2015-16 -- Finished 22-9 overall in singles play and 16-8 at duals from the Nos. 3-4 positions with 14 from the No. 4 position ranking as the most in school history… finished 24-5 overall in doubles, the most in UMKC history, and 19-4 in duals at No. 1 with Airam Castellano, the most in school history from that position… named All-WAC Tournament team doubles with partner Castellano… named First Team All-WAC doubles with teammate Castellano… 47 career singles wins is tied for fourth all-time in UMKC history… 51 career doubles wins stands as the most in school history… .614 (51-32) career doubles winning percentage is tied for 12th in UMKC history… finished 2-3 in WAC singles play with wins over Chicago State and Seattle in the regular season and Seattle in the WAC Tournament… added singles wins over Creighton twice, No. 72 Santa Clara and Saint Louis… finished 4-1 in WAC doubles play with Castellano picking up wins over Chicago State, New Mexico State, UTRGV and Grand Canyon and in the WAC Tournament over New Mexico State… picked up a doubles win at No. 1 over #72 Santa Clara and Creighton... Team captain.

2014-15 -- Played to a breakout singles season, going 19-12, tying for the team lead in wins as well as the UMKC single-season record for wins... He played the No. 3-6 positions in the lineup, and earned WAC Tennis Player of the Week one time during the season on February 3... In doubles, he was a first-team All-WAC selection with partner Airam Castellano at No. 1, posting a 16-15 overall mark and 3-1 in WAC play... Had long winning streaks of three on three occasions in singles, while taking four in a row at one point in doubles.

2013-14 -- Had a rough start to the season, going 2-14, including 14 striaght losses, but came back from the spring break to tally a 4-2 mark to end the season... He played mostly in the No. 1 position before the break, before dropping to the No. 3 spot where he won three matches... In doubles play he teamed with Tomas Patino at the No. 1 position to post an 11-9 overall dual record... The duo finished the season on a four match win streak, a season-long stretch.

High School/Youth -- Played for the Greek National team from age 14 to age 18... Was the national school champion in 2010, while winning the Hellenic title three times, at the ages of 14, 16 and 18... Also won the Panhellenic title four straight years from 2008-11... He participated in the European Championships three times, and in the Junior Davis Cup... He was fifth place in doubles at the Olympic Tournament in Tampere, Finland, while taking bronze medals in both the singles and doubles at the International Children's Games... He also took third at the Balcanic Games in 2008... His highest European ranking was 12 in 2010, while being ranked 34th in 2009... He had a high ITF ranking of 469.

Personal -- Born May 12, 1994... Son of Ioannis and Stamatia Psarros... Majoring in electrical engineering.


Singles Results

YEAR Overall League No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6
2014 6-19 0-11 3-1 3-4  - - -
2015 19-12 2-2 - - 1-1 2-1 4-4 9-2
2016 22-9 2-3 - - 2-0 14-8 - -
TOTALS 47-40 4-5 0-11 3-1 6-5 16-9 4-4 9-2

Doubles Results

YEAR Overall League No. 1 No. 2 No. 3
2014 11-12 11-9
2015 16-15 3-1 13-11 - -
2016 24-5 4-1 19-4 - -
TOTALS 51-32 7-2 43-24 - -

2013-14 Individual match-by-match
2014-15 Individual match-by-match
2015-16 Individual match-by-match

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HIGHLIGHTS: Men's Tennis vs. New Mexico State
Men's Tennis vs. Abilene Christian/Omaha