Andrew Korinek
Height: 5'11"
Class: Senior
Experience: 2 Letters
City/State: Mansfield, Texas
High School: Mansfield HS
Other College: Texas
Major: Marketing
Born: 09/14/1993
Andrew Korinek Bio
Courtesy: (@LSUsports)
Release: 05/22/2014

JUNIOR SEASON (2014-2015)
Korinek picked up eight singles win along with a 7-6 doubles record in his junior campaign ... Went 4-2 on court six where he saw the most of his court time … Earned second varsity letter … ITA Scholar Athlete … SEC Academic Honor Roll

Competed in all tournaments and 27 of 28 dual matches for the Tigers in his first season … Finished the dual season with a 14-6 record in doubles, winning eight of his final 10 matches … Played on all three courts in doubles with four different partners … Went 22-16 overall in singles … Finished with a 13-9 singles record in the dual season … Played most singles matches of the dual season on Courts 2, 3 and 4 … Went 6-4 on court 2, 3-3 on court 3 and 3-2 on court 4 … Earned his first varsity letter at LSU.

FRESHMAN SEASON (at Texas 2012-13)
He notched a 16-5 overall singles record for the 2012-13 season, going 7-2 in dual-match play ... He went 1-0 on Courts 1 and 4, 2-0 on Court 5, and 3-2 on Court 6 ... He amassed a 4-7 overall doubles record, notching a 1-4 dual-match record ... He earned his first varsity letter ... Transferred to LSU in the summer of 2013.

Ranked as high as No. 7 nationally among high school seniors ... Won the boys' 16 doubles draw at the 2010 USTA Boys' National Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich. ... Reached the singles semifinals at the 2010 USTA Winter National Championships ... Won the boys' 18 division singles title at the age of 16 at the Texas Sectional Championships ... Won the 2011 USTA Texas Sectional event in Waco, Texas ... 2011 Texas UIL 5A state singles champion.

Born Andrew Timoth Korinek on Sept. 14, 1993 in Dallas, Texas ... Son of John and Laurie Korinek ... Has four siblings, Elizabeth, Josh, Matthew and Mary Kate ... Sister Elizabeth played one year of tennis at Abilene Christian University.