Robert Schulze transferred to Georgia State after two competitive seasons with the Huskers.
Robert Schulze finished his sophomore season with a 9-19 singles record. He played in the middle portion of the Husker lineup, producing a 4-1 record in the No. 3 spot. He excelled on the doubles court and finished with a 20-12 record.
In doubles action, Schulze played primarily with Andre Stenger. The pair produced an 11-6 record in the spring, including six straight victories to open the spring season while playing primarily at the No. 2 spot. One of those six wins came against Oklahoma's No. 38 doubles team of Tsveton Mihov and Peerakit Siributwong, 8-4.
Schulze produce a solid freshman campaign at Nebraska by going 5-5 in singles play and 13-8 in doubles action. In singles, Schulze spent the majority of his time in the bottom half of the Husker lineup. He went 2-2 at the No. 5 spot and 2-3 at the No. 6 position. He also played one match at the No. 3 spot, where he defeated Creighton's Kyle Obermeier, 6-3, 6-2.
In doubles play, Schulze saw action at all three spots in the lineup. His most frequent partner was Calin Paar, and the tandem finished 8-6 on the year. Schulze posted a 3-3 doubles record in Big 12 play. He paired with Taylor Boney at No. 3 to win big matches against Oklahoma (9-7 ) and Texas Tech (8-4).
Schulze was a runner-up at the German Championship in 2006.
Robert was born on May 7, 1990, in Frankfurt, Germany. He is the son of Klaus and Marleu Schulze. Robert is majoring in business administration and management at Nebraska.
Schulze's Career Results