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  Jerome LeBelicard
School: Mississippi State University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Nice
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High School: Parc Imperial
Height: 6-7
Weight: 195 lbs.
Birth Date: Thursday, January 24, 1980
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Marketing
Singles Record: 38-64
Doubles Record: 46-45
Tall and lanky player from France who enters the final season of his collegiate career...Has achieved a top 75 ranking during his career...Will be a presence in the Bulldog lineup again this spring...Is 49-64 for his career in singles and a solid 56-50 in doubles...Hails from Nice, the same hometown as former MSU all-American and national No. 1 Laurent Orsini...Height lends to a big serve...Another strength is his backhand and ability to stay calm in pressure situations...Very powerful overall...An Academic all-SEC honoree once during his time at MSU.

2002-03 (SENIOR):
Enters the spring ranked 52nd nationally in doubles with Rene-Charles Combette.
FALL--Struggled a bit during the semester in terms of results, going just 1-8 in singles...Lone win came at the Southern Intercollegiate Scramble (Athens, GA)...Did manage a 5-6 doubles mark...Was 4-4 with Rene-Charles Combette...The duo came one win away from qualifying for the main draw of the ITA All-American Hardcourt Championships (Chattanooga, TN).

2001-02 (JUNIOR):
Held a national doubles ranking of 53rd with partner Luiz Carvalho early in the year.
FALL--Notched a solid fall in both singles (9-4) and doubles (8-4)...Reached the finals of the Citizens Bank Clay Court Championships (Johnson City, TN) to open the semester...Went 3-1 in prequalifying at the All-American Hardcourt Championships (Stone Mountain, GA), missing the qualifying rounds by one match...Played all doubles matches with partner Luiz Carvalho...The tandem made the round of 16 at the Southern Collegiate Championships (Athens, GA)...The pair went 4-0 in the prequalifying stages of the All-American Hardcourt Championships (Stone Mountain, GA) to advance to qualifying...The duo also reached the semifinals of the Omni Hotels Southern Regional Championships (Knoxville, TN), two wins shy of advancing to the National Indoor Championships (Dallas, TX).
SPRING--Played 21 singles dual matches for State, seeing action mainly at the #2-4 positions...Went 8-13 in those matches, including a 3-2 mark at #2...Was 9-11 in doubles for the Bulldogs in team play, seeing time primarily at the #2 and 3 spots in the lineup.

2000-01 (SOPHOMORE):
Ranked 86th prior to the fall season and just missed staying in the top 100 entering the spring...12-21 overall in singles on the year, 21-13 in doubles...An Academic all-SEC selection for the year.
FALL--Was 10-11 in singles during the autumn, but went 10-6 after an 0-5 start to the term...Qualified for the All-American Hardcourt Championships (Stone Mountain, GA), reaching the second round in the first Collegiate Grand Slam appearance of his career...Also had a win over a top 20 player...Was also 7-7 during the fall in doubles, pairing with three different partners...Reached the quarterfinals of the ITA Region III Indoor Championships (Athens, GA) with Rene-Charles Combette...Also competed with Max Fomine for a 4-2 record, including a Flight A semifinal showing at the Middle Tennessee Fall Invitational (Murfreesboro, TN) and the Division II quarterfinals at the Southern Collegiate Championships (Athens, GA).
SPRING--Struggled a bit in singles during spring competition, notching just a 2-9 singles record in team matches, playing primarily at the No. 3 position...One of those two wins aided MSU in its NCAA First Round victory over Middle Tennessee...Was very solid in doubles for the Bulldogs in the spring, however, going 13-6 in dual matches with three different partners, 7-2 in the SEC.

1999-2000 (FRESHMAN):
Solid first year on the college level...Went 19-16 overall in singles, 13-15 in doubles...Held national singles rankings as high as 74th during the year, maintaining a top 100 rating for half of the season.
FALL--Notched 13-3 singles and 5-5 doubles records during the term...His singles mark was the best for MSU by wins and winning percentage...Was a semifinalist in his first collegiate tournament at the Middle Tennessee Fall Classic (Murfreesboro, TN)...One of just four players to post a 3-0 or better mark at the Charles Fluitt Collegiate Classic (Lexington, KY)...Was also perfect at the Mississippi Invitational (Oxford, MS), including a victory over the nation's 50th-ranked player...A consolation quarterfinalist at the Arizona State Thunderbirds Invitational (Tempe, AZ)...Ended the term with a round of 16 showing at the ITA Region III Indoor Championship (Athens, GA)...Teamed with David Ruiz to reach the doubles quarterfinals of the Region III event...Paired with fellow freshman Charles Sevigny for a 2-0 mark at the Fluitt Classic, including a top 35 triumph.
SPRING--Played in 18 of MSU's 20 dual matches in his rookie season with the team...6-12 in singles dual matches for the Bulldogs, playing mainly at the #3 and #4 positions...Four of the losses were in third-set contests...Teamed with David Ruiz to go 8-6 in dual match doubles action as well.

Attended Parc Imperial school in Nice...Was a two-time French junior singles finalist in the 18-and-under age group in his region of Cote-Azur.

Jerome Le Belicard was born January 24, 1980, in Nice, France...The son of Jean-Jacques and Renee Le Belicard...Says he likes the talents of pro stars Gustavo Kuerten, Marcelo Rios and Richard Krajicek...Likes to cycle and ski in his spare time...A marketing major at MSU.


Season		#1	#2	#3	#4	#5	#6	Dual	SEC	Overall	Pct.
Fall 2002	--	--	--	--	--	--	--	--	1-8	.111
2001-02		--	3-2	2-4	3-6	0-1	--	8-13	2-9	17-19	.472
2000-01		--	0-1	1-5	0-2	1-0	0-1	2-9	0-6	12-21	.364
1999-2000	1-0	--	2-7	3-5	--	--	6-12	3-7	19-16	.543
TOTALS		1-0	3-3	5-16	6-13	1-1	0-1	16-34	5-22	49-64	.434


Season		#1	#2	#3	Dual	SEC	Overall	Pct.
Fall 2002	--	--	--	--	--	5-6	.455
2001-02		0-1	4-5	5-5	9-11	3-6	17-16	.515
2000-01		--	6-5	7-1	13-6	7-2	21-13	.618
1999-2000	0-1	4-4	4-4	8-9	4-5	13-15	.464
TOTALS		0-2	14-14	16-10	30-26	14-13	56-50	.528