Juliette Coupez
Juliette Coupez

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Lesquin, France

High School:
Lycee Kernanec Marcq en Baroeul, France

Height:
5-8

Birthdate:
03/11/1990

Experience:
3V

07/10/2012

Four Toreros earn ITA Scholar-Athlete distinction

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

07/10/2012

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.

05/21/2012

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.

05/11/2012

Toreros fall 4-1 in NCAA First Round

San Diego competes hard but comes up short in NCAA Tourney

05/08/2012

Juliette Coupez named WCC Player of the Month

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

03/20/2012

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

08/25/2011

2011 West Coast Conference Championships

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

03/30/2010

Women Netters 2010

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

03/30/2010

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.