|High School:||Kauno Santaros Gymnasium|
A second team all-Big Sky Conference selection after playing all 25 dual singles matches during the spring…played at No. 3 in the team’s lineup the entire season, finishing the year with a 14-11 record, including 9-2 in Big Sky matches…also finished the year strong, winning seven of his last 10 singles contests…of his 14 wins, seven came in straight sets, and he posted a 7-1 record in matches that lasted three sets…among his late-season victories came a three-set win in the quarterfinal round of the Big Sky Tournament against Montana State’s Alexander Flink (2-6, 6-1, 6-3)…named Big Sky Player of the Week on April 4…was also named second team all-Big Sky in doubles play with teammate Mikus Losbergs…the duo posted a 10-5 dual doubles record, including a 5-1 mark in Big Sky play…all of those matches came at No. 1 in the team’s lineup…the pair won eight of their final 10 doubles matches of the regular season, which included a seven-match winning streak…in three seasons, Zemaitelis now has a 35-27 career dual record in doubles play, including 19-17 at No. 1 and 15-8 at No. 3.
Posted an 8-14 singles record in dual matches…that included a 6-5 mark in Big Sky Conference play…went 7-9 at No. 2 and 1-5 at No. 3…played at No. 2 in the team’s lineup the final 12 matches of the season…in doubles play, he spent a portion of the season nationally ranked with teammate Mikus Losbergs…the pair was ranked as high as 30th in the nation, and became the first Sacramento State doubles squad to receive a national ranking since 2010…the duo finished the season 10-12 overall and 5-5 in Big Sky play, spending every match at the No. 1 spot in the lineup…named the Big Sky Player of the Week on March 29 after winning both his singles and doubles matches vs. conference foes Eastern Washington and Portland State.
Posted a 5-16 singles record in dual matches as a true freshman…that included a 2-5 mark at No. 2, 1-6 at No. 3, 1-2 at No. 4, and 1-3 at No. 5…played at No. 2 in each of his last five matches of the season, and seven of the last nine overall…all five of his singles wins came in straight sets…was 0-5 in three-set matches…had a team-best 11-9 record in dual match doubles play, including 6-3 in conference play…the majority of his doubles matches came at No. 3, where he went 11-7…won six of his final nine doubles matches of the season.
A business administration major.