In his second year with the Tigers, Erik finished with a record of 6-6 in singles and 10-8 in doubles ... After a 2-3 fall singles mark, Cederwall opened the spring season winning his first four matches at No. 6 ... He was 10-8 in doubles action, getting five wins at No. 3 with Daniel Alameh.
Erik finished with a record of 6-15 in singles and 4-8 in doubles ... He earned a victory playing No. 3 singles against UC Riverside (4/15) ... Cederwall posted singles wins in the No. 4 slot against Eastern Washington (3/24) and Sacramento State (4/10) ... Earned No. 5 slot wins against UC Davis (1/28), San Francisco (2/4) and Nevada (3/3) ... He Teamed with Tomasz Krzyszkowski for a No. 1 singles win against Saint Mary's (2/12) ... Cederwall Turned in doubles wins with Alex Hamilton against UC Riverside (4/15) in No. 2 doubles and No. 3 doubles over UC Irvine (4/14).
Personal: Erik was born and raised in Stockholm, Sweden ... He is the son of Bo and Virika Cederwall and has three siblings; older sister Johanna, younger sister Emma, and younger brother Wilhelm ... Erik held a national ranking back home of 123 and other accomplishments of his include advancing to the quarterfinals of several national tournaments in singles and semifinals in doubles ... At Pacific Erik plans to major in International Business and his career plans include launching KTV in Sweden.