Tennis

Schedule 2020

Date

Details

Time

Results

Feb. 2
U-High
(MANSHIP YMCA)
4:00

 

Feb. 5
Mount Carmel
(NEW ORLEANS)
4:00

 

Feb. 12
NEWMAN
(AUdobon Park)
4:00

 

Mar. 16 Mount Carmel
(MANSHIP YMCA)
4:00  
Mar. 20-21
McGill-Toolen
(MOBILE, AL)
TBA

 

Mar. 26-30
DECOTURF TOURNEY
(Chattanooga, TN)
TBA

 

MAR. 31
U-High
(TBD)
4:00

 

APR. 6
NEWMAN
(Audobon Park)
4:00

 

APR. 20-21
REGIONALS
(Baton Rouge)
TBD

 

APR. 27-28 STATE Meet
(Monroe, LA)
TBD  

 

Roster

Name

Grade

Lilly Cambias
Sophomore
Mary Dabadie
Junior
Mary Granier
Junior
Anne Scott Guglielmo
Sophomore
Madison Henderson
Senior
Lucy Laville
Senior
Gracie Lemoine
JUNIOR
SHOBE MANUEL
FRESHMAN
RENEE MEYERS JUNIOR
MIKALA NOONAN SENIOR
CAROLINE POUSSON FRESHMAN
EMERSON STAFFORD JUNIOR
CARLY VINCENT SENIOR

Collegiate Athletes

Graduation Year Name Team(s) or University
2019 Madison Cefalu Louisiana Tech University
2019 Camille Fremaux Millsaps College
2016 Natalie Toups Millsaps College
2010 Lauren Mira Vanderbilt University
2010 Megan Guidry New Jersey Institute of Technology
2009 Caroline Hitt Spring Hill College
2006 Stephanie Dellocono University of Southern Mississippi
2005 Courtney Meyers Centenary College
2003 Katie Westbrook Louisiana Tech University

Team History

2019

LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 2nd
Mikala Noonan and Camille Fremaux, State Doubles Runners-up
Coaches: Cindy Downs and Jason Noonan 

Post-Season Honors
LHSAA Division I All-Academic All-State Team: Emma Daniel, Camille Fremaux
All-Metro Tennis Team: Mary Dabadie, Carly Vincent, Mikala Noonan, Camille Fremaux, Madison Cefalu, Anne Scott Guglielmo

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winners: Camille Fremaux, Madison Cefalu, Emma Daniel, Lauren Laperouse, Nikki Manuel
Most Valuable Player: Anne Scott Guglielmo
Coach’s Award: Camille Fremaux

Of Note
Camille Fremaux will play tennis for Millsaps College, and Madison Cefalu will play for Louisiana Tech University.

2018

LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 1st
Mikala Noonan and Madison Cefalu, State Doubles Champions
Nikki Manuel and Madison Henderson, State Doubles Runners-up
Coaches: Cindy Downs and Jason Noonan 

Post-Season Honors
LHSAA Composite All-Academic Team: Abby Shortess
LHSAA Division I All-Academic All-State Team: Macy Heroman 
All-Metro Tennis Team: Madison Cefalu, Camille Fremaux, Madison Henderson, Nikki Manuel, Mikala Noonan, Carly Vincent 

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winners: Macy Heroman, Abby Shortess
Most Valuable Player: Mikala Noonan
Coach’s Award: Madison Henderson

2017

LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 1st
Camille Fremaux, State Singles Runner-up
Madison Cefalu/Mikala Noonan, State Doubles Runner-up
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 1st
Carly Vincent, Regional Singles Champ
Camille Fremaux, Regional Singles Runner-up
Madison Cefalu/Mikala Noonan, Regional Doubles Runner-up
Katie Stuart/Nikki Manuel, Regional Doubles Semifinalists
Kelly Pecot/Madison Henderson, Regional Doubles Semifinalists
Coaches: Gayle Kirwan and Jason Noonan 

Post-Season Honors
LHSAA/ISC Division I All-Academic All-State Team: Kelly Pecot, Katie Stuart
All-Metro Tennis Team: Camille Fremaux and Carly Vincent (singles); Madison Cefalu/Mikala Noonan and Katie Stuart/Nikki Manuel (doubles) 

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winners: Kelly Pecot, Katie Stuart
Most Valuable Player: Madison Cefalu
Coaches' Award: Camille Fremaux

