2004-2005--Picked up the first All-America certificate of his career by placing fifth in the 1,650y freestyle at the NCAA Championships in 14:44.53...also earned Honorable Mention All-America status as a member of the 800y free relay team that finished 12th in 6:28.75...won two events in record-setting time at the SEC Championships...took top honors in the 500y free as he touched in 4:15.00 to break the 20-year-old SEC record (previously 4:15.56 by Matt Cetlinkski of Florida set in 1985)...also was the SEC champion on the 1650y free with an SEC and Georgia record time of 14:41.20...placed sixth in the 400y IM in 3:49.83...was a member of the record-setting 800y free relay, which finished fifth...Team-- 10th at NCAAs, 3rd at SECs.
High School--Lycee Jeanne D'albert...represented France at the European Championships as a member of France's National Team and Junior National Team....finaled in distance events as well as individual medleys at the French Nationals...member of the C.N.O. Saint Germain team for 14 years...participated in both the 2003 and 2004 European Junior Nationals and the 2004 and 2005 European Nationals...finished second in the 400m and 1500m free at both the European Junior and Senior Nationals.
Personal--Born February 24, 1986 in Le Chesnay, France...son of Gilbert and Edith Rouault...brother Greg is a member of the track and field team at Oklahoma State. Major--Pre-Business.