Christophe Noblet begins his third season working with the Stetson men's and women's tennis teams in 2014-15, and his second 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.
During his first season in DeLand, Noblet saw the men compile a 15-4 overall record and an appearance in the A-Sun Championship, while the women went 11-10 and made it to the conference championship semifinals.
In 2014 Noblet was on the sidelines as the women had a banner season, setting the program record consecutive wins (10), while beating four opponents for the very first time en route to an 18-6 record and an appearance in the A-Sun Championship Finals. Senior Diana Bukajeva was named to the All-Atlantic Sun First as well as being crowned A-Sun Player of the Year.
The men posted a respectable 11-10 mark in 2014 and advanced to the A-Sun Championship Semifinals. Noblet also saw his doubles pairing of Laurynas Antropikas and Chester Espie earn a No. 78 ranking by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.
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.