Juliette Coupez
Juliette Coupez


Lesquin, France

High School:
Lycee Kernanec Marcq en Baroeul, France





Four Toreros earn ITA Scholar-Athlete distinction

All four award winners also took home the honor last season as well.


WCC Honors 110 USD Student-Athletes on Commissioner's Honor Roll

The nine WCC schools put a total of 1,093 student-athletes on the list from the 13 sports that the conference sponsors, which is another new conference record.


Juliette Coupez named Capital One District 8 All-Academic

The senior was named to the District 8 All-Academic team for the first time in her career.


Toreros fall 4-1 in NCAA First Round

San Diego competes hard but comes up short in NCAA Tourney


Juliette Coupez named WCC Player of the Month

Coupez won her first WCC Player of the Month honor for singles.


USD Women's Tennis vs. Nevada - 3/9/12

USD Women's Tennis vs. Nevada - 3/9/12 | Hogan Tennis Center | Photos by Brock Scott, scottphoto.net


2011 West Coast Conference Championships

2011 West Coast Conference Championships from Barnes Tennis Center in San Diego, CA.


Women Netters 2010

The USD Women's Tennis Team enjoys a little fun off the courts.


Women's Tennis Action Shots

Action Shots

JUNIOR '10-'11: Posted an overall singles record of 20-11 and a 15-6 dual singles mark playing primarily at No. 4... Was a second-team All-WCC honoree in singles and a first-team honoree in doubles with partner Stephanie Hoffpauir... In singles, won a career-high nine consecutive matches between March 16th and April 9th... Helped the Toreros secure a first-round victory over UNLV in the NCAA Championships by defeating Adrienn Hidvegi 6-2, 6-4... In doubles, achieved a No. 57 ranking with Hoffpauir on April 12th, the highest doubles ranking of her career... Teamed with Hoffpauir for four victories over ranked opponents on the year, including an 8-5 win over No. 18 Allison Falkin and Rachael White on March 23rd... Named WCC Player of the Month in doubles with Hoffpauir for the month of April... Earned WCC first-team All-Academic honors in the spring with a 3.82 GPA, while also being named to the WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll and an ITA Scholar Athlete.

SOPHOMORE '09-'10: Was the exclusive No. 1 dual singles player for the Toreros, posting a record of 10-12 at the head slot... Captured a combined 14-10 doubles mark for the dual campaign, pairing with teammates Maja Sujica (11-7 @ No.1 spot) and Alexandra Demidova (3-3 @ No.1 spot)... Named second-team All-WCC in doubles with Maja Sujica... Defeated four players ranked in the Campbell/ITA College Tennis Rankings: 120st-ranked Witney Wolff of LSU (1/30/10), 110th-ranked Sophia Marks of New Mexico State (2/5/10), 123rd-ranked Arianna Colffer of Pepperdine (2/14/10), and 75th-ranked Liudmila Vasilieva of Washington State (3/17/10)... Went 16-16 overall in singles and 17-13 in doubles for the combined fall and spring seasons... Participated in the SDSU Fall Classic, the 2009 Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships, and the ASU Thunderbird Tournament... Earned All-Academic and Scholar Athlete honors, in addition to making the Dean's list.

FRESHMAN '08-'09: Had an impressive freshman season, securing the No. 1 position early on... Posted a 12-8 dual record in singles... Teamed with Samantha Mouly at No. 1 in doubles, capturing a mark of 6-6... Named to the All-WCC Singles First Team... Helped the Toreros to a third place finish at the 2009 WCC Championships by defeating Lacey Pflibsen of Portland (6-3, 6-1) in the first round of play... During the fall '08, advanced to the winner's bracket of the SDSU Fall Classic by earning consecutive wins over University of Arizona's Danielle Steinberg (6-4, 6-1) and Michigan State's Denise Muresan (2-6, 6-4, 7-5)... Advanced to Round of 32 at ITA Southwest Regional Championships by downing Melinda Wong of Hawaii, 6-3, 6-2... Made Dean's List during fall of freshman year.

HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIOR: Attended Lycee Kernanec Marcq en Baroeul in France... Competed in the French Open, beating the national champion at the time... Competed in a variety of tournaments and International Junior Championships.

PERSONAL: Born in Lesquin, France on March 11, 1990 to Daniel and Nadine Coupez... Parents were also tennis players... Has a younger brother named Guillaume who attends Architectural School in Paris, France... Enjoys all sports and would like to work for a sporting goods company to develop new technology in athletic equipment... Enjoys watching movies and TV shows and hanging out with friends... Started playing tennis at four years-old... Considers her experience playing on court 1 of the French Open and winning an intense three-hour match the highlight of her junior career... Considered trying to play professionally before deciding to attend USD after high school but wanted to get a college degree and experience life in the United States... Chose USD because of the location, academics, team, and coaches.

"I am going to get a degree while having the best time of my life. What else could I ask for? I think this is a great chance to be at USD and I am glad I made all these sacrifices while I was younger because the life I have now is priceless."

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Minor: Mathematics

Juliette's Career Singles Records

Season Overall Dual Fall vs. Ranked WCC No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6
2011-12 8-3 --- 8-3 0-2 --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
2010-11 20-11 15-6 5-5 1-3 4-3 --- --- 1-0 14-6 --- ---
2009-10 16-16 10-12 6-4 3-5 3-2 10-12 --- --- --- --- ---
2008-09 18-12 12-8 6-4 2-5 2-2 12-8 --- --- --- --- ---
Career 62-42 37-26 25-16 6-15 9-7 22-20 --- 1-0 14-6 --- ---

Juliette's Career Doubles Records

Season Overall Dual Fall vs. Ranked WCC No. 1 No. 2 No. 3
2011-12 6-4 --- 6-4 2-2 --- --- --- ---
2010-11 17-12 13-10 4-3 4-4 4-4 13-10 --- ---
2009-10 17-13 14-10 3-3 1-3 5-2 14-10 --- ---
2008-09 19-19 11-11 8-8 --- 3-3 10-10 1-1 ---
Career 59-48 38-31 21-18 7-9 12-9 37-30 1-1 ---

Juliette Coupez

Coupez was a second-team All-WCC honoree in singles in 2011.