2015 (Junior): Atlantic Sun Second Team All-Conference ... was 7-9 in singles play, seeing most of his time at the No. 2 position ... also spent time in the No. 1 and No. 3 slots ... went 9-9 in doubles play, with most of his action at the No. 1 doubles position ... played with three different partners on the year, going 5-5 with Loic Blanco and 3-3 with Kevin Gonzalez.
2014 (Sophomore): Went 7-12 in singles play, primarily seeing action in the No. 2 position ... Was 9-10 in doubles play and along with partner Chester Espie, earned a No. 78 ranking by the ITA ... Antropikas and Espie primarily played at the No. 1 doubles position but also saw time on the No. 2 court.
2013 (Freshman): Antropikas played much of his first season in DeLand as the number two singles player, and a member of the number one doubles team. He finished with a 9-9 singles record, but was 6-4 at his number two position. In conference action, he was 5-3 in singles action. Joining teammate Hans Adrian Riseng, the duo finished the year 7-5 in doubles play, competing as the number one team all but one match. Was a unanimous selection to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman Team. Also earned A-Sun Academic honors.
High School: Attended Palangos Senoji Gymnasium ... Highest ITF ranking was 242 in 2011 and highest National ranking was #3 ... Won the 2009 and 2010 Lithuania Outdoor (U18) Championships and finished 3rd in 2011 in the Lithuania Outdoor Men's Championship ... Was a double finalist at the 2011 Belkanton Cup (ITF), and was a double and singles finalist at the 2011 Estonian Junior Open (ITF) ... Best singles win were against Lukas Mugevicius (ITF #83) and Santtu Leskinen (ITF #397).
Personal: Was born August 10, 1993 in Lithuania ... Parents are Raimondas Antropikas and Zivile Antropikiene ... His mother played tennis and his father played handball ... Chose Stetson because it's academics are at a high level and because of the tennis team ... Majoring in discovery.