- 2016 All-Conference Doubles Second Team
- Spring 2016 Dean's List
- Fall 2015 Dean's List
Played in all 23 spring matches … Went 11-7 in singles play, where he primarily played at the No. 3 position … Tied for third on the team for most singles wins … Scored the only point in the 6-1 loss against then-No. 44 Georgia Tech … Had two match-clinching singles wins … Led the team in doubles wins with partner Sebastian Acuna, going 11-7 in doubles play at the No. 1 position.
Went 8-6 in singles play at four tournaments ... Paired with Joseph Bishop and Sebastian Acuna in doubles play for a 4-4 record .... Had a quarterfinals win at the Wake Forest Fall Invite with Acuna ... Went to the finals at the Georgia Tech Fall Invite but was defeated by Javier Restrepo from No. 75 UNC Wilmington in a walkover.
Held a 9-9 singles record in first season at GSU ... Played primarily at Nos. 3 and 4, but beat Alex Van Cott of No. 53 Tulane at No. 2 singles ... Went 6-3 at No. 2 doubles with fellow freshman Sebastian Acuna ... Earned four singles wins over players from ranked teams.
Won the Georgi Kravkov Memorial Cup in August of 2014 ... Picked up his first ATP point at the Belarus F4 Futures competition ... Won first ATP doubles point at the Belarus F3 Futures competition ... Member of Junior Belarus National Team ... Team finished third in Europe (Summer Cup).
Andrei Andrukhou was born in Baranovichi, Belarus on January 9, 1997 to Sergei Andrukhou and Elena Andrukhova ... Has one sibling, Roma, an older brother ... Plans to major in managerial sciences.