Youssef Fassi-Fehri
Youssef Fassi-Fehri


Fes, Morocco

High School:
Jean-Marc Boivin



2008-09: Played in a career-high 31 singles matches ... second team All-America East at No. 4 singles ... finished 18-13 overall ... perfect 5-0 record at No. 3 singles ... Academic All-America East ... America East Academic Honor Roll and Commissioner's Honor Roll ... ITA Scholar-Athlete ... won three singles matches at the ITA Regional Championships in the fall ... season-high singles win streak was five matches in the spring ... first team All-America East at No. 3 doubles with partner Mitch Wong ... duo finished 11-6 overall ... that was the most wins on the team in doubles ... at No. 3 the pairing finished 8-3 and was undefeated in America East matches ... awarded SBU's Senior Scholar-Athlete award.

2007-08: Finished with a 14-10 singles record ... split his time between Nos. 2, 3 and 4 positions ... had 4-1 records at both Nos. 3 and 4 ... America East Academic Honor Roll ... advanced to the finals of the Cornell Invitational and the quarterfinals of the UConn Invitational ... qualified for the ITA Indoor Regionals ... 10-11 in doubles play ... teamed with Ilan Shvartz as the team's primary No. 2 team in the spring ... the duo also captured their flight's title at the UConn Invitational with an 8-6 victory over a team from Bucknell (9/30).

2006-07: Second team All-America East at #2 singles ... had a 17-12 singles mark, including a 4-0 record in conference action ... second on the team in wins ... undefeated in play at #4 during the season at 4-0 ... advanced to the quarterfinals in the consolation bracket of the ITA Northeast Championships ... picked up Stony Brook's only victory in the America East final against UMBC, taking a 6-3, 6-2 win at #2 ... had a 5-16 record in doubles play ... teamed with Jon Epstein to go 3-1 in #3 action, including a 2-0 mark in conference play.

2005-06: Earned Rookie of the Year honors and first team All-America East honors as he helped his team to an America East Championship and NCAA bid ... only freshman to make all-conference team ... faced Gruendler in #4 singles and Dehaine and Drean with Kortum in #3 doubles vs. UCLA in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... named to America East All-Championship team in #4 singles and #3 doubles ... beat Martinez of Binghamton in straight sets in conference final ... competed at #4 singles and #3 doubles for most of the season... had an overall record of 14-6 in singles and 13-8 in doubles.

High School: Attended Lycee Jean-Narci Boivin in Paris, France.

Personal: Born Youssef Fassi-Fehri on March 5, 1986 ... son of Fassi Fehri Maria and Fassi Fehri Ali ... has two brothers ... a multidisciplinary studies major.