NIU will face Toledo Sunday for its second-to-last MAC contest
Overall singles (2012-13): 13-18
Overall doubles (2012-13): 13-15
2013 SPRING: Finished the spring with a 7-15 singles record ... Was 10-10 in doubles play ... Posted a 6-4 record with doubles partner Frederic Cadieux at No. 3 ... Closed the MAC regular season with a 2-2 singles and doubles record against conference foes ... Had a 3-2 record at the No. 6 position during the season ... Also posted two wins apiece at the No. 4 and No. 5 positions, respectively ... Played to a 1-1 mark in doubles play at the Mid-American Conference Championship with Axel Lagerlof, winning their match at No. 2 in the final versus Western Michigan (VanderPloeg/Cahn), 8-6 (April 27).
2012 FALL: Opened Huskie career with a solid 6-3 mark in singles play ... Carried a 3-5 mark in doubles play ... Lost in flight championship match at the River Forest Collegiate to Belmont's Fernando Mussolini, 6-3, 6-4 (Sept. 16) ... Bounced back a week later with the flight championship at the Drake Invitational (Sept. 21-22) ... Posted a 1-1 mark at the Tom Fallon Invitational, defeating Ken Sabacinski (Notre Dame), 4-6, 6-1, 10-4 (Oct. 7).
2011-12 (SOUTHERN MISS): Finished the season 13-13, including a 5-3 record in the fall ... Was 2-2 in Conference USA matches ... Earned two wins at Nos. 4 and 6 ... Held a 4-8 register at No. 5 in the spring season ... Won two matches in doubles play and was 2-7 overall (1-4 in duals).
2010-11 SEASON (SOUTHERN MISS): Was 3-16 overall in singles play including a 2-7 mark at the No. 3 spot ... Earned first career conference victory over ECU's Stian Tvedt (4/2) ... Was 5-13 in doubles competition with a five-match winning streak at the No. 2 spot with teammate Paulo Alvarado that spanned the month of March.
CSC GRAMMAR SCHOOL: Prepped at the CSC Grammar School in Banja Luka ... Was a Bosnian Champion in the 12,14 and 16 age groups.
PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS: Son of Nenad and Radosavka Zeljkovic ... Plans to major in accounting ... Would to like to earn a doctorate degree