|High School:||Strabrecht College|
* 2015 All Pac-12 Second Team
* 2015 Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team
* Reached a career high singles ranking of No. 49 by the ITA in 2016
* No. 3 in the record books for both career singles (76) and doubles (71) victories
* Maasland and doubles partner, Simon Stevens, went 29-10 for their career, good for No. 7 in program history for team career victories
* Maasland and Stevens’ 23-7 doubles record in 2015-16 is tied for the third-best season in school history
2015-16 | SENIOR
Went 19-14 overall in singles and 11-11 in dual match play competing primarily in the top spot … had four wins over ranked opponents including No. 46 Diogo Rocha (Denver) and No. 45 Sam Monette (Indiana) … reached a career-high ranking on No. 49 in singles on Feb. 10 … started the dual match season off by winning 11 of his first 13 matches … in doubles, owned a team-best 23-7 record with partner Simon Stevens, which is tied for the third-best single season in program history … duo went 18-4 in the spring season, playing all but one match at the No. 2 spot … went on a seven-match winning streak between Feb. 19 – March 27 … ends his career at No. 3 in both career singles (76) and doubles (71) victories … he and Stevens went 29-10 in their career, good for the seventh-most career wins for a team Fall: Ranked No. 67 by the ITA in the pre-season singles rankings ... compiled an 8-3 singles record during the fall season ... won his first three matches of the season to advance to the Flight A finals at the UC Santa Barbara Classic ... won four consecutive matches at the ITA Regionals in Seattle including a three-set win over Washington's Jake Douglas (ranked No. 92) in the quarterfinals ... Ranked No. 60 with partner Simon Stevens in the ITA pre-season doubles rankings ... went 5-3 with Stevens during the fall season ... after dropping their first match, Maasland/Stevens won their next five ... During that winning streak, they advanced to the semifinals of the ITA Regional in Seattle.
2014-15 | JUNIOR
Received second team All-Pac-12 honors … was the Ducks’ anchor on court one for the large part of the spring season … finished the year with a 20-9 record – 15-7 in duals – making him one of three Ducks to wrap up the season with 20-plus wins … Pac-12 All-Academic second-team selection ... recorded two wins over ranked opponents over the course of the spring season, defeated USC’s No. 114 Eric Johnson in straight sets (7-6 (3), 6-3) and took down Stanford’s No. 43 Tom Fawcett (6-1, 4-6, 6-3), giving UO their best singles win of the year … put together three-match winning streaks on three separate occasions over the course of the spring … only lost consecutive matches once … led the Ducks in Pac-12 regular season play (4-2), notching singles wins over players from USC, Stanford, Arizona and Utah … closed the year with a 16-9 doubles mark, 12 of those wins came with playing Simon Stevens (7-3) and Joey Swaysland (5-4) … best doubles win of the season came against Washington, when he and Stevens took down the No. 48 team of Emmett Egger and Jeff Hawke 7-6 (10-8) on court one ... Fall: Played in three tournaments and finished the fall on a four-match winning streak in singles and finished up 5-2…in doubles he played with three different partners and put together a 4-3 record…claimed the flight one singles title at the PNW Intercollegiates with a win in the championship match over Washington’s best player, Emmett Egger – finished the tourney 3-0…picked up two singles wins at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships…reached the semifinals in doubles at the PNW Intercollegiates with Joey Swaysland…logged three wins in doubles with Simon Stevens at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships for his best doubles tournament of the year.
2013-14 | SOPHOMORE
Posted a 14-6 in spring singles, competing at the No. 2 and No. 3 positions in the lineup … posted the team’s second best singles win percentage (.700) … won 11 of his first 12 singles matches to open the spring season … notched a Pac-12 win over Arizona’s Sumeet Shinde and two wins over Washington’s Gal Hakak … posted a 12-6 spring record in doubles, competing exclusively at the No. 2 position … won nine of his first 10 doubles matches top open the dual season … notched Pac-12 doubles wins over UCLA’s Clay Thompson and Joseph Di Giulio and Washington’s Viktor Farkas and Max Manthou. Fall: Returned from injury to compete in the final event of 2013, the Nordstrom Open ... won four straight matches at the open event to reach the main draw semifinals before falling to former ATP pro and top-seeded Scoville Jenkins ... won three straight doubles matches with Jayson Amos at the Nordstrom Open.
2012-13 | FRESHMAN
Finished the 2012-13 season with a 23-9 overall singles record, the third highest wins total in a single season in UO history … went 18-6 in singles in the spring dual season in the No. 2 (2-0), No. 3 (5-5) and No. 4 (11-1) spots … clinched two team victories in a row as he earned match point against Stanford and UCSB in consecutive matches … defeated Stanford’s Robert Stineman 6-4, 7-6(5) to clinch Oregon’s first ever victory over the Cardinal (4/6) … teamed with Alex Rovello to go 15-5 in the spring doubles in the No. 2 (6-1) and No. 3 (9-4) spots. Fall: Went 5-3 in fall tournament singles matches … went 5-1 in fall tournament doubles, teaming with Alex Rovello to go 1-1 and Lova Randriamampandry to go 4-0 and win the Northwest doubles bracket at the PNW Intercollegiates.
Ranked nationally as high as No. 42 ... ranked No. 2. in the Boys Under 18 Dutch division.
Son of Piet and Wilma Maasland ... Has one brother, Rick, and one sister, Denise.