Height: 6'4"
Weight: 210
Year: Senior
City/State: Poecking, Germany
Club: Tutzing


Honors & Awards

  • All-Big 12 Doubles Team (2011)
  • Second-Team Academic All-Big 12 (2011)
  • Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2012, 2013; Spring 2013)
  • Big 12 Commissioner's Fall Honor Roll (2010)
  • Big 12 Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll (2011)

Senior (2012-13)
Andre Stenger saw a lot of action his senior year for the Huskers. Stenger earned a 9-25 singles record, including a 4-18 spring mark. Stenger played mostly from the No. 1 position with a few matches at the No. 2 and 3 spots. Stenger only won one match in conference singles going 1-10 against Big Ten foes. Stenger faced four ranked opponents, falling to three of them but managing to defeat No. 67 Alexis Huegas of VCU. 

Stenger teamed up with five different partners this spring for a 14-19 doubles record, including an 8-13 spring tally. Stenger and fellow senior Brandon Videtich paired for an 0-2 record from the No. 1 doubles and one Big Ten loss. Stenger and Sebastian Florczyk played one match from No. 1 doubles that resulted in a loss.

Stenger and freshman breakout Marc Herrmann carried a 5-6 overall all from the No. 1 including a 1-1 conference record. Stenger and senior fellow Eric Sock hit a 2-4 overall from the No. 1 position, all of which were Big Ten matches. Stenger and Bradford Zitsch paired for one non- conference match at the No. 1 position in which they emerged victorious.

Stenger captured a spot on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in the Fall of 2012 and spring of 2013.

Junior (2011-12)
Stenger was a regular in the Husker lineup as a junior, compiling a 12-22 singles record playing primarily out of the No. 3 and No. 4 spots. He posted a stellar 21-10 doubles record, playing a majority of his matches at the No. 2 spot with Robert Schulze. The duo opened the spring season with six straight doubles victories. In the fall campaign he recorded a 4-5 singles record and a 6-2 doubles record.       

Sophomore (2010-11)
Stenger earned All-Big 12 honors in doubles play, while also finishing his sophomore season with an 11-12 singles record. Stenger played the majority of his matches out of the bottom half of the Husker lineup, posting a 6-6 record at No. 4, and a 4-4 mark at No. 5. In doubles play, Stenger managed an 11-13 record while playing out of all three doubles positions in the lineup. In Big 12 action, Stenger teamed with Christopher Aumueller to go 4-2 at the No. 1 spot on their way to All-Big 12 honors. The teammates were a unanimous selection by the league coaches and finished the season ranked No. 73 nationally.

In the classroom, Stenger earned second-team academic All-Big 12 recognition, while claiming spots on the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in both semesters.

Freshman (2009-10)
Stenger produced a 12-12 singles record playing the majority of his matches at the No. 6 spot in Nebraska's lineup. He went 6-7 at the No. 6 spot, but he also saw time at the No. 4 and No. 5 positions. Stenger went 4-3 in singles action in Big 12 play. In doubles competition, Stenger posted an 7-17 record.

High School
Stenger attended Tutzing High School in Poecking, Germany, and also competed for TC Ganting tennis club where he became one of the top amateur players in Germany.

Andre was born on Dec. 5, 1989, in Munich, Germany, and is the son of Haus-Juergen and Silvia Stenger. He has one brother, Julian. Andre majored in business administration at Nebraska and earned spots on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in the fall and spring semesters of 2012-13. He claimed second-team academic All-Big 12 honors in 2011, and was a two-time member of the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Stenger's Career Results


Year Spring Conference Fall Total


4-3  -- 12-12


1-5 6-5 17-17


4-9 4-5 12-22


1-10 5-7 9-25


10-27 15-17 50-76


Year Spring Conference Fall Total


0-7  --  7-17


4-4 4-5  15-18


6-7 6-2 21-10


3-6 6-6 14-19


13-24 16-13 57-64



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