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Constant De La Bassetiere
Constant  De La Bassetiere


Reims, France

High School:
National Institute of Sport and Physical Education

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 165





Lions Eliminated from B1G Tourney

No. 49 Penn State dropped the quarterfinal match to No. 8 Illinois


De La Bassetiere, Lakoseljac Earn Conference Honors

Two Nittany Lions with All-Conference nods


MTEN Advances in B1G Championship

The Nittany Lions advance to the quarterfinals of the Championship tournament


Student-Athletes Honored at "The Nittanys" for Academic and Athletic Achievements

Women's Tennis Earns Highest Team GPA Award for Second Time This Decade


Men’s Tennis Falls to No. 46 Indiana

No. 49 Penn State knocked off in final match of the regular season

Fall 2017 (Junior): Constant had a successful fall season going 6-3 in singles and 5-3 proving his strength to the team. He was named team captain with Ben Lieb for the upcoming spring season. In his first tournament of the season at the Ivy Princeton Plus Invitational, Constant was his singles draw and then went on to win the doubles draw paired with Christian Lakoseljac. The Lakoseljac and De La Bassetiere duo were ranked No. 18 throughout the season. At the ITA Regionals, Constant advanced to the round of 16 in the singles main draw and to the quarterfinals of the doubles main draw with partner Lakoseljac. Constant entered the season ranked No. 118 in the ITAs and ended the season ranked No. 67.

2016-2017 (Sophomore): Constant proved to be a critical member of the team after a successful sophomore season. In the fall tournament season, Constant only made the trip to the ITA Regional Championships, but found success. He advanced to the quarterfinal round in singles. During the Regional Championships, Constant and Christian Lakoseljac won three out of their four matches and advanced to the semifinal round. In the spring season, Constant's successes continued by playing at the No. 1 spot every match. He upset two ranked opponents -- No. 74 Matic Spec of Minnesota and No. 27 Josh Hagar of Notre Dame. The Nittany Lion finished his singles dual season 10-10. During the spring, Constant and doubles partner Christian Lakoseljac played at the No. 1 spot. The duo upset No. 16 ranked Madarasz and Medinilla of Purdue.

2015-16 (Freshman): Constant De La Bassetiere came onto the team in January at the start of the second semester. Bassetiere posted a fantastic 15-6 singles record overall and maintained the No. 1, 2, and 3 singles positions all season. He really hit the ground running, winning his first nine matches, with No. 43 Dartmouth, No. 48 Old Dominion University, and No. 54 Cornell among those victories. After one dropped match, Bassetiere came back out on top to win six more straight matches. This six game streak featured wins against several ranked teams - No. 73 UNC Wilmington, No. 25 Michigan, No. 66 Nebraska, and No. 65 Iowa. Bassetiere also played in some doubles matches in the spring, finishing with a 10-7 record overall. Partnered with Laaribi, he defeated No. 52 Princeton, No. 73 UNC Wilmington, and No. 18 Illinois. He also partnered with Galush to defeat No. 65 Iowa and No. 50 Purdue.

Before Penn State: Constant De La Bassetiere comes into Penn State an established French tennis player, having played since he was four-years-old. Constant is currently ranked 95th in the world on the ITF rankings and the eight-time Champagne (France) Region Champion. At only 14-years-old, Constant won the Epitok-Abris Cup in Hungary, defeating the top ranked European player at that time. That same year, De La Bassetiere went on to be the singles quarterfinalist in the French Championship. The following year, 2013, Constant went back to the French Championship and took title. He won his first ITF Tournament in both singles and doubles at the age of 15. De La Bassetiere made the French National Team in 2014 and went on to win the European Championships. This past fall, Constant won the ITF singles title in Haifa, Israel.


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