|Hometown:||Sao Paulo, Brazil|
|High School:||Colegio Fleming, Campinas|
2008-09: ITA Senior Player of the Year for the Southeast Region ... ITA All-American ... GCSU Senior Male Athlete of the Year ... PBC All-Conference Team ... Was 13-5 in singles action all at number one singles including 5-2 in the PBC ... No. 8 in the country in singles play ... No. 2 doubles team in nation with Justin Pickham going 16-3 while 6-0 in conference ... Was a four time winner of GCSU's Athlete of the Week.
2007-08: ITA All-American ... ITA Mid-Atlantic Region Player to Watch ... All-PBC Singles and Doubles (with Francis Yoshimoto) ... All-PBC Preseason Team ... PBC Bronze Scholar ... Went 19-2 with a 7-1 conference mark in the spring ... Finished the year ranked No. 5 in the nation and No. 1 regionally ... His duo with Yoshimoto was No. 11 nationally and No. 3 in the region ... Competed in the first flight, going 6-2 against nationally-ranked competition ... Went 17-7 in doubles, including a 14-6 mark with Yoshimoto in the first flight ... In the fall, he went 7-2 in singles and 1-1 in doubles ... Won the Flight 'A' Singles Title at the GCSU Men's Fall Championships ... Selected the Peach Belt Player of the Week March 16 ... Named GCSU Athlete of the Week twice (9/16 and 3/16).
2006-07: Competed at No. 1 Singles and No. 1 Doubles with Rodrigo Yamauti ... Earned All-American Honors in singles, finishing ranked No. 13 in the nation ... Was All-PBC in both singles and doubles ... Went 23-7 in singles and 25-7 in doubles action ... Tied for the team lead in singles wins during the spring at 18-5 ... Was 16-4 in doubles action during the spring with Yamauti.
2005-06: Red-shirted in the spring of 2006 after suffering a rib injury early in the season ... Went 10-2 in singles and 10-1 in doubles in 2005-06 prior to the injury ... PBC Presidential Honor Roll.
2004-05: Earned team MVP honors as a freshman in the spring of 2005 after posting a 17-4 singles record and teaming up with Brandon Lee to post a 16-8 mark in doubles ... He was also named to the Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll.
High School: Erick attended Colegio Fleming, Campinas in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Personal: He came to GCSU because of the school's academic and athletics reputation ... He was born Jan. 30, 1985 ... Team representative of Student Athlete Advisory Committee ... His biggest sports thrill was earning team MVP honors at GCSU as a freshman ... He lists Gustavo Kuerten as his favorite athlete ... He is the son of Rubens and Rosangela Siqueira ... He enjoys listening to music and reading in his spare time ... He is majoring in business management.