Spring 2009 (Sophomore): Played at No. 2 singles for much of the '09 season, posting a record of 3-12...also played along side teammate Juliette Coupez at No. 1 doubles, going an even 6-6...plauged by nagging injuries throughout the season.
Fall 2008 (Sophomore):
Spring 2008 (RS Sophomore): This past Spring season, played exclusively at the No. 1 position before being injured, capturing a 1-3 record in dual match singles.
Fall 2007 (RS Sophomore): During the Fall 2007 season earned a 6-3 record and was ranked No. 12 in the West region... Her Fall record was highlighted by her 6-4, 7-5 victory over USC's Sarah Fansler, the No. 10 ranked preseason player in the nation.
Spring 2007 (Freshman): As a freshman, Mouly finished 11-7 in dual match singles (6-5 at No. 2, 5-2 at No. 3)... In doubles action she was 6-4 with teammate Helene Lindstrand (5-4 at #2) and 8-8 overall... Named West Coast Conference Freshman of the Year.
Fall 2006 (Freshman): Competed in SDSU I and II Fall Classic and the ITA West Region Championship.
High School/Prep: Played tennis at Notre dame de Boulogne... At 16's and 17's, won with the Racing Club de France (French team championship)... Is a three-time champion of Paris... Won the Tremblay-en-France (11y)... Finalist at ACBB Tournament (12y)... Quarterfinalist at French Championship for 16-year-olds.
Personal: Born in Paris, France on February 10, 1988... Older brother, Jonas, played on the USD men's team... Chose USD because of tennis program and the school's high level of academics.
Major: Business Management
Celebration of Excellence 2017
Check out the end of the year COE boat cruise with student-athletes, coaches and staff
USD Athletics Highlight Video 2016-17
Don't miss the best highlights from this past year in USD Athletics
President for a Day
USD President Harris switched places with Track & Cross Country Senior Olivia Gonzalez
Torero Timeout with Olivia Sandusky
Walk down the beach with softball senior Olivia Sandusky on a Torero Timeout
Jamal Agnew Drafted to the Detroit Lions
Jamal Agnew was drafted in the fifth round as the #165 pick to the Lions