Frederic Cadieux
Frederic  Cadieux

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Verdun, Quebec, Canada

High School:
Ediuard-Montpetit

Height:
5-10


06/08/2015

Huskies Ranked Eighth in Final ITA Midwest Ranking

Ranking marks third consecutive season NIU has finished in the top-10 regionally

05/19/2015

Three Huskies Earn Academic All-MAC Honors

Frederic Cadieux, Simon Formont and Carlos Manzanas recognized for their academic achievements

04/29/2015

Frederic Cadieux Named First Team All-MAC

Huskie senior earns his third all-conference honor

04/28/2015

2015 Victors Honors the Accomplishments of NIU Student-Athletes

The sixth annual awards show was held Monday at the Egyptian Theatre in DeKalb

04/24/2015

Huskies Fall to Buffalo in MAC Semifinal

NIU edged 4-2 in rematch of the regular season finale

Overall singles (2011-12): 25-4 (.862)
Overall singles (2012-13):
26-6 (.813)
Overall singles (2013-14):
27-9 (.750)
Overall singles (2014-15):
17-12 (.586)
Total singles:
95-31 (.754)

Overall doubles (2011-12):
16-12 (.571)
Overall doubles (2012-13):
18-10 (.643)
Overall doubles (2013-14): 16-9 (.640)
Overall doubles (2014-15): 16-13 (.552)
Total doubles: 66-44 (.600)

2014-15 SEASON:
First Team All-MAC ... Recorded a 17-12 singles record, including a 12-6 mark in dual matches ... Won eight dual matches at number one and four at number two ... Recorded a 16-13 mark in doubles, including an 11-8 mark in dual matches ... Posted a 9-8 mark, including 6-5 in dual matches, playing with Kevin Daun ... Won four of his last five singles matches to close the regular season ... Won the clinching match in NIU's 5-2 victory over Buffalo (April 19) to win the MAC regular season, defeating Pablo Alvarez 7-6, 6-4 at number one ... Named MAC Player of the Week on April 1 after defeating Western Michigan's Jefta Kecic, 6-4, 7-5 ... Finished his career with 95 singles victories, tied for third-most in NIU history with Marty Engel (1991-95), Erik Andersch (1987-91) and Dan Bowers (1984-89) ... Also finished with 66 career doubles victories, tied for ninth-most in NIU history with Dustin Dorbin (1989-93).

2013-14 SEASON:

Second team All-Mid American Conference ... Academic All-MAC athlete ... Led the Huskies in singles wins on the season with 27 as he went 27-9 overall ... Already ranked 10th in NIU history in career singles victories with 78 ... Played at No. 1, 2 and 3 in the spring, going unbeaten at No. 2 (8-0) ... Went 16-9 in doubles, playing primarily with Simon Formont.

2013 SPRING:
Second team All-Mid American Conference ... Academic All-MAC selection ... Closed the spring with a 21-4 record ... Opened the year with a flawless 9-0 mark, dropping his first match Feb. 23 to Craig Cox of Green Bay, 2-6, 6-4, 6-4 ... Went on to record eight more wins to improve to 17-1 through March 29 ... Paced the Huskies at Nos. 2 (10-1) and 3 (11-3) ... Finished 3-2 against MAC opponents ... Led team in spring season wins for the second-consecutive season ... Opened the year with a win at No. 3 versus Minnesota's Mathieu Fromont, 4-6, 6-3 (13-11) (Jan. 20) ... Earned a victory at No. 2 in the MAC Tournament semifinals against Cliff Morrison of Ball State, 3-6, 5-0 (retired) (April 26) ... Garnered his 50th career win at Toledo against Francisco Stuardo April 14 with a 7-6, 6-2 victory ... Only had one loss in non-conference matches (17-1).

2012 FALL:
Finished 5-2 in both singles and doubles play ... Won his flight with doubles partner Dor Amir at the River Forest Collegiate Clay Tournament (Sept. 15-16) ... Also won his singles flight at the River Forest Collegiate; defeated teammate Dor Amir to win tournament (Sept. 16) ... Dropped opening round match at ITA Midwest Regional (Oct. 18).

2011-12
Enrolled at NIU in January ... Closed the season 25-4 in singles ... Finished 15-13 in doubles, winning 11 matches with Max Phillips ... Earned 10 wins at No. 4 and 11 at No. 5 ... Undefeated in Mid-American Conference play (5-0) ... Won 22 of his 25 wins in two sets ... Closed the season 15-0 and won 22 of his 24 matches ... Earned his first collegiate victory versus UW-Whitewater over Brady Porter, 6-1, 6-1 (Jan. 27) ... Won his MAC Tournament match at No. 5 in straight-sets, 6-3, 6-3 (April 27) ... Defeated Western Illinois' Jim Capalbo at No. 3, 6-0, 6-1 (Feb. 25).

PREVIOUS TO NORTHERN ILLINOIS:

Nationally ranked player in Canada ... Top-10 nationally in his age group ... Played in several national ITF tournaments ... Reached the third round of the ITF All-Canadian Junior Championships.

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS:
Born August 15, 1994 ... Son of Francois Cadieux and Marie-Christine Chauvin ... Would like to major in business ... Lists soccer, ping pong, video games and television as interests ... Admires tennis player Lleyton Hewitt because of his work ethic and passion for the game ... Also looks up to WWE Superstar Sheamus because he is a warrior.

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