A senior leader who will contribute greatly in both singles and doubles play... Beuque is the type of player who can beat anyone on any given day because of his all-court game... will compete for a spot in the upper-half of the singles ladder... the native from France will also form a partnership with Pierrick Ysern in doubles.
Fall 2004 Results: Posted a 3-3 singles record... reached the Round of 16 of the ITA West-South Regional Championships, scoring victories over San Diego State's Markus Dickhardt and the USC's Aaron Badart... teamed with Pierrick Ysern to reach the quarterfinals of the ITA Western Regional Championships and the pair also participated in the IcyHot/ITA Men's All-American Championships... ranked No. 51 in the country and No. 7 in the West Region with Ysern.
As a Junior in 2003-2004: Concluded the Fall Season with a 4-3 record... reached the second round of the ITA Western Championships, beating UCSB's Nick Brotman 6-2, 2-6, 6-4... finished with a 9-6 singles duel record, occupying mainly the No. 3 and No. 4 spots... also compiled a 6-3 record at No. 1 doubles with Jason Pongsrikul... ranked No. 42 in the country in doubles with Pongsrikul... the duo were selected to the All-WCC Doubles Team.
As a Sophomore in 2002-2003: Finished with a 7-3 record in the Fall... reached the Round of 16 at the 46th Southern California Intercollegiate Championships and the quarterfinals of the Wathen/Hancock Bulldog Classic... posted a 10-13 singles duel record, primarily playing at the No. 3 spot... also teamed with Jason Pongsrikul at the No. 1 doubles position... the pair were named to the All-WCC Doubles Team.
Prior to USD: Competed at Alabama during the 2001-2002 collegiate season... stationed mainly at the No. 4 singles spot... also played the No. 2 doubles position with William Boyles... participated in the NCAA Team Tournament, playing No. 4 in singles and No. 2 in doubles in Alabama's first round loss to Middle Tennessee.
Personal: Recruited by Georgia, Florida, and Arizona State... decided to transfer to USD for great tennis program, and to be in California... majoring in Business.