2016

Season record: 23-0
LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 2nd
Hannah DiLeo/Madison Cefalu, State Semifinalist Doubles Team
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 1st
Camille Fremaux, Regional Singles Runner-up
Nikki Manuel, Regional Singles Semifinalist
Hannah DiLeo/Madison Cefalu, Regional Doubles Champions
Natalie Toups/Katie Stuart, Regional Doubles Semifinalists
Kelly Pecot/Abby Shortess, Regional Doubles Semifinalists
Coaches: Gayle Kirwan and Jason Noonan 

Post-Season Honors
All-Metro Team: Camille Fremaux, singles; Hannah DiLeo/Madison Cefalu and Natalie Toups/Katie Stuart, doubles
LHSAA/Exxon Mobil Division I All-Academic All-State Team: Claire Cordell, Hannah DiLeo, Sarah Miller, Natalie Toups 

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winner: Anna Claire Lusco
Most Valuable Player: Hannah DiLeo
Coaches' Award: Natalie Toups 

Individual Accomplishments
Natalie Toups will play tennis next year at Millsaps College

2015

Season record: 15-1
LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 3rd
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 1st
Hannah DiLeo, Regional Singles Runner-up
Natalie Toups/Marisa Noonan, Regional Doubles Champions
Camille Colomb/Katie Stuart, Regional Doubles Runners-up
Anna Claire Lusco/Kelly Pecot, Regional Doubles 3rd
Coaches: Gayle Kirwan and Jason Noonan 

Post-Season Honors
LHSAA/Exxon Mobil Division I All-Academic All-State Team: Claire Bienvenu, Camille Colomb, Elissa Nunnally, Allie Smith 

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winners: Claire Bienvenu, Camille Colomb, Marisa Noonan, Allie Smith
Most Valuable Player: Marisa Noonan
Coach’s Award: Camille Colomb

2014

Season record: White team: 12-0; Red team: 10-2
LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 3rd
Mackenzie Noonan, state semifinalist
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 1st
Mackenzie Noonan, Regional Singles Champion
Allie Smith/Marisa Noonan, Regional Doubles Champions
Claire Bienvenue/Katie Stuart, Regional Doubles Runner-up
Natalie Toups/Camille Colomb, Regional Doubles 3rd
Coaches: Gayle Kirwan and Jason Noonan 

Post-Season Honors
All-Metro Honorable Mention: McKenzie Noonan (singles); Marissa Noonan/Ally Smith (doubles)
LHSAA/Exxon Mobil All-Academic 5A Team: Lily Aguillard, Alli Bourgeois, Peyton Thompson 

Team Awards
4-Year Letters Winners: Mackenzie Noonan, Alli Bourgeois
Most Valuable Player: Mackenzie Noonan
Coach’s Award: Katie Stuart

2013

Regular season record: 26-2
LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 4th
Mackenzie Noonan: Advanced to semifinal round in singles
Allie Smith/Marisa Noonan: Advanced to quarterfinal round in doubles
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 1st
Mackenzie Noonan: 2nd in singles
Allie Smith/Marisa Noonan: 2nd in doubles
Additional state qualifiers: Claire Bienvenue/Camille Colomb and AnnaClaire Lusco/Devin Baxter in doubles; Ally Bridges in singles
Coaches: Gayle Kirwan and Jason Noonan 

Post-Season Honors
All-Metro: Mackenzie Noonan (singles); Allie Smith and Marissa Noonan (doubles); Claire Bienvenu and Mimi Guercio (doubles) 

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winner: Mimi Guercio
Coach’s Award: Devin Baxter
MVP: Mackenzie Noonan

2012

Regular season record: 23-0
LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 2nd
Marisa Noonan/Allie Smith: 2nd in doubles
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 1st
Mackenzie Noonan: 2nd in singles
Vandella Suico: 3rd in singles
Marisa Noonan/Allie Smith: 1st in doubles
Yvette Tabary/Mimi Guercio: 3rd in doubles
Additional state qualifiers: Helene Chastain/Emily Nunn in doubles
Coaches: Gayle Kirwan and Jason Noonan 

Post-Season Honors
All-Metro Singles: Mackenzie Noonan, Vandella Suico
All-Metro Doubles: Marisa Noonan/Allie Smith, Yvette Tabary/Mimi Guercio 

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winners: Mary Rolfsen, Emily Nunn, Kate Countryman
Most Valuable Players: Allie Smith, Marisa Noonan
Coaches’ Award: Claire Bienvenue
Captain’s Award: Mary Rolfsen
Senior Award: Olivia Dumestre, Carlie Vidrine, Yvette Tabary, Helene Chastaine, Mary Rolfsen, Emily Nunn, Kate Countryman

2011

Regular season record: 21-4
LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 3rd
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 2nd
Mackenzie Noonan: 2nd in singles
Coaches: Gayle Kirwan and Jason Noonan 

