Christophe Noblet begins his second season working with the Stetson men's and women's tennis teams in 2013-14, but his first as the Associate Head Coach. He began working with the Hatters in August of 2012 as an assistant coach for the tennis programs.
Noblet came to Stetson after a stint as a graduate assistant for men's and women's tennis at Columbus State University. There, he assisted in the recruitment process, daily practices, on-court coaching, and administrative tasks.
"I am absolutely thrilled to start working with Coach Pilote and to be part of Stetson Athletics," Noblet said back in August of 2012. "Pierre offers a wealth of coaching experience and his dedication to the tennis programs is outstanding. I am looking forward to learning from him on a daily basis."
As a player, Noblet was the team captain and number one player for Columbus State University. He was ranked second in the nation in doubles and 31st in singles in 2011. During the 2010-2011 season, Noblet advanced to the NCAA Division II Final Four, and he was the International Schools Cup Winner in France in 2003.
Noblet received his Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree at Columbus State University and his Bachelor of Science at Universite Du Sud in Toulon, France.
"To be able to secure such an outstanding young coach is extremely positive for the tennis program," Pilote said in 2012. "His playing credentials are fantastic and his experience as a graduate assistant under Coach Isaacs at Columbus State make him ready to be a significant asset for both teams. Coach Isaacs has a track record of not only producing great teams but also developing outstanding young coaches."