|High School:||Laurel Springs HS|
2017 LSU Graduate
2017 All-SEC Second Team
2017 LSWA All-Louisiana First Team
2017 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2016 ITA Doubles All-American
2016 All-SEC Second Team
2016 LSWA All-Louisiana Second Team
2016 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2015 ITA Doubles All-American
2015 All-SEC First Team
SENIOR SEASON (2016-17)
Played the No.1 position for the third consecutive season in both singles and doubles … Earned Second Team All-SEC Honors after notching a 13-11 overall record with 12 wins on court one … Competed in the NCAA Singles tournament for the second consecutive season … Rounded out the season ranked 37th in singles … Defeated seven ranked opponents throughout the season, including victories against #8 Alfredo Perez (Florida), #16 Will Bushamuka (Kentucky), #32 Timo Stodder (Tennessee), #52 Gabriel Freidrich (South Carolina), #54 Daniel Valent (Vanderbilt), #55 Sasha Gozun (South Florida) and #70 Ryan Peniston (Memphis) … Tallied 38 singles victories during his career and earned wins against 13 ranked opponents during his career, including one victory against a top-10 opponent … Clinched the match against Lamar with a 6-3, 7-6(0) win against Michael Feucht … Partnered with Justin Butsch for his final season and compiled a 15-12 overall record, finishing the season ranked 27th in doubles … Collected six wins against ranked opponents, including Georgia’s #8 Jan Zielinski and Robert Loeb, Auburn’s #15 Max Hinnisdaels and Conner Huertas, Texas A&M’s #23 AJ Catanzariti and Arthur Rinderknech, Kentucky’s #31 Beck Pennington and Enzo Wallart, Vanderbilt’s #52 Lachlan McPhee and Billy Rowe and Tulane’s #88 Sebastian Rey and Chi-Shan Jao … Compiled 16 career doubles wins against ranked opponents in his career … Earned LSWA All-Louisiana Honors for the second consecutive season … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll … Graduated in May 2017 with a degree in sport administration.
JUNIOR SEASON (2015-16)
Competed solely on the first court during his junior campaign where he notched a 14-16 overall record, finishing the season ranked 56th … Had five victories over ranked opponents, including wins over Kentucky’s No. 25 William Bushamuka and Vanderbilt’s No. 34 Daniel Valent … Clinched the match at Kentucky with his 3-6, 6-1, 7-5 win against Bushamuka …Secured the match point against Brown with a 6-3, 6-4 win over Gregory Garcia … Ranked as high as No. 22 to begin the season after he won the singles championship at the Cajun College Classic with a 6-3, 1-6. 6-2 victory against Southern California’s Nick Crystal … Partnered with Boris Arias and compiled a 16-11 record and finished the season ranked No. 13 in the ITA rankings … defeated seven ranked opponents, including wins against top-ranked foes Austin Smith and Ben Wagland of Georgia and Gordon Watson and Diego Hidalgo of Florida … Reached the second round of the NCAA Doubles Championships for the second-straight year after earning a 6-3, 6-2 win against Columbia’s Shawn Hadavi and Richard Pham … Earned ITA All-America doubles honors for the second consecutive season … A member of the 2016 SEC Academic Honor Roll.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014-15)
In his first season with LSU, Jordan Daigle patrolled court one for the Tigers for much of the dual season…Selected to the 2015 All-SEC First Team…Amassed an 11-7 record on the year in singles, and a 14-9 doubles record…notched three victories over ranked opponents including No. 79 Giammarco Micolani of Arkansas, No. 56 Uros Petronijevic of San Diego and No. 12 Dominic Koepfer of Tulane..Partnered up with Boris Arias to earn six victories over teams in the top fifty including three wins in the top eight…Finished the season ranked No. 76 by the ITA in singles and No. 14 in doubles.
PRIOR TO LSU
Top-10, blue chip recruit in the country according to tennisrecruiting.net ... Played in Junior US Open in 2012... Signed with Virginia where he posted a 19-5 singles record and an 8-4 doubles record as a freshman during the 2013-14 season ... Ranked as high as No. 43 nationally in the ITA singles standings in his freshman season ... Had an 8-2 dual match singles record ... Transferred to LSU in the summer of 2014.
Born May 18, 1994 ... Son of Robert and LeAnne Daigle ... Has one brother, Rory, and three sisters, Hailey, Megan and Jennifer ... Two sisters (Megan and Jennifer) and his father attended LSU ... Majored in sport administration.