Remi Boutillier
    Remi Boutillier

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Briancon, France

    High School:
    Externat Notre Dame

    Height / Weight:
    6-2 / 160

    05/13/2013

    Boutillier Off To Hot Start In Pro Career

    GoBulldogs had the chance to catch up with the former Fresno State standout.

    06/20/2012

    More `Dogs Earn Academic Accolades

    50 Fresno State student-athletes were named Academic All-WAC for the spring sports season.

    05/24/2012

    Boutillier/Alcantara Nearly Net Upset

    Bulldog duo nearly upsets nation's third-ranked double team, losing in three sets

    05/23/2012

    Boutillier Advances in NCAA Singles Play

    27th-ranked Remi Boutillier defeats Duke's 38th-ranked Chris Mengel in first round action at the NCAA Men's Tennis Singles Championships

    05/22/2012

    Boutillier Named Academic All-District

    Remi Boutillier now becomes eligible for the Academic All-America teams

    05/07/2012

    2012 Night of Champions

    May 7, 2012 - Night of Champions

    05/04/2010

    NCAA Men's Tennis Selection Show Party

    Fresno State men's tennis anticipates a selection to the NCAA Tournament.

    09/02/2009

    2008-09 Men's Tennis

    Year-in-review photo gallery

    Last updated on May 30, 2012

  • Boutillier on College Tennis Online

    Fresno State
    2011-12 (Senior):
    Competed in all 25 dual matches... contributed to the Bulldogs' advancement in ITA team rankings to No. 14, second consecutive WAC Championship title and NCAA Tournament appearance... named 2012 WAC Player of the Year and Fresno State's Male Bulldog of the Year... ITA Northwest region's Senior of the Year... Capital One Academic All-America men's at-large second-team and Capital One Academic All-District men's at-large first-team for his 3.87 GPA... named All-WAC Tournament team in singles and doubles... named first team All-WAC in singles and doubles... WAC Athlete of the Week five times... honored as WAC Athlete of the Month for October and November... earned an automatic berth to the NCAA Doubles Championships for the third consecutive year... earned an automatic berth to the NCAA Singles Championships... final ranking of No. 29 in the country in singles... reached a highest national ranking of No. 14 in singles... never dropped below No. 28 in singles rankings on the season... career singles record of 99-33 (one win from forth place on the school's all-time singles wins list)... went 28-7 overall and 22-5 on the season in singles at the No. 1 spot... became the first Bulldog since 2008 to make the Round of 16 at the ITA All-American Tournament... defeated No. 18 Jarmere Jenkins of Virginia in round of 16 at ITA All American... was the only player to compete from the Western Athletic Conference in the prestigious National Indoor Competition in October... defeated No. 6 Wil Spencer of Georgia in round of 32 at National Indoor Competition... defeated Nevada's No. 55 Wessim Derbel, 6-4, 6-2... clinched the Bulldogs' upset over No. 9 Stanford's by beating No. 37 Ryan Thacher, 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (5)... defeated No. 23Tulsa's No. 68 Japie De Klerk, 6-2, 3-6, 6-2... bested No. 37 Boise State's No. 56 James Meredith, 3-6, 6-1, 10-8... topped No. 53 Cal Poly's No. 29 Andre Dome, 6-2, 7-6... defeated Duke's 38th-ranked Chris Mengel, 6-4, 6-4, in the first round of the NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Singles Championships, but fell to No. 36 Bradley Klahn, 6-1, 6-1, in the second round of the NCAA Singles Tournament... Career doubles record of 101-33 (possibly the highest record in program history)... went 19-12 overall and 15-12 on the season in doubles with partner Alcantara at the No. 1 spot... final ranking of No. 58 in the country in doubles with partner Francis Alcantara... reached a highest national ranking of No. 51 in doubles with Alcantara... Boutillier and Alcantara defeated No. 7 Pepperdine's 6th-ranked doubles team of Alex Llompart and Finn Tearney, 8-5... runner-up at the Southwest Regional Invitational in doubles with Alcantara... defeated Pepperdine's No. 14 Tearney/Clarkein semifinal of the Southwest Regional Invitational with partner Alcantara... fell in the first round of the NCAA Doubles Championships with partner Alcantara, 7-6, 5-7, 6-2, to Georgia Tech's third-ranked duo of Kevin King and Juan Spir.

