EUGENE, Ore. – For a third-consecutive season, Thomas Laurent has received an at-large bid into the NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Championships. He is the first three-time national qualifier in program history. Laurent earned a 9-16 seeding in the field of 64. The singles bracket will be released at a later date.
Laurent posted a 21-4 record during the regular season, including a 14-2 mark at the No. 1 spot in the Ducks’ lineup. Earlier this season, he reached a career-high No. 3 ranking in the ITA national rankings. During the fall tournament season, he was 7-2 which featured a semifinals run at the ITA National Fall Championships.
Among his season accolades, Laurent was twice named the Pac-12 Player of the Week, carried an 11-match winning streak and posted a 10-4 record against ranked opponents.
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The Montpellier, France, native became the program’s all-time leader in wins on March 7 with a 6-3, 7-5 win over Stijn Slump of Middle Tennessee. The win was the 94th of his career which surpassed the mark previously held by former teammate Jayson Amos (2013-17).
Laurent teamed with freshman Joshua Charlton to win the ITA Northwest Regional doubles title in October. It was the second of his career. Laurent will end his Oregon career with 76 doubles victories which currently ranks fourth in program history.