Coach Klein says: "David plays a unique style similar to Stefan Edberg and he keeps improving; his level has jumped so much from his freshman year. He is solid from the baseline but will really do his damage at the net. He is coming at you whether you like it or not, which makes him tough to beat."
Spring 2005: A First Team All-Conference USA selection and a C-USA Sportsmanship Award winner. Tied for second on the Green Wave in singles victories with a 17-8 mark. Saw the bulk of his action at No. 2 but also went 4-1 at No. 1. Had two singles wins and two doubles wins at the C-USA Championship as he helped the Wave to its third straight title. Also went 15-5 in doubles play. Recorded nine dual-match singles wins against ranked teams and 10 wins against ranked teams in dual-match doubles. Also a Second Team All-Louisiana selection. Nominated for Academic All-America honors.
Fall 2004: Posted an 8-4 fall singles record, including knocking off a pair of ranked opponents to advance to the finals of the Beau Holton Memorial Invitational at Tulane. Registered a 3-2 mark against ranked opponents during the season. Was also busy in doubles with an 8-3 record, including 7-2 with freshman Jonah Kane-West.
Spring 2004: Named Conference USA Freshman of the Year and third team all-conference. Posted a 12-8 mark in singles, including 9-4 at No. 4. His singles victory at No. 4 clinched the C-USA title for the Wave. Also named First Team All-Louisiana. Tallied a team-best 21-2 record in doubles, including 17-2 with partner Michael Kogan. That duo closed the season with the No. 19 ranking in the nation after playing in the NCAA Doubles Championship.
Fall 2003: Recorded a 4-6 record, including a pair of wins at Tulane's Beau Holton Memorial Invitational.
Prep: A dominant junior player in Canada. Won the Canadian Championship in 18-and-under doubles and advanced to the singles finals in the same age group. Voted the top junior player for 2002 by the Quebec Tennis Federation. Also participated in numerous international tournaments. Won the Canadian Under-18 Doubles Championship in the summer of 2004.
Personal: Born April 2, 1986 in Greenfield Park, Quebec. The son of Senge and Andree Goulet. A graduate of the Sport-Etudes De Mortagne school. Speaks French, English and Spanish. Majoring in business.