    2010-11 (Junior): earned automatic berth into NCAA Championship for doubles for the second year in a row with partner Rikus de Villiers ... named first team All-WAC in singles and doubles ... All-WAC Tournament team in singles and doubles ... competed in the NCAA Tournament against No. 19 Minnesota in the first round and No. 15 California in the second round ... helped the team win the WAC Championship title ... named WAC Tennis Player of the Week twice ... competed in all 26 dual matches ... reached as high as No. 69 in singles and No. 15 in doubles with de Villiers in ITA Rankings ... posted a 18-6 singles record in spring ... won five straight sets over LMU, Pacific, Stanford, UNLV and Arkansas ... clinched the match against Boise State to advance into the WAC Championship ... earned one of the two points against California in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, defeating No. 64 Carlos Cueto ... defeated two New Mexico State players, No. 64 A. Surreaux in the regular season and J. Brouleau in the WAC Championship ... advanced to the final round in the Pacific Coast Doubles in San Diego ... clinched doubles point over LMU, Santa Clara, Nebraska and Idaho ... undefeated in doubles in the ITA All-American ... advanced in the ITA Northwest Regional Championship ... went 3-1 in the Northwest Regional Championship in singles to finish the season.

    2009-10 (Sophomore): first-team All-WAC selection in doubles ... second-team All-WAC selection in singles ... earned an invitation to the NCAA Doubles Championship with partner Rikus de Villiers ... ranked as high as No. 19 in the ITA Tennis Doubles Rankings with de Villiers ... finished the season ranked 29th with de Villiers in the final rankings ... defeated Matt Kecki, 6-4, 6-2, in the Bulldogs' NCAA Tournament match against eventual National Champion USC ... defeated Filipp Pogostkin, 6-1, 6-3, in the Bulldogs' 4-2 win over Boise State, that sent them to the WAC Championship match ... picked up a 6-1, 6-4 victory over Rice's Alexey Grigorov, to help Fresno State earn a trip to the ITA National Team Indoors Sweet 16 ... went undefeated in doubles action in the spring with partner Rikus de Villiers, with a record of 7-0 ... won three doubles matches at the Wave Invitational ... defeated teammates Taylor Leiby and Siddharth Alapati, 8-3, in the all-Fresno State final at the annual Bulldog Classic.

    2008-09 (Freshman): Second-team All-WAC selection in doubles ... defeated No. 117 Gregory Hirshman of Stanford, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 ... went 24-10 in singles and 26-8 in doubles ... advanced to the A Draw singles final at the UNLV Rebel Classic ... competed in the Bulldog Classic and ITA West-North Regional ... reached the finals of Flight A at the Bulldog Classic in doubles with de Villiers ... finished the season with a 24-6 singles record and 27-9 doubles record ... had three five-match winning streaks in singles during the season ... won seven-straight doubles matches during a stretch in the spring.

    Prior to Fresno State: Reached the semi-finals of the National Team Championships at age 15 ... competed in and won several junior tournaments.

    Personal: Born Jan. 15, 1990 ... parents are Eric and Dominique Boutillier ... has a brother, Jerome and a sister, Ines ... favorite athletes are Michael Jordan and Roger Federer ... admires his family for their support and always being there ... chose Fresno State because of the success of the tennis program, the great campus and the California weather.

    Career Singles Statistics

    YearOverallDualTourn
    2008-0924-1019-75-3
    2009-1024-722-42-3
    2010-1123-918-65-3
    2011-1228-722-47-3
    Totals99-3381-2119-12

    Career Doubles Statistics

    YearOverallDualTourn
    2008-0927-919-67-2
    2009-1029-422-47-0
    2010-1126-818-68-2
    2011-1221-1217-114-1
    Totals103-3376-2726-5
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