JUNIOR (FALL 2015)
Posted a 6-3 singles mark, highlighted by advancing to the ITA Texas Regionals Round of 16 … began the fall ranked No. 79 in singles in the Oracle/ITA poll … went 3-2 in doubles with a trio of partners … opened the fall going 3-1 at the Texas A&M Invitational, suffering only setback to Andy Zhou of Harvard, 6-3, 7-6 (3) … reached the second round of qualifying at the Saint Francis ITA All-America Championship … ended the fall with the strong showing at the ITA Regionals, defeating Lamar’s Juuso Laitinen and Texas A&M’s Jordi Arconada to reach the Round of 16 … in doubles, in lone match with Connor Curry, recorded a win at the Texas A&M Invitational … paired with Alex Sendegeya and suffered a setback at the same event … went 2-1 when partnered with Evan Nix … won match with Nix at the Texas A&M Invitational and went 1-1 at the ITA Texas Regional.
Led the Red Raiders with a 25-12 singles mark, including an 18-7 ledger in dual matches and a 2-2 record versus nationally ranked foes … reached a high of No. 109 in the Oracle/ITA rankings for the week of March 13 … played primarily out of the No. 4 (13-5) and No. 5 (5-2) spots in the order … started in the No. 5 slot before moving up to the No. 4 position … posted a 7-16 doubles mark with a 5-11 ledger in dual matches, all from the No. 2 spot in the order … paired primarily with Francisco Zambon (1-6) and Alex Sendegeya (4-8) … in singles, went 2-2 versus Big 12 foes, playing all four matches from the No. 4 singles slot … posted a 2-3 doubles mark against league competition … lost first match of the spring and then went on to capture 16 of the next 18 matches … strung together an 11-match winning streak from February 1 – April 2 … won both ITA Kickoff weekend matches in straight sets, topping foes from No. 34 Boise State (Lewis Roskilly/ 6-4, 6-4) and No. 4 UCLA (Joseph Di Giulio/7-6, 6-3) … gave the Red Raiders their third point in a 4-2 upset of No. 23 Mississippi State with a 6-4, 6-4 victory against Rishab Agarwal … won all three matches at the Blue Gray National Tennis Classic from February 20-22 … defeated foes from No. 10 TCU and No. 1 Oklahoma in Big 12 action … tallied a three-set upset of No. 70 Alex Ghilea of the No. 1 Sooners on April 12 … split straight set NCAA Team Championship matches, defeating Cody Rakela of No. 52 US Santa Barbara and falling to Karue Sell of No. 16 UCLA … in doubles, paired with Sendegeya for a 7-6 (2) triumph against No. 9 Texas’ team of Adrien Berkowicz and George Goldhoff … in the following match against No. 25 Oklahoma State, Cailleau and Sendegeya downed Nicolai Ferrigno and Lucas Gerch, 7-6 (5) to clinch the doubles point … went 7-5 in singles in the fall and 1-5 in doubles while teaming with Zambon (0-3), Nicholas Melott (0-1) and Alex Buzelan (1-1) ... advanced to the final of the consolation final at the USTA/ITA Texas Regional, going 4-1 in the event ... had to withdraw from the consolation final due to injury ... went 1-1 at the Rice Wyndham Invitational ... went 1-3 at the Texas A&M Conference Challenge ... picked up first career ranked win with a 7-6, 6-7, 6-2 victory over Illinois' No. 6 Jared Hiltzik.
Cailleau went 18-9 for the season, including a 12-7 mark in dual matches ... recorded a 6-2 record in singles in the fall and 2-3 in doubles teaming with Evan Nix (0-2) and Andre Napolitano (2-1) ... began his collegiate career with a 1-2 showing at the Rice Wyndham Invitational in Houston ... in his only other appearance of the fall, Cailleau won the Flight B singles title at the Texas Fall Invitational with a 5-0 record ... in the spring, Cailleau went 12-7 in singles, including 12-6 record at No. 6 ... went 6-0 in the month of March ... recorded a 3-4 mark in three-set matches ... saw limited action in doubles, goimg just 2-6 overall ... was 0-3 in doubles in the spring with Francisco Zambon.
PRIOR TO TEXAS TECH
Cailleau was ranked in the Top 60 in Belgium and has several key ranked wins while playing in Europe, including topping South Alabama's Romain Bocaert and Oregon's Robin Cambier ... also topped Belgian No. 20 Gaetan De Lovinfosse (ATP No. 770) ... chose Texas Tech over Virginia Tech, Tulsa and Louisville.