Post-Season Honors
All-Metro Singles: Mackenzie Noonan, Vandella Suico
All-Metro Doubles: Yvette Tabary/Mimi Guercio 

Team Awards
Most Valuable Player: Mackenzie Noonan
Coaches’ Award: Helene Chastain
Players’ Award: Mary Rolfsen (voted by teammates as contributing the most to the team)
Spirit Award: Mallory Gill
Most Improved Player: Kate Countryman

2010

Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 2nd
Megan Guidry: 2nd in singles
Additional state qualifiers: Emily Nunn in singles; Mimi Guercio/Yvette Tabary and Samantha Southard/Kelsy Southard in doubles
Coach: Gayle Kirwan 

Post-Season Honors
All-Metro Singles: Megan Guidry
All-Metro Doubles: Mimi Guercio/Yvette Tabary 

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winners: Lauren Mira, Mary Kathryn Romero
Coaches’ Award: Lynne Chapman
Most Valuable Player: Megan Guidry 

Individual Accomplishments
Lauren Mira signed scholarship papers to play tennis at Vanderbilt University.
Megan Guidry signed scholarship papers to play tennis at the New Jersey Institute of Technology next year.

2009

Regular season record: 16-0
LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 3rd
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 1st
Lauren Mira: 1st in singles
Caroline Hitt/Elisabeth Laughlin: 2nd
Additional state qualifiers: Megan Guidry, singles; Mimi Shoenfelt/Mary Kathryn Romero and Katelyn Bourgeois/Paige Saizon, doubles
Coach: Gayle Kirwan 

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winners: Caroline Hitt, Elisabeth Laughlin
Most Improved: Emily Nunn
Captain’s Award: Caroline Hitt
Coaches’ Award: Elisabeth Laughlin
Most Valuable Player: Lauren Mira 

Individual Accomplishments
Lauren Mira was named the Advocate’s Star of Stars for Tennis. Mira was named the Girls Junior Player of the Year (2005-2009) by the Louisiana Tennis Association.
Caroline Hitt signed scholarship papers to play tennis at Spring Hill College.

2008

Regular season record: 15-1
LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 2nd
Lauren Mira: 1st in singles
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 1st
Lauren Mira: 1st in singles
Megan Guidry: semifinals in singles
Additional state qualifiers: Holly Dellocono/Caroline Hitt, Elisabeth Laughlin/Mary Kathryn Romero, Mimi Shoenfelt/Taylor Mockler, doubles
Coach: Carol Boudreaux 

Post-Season Honors
All-Metro: Lauren Mira, singles (Most Valuable Player); Holly Dellocono/Elisabeth Laughlin, doubles (Most Valuable Players); Taylor Mockler/Mimi Shoenfelt, doubles
All-Metro Honorable Mention: Megan Guidry, singles 

Team Awards
Captain’s Award: Holly Dellocono
Co-Captain’s Awards: Elisabeth Laughlin, Caroline Hitt
Team Spirit Award: Katelyn Bourgeois
Coaches’ Award: Holly Dellocono
Most Valuable Player: Lauren Mira 

Individual Accomplishments
Lauren Mira was named the Advocate’s Star of Stars for Tennis.

2007

Regular season record: 13-0
LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 1st
Lauren Mira: 1st in singles
Mary Kate Rees/Elisabeth Laughlin: semifinals in doubles
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 1st
Lauren Mira: 1st in singles
Caroline Hitt: semifinals in singles
Mary Kate Rees/Elisabeth Laughlin: 2nd in doubles
Mimi Shoenfelt/Mary Kathryn Romero: semifinals in doubles
Coach: Carol Boudreaux 

Post-Season Honors
All-Metro: Lauren Mira (Most Valuable Player) and Caroline Hitt, singles; Stephanie Wong/Holly Dellocono and Mary Kate Rees/Elisabeth Laughlin, doubles 

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winner: Stephanie Wong
Captain’s Awards: Annie Hebert, Mary Kate Rees, Stephanie Wong
Team Spirit Award: Stephanie Wong
Coach’s Award: Mary Kate Rees
Most Valuable Player: Lauren Mira 

Individual Accomplishments
Lauren Mira was named the Advocate’s Star of Stars for Tennis.

