||Michigan State University
||Saturday, April 11, 1992
||Finance & Economics
Earned his second straight team MVP award while posting a team high 27 singles victories in the No. 1 position ... Notched an additional 18 victories in doubles play with five different teammates ... Posted a 7-5 record in conference singles action and an impressive 11-1 mark in tournaments ... Earned eight victories against opponents from ranked teams in singles play.
Earned team MVP award in his first year as a Spartan, notching a team high 30 victories in singles play ... Won 17 consecutive singles matches from Jan. 15 to April 6 ... defeated an impressive nine opponents from ranked teams, including six ranked conference opponents ... earned 22 victories in doubles play in the No. 1, 2 and 3 positions.
Prior to MSU:
Four time letterwinner at Grand Blanc High School ... Named 2009 Mr. Tennis by the Michigan High School Tennis Coaches Association ... Two-time Player of the Year by The Flint Journal (2008 and 2009 ... Two time state runner-up, and first team all-state in 2006 and 2007 ... State champion in 2008 and 2009, where he was also elected captain and named first team all-state ... Finished No. 1 in Midwest in 2008 ... Ranked 35th nationally by TennisRecruiting.net.
Born in Milwaukee, Wis. on April 11, 1992 ... Son of John and Wendy Pfister ... Plans on majoring in finance and economics ... Father played tennis at the University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan.