Every Nevada sport represented on graduation list.
Nevada versus San Diego State - MW Championship
Nevada vs. Utah State - MW Championship
Nevada Men's Tennis vs. Seattle Men's Tennis at Caughlin Athletic Club on March 14, 2014. All photos credit Jake Ward.
The men's 2011-12 team in action
At Nevada: 2013-14 (Senior):Mege helped to pace the team in his senior season in 2013-14, as he was 24-11 in singles play ... He posted a 14-8 dual action record, and his best mark came from court three where he was 9-5 ... His 24 win season gives him 46 in his career, good enough for eighth place in men's career singles victories at Nevada ... In doubles play, he recorded an 11-8 record with partner Moez Chargui.2012-13 (Junior): Co-captain Mege recorded an 8-10 season in his junior year with Nevada, with a 7-12 dual play record. In conference play, he notched a 2-4 mark. In doubles action, he recorded a 10-10 mark. He played primarily in the No. 2 slot, and is expected to be there again this season. "Mege will be a solid force as co-captain in the line up and will definitely bring a strong experience level to the underclassmen," head coach Erik Burton said.2011-12: (Sophomore) Competed in 20 of Nevada's 21 dual matches going 7-14 in singles play and 7-11 in doubles play with a bevy of partners ... Closed the season on a two-match winning streak, which tied for his longest in 2011-12 ... Also posted a 4-4 singles record during the Spring season. 2010-11: (Freshman) Was a consistent member of the Nevada lineup in his first season in the silver and blue ... Totaled seven singles wins ... First career win came in his first career match, January 14 in a neutral site contest with UC Riverside ... Defeated Michael Conroy 6-0, 6-1 ... Part of Nevada's comeback win against USF, with a straight-set victory at No. 4 singles ... Won nine doubles matches with Wessim Derbel and 14 overall.
Prior to Nevada: Attended La Vanade in Villeneuve-Loubet, France ... Lists tennis as his main sport.
Personal: Son of Laurence Maisetti and Fabrice Mege ... Has three brothers, Alexandre, Etienne and Sacha Mege ... Ages 24, 14 and 5 ... Chose the University because friends had attended in the past and spoke highly of the community and coaching staff ... Looking forward to living so close to Lake Tahoe ... Lists one of his sports heroes as Louis Louchart.