2006

Regular season record: 14-1
LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 1st
Stephanie Dellocono: 1st in singles
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 1st
Stephanie Dellocono: 1st in singles
Caroline Hitt: 2nd in singles
Kristen Landry/Stephanie Wong: 1st in doubles
Annie Hebert/Mary Kate Rees: 2nd in doubles
Coach: Carol Boudreaux 

Post-Season Honors
All-Metro: Stephanie Dellocono and Caroline Hitt, singles; Kristen Landry/Stephanie Wong and Annie Hebert/Mary Kate Rees, doubles 

Team Awards
Captain’s Awards: Kristen Landry, junior Stephanie Wong
Newcomer of the Year: Caroline Hitt
Coach’s Award: Mary Kate Rees
Most Valuable Player: Stephanie Dellocono 

Individual Accomplishments
Stephanie Dellocono signed scholarship papers to play tennis at the University of Southern Mississippi.

2005

LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 5th
Adele Abboud/Kristen Landry: semifinalists in doubles
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 1st
Adele Abboud/Kristen Landry: second in doubles
Additional state qualifiers: Courtney Myers, singles; Jennifer Jeter/Stephanie Wong and Maura Boyle/Mary Kate Rees, doubles
Coach: Carol Boudreaux 

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winners: Adele Abboud, Jennifer Jeter
Captain’s Award: Adele Abboud
Most Improved Player: Mary Kate Rees
Team Performance Award: Stephanie Wong
Perseverance Award: Jennifer Jeter
Coach’s Award: Courtney Myers
Most Valuable Player: Adele Abboud 

Individual Accomplishments
Courtney Myers signed scholarship papers to play tennis at Centenary College.

2004

LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 2nd
Stephanie Dellocono: 2nd in singles
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 1st
Stephanie Dellocono: 1st in singles
Adele Abboud and Katy Ryan: 1st in doubles
Jennifer Jeter/Stephanie Wong: semifinals in doubles
Additional state qualifiers: Courtney Myers in singles; Elizabeth Hebert/Rachael Wong in doubles
Coach: Carol Boudreaux 

Post-Season Honors
All-Metro: Stephanie Dellocono and Courtney Myers, singles; Katy Ryan/Adele Abboud and Jennifer Jeter/Stephanie Wong, doubles 

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winner: Katy Ryan
Captain’s Award: Katy Ryan
Rookie of the Year: Stephanie Wong
Coach’s Award: Katy Ryan
Most Valuable Player: Stephanie Dellocono

2003

Regular season record: 10-1
LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 3rd
Stephanie Dellocono, 2nd in singles
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 1st
Stephanie Dellocono: 1st in singles
Katie Westbrook: 2nd in singles
Adele Abboud/Katy Ryan: 1st in doubles
Additional state qualifiers: Claire Dugas/Rachael Wong and Katie Ferrara/Jennifer Jeter, doubles
City League: 2nd
Coach: Carol Boudreaux 

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winner: Katie Westbrook
Captain’s Awards: Claire Dugas, Katie Westbrook
Coach’s Award: Elizabeth Hebert, Katy Ryan
Most Valuable Player: Katie Westbrook 

Individual Accomplishments
Katie Westbrook signed scholarship papers to play tennis at Louisiana Tech University.

2002

Regular season record: 9-3
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 1st
Adele Abboud/Katy Ryan: 1st in doubles
Coach: Carol Boudreaux 

Team Awards
Captain’s Award: Margo Town
Newcomer Award: Adele Abboud
Coach’s Award: Emily Anderson
Most Valuable Player: Katy Ryan 

Individual Accomplishment
National Consortium for Academics and Sports tennis selectee: Katie Westbrook

2001

Regular season record: 12-1 (7-0 in City League)
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: 1st
Katie Westbrook: 1st in singles
Baton Rouge Prep League Division I: 1st
Coach Carol Boudreaux 

Post-Season Honors
All-City League Team: Katie Westbrook, Ashley Allison, Katy Ryan, Lise Huggins, Claire Dugas 

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winner: Ashley Allison
Captain’s Awards: Ashley Allison, Lise Huggins
Coach’s Award: Beth Sansovich
Newcomer Award: Katy Ryan
Most Valuable Player: Katie Westbrook

2000

Regular season record: 10-4-1
Division I-Region II Tennis Tournament: Co-Champs
Baton Rouge Prep League Division I: 1st
Coach Carol Boudreaux 

Post-Season Honors
All-City League Team: Ashley Allison, Quin Ryan 

Team Awards
Captain’s Awards: Alexis Ferraro
Coach’s Award: Alexis Ferraro, Kate Deumite
Most Improved: Lise Huggins
Most Valuable Player: Ashley Allison, Quin Ryan

1999

Coach: Carol Boudreaux

Post-Season Honors
All-City League Team: Ashley Allison, Quin Ryan 

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winner: Lindsey Bromley
Captain’s Award: Leigh Ann Cangelosi
Coach’s Award: Lindsey Bromley, Laura Davis
Sportsmanship: Marissa Quijano
Most Valuable Player: Ashley Allison

