2018: Lykou once again topped the PC lineup this season, spending the entire season at the top flight for the Blue Hose. He tallied a career-high eight wins overall in the regular season, including three against Big South foes. The native of Aarhus, Denmark collected wins over the top player from Furman, Campbell and Winthrop to highlight his final campaign in Clinton. Lykou wrapped up the regular season with a three-match winning streak, having yet to lose in the month of April. It is the first All-Conference honor in singles for Lykou, who earned first team All-Big South honors in doubles a year ago.
2017: First team All-Big South doubles with Brandon Mills...compiled an 18-5 doubles record, including a 6-1 mark in Big South play, all with Mills...helped PC to its second Big South Regular Season title, first Big South Tournament title and first NCAA Tournament appearance...claimed a 6-4 victory at No. 2 doubles against No. 10 Texas in the NCAA Tournament...played at No. 1 singles all season, winning four matches, including a 6-1, 6-3 win over Winthrop to help PC clinch the Big South Regular Season title...opened the year 7-1 in doubles action and won nine of the last 10 to end the season
2016: Missed some time with an injury but spent the remainder of the year at No. 1 singles after returning…won six matches overall with a 4-4 record in Big South play…also went 9-8 at No. 1 doubles on the year…recorded a 4-4 doubles mark in Big South play…won three straight singles matches from March 16-22, all coming against conference opponents, including a 6-2, 6-1 win at No. 1 against Big South Champion Coastal Carolina…earned a three-set singles win (4-6, 7-6 (8-6), 7-5) at No. 1 at Clemson on April 10
2015: Won six singles matches in his inaugural season, playing at PC's No. 1 spot for the end of the year...posted wins against Mount Olive, Coker, Citadel, Appalachian State, Davidson, and a Big South win over Gardner-Webb...went 10-13 in doubles play...earned Big South doubles wins over Radford and UNC Asheville...helped PC to its third consecutive 20-win season.
High School: Played in the Aarhus 1900 Tennis Team Elite Division...played in the Danish Tennis Federation tournaments...winner of Danish Junior Championships.
Personal: Son of Jorn Lykou and Ingrid Leth-Moller