Colonials Earn Accolade for Academic, Athletic Success
Colonials Earn All-Academic Team Status; Three Tabbed Scholar-Athletes
Colonials Close 2014 With 20-Spot Improvement From 2013
Annual Commencement on National Mall Highlights Weeklong Activities
Colonials Fall to South Carolina, 4-1, in NCAA First Round
2012-13: Went 10-8 overall and 8-5 at No. 6 singles...Produced a perfect 4-0 record against Atlantic 10 competition...Helped GW reach A-10 Championship title match for fourth straight year...Went 1-5 in doubles action...Wrapped season on three-match winning streak...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List and Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Rolls...Named an ITA Scholar Athlete.
2011-12: Owned an overall singles mark of 13-13 and a doubles record of 11-16...Competed primarily at the No. 5 singles and No. 3 doubles positions...Posted a 2-0 record against conference opponents...Despite being sick, earned a No. 5 singles victory over Xavier's Michael Moe to help lift GW to its second straight Atlantic 10 Championship...Named to GW's Athletics Department Academic Dean's List.
2010-11: In four fall tournaments, post a 9-4 singles record and a 4-4 doubles record...At No. 6 singles, posted a 15-3 record...Won nine-straight singles matches...Named A-10 Rookie of the Week three times (March 1, 7, 14)...Went 15-8 doubles record, playing with Richard Blumenfeld and Ulrik Thomsen...Named to the 2011 Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team...Went 5-0 in singles and doubles action during the A-10 Championships...Fell in first round of the NCAA Championships to Duke in doubles, singles match went unfinished.
High School: Played for Patrice Journe at International School of Lausanne.
Personal: Born Viktor Alexander Svensson on February 12, 1992...Son of Sandra and Peter Svensson...Has an older brother, Filip, who played tennis for VCU, and a younger sister, Hanna...Hobbies include watching soccer and playing other racket sports...Majoring in marketing.