1998

Coach: Carol Boudreaux

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winner: Lyndi LeBlanc, Emily McMakin
Captain’s Awards: Lyndi LeBlanc and Emily McMakin
Coach’s Award: Lyndi LeBlanc
Team Spirit: Kelly Nelson
Most Improved: Ashley Allison
Special Thanks: Margaret Deavers
Sportsmanship Award: Lyndsey Bromley, Laura Davis
Most Valuable Player: Emily McMakin

1997

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winner: Monique Schouest
Captain’s Awards: Jamie Messina, Monique Schouest
Coach’s Award: Emily McMakin
Team Spirit: Ashley D’Antoni
Most Improved: Lyndsay Culotta
Most Valuable Player: Emily McMakin

1996

Team Awards
Captain’s Awards: Elaine Aycock, Monique Schouest
Most Improved: Jamie Messina, Monique Schouest
Coach’s Award: Elaine Aycock
Team Spirit: Tricia Screen
Sportsmanship Award: Lyndi LeBlanc
Most Valuable Player: Emily McMakin

1995

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winner: Kate Brady
Most Improved: Elaine Aycock
Coach’s Award: Emily McMakin
Team Spirit: Jamie Messina, Monique Schouest
Most Valuable Player: Kate Brady, Chrissy LeBlanc

1994

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winners: Rachel Diel, Angelle Schouest
Captain’s Award: Rachel Diel
Most Improved: Elaine Aycock, Lindsay Morgan
Coach’s Award: Monique Schouest

1993

Team Awards
Captain’s Award: Sarah Davis
Coach’s Award: Rachel Diel
Most Improved: Kate Brady

1991

LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 1st
Jessica Boyce/Kristi Olivier: 1st in doubles 

Post-Season Honors
All District: Jessica Boyce, Amanda Broyles, Sally Calongne, Rachel Diel, Kristi Olivier, Rachel Pugh 

Team Awards
Captain’s Award: Jessica Boyce
Coach’s Award: Jessica Boyce
Most Improved: Chelsea Moore
Most Valuable Player: Jessica Boyce and Kristi Olivier

1990

LHSAA State Tennis Tournament: 1st
Sally Calogne: second in singles

1989

Team Awards
Most Improved: Yvette Creel, Julie Lawton
Coach’s Award: Amanda Broyles
Most Valuable Player: Sally Calogne

1988

Division I-AAAA State Tennis Tournament: 2nd
Division I-AAAA Regional Tennis Tournament: 1st
City Tournament: 1st 

Team Awards
Most Valuable Player: Lauren Sheppard

1987

Coach: Glen Randow

Team Awards
Most Valuable Player: Lauren Sheppard

1986

Coaches: Barbara Young, Meredith Truesdale

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winner: Scotty Rabb
Coach’s Award: Lauren Sheppard, Heather Couvillion

1985

Coaches: Barbara Piazza, Meredith Truesdale

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winner: Yvonne Fenasci
Coach’s Award: Yvonee Fenasci
Most Valuable Player: Erin Kirby

1984

Division I-AAA State Tennis Tournament: 1st
Coach: Barbara Piazza 

Team Awards
4-Year Letter Winners: Janny Gauthier, Jeanne Fenasci
Most Valuable Player: Erin Kirby

1983

Coach: Sister Wanda

Team Awards
Outstanding Leadership/Most Valuable Player: Dina DePaula, Angelle Graves

1979

Division I-AAA State Tennis Tournament: 2nd

Team Awards
Most Valuable Player: Susan Gerald

1978

Division I-AAA State Tennis Tournament: 2nd
Division I-AAA Regional Tennis Tournament: 1st

1977

Division I-AAA State Tennis Tournament: 2nd

Coach

Head Coach
Jason Noonan
 
Faculty Moderator
Cindy Downs
downsc@sjabr.org
(225) 388-2323

Championship Teams

State Champions
2018, 2017, 2007, 2006, 1991, 1990, 1984

State Runners-up
2019, 2016, 2012, 2008, 2004, 1988, 1979, 1978, 1977

Questions?

For questions about SJA Athletics, please contact our Athletic Director:

Athletic Director
Dorinda Beaumont
beaumontd@sjabr.org
(225) 388-2290
 
If you have additional information about athletics at SJA, please contact our Assistant to the Athletic Director:

Assistant to the Athletic Director
Nan Murtagh
murtaghn@sjabr.org
(225) 388-2330