Mathieu Froment  
Mathieu  Froment


Longwy, France

High School:
lycée Cned



Minnesota Tops Purdue, Stays Perfect at Home

The Gophers defeated the Boilermakers, 4-0, to move to 13-5 overall and 9-0 at home


Minnesota Sweeps No. 45 Iowa, 7-0

The Gophers are now 11-5, including 2-0 in the Big Ten and 8-0 at home


Gophers Upset No. 24 Oklahoma State, 4-1

Minnesota extended its winning streak to four matches


Minnesota Earns Two 6-1 Victories

The Gophers downed Green Bay and No. 51 Dartmouth by 6-1 scores at the Baseline Tennis Center Friday


Minnesota Takes Down Michigan, 4-1

The Gophers won twice in doubles and three time in singles en route to their third win


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Went 5-4 in singles and 6-3 in doubles in the fall • three of four singles losses and two of three doubles losses came against ranked opponents • competed at the 2014 Saint Francis Health System ITA Men's All-American Championships, going 0-2 in singles qualifying and 1-1 in doubles (Sept. 29-Oct. 3) • reached the quarterfinal round at the ITA Central Region Championships, upsetting No. 55-ranked Jakob Sude of Oklahoma State in three sets along the way (Oct. 9-13) • defeated opponents from Michigan State and Ohio State at the Big Ten Indoor Championships to reach the singles quarterfinals (Oct. 31-Nov. 2) • played all nine fall doubles matches with fellow senior Jack Hamburg as the No. 11-ranked tandem in the nation • downed No. 28 Jordan Angus and Filip Vittek of San Diego State, 3-6, 7-6 (19), 1-0 (1), before falling to No. 1 Mikelis Libietis and Hunter Reese of Tennessee at the All-American Championships (Oct. 2-3) • duo reached the semifinal at the ITA Central Region Championships (Oct. 9-13) and placed third at the Big Ten Indoor Championships (Oct. 31).

Recipient of the Bob McNamara Unsung Player of the Year Award for the second-straight year • Big Ten Distinguished Scholar • earned a Top Five Award at the 2014 Golden Goldys for having one of the top five grade point averages among University of Minnesota male student-athletes • ITA Scholar-Athlete • finished the season with a 16-14 singles record and a 24-7 doubles record • in the spring, went 12-8 in singles with marks of 10-8 at No. 4 and 2-0 at No. 3 • posted a 7-2 ledger in Big Ten singles play • went 9-5 at the Baseline Tennis Center and 7-4 in three-set matches • went 13-5 in spring doubles, going 13-3 with Jack Hamburg • duo went 24-5 overall together and reached No. 16 in the ITA national rankings, finishing at No. 35 • tandem named an alternate pairing for the 2014 NCAA doubles championships • defeated 17th-ranked Casey McMaster and Denis Nguyen of Harvard, 6-4 (Feb. 8) as part of an 11-match winning streak from Jan. 25 to March 28 • went 4-6 in fall singles • with Hamburg, went 11-2 in fall doubles • pair reached USTA/ITA Regional Championships with four wins, including an 8-4 win over 35th-ranked Guillermo Alcorta and Axel Alvarez Limas of Oklahoma (Oct. 18-21) • went 4-0 at the Gopher Invitational with Hamburg, including an 8-6 victory over No. 46 Filip Dzanko and David Vieyra of DePaul (Oct. 31-Nov. 3) • tandem reached Lakewood Ranch Invitational championship (Nov. 8-10).

Named Bob McNamara Unsung Player of the Year Award • Big Ten Distinguished Scholar • ITA Scholar-Athlete •posted a 17-16 overall singles record and went 18-14 in overall doubles • went 5-4 at the third position and 6-8 at the fourth position • marked a 5-6 record against conference opponents • had key victories in the team's upsets over No. 14 Washington, No. 26 Northwestern, and No. 19 Illinois • Defeated Michal Voscek in the NCAA first round match against VCU • partnered with Jack Hamburg for the spring dual season and tallied a 7-8 record (4-5 Big Ten) while playing as the Gophers top duo • had a 5-4 singles record in fall 2012 season • reached the quarterfinal of the Lakewood Ranch Invitational (Nov. 9-11) before losing to Gordon Watson of Florida • with partner Rok Bonin, defeated powerhouse duo Anis Ghorbel/James McKie of Drake in the Gopher Invitational (Nov. 1-4) • the duo finished first in their flight of doubles at the Gopher Invitational (Nov. 1-4) • with Juan Pablo Ramirez, fell to Gordon Watson/Billy Federhofer of Florida in the final round of doubles competition at the Lakewood Ranch Invitational.

ITA Scholar-Athlete • went 13-17 overall in singles (7-8 in dual matches and 6-9 in fall competition) • was 5-7 in matches that needed three sets, but won his last three matches that required an extra set • combined to go 3-6 in doubles (all matches were played in the fall) with Phillip Arndt (0-1), Juan Pablo Ramirez (1-2) and Julian Dehn (2-3) • his fall was highlighted with a win against No. 76 Joshua Graves of Northwestern at the Big Ten Indoors in Iowa City, Iowa (Oct. 29-31) • in doubles, defeated 41st-ranked Marc Bruche and Will Vasos of Iowa at Big Ten Indoors alongside Juan Pablo Ramirez • went 3-3 at No. 5 singles during dual matches and 4-5 at the sixth position • was 4-3 in Big Ten play and his biggest win in the conference was a 5-7, 6-3, 1-0 (8) win against Connor Smith of No. 3 Ohio State (April 8) at six singles (Smith was 30-7 on the season and 9-1 in the Big Ten).

Studied at lycée Cned in France • played in five international tournaments in 2011 • made it to the quarterfinals of the Swiss Junior Trophy tournament and the third round City of Florence International Tournament in Italy in 2010 • won the ITF Brussels International Junior Tournament in 2009 in Belgium • advanced to the third round of the Heiveld (Belgium) Indoor Junior Championships and the quarterfinals of the Luxembourg Outdoor Junior Open and the Leeuwenbergh Open in the Netherlands in 2009 • reached quarterfinals of the 16-U BATD Cup in Brussels and the Chambon sur Lignon (France) International Tournament in 2008.

Majoring in finance and risk management insurance• can play the violin and the piano • most memorable sports thrill was winning the Brussels International Junior Tournament • son of Daniel and Isabelle Froment • born Jan. 29, 1992.

Mathieu Froment's Career Statistics
Season Singles Doubles
2011-12 13-17 3-6
2012-13 17-16 18-14
2013-14 16-14 24-7
2014-15 5-4 6-3
Career Totals 51-51 51-30