Play begins Thursday
At Nevada: 2013-14 (Senior):Ouvrard finished his collegiate career in 2013-14 with a career best 23-5 record in singles action ... With a 19-1 record in dual action, Ouvrard was 11-1 from court one, and finished Mountain West action unbeaten at 6-0 ... His 23 season victories gives him 70 for his career, good enough for second place in singles victories at Nevada (first place Laurent Garcin, 72) ... His 23 wins also ties him for fifth place in singles victories in a season ... Recorded a 21-5 doubles record with Robert Allan, a 16-3 dual action record, and was 11-3 from court one ... The 21 wins gives the pair the most doubles victories in a single season, breaking a 10-year-old mark ... Ouvrard and Allan also posted 27 wins together, giving them the lead in career doubles victories at Nevada, also a ten-year-old mark ... Ouvrard was named the Men's Mountain West Player of the Year in 2013-14, as well as being named the ITA Mountain Region Senior Player of the Year ... He earned his second Mountain West All-Conference singles team honor, and the first Mountain West All-Conference doubles team honor in his career ... The duo earned an automatic qualifying bid to the NCAA Championships, a first in Nevada tennis history, but fell in the round of 32.2012-13 (Junior): Co-captain Ouvrard held down the No. 1 singles spot for the Pack and notched an 18-12 season en route to being named an All-Mountain West singles team for the first time. He was 9-9 in dual play, and 2-3 in conference play. He was 16-11 in doubles action, 11 victories with partner Fernando Sunago. He is expected to return to the No. 1 position for the Pack in the upcoming season. "Victor will be a definite force as co-captain and leader of this team. His presence is huge for our success," head coach Erik Burton said.2011-12: (Sophomore) Played in the second singles spot for the majority of his second season at Nevada, going 19-11 overall to post a career high in wins ... Was 13-8 in dual play to notch a second-team all-WAC singles honor, the first of his career ... Played the majority of his doubles matches with WAC Freshman of the Year Moez Echargui, as the pair went 9-8 ... Also notched four wins without a loss when he played with Jordan Rozenfeld. 2010-11: (Freshman) Nevada's strongest newcomer during the 2010-11 season ... Posted 10 singles wins against 12 losses for the second most victories on the team ... Played most of his doubles matches with senior Kristian Kuharszky at Doubles No. 1 and No. 2, where the pair went 2-3 and 5-4 respectively ... Totaled 11 doubles wins between the Fall and Spring seasons ... Earned his first career singles victory in a 4-3 victory over UC Riverside January 14, defeating Austin Andres 6-2, 6-4.
Prior to Nevada: Attended Lycee Jeanne D'Albret in Saint Germain en Laye, France ... Tennis was his only sport.
Personal: Son of Isabelle and Laurent Ouvrard ... Has one sister Capucine ... Lists his sports hero as Roger Federer ... Also Usain Bolt ... Lists his hobbies as listening to music, playing soccer ... Looks forward to going home when he can to visit friends and family.