Junior (2016-17): Academic All-Ivy … as a junior, he had a 12-17 mark in singles and a 21-7 record in doubles … was 8-12 in singles action and 15-5 in doubles during the spring … played all of his matches at the No. 2 and 3 singles positions … ended the season by defeating players from Penn and Princeton … played all of his spring doubles matches with Charlie Broom, going 3-0 against ranked teams and 1-0 versus ranked opponents … ended the year on a seven-match unbeaten streak in doubles (Apr. 7 – 23).
Sophomore (2015-16): Ended his sophomore year with an overall record of 22-8 in singles and 18-13 in doubles … in dual matches, he was 16-5 in singles action and 13-11 in doubles … singles: throughout the spring, he played at the No. 3 and 4 position … ended the year on an eight-match unbeaten streak (April 2 – May 14) … doubles: was a staple at No. 3, playing alongside either Max Schmidt or Dovydas Sakinis … recipient of the team's Occum Bowl.
Freshman (2014-15): Played mostly at the No. 6 singles position, wrapping up his freshman year with a record of 7-3 … during the spring, he played one doubles match with Ciro Riccardi, falling to No. 34 Harvard.
Before Dartmouth: Lettered in tennis and was named All-American as a junior … Magna Cum Laude.
Personal: Maximilian Au-Fliegner is the son of Karsten Fliegner and Macy Au-Fliegner ... he has one sister … has a YouTube video with 2.3 million views.