San Diego finishes a fantastic season in the second round of the NCAA Tournament
San Diego will face UCLA or Weber State next.
San Diego has won 30 consecutive WCC matches.
San Diego will face Pepperdine Saturday at 10 a.m.
The Toreros have now won 28 straight regular season WCC matches.
Honors & Awards:
• WCC All-Tournament Team (Singles) - 2016
• All-WCC Honorable Mention (Singles) - 2013, 2014, 2015
• Career-High ITA Singles Ranking: #62 (Jan. 3, 2013)
• Career-High ITA Doubles Ranking: N/A
Senior (2015-16): Went 21-7 in singles with an 11-5 record in dual matches, playing at the No. 4 and 5 spots... Was a perfect 5-0 against WCC opponents... Went 15-13 in doubles and 7-11 in dual matches... Was 4-1 in WCC doubles matches... Named to the WCC All-Tournament team in singles.
Junior (2014-15): Named All-WCC Honorable Mention in singles for the third straight year... Went 17-18 overall in singles and 11-11 in dual matches playing primarily at the No. 3 spot... Went 15-12 in doubles with a 13-9 mark in dual matches... Was 6-1 in singles and 5-2 in doubles in WCC matches.
Sophomore (2013-14): Named All-WCC Honorable Mention in singles for the second consecutive year... Went 18-13 overall in singles with a 15-6 mark in dual matches... Played at the No. 3 (8-5) and No. 4 (7-1) spots in singles... Went 6-1 against WCC opponents in singles... Went 10-12 overall in doubles and 10-7n in dual matches... Paired with Uros Petronijevic at the No. 2 doubles spot, where the duo went 8-7... Posted a 2-6 overall singles record and a 0-4 overall doubles mark in the fall season.
Freshman (2012-13): Named All-WCC Honorable Mention in singles... Went 18-18 overall in singles on the year and 16-17 overall in doubles... Split time among the top three spots in the lineup during dual singles play, posting his best record at No. 2 (8-2)... Started the spring season ranked No. 62 in singles before eventually finishing the year ranked No. 118... Played primarily No. 2 in dual doubles, going 10-10 at that spot... During the fall, knocked off then-No. 25 Yannick Hanfmann of USC twice, once at the Battle in the Bay Classic and the other at the ITA Southwestern Regionals - of his three wins over ranked opponents on the year, those were his highest.
High School/Junior: Attended Lycee Jean De La Fontaine... Won the French Doubles Championship Under-18 in 2010... Earned a French ranking of 15 and won a match against a No. 600 ATP player.
Personal: Born December 2, 1992 in Marseille, France... Son of Claire Kalaydjian... Chose USD because of the strong tennis program, the great campus and the beautiful weather... Was also recruited by Kentucky, Texas A&M, VCU, Santa Clara and Georgia State... Is a strong supporter of Olympique de Marseille soccer team... Enjoys listening to music and playing a variety of sports in his free time.
Career Singles Records
|Season||Overall||Dual||Tourn||vs. Ranked||vs. WCC||No. 1||No. 2||No. 3||No. 4||No. 5||No. 6|
Career Doubles Records
|Season||Overall||Dual||Tour||vs. Ranked||vs. WCC||No. 1||No. 2||No. 3|
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