Maximilien Blancaneaux
Maximilien  Blancaneaux

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Paris, France

High School:
Notre Dame de Sion

Last College:
Cypress Col.

Height:
6-0

Experience:
TR

01/18/2018

Broncos Open Season Against the Big Ten

Boise State begins team dual season with a pair of home contests against Northwestern and No. 17 Michigan this Sunday and Monday.

01/14/2018

Bedolo and DeMulling Win to Close NCTC

The Bronco doubles team won Sunday morning to finish 2-1 at the National Collegiate Tennis Classic.

01/13/2018

Bedolo Leads Broncos on Day Two of NCTC

The Freshman from Italy won his singles match in straight sets.

01/12/2018

DeMulling Leads Broncos at NCTC Friday

Boise State experiences mixed results on first day of National Collegiate Tennis Classic.

01/11/2018

Patton Adds Three Newcomers to Roster

Patton Announces three newcomers to the squad who will represent Boise State at the National Collegiate Tennis Classic this weekend.

2017-18 | JUNIOR SEASON

Did not play collegiately during the fall semester before transferring to Boise State in January of 2018.

2016-17 | SOPHOMORE SEASON

HONORS: Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) / California Junior College All-American in singles and doubles ... Orange Empire Conference (OEC) Player of the Year and a member of the OEC Co-Doubles Team of the Year - Note, Boise State teammate Wyatt DeMulling was on the other doubles team ... ITA California JUCO Sophomore Player of the Year ... California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) Scholar Athlete Award for achieving a 3.5 GPA or higher.

HIGHLIGHTS: Played for Cypress College (Calif.) where he finished the year ranked second in singles and third in doubles by the ITA/CCCAA ... helped lead Cypress College Chargers to the Southern California Regional Championship match before falling to Irvine Valley ... team finished season ranked second in the final CCCAA state poll ... team went 18-7 overall and 8-2 in conference to place second ... advanced to the CCCAA State Singles Championship Tournament where he reached the quarterfinals with three-consecutive straight-set victories beginning with Ivan Martinez from San Diego City 6-1, 6-0 in the round of 64, followed by wins over Dimitrije Vukovic from the College of the Desert 6-0, 6-1 in the round of 32 and Aleks Trifunovic of Cerritos College 6-0, 6-0 in the round of 16 before falling in a tough two-set affair 7-5, 7-6(5) to Lucas Lesoeur of Irvine Valley in the quarterfinals ... in doubles he and partner Vincent Reynaud went 4-1 at the CCCAA Doubles State Championship, which included defeating future Boise State teammate Wyatt DeMulling and his partner Chris Politiek of Irvine Valley 6-4, 5-7, 1-0 (10-5) in the quarterfinals to advance to the semifinals where they loss to the top-seeded team from Cerritos College 6-4, 7-5.

2015-16 | FRESHMAN SEASON

Played spring semester for Jacksonville College (JC) of Texas ... finished ranked No. 4 nationally in singles by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) ... won the NJCAA regional championship for No. 1 singles and reached the national semifinals ... the team began the season ranked 21st nationally before finishing at No. 9 ... standout in the classroom earning a 4.0 GPA.

JUNIOR TENNIS

Was ranked No. 1 in France as a youth for U12s ... ranked in top-50 in Europe for U14s.

PERSONAL

He is the older brother of Geoffrey Blancaneaux who won the 2016 Roland Garros Junior French Championship in singles and is currently playing on the pro-circuit where he is ranked in the ITF’s top-300 for singles.

ACADEMICS

Majoring in Social Science with a double minor in Psychology and Economics.


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