|PREVIOUS SCHOOL||Broward Virtual School/Jacksonville|
As A Junior (2012-13)
Overall singles record of 9-11 which included a 4-4 mark in the A-Sun … among all 4th-position players in the A-Sun, posted the 9th-best winning percentage (4-3, .571) … also finished 10th among 5th-position players in winning percentage (3-4, .429) ... Jan. 21 FGCU vs. FAMU tied at 3-3, in third set of No. 4 singles Lvovsky trailed 0-4 but came back to win 3-6, 6-1, 7-5 allowing FGCU to clinch the match … overall doubles record of 10-10, and 6-2 in the A-Sun … among all 2nd-position players in A-Sun doubles, posted the 6th-best winning percentage (3-3, .500) … he also posted the 6th-best winning percentage among 3rd-position players in the A-Sun (4-4, .500) ... named to the Lutgert College of Business Dean's List both semesters.
As A Sophomore (2011-12)
Competed in 25 matches with a 10-15 record … went 8-8 in dual match play, including a 3-6 A-Sun mark … had a 7-8 record at No. 5 singles and was 1-0 at No. 4 singles … won four-straight matches from Jan. 28-Feb 11., defeating Chidi Gabriel (FAMU), Daniel Rush (Georgia Southern), Santiago Lobelo (Bethune-Cookman) and Robert Dubuque (FAU) … defeated three A-Sun opponents in Vincent DeLise (Mercer), Eimon Heywood (Jacksonville) and Miguel Cortez (Lipscomb) … in doubles, earned nine wins, including a 4-5 A-Sun conference mark … went 7-10 in dual matches, paired with Matthew Rock and had seven doubles matches go the distance in a tiebreaker … also had a perfect 3-0 record at No. 2 doubles, partnering with Matthew Rock ... named to the Lutgert College of Business Dean's List both semesters.
As A Freshman (2010-11)
Competed at Jacksonville University, earned four victories at No. 3 singles against Atlantic Sun competition including Mercer, Belmont, Lipscomb and Stetson … named to the Dean’s list in both the fall and spring semesters.
2010 graduate of Broward Virtual School … graduated with a 4.08 GPA … earned academic honors.
Born May 9, 1992 … accounting major … son of Alex and Inna Lvovsky … chose FGCU because of the campus, its proximity to home and the good things the current players had to say about the school and the tennis program.