2017: Second team All-Big South singles...compiled a 16-6 singles record, including a 6-0 mark in Big South play...went 3-2 in limited doubles action...helped PC to its second Big South Regular Season title, first Big South Tournament title and first NCAA Tournament appearance...finished the season on an 11-match winning streak, longest on the team, all coming in straight sets...was 3-0 in the Big South Tournament as a part of the winning streak with all three matches at No. 5...went 0-1 at No. 3 singles, 6-5 at No. 4 and 10-0 at No. 5...his six Big South wins tied for second-most on the team this season and rank tied for sixth in PC's D1 era...his 16 singles wins rank tied for ninth in a season in PC's Division I era and his .727 winning percentage ranks seventh best in a season...nearly took the opening set in the NCAA Tournament against Texas, leading 6-6 (5-2) at No. 5 when the match was clinched
2016: Recorded nine singles victories and three doubles victories on the year…went 8-14 at No. 2 in singles in 22 matches…earned wins over conference opponents Liberty, Longwood and Campbell (twice), all coming on court two…also claimed wins over in-state foes Furman (7-5, 5-7, 1-0 (12-10)) and USC Upstate (6-1, 7-6) at No. 2…went 3-3 in doubles on the year…all three victories came with Diego Manzanas at No. 3…topped XULA (6-0), Lamar (6-0) and Longwood (6-2) in doubles wins
2015: Went 24-2 overall and 7-1 in the Big South during his inaugural season...twice named Big South Freshman of the Week...helped lead the team to conference wins over Longwood, Gardner-Webb, UNC Asheville, and Winthrop...won his only doubles match of the season, an 8-1 victory over Spartanburg Methodist...set the school Division I record for individual singles wins and freshman singles wins in a season (24)...helped PC to its third straight 20-win season and first-ever wins over College of Charleston, Wright State, Lamar, and NJIT...named team's MVP
High School: Spanish tennis player. Started playing tennis at Canary Island where he reached the Canary Island Championship semifinals...moved to Madrid where he defeated some of the top 100 players...won numerous national tournaments in Madrid, achieving a 206 National ranking...played in professional tournaments in Spain and Portugal...finalist of Madrid Team Championship with Club SEK in 2013.
Personal: Son of Antonio and Carmina Bejar...cites his family and former coaches as his biggest athletic influence...majoring in business administration.