Henri Landes
Henri  Landes


San Anselmo, Calif.

High School:
Lycee La Perouse HS '04




Three Aggies Named to ITA Academic Honor Roll

Whittle earns third career award as an Aggie; Lam (second) and Pham (first) also honored


Aggies' trio earns ITA scholar-athlete honors

Whittle honored for the second straight season; Bacharach and Lam pick up first career honors


Bacharach earns Big West weekly honors

Senior's unbeaten week clinches award for the second time in his career


McKelvie honored; Aggies ranked No. 57

UC Davis junior finishes 4-0 in singles, helps Aggies to 3-1 record during busy week


Aggies' Whittle named 2015 ITA Scholar-Athlete

UC Davis sophomore becomes first Aggie honored since 2012

2006-07: Posted 5-6 doubles mark, mostly with Casey McMakin (4-4, all in duals)... Also went 1-1 with Michael Reiser during Santa Clara Bronco Classic... Had 2-13 singles record, 1-10 in duals... Lone dual victory was split-set win at No. 3 position vs. UC Irvine's Shimpei Suzuki.

2005-06: Led Aggies with 17-9 record in singles, including 12-7 in duals... Played mostly at No. 5 (4-3) and No. 6 (6-1) slots... Went 3-1 at Santa Clara's Bronco Classic in fall, advancing to White singles final... Posted 1-3 doubles record, pairing with three different teammates... Lone win (with Jordan Combs) was a 9-8 victory against Luis Gonzalez/Scott Kennel of Portland at Bronco Classic.

2004-05: Went 3-4 in singles, picking up all three wins at ITA Northwest Regionals... Lost second-round match to Cal's Tyler Browne, then defeated Portland's Colby Jaeger and Sacramento State's William McAllister in consolation draw... Finished 2-5 in doubles, all with Daniel Elefant... Elefant/Landes beat USF's tandem of Kienle/Huetternberger at No. 3 slot.

LYCEE LA PEROUSE '04: Won Natomas Junior Open and Mills College Junior Open in 2004... Also advanced to finals of Solano, Paradigm and McKinley junior open tournaments... Played two years of basketball, serving as team captain in 2002.

PERSONAL: Born in New York, N.Y.... Dean's List student, majoring in history... Parents are James Landes and Anne Mairesse... Career highlight was beating Aaron Klapper at the 2004 Seascape Labor Day Excellence tournament after being down a set and two break points... Claims "modest" career goals: to win a Grand Slam, an Academy Award, become U.S. President and serve as an international pacifier.