Spring 2007: Played in all 21 dual season matches, posting a mark of 7-13 in dual season singles while playing at the top three singles spots in the line-up...Was 2-5 at No. 1 singles, 5-4 at No. 2 singles and 0-4 at No. 3...Also teamed with freshman Charlie Ramsay for a team-best 17-16 overall mark in doubles...The tandem was 10-10 at No. 2 doubles for the season and was 1-2 against C-USA opponents.
Fall 2006: Was 2-7 in singles in his first semester at Memphis after transferring from Arkansas...Picked up his second win of the fall over Vanderbilt's Jordan Magarik at the Volunteer State Challenge, 6-3, 6-1...Teamed with freshman Charlie Ramsay for a 6-4 record in doubles...The duo dropped their first match of the season at the University of Virginia tournament, but then reeled off three straight wins, including a 9-8 win over the College of William & Mary's team of Zuck and Waddell in the consolation finals of the red doubles consolation flight...The tandem then went 3-0 at the Middle Tennessee invitational, before falling to the Tennessee team of Kiril Tcherveniachki and David Sandrgren, 8-4, in the finals of their doubles draw....Also teamed with Spencer Heflin in doubles at the ITA Southeast Regional, where the duo fell 9-8 to Chattanooga's Badr Bouabdellah and Razvan Axente.
2005-06 (Sophomore): Alternated between the No. 5 and 6 singles slots at Arkansas, posting a mark of 1-0 at No. 5 and 1-3 at No. 6...He capped his sophomore season with an 11-6 overall singles mark and 2-3 in limited doubles play...In his first fall in Fayetteville, Khougassian posted an impressive 9-3 mark in singles, winning eight straight singles matches at one point before falling in the second round of the ITA Central Region Championships.
2004-05 (Freshman): Came to Arkansas in January of 2005 and was immediately inserted into the Razorback line-up, spending time playing among all three singles slots on the bottom of the line-up.
Personal: Born March 26, 1985 in Nevilly, France...Son of Jean Gilles and Muriel Khougassian...Majoring in International Business at Memphis...Chose Memphis because of Coach Goebel's reputation...Also offered scholarships by Arkansas (where he played two years), UCF, USF, FAU and Louisville....Nickname is Cougie Munster.