June 11, 2014
The Wolf Pack flirted with national rankings all season long and capped off the year as the No. 67 team in the country according to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. Nevada also finished as the No. 5 team in the ITA Mountain Region. Ouvrard helped to lead the way with his doubles partner Allan, as the duo finished the season ranked No. 60.
"We had a great year and these two helped our team in every way that they could," said Erik Burton, Nevada men's tennis head coach. "They were leaders both on and off the court, and deserve all of the accolades they received."
Ouvrard and Allan wrapped up 2013-14 as the No. 2 doubles pair in the ITA Mountain Region. The duo was ranked as high as No. 32 during the season, and notched the Mountain West automatic qualifying bid to the NCAA National Doubles tournament in Athens, Ga. with a 21-5 record. They were defeated in the round of 32 by Alexis Heugas and Nick Jones of Virginia Commonwealth.
Ouvrard also led the team in singles play, finishing the season 23-5 en route to being named the 2013-14 Mountain West Men's Tennis Player of the Year, and the ITA Mountain Region Senior Player of the Year. He finished the year as the top singles player in the ITA Mountain Region, while Moez Chargui finished at No. 14 in singles action.