Pair leads team in the classroom
Tverijonas, Fletcher and Reynolds named to First Team
Show Celebrates a Year of Excellence in GW Athletics
Colonials shutout Saint Joseph's on Friday
Senior goes undefeated to close regular season
2016-17: Atlantic 10 All-Conference First Team...Atlantic 10 All-Academic Team...Broke into the ITA national singles rankings on Feb. 22 at No. 118...Defeated the nation's No. 99 singles player Nicola Pipoli of Monmouth on Feb. 12...Downed the nation's No. 82-ranked singles player Tuki Jacobs on March 15 to help the Colonials stage an upset over then-No. 38 South Alabama...Led GW with an overall 27-9 singles record, with a 15-5 mark in the spring playing exclusively at the top spot...Went 4-1 against A-10 foes in solo action...Posted a team-best 22-8 doubles record with a 15-5 spring mark...Went 3-1 against A-10 opponents on the doubles court...Earned all but one doubles decision at the No. 1 position...Won both singles matched in the Atlantic 10 Championship, downing top-flight foes from Saint Joseph's and VCU in the quarterfinals and semifinals, respectively...Won his lone doubles decision at the A-10 Championships, defeating his SJU foes in the quarterfinals...Named A-10 Player of the Week on Jan. 24, March 21 and April 25... Won A Flight singles title at fall Joe Hunt Invitational... Won A Flight doubles title at fall Joe Hunt Invitational... Fall 2016 GW Athletics Academic Dean's List member...Fall 2016 A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll member... 2017 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar.
2015-16: Atlantic 10 First Team All-Conference and All-Academic selection...Finished season with ITA Atlantic Region singles ranking of No. 18 and doubles regional ranking of No. 7 with partner Danil Zelenkov...Posted an overall 18-12 singles record this season with a 10-9 record at the top spot in dual match play...Posted an overall 22-6 doubles record, leading the team in wins...Tallied a 13-4 dual match doubles mark, playing all but one match at the No. 1 spot...Helped GW to third consecutive A-10 title... Named A-10 Player of the Week on March 29...Won A Flight doubles in fall Joe Hunt Invitational ... Defeated No. 46 ranked doubles pair in fall play with partner Danil Zelenkov...Reached ITA Atlantic Regional Championships semifinal for doubles ...ITA Scholar-Athlete..Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll member... Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List..
2014-15: Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team and All-Academic selection...Sidelined for portion of spring season due to illness...Entered spring season with a No. 19 ITA Atlantic Region singles ranking...Posted an overall 9-7 singles record with a 5-4 in dual match play, mostly in the No. 5 slot...Tallied an overall 13-10 doubles mark with an 8-7 dual match record playing mostly at the No. 2 position...Helped the Colonials win their fourth A-10 title in five years...Named A-10 Performer of the Week for the week ending April 7...Named ECAC Player of the Week for the week ending April 5...Was ITA's No. 34 ranked doubles pair with partner Francisco Dias in fall 2014...Finished the spring season on a five-match singles win streak and triumphed in seven of his last eight doubles bouts...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List...Member of Fall 2014 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2013-14: Had breakout rookie season with Colonials after joining squad in January 2014...Named to Atlantic 10 All-Conference First Team...Posted overall singles record of 13-7, including 8-5 mark at No. 4 spot and 3-1 record in third flight...Went perfect 3-0 against A-10 opponents during regular season...Closed season with 6-2 record through final 10 matches (two unfinished)...Wrapped freshman year as part of No. 78 doubles team with junior Francisco Dias on final ITA National Doubles Rankings...Duo went 12-8 through dual-match play...Helped Colonials claim third A-10 Championship crown in four seasons...Named A-10 Rookie Performer of the Week a league-high tying three times (Feb. 11, March 13 and March 27)...Named to Spring 2014 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
High School: Comes to GW after spending a few months on the professional circuit...Owns an ATP ranking of No. 1,226 in the world...Highest ATP ranking of 1,206 came in September 2013...As a junior player reached as high as No. 88 by the ITF...Two-time member of Lithuania's Davis Cup team.
Personal: Born Julius Tverijonas on June 14, 1994 in Siauliai, Lithuania...Son of Violeta Tverijoniene and Arvydas Tverijonas...Has an older brother, Aleksas, and a younger sister, Emilija...Intended major at GW is undecided.
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Men's Tennis Set to Defend A-10 Title
WASHINGTON - The George Washington men's tennis team has earned the No. 2 seed in the 2017 Atlantic 10 Championship, from April 27-30, at the USTA National...
Men's Tennis Trumps Fordham on Saturday
STERLING, Va. - The George Washington men's tennis team defeated Fordham on Saturday to close the regular season at Trump National Golf Club on Senior Day.
Men's Tennis Downs Georgetown on Thursday
WASHINGTON - The George Washington men's tennis team downed cross-town rival Georgetown on Thursday afternoon, 4-2.
Men's Tennis Wraps Regular Season with Pair of Matches
WASHINGTON - The George Washington men's tennis team wraps the 2017 regular season with a pair of matches, with a battle at local foe Georgetown on Thursday ...
Men's Tennis Edged by Richmond
WASHINGTON - The George Washington men's tennis team was edged by Atlantic 10 foe Richmond on Saturday, 4-3, at the GW Tennis Center on the Mount Vernon Campus.
Men's Tennis Triumphs Over George Mason
WASHINGTON - The George Washington men's tennis team defeated Revolutionary Rival George Mason on Friday afternoon, 5-2, at the GW Tennis Center on the Mount...
Men's Tennis to Host Pair of A-10 Matches
WASHINGTON - The George Washington men's tennis team hosts Revolutionary Rival George Mason on Friday in the season's outdoor home opener at the GW Tennis...
Men's Tennis Triumphs at UNCW
WILMINGTON, N.C. - Senior Julius Tverijonas clinched a tight, 4-3, victory for the George Washington men's tennis team on Sunday afternoon at UNC-Wilmington.