Five Cavaliers earn All-ACC Academic Team honors
Cavaliers win their third-straight title and fourth in five years
Kwiatkowski earns his fourth all-conference honor of his career
Cavaliers have four singles players and two doubles teams earn the accolade
Five Cavaliers named to the All-ACC Academic Team
Men's Tennis vs. George Washington (by Matt Riley)
2016-17 SEASON - ITA National Team Indoor Champions, NCAA Team Champions
- All-ACC Third Team
- ACC All-Academic Team
- Went 19-0 in singles in the regular season. Won 25-consecutive singles matches, a streak that began with four-straight wins in Tulsa at the 2016 NCAA Championship, and ended with a loss in the finals of the ACC Championship.
- Has won 25-consecutive conference singles matches dating back to his freshman season, posting a career mark of 32-1
- Clinched the Cavaliers victory in the NCAA semifinals against Ohio State, enduring a four-hour, two-minute rain delay before closing out a 7-5, 7-5 victory over Kyle Seelig
- Preseason ITA singles ranking of No. 74
- ITA Indoors All-Tournament Team (No. 6 Singles)
- Advanced through qualifying into the singles main draw at the $25,000 Los Angeles Futures tournament, winning his first-round match (1/7)
2015-16 SEASON - NCAA Team Champions
- All-ACC Third Team
- NCAA All-Tournament Team (No. 6 Singles)
- All-ACC Academic Team
- VaSID Men's Tennis All-State Second Team Singles
- Clinched the Cavaliers victory over Oklahoma in the NCAA Championship Final by coming back from down 5-2 in the second set against Oklahoma’s Andrew Biro, including picking up a break when Biro was serving with a 6-5 lead. Wiersholm won the tiebreaker 7-2 to take the match 6-2, 7-6 and gave the Cavaliers the 4-1 victory over the Sooners
- 31-5 in singles, going 6-0 at No. 4, 9-1 at No. 5 and 10-1 at No. 6
- 6-0 in doubles including a 3-0 record in dual matches
- Had a string of 16-consecutive wins in singles matches snapped with a loss to Christian Seraphim in the finals of the ACC Tournament (Apr. 24)
- Finished 11-0 in singles in ACC matches, the third-straight season a Cavalier went 11-0 in ACC matches, joining JC Aragone (2015) and Thai-Son Kwiatkowski and Alex Domijan (2014)
- Began the spring season ranked No. 90 in singles; finished the year ranked No. 116
- Won his first-career ITF Futures Tournament, the Pensacola Futures (Nov. 22) after advancing out of the 128-player qualifying tournament to earn a spot in the main draw. During his championship run, he had a stretch where he won 28-straight games
- Advanced out of the 64-player qualifying tournament to earn a spot in the main draw of the Texas Tamale Company Houston Cup Futures Tournament, but lost his opening match of the main draw (Oct. 13)
- Won the Orange Draw Doubles championship at the UVA Ranked 1+1 fall tournament (Sept. 19)
- Advanced through qualifying to reach the second round of main draw of the $25,000 Sherbrooke Futures Tournament (March 10)
2014-15 SEASON - NCAA Team Champions
- Had a 17-7 singles record and a 6-4 doubles record
- Was 7-1 in ACC dual match singles play
- Reached Quarterfinals at the UVa Ranked+1 Invitational and Dick Vitale Clay Courts
- Doubles Finalist (with Thai-Son Kwiatkowski) at the UVa Ranked+1 Invitational
- ACC Academic Honor Roll
- No. 3 player in the class of 2014 by tennisrecruiting.net
- Ranked as high as No. 40 in ITF World Junior rankings
- 2012 U-16 champion of Kalamazoo U.S. National Championships
- Played the US Open Juniors three times
- 2014 Junior US Open Round of 16
- Played 2014 Junior French Open and Junior Wimbledon
- Son of Karl & Maybelle Wiersholm
- Has a younger sister, Katja
- Major: Commerce
Thompson Starts Laying GroundworkWomen's Basketball6/20/18Summer practice started Wednesday morning for the Virginia women's basketball team, which has a new head coach, Tina Thompson.Huff Looking to Make Up for Lost TimeMen's Basketball6/19/18A 7-1 forward from Durham, N.C., Jay Huff hopes to carve out a role in Virginia's frontcourt as a redshirt sophomore in 2018-19.Nus Traveling Road to RecoveryMen's Soccer6/18/18Rising senior Sergi Nus, an All-ACC defender who's recovering from a torn ACL, expects to be ready for Virginia's opener in August.
Director of News Content
A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
Aswin Lizen Falls in NCAA Singles First Round
M. Tennis | 5/23/2018
Junior Aswin Lizen was eliminated with a 7-6, 6-3 loss to No. 10 Mazen Osama in the first round...
Lizen Begins NCAA Singles Championship Wednesday
M. Tennis | 5/22/2018
Junior Aswin Lizen will face Alabama's Mazen Osama on Wednesday, May 23 at 11:30 a.m. in the...
Ross Named ITA Atlantic Region Rookie of Year
M. Tennis | 5/21/2018
Freshman Gianni Ross was named the 2018 Atlantic Region Rookie of the Year, the 11th player in...
Virginia Falls to Columbia, 4-2
M. Tennis | 5/12/2018
The Cavaliers' season came to an end with a 4-2 loss to Columbia in the second round of the NCAA ...
Virginia Downs VCU 4-0 in NCAA Opener
M. Tennis | 5/11/2018
The Cavaliers advance to the second round where they will face No. 16 Columbia on Saturday, May...
Virginia Begins NCAA Championship Friday in NY
M. Tennis | 5/9/2018
The Virginia men's tennis team begins its title defense on Friday, May 11 at 10 a.m., taking on...
Two Cavaliers Named to All-ACC Teams
M. Tennis | 05/03/2018
Carl Söderlund was named First Team All-ACC while Aswin Lizen was named to the second team.
Two Cavaliers Selected for NCAA Singles Championship
M. Tennis | 05/02/2018
Sophomore Carl Söderlund and junior Aswin Lizen have earned spots in the 64-player field of ...
- Online Stores