|High School:||Marupe Secondary School|
Was a first team all-Big Sky Conference selection in doubles play, and a second team all-league choice in singles…in singles, he has now been named all-conference each of his three seasons, including second team as a freshman and first team as a sophomore…played in all 21 spring matches for the Hornets…finished the year with a 6-5 record against conference competition…won five of his final nine singles matches of the season…named Big Sky Player of the Week on April 11…Losbergs and teammate Kasparas Zemaitelis were 13-6 in doubles play, including an 8-3 mark against league opposition…one of just three doubles teams from the conference to be named first team…the tandem won six of their final seven matches of the season, and the duo fared well in close matches, going 5-1 in matchups decided by 7-5 or 7-6 scores…during his three-year career thus far, Losbergs is 37-32 in dual singles play, and 38-26 in doubles play…68 of his 69 singles matches have come at No. 1 in the team’s linup, and all of his doubles matches have come at No. 1…a Big Sky All-Academic selection for the third straight year…recipient of the ITA Scholar-Athlete award for the second straight year.
A first team all-Big Sky Conference selection after playing all 25 dual singles matches during the spring…24 of those matches came at No. 1 in the team’s lineup…now a two-time all-Big Sky selection as he was named to the second team a year ago…finished with a 16-8 singles record, including an 8-3 mark in the Big Sky…went 16-7 at No. 1 in the team’s lineup and 0-1 at No. 2…that included winning each of his final five, and seven of the last eight matches of the season…of his 16 wins, 13 came in straight sets, including a 6-2, 6-0 win over Yale’s Tayler Lu, who was ranked 65th in the nation at the time…in the Big Sky Tournament, Losbergs posted a 6-2, 6-2 win in the quarterfinals against Montana State, and was in the third set of his semifinal match against Idaho before that match was halted…named the Big Sky Player of the Week on Feb. 1…was also named second team all-Big Sky in doubles play with teammate Kasparas Zemaitelis…the duo posted a 10-5 dual doubles record, including a 5-1 mark in conference 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…was a nominee for the Sacramento State Male Student-Athlete of the Year…a Big Sky all-academic selection…recipient of the ITA Scholar-Athlete award.
A second team all-Big Sky Conference selection as a true freshman…also named Big Sky Player of the Week on Jan. 20…was a finalist for Sacramento State’s Male Newcomer of the Year…one of just four players from around the Big Sky named second team all-league…played all of his matches in the No. 1 singles position for the Hornets, and also played every match at No. 1 doubles…did not miss a match all spring in either singles or doubles (two of his singles and doubles matches went unfinished)…in dual singles play, he posted a 14-10 record, including a 10-3 mark against Big Sky opposition…won each of his final four singles matches of the year, including straight sets wins at No. 1 over opponents from Montana (6-3, 6-2) and Weber State (6-2, 6-2) in the Big Sky Tournament…of his 14 singles victories, 11 came in straight sets, and one of those wins came against Idaho’s Odon Barta who was a first team all-league selection…Losbergs defeated Barta, 6-3, 6-2, in a match that was finished quickly…in doubles play, Losbergs spent a portion of the season nationally ranked with teammate Kasparas Zemaitelis…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…Losbergs also played one match with teammate Niranjan Ram and one with Joaquin Marquez, and finished the season 11-13 overall in doubles…a Big Sky All-Academic selection.
Prior to Sacramento State
A 2015 graduate of Marupe Secondary School…played tennis for 11 years at the Marupe Tennis School in Jaunmarupe…had an International Tennis Federation ranking of 286 after posting a combined singles and doubles record of 65-47…that included a 40-21 doubles record…was a nominee to play on Latvia’s Davis Cup team.
A communication studies major.