2007-2008: Closed out his UIC career ranking seventh all time in career doubles wins (37)...decisive victories over Butler at the sixth singles slot and the third doubles position to help the Flames defeat Butler during the regular season as well as to advance to the league Championship final...while pairing up with Danny Wilson at No. 3 singles, duo picked up wins over Graceland, Bradley and Buffalo in indoor play...played close matches against Wayne State and SMU, falling the No. 46 Mustang team of Darren Walsh and Taylor St. Eve 8-5.
2006-2007: Saw limited action in singles during his junior year...was victorious in his lone regular season match against Youngstown State's Jason Trapp...played in the No. 6 slot in the Horizon League championship finals against Scott Newmark...primarily played in the No. 3 doubles slot with partner Sam Sweeney...the pair had a 3-2 doubles record against Horizon League opponents, with wins over Butler, Wright State and Green Bay.
2005-2006: Sat out season as a medical redshirt.
2004-05: Strong sophomore season...went 11-10 in singles overall and 12-14 in overall doubles...posted a 9-6 mark in dual match singles...went 2-2 against Horizon League foes in singles matches...turned in an 11-9 dual match doubles showing...went 3-3 against Horizon League doubles opponents...won his final five singles decisions and six of his last seven...went 2-1 at No. 5 singles...went 7-5 at No. 6 singles...opened the year with two straight singles wins at the Bradley Invitational...downed Mark Muskievicz of Bradley in a 2-6, 6-2, 7-6(8) comeback victory...won his sole decision in the Horizon League Tournament, winning a 6-0, 6-1 contest over Derek Gonwa of UW-Green Bay in the quarterfinals.
2003-04: Turned in a strong freshman campaign with 11-9 marks in both singles and doubles...stellar in Horizon League action, going 5-2 in singles play and 6-2 in doubles competition...won four of his first six career matches, including three in a row...rattled off a six-match singles winning streak at the end of the year to win seven of his last nine contests...moved up to the No. 4 spot in two Horizon League Tournament matches after playing most of the year at No. 6 singles...went 10-8 in dual match doubles...teamed with Paul Glendenning to go 8-5 in doubles as a duo...helped the Flames down Wright State in the league tournament's first round with a 7-6, 6-2(2) win over Brian Savino.
Prep/Personal: Four-year letterwinner at 1st singles for Young...helped the Dolphins to conference championships during his freshman and senior campaigns...ranked in the Top 5 of Chicago Public League singles players for three consecutive years (2001-2003)...state qualifier three straight years...born June 25, 1985...son of James and Welta Kreymborg...majoring in finance.
Singles Career Record
Doubles Career Record