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AS A SENIOR IN 2011-12: SINGLES: Appeared in three singles matches before missing an extended amount of time with a hand injury … played in the No. 3 position in all three singles matches he appeared in. DOUBLES: Appeared in eight doubles matches with senior Nicolas Vinel … compiled a 3-5 record … six of his eight doubles appearances were against team’s ranked in the ITA top-60 … picked his second doubles victory of the year against then-No. 48 Boise State to help Santa Clara to its first win over a ranked opponent in the 2011-12 season … defeated Fresno State’s No. 3 tandem 9-7 to secure the doubles point for Santa Clara … after missing significant time with injury, played his way back into the No. 3 doubles tandem, playing again with Vinel, for both NCAA
AS A JUNIOR IN 2010-11: Transferred from Indiana University - Bloomington ... Finished the season 16-10 overall with a 4-2 record in WCC dual matches … earned All-WCC Second Team Singles honors… played at No. 2 singles all year … had five-match win streak from Nov. 2-Jan. 26 defeating Sonoma State twice, Stanford, UC Davis and UC Santa Cruz players … compiled two four-match win streaks from Feb. 27-Mar. 13 and Apr. 16-22 … played doubles with John Lamble, Thomas Pham and Nicholas Vinel throughout the season … with Lamble, compiled 5-5 overall record and 0-2 in WCC contests at all doubles spots … with Pham, went 1-2 overall at No. 2 doubles … with Vinel, went 6-5 overall record, going 2-3 in WCC play including five-match win streak from Apr. 3 to Apr. 21.
AS A SOPHOMORE AT INDIANA IN 2009-10: Recorded 12 singles wins despite battling injuries over the course of the season ... advanced to the main draw of the D'Novo All-American Championships with doubles partner Jeremy Langer ... won flight three at the UNLV Spring Invitational ... also had 13 doubles vicrtories and posted a five-match doubles winning streak with partner Jeremy Langer ... posted six dual match singles wins on the season.
AS A FRESHMAN AT INDIANA IN 2008-09: Made an immediate impact by recording 18 victories in singles and 16 in doubles ... showed great poise and skill in a three-set thriller against No. 19 Wisconsin which proved to be the winning point in the Hoosier upset ... played great tennis throughout the Hoosier Invitational only to fall in the championship match of the Hoosier flight ... crowned champion of two summer ITA tournaments by first winning the Western Michigan regional leg, then returning to Bloomington to take another regional title on his home court.
HIGH SCHOOL: 2007 graduate of CNED High School in Nice, France ... won three senior tournaments in France ... recorded victories over players ranked in the top 15 in France ... played in several ITF junior tournaments.
PERSONAL: Born in Nice, France … parents are Frederic and Marcelle Armengaud … has two brothers, Loic (25) and Francoi-Xavier (28) … enjoys sports, movies and spending time with friends … biology major.