Mathieu Froment
Mathieu Froment


Longwy, France

High School:
lycée Cned



Season in Review: 2014-15

The Minnesota men's tennis team went 21-8 and won a Big Ten title in 2014-15


Seven Gophers Named Academic All-Big Ten

Four members of the men's tennis team received their third-career honor


Six Gophers Earn Academic All-District Honors

Hannah Brandt, Jessica Flakne, Mathieu Froment, Michael Kroells, Lindsay Mable and Jessica Plant were named to this year's Capital One Academic All-District At-Large Team.


Six Gophers Earn Academic All-District Honors

Hannah Brandt, Jessica Flakne, Mathieu Froment, Michael Kroells, Lindsay Mable and Jessica Plant were named to this year's Capital One Academic All-District At-Large Team.


Gophers Oust Michigan With 4-0 Victory

Minnesota will play Ohio State in the Big Ten Tournament semifinal Saturday at noon CT


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Finished the season 14-13 in singles and 19-13 in doubles • earned CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District 6 honors and garnered a U of M top five award for having one of the top five grade point averages among University of Minnesota male student-athletes • Academic All-Big Ten • in the spring, went 9-9 in singles and 13-10 in doubles • went 7-2 in both singles and doubles in Big Ten play • won eight of nine singles matches from March 18 through April 17 • survived multiple match points to rally for a match-clinching win against No. 3 Illinois, defeating Blake Bazarnik at No. 6 singles by a 3-6, 6-4, 7-6 (2) score (April 17) • finished 36th in the national doubles rankings alongside fellow senior Jack Hamburg after going 11-10 together in the spring • tandem defeated five ranked opponents, including 12th-ranked Arjun Kadhe and Jakob Sude of Oklahoma State (Feb. 1) and No. 4 Ralf Steinbach and Kevin Metka of Ohio State at the Big Ten Tournament (April 25) • 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 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 14-13 19-13
Career Totals 60-60 64-40


Men's Tennis Adds Lovitt, Ogilvy


The University of Minnesota men's tennis team signed Eli Ogilvy and George D. Lovitt to NLIs for the 2016-17 season.

Weber Finishes Second at Lakewood


Ruben Weber finished second at Lakewood while Matic Spec and Felix Corwin picked up a consolation win in doubles at the NIIC.

Gophers Closing Out Fall Season


Felix Corwin and Matic Spec are heading to the NIIC to compete in doubles while four other Gophers wrap up their season at Lakewood Ranch, Fla.

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