Luna Dormet

Player profile

  • Hometown Tours, France
  • High School Lycée Vaucanson
  • Last School Texas A&M Corpus Christie
  • Year Graduate Student
  • Height 5-8

Ohio State Career

  • Earned bachelor’s degree in political science in Spring 2021
  • 57-14 in singles in three years as a Buckeye (39-9 in dual matches)
  • Ended 2021 ranked 90th with Lisa Hofbauer
  • A three-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and a two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection and B1G Distinguished Scholar
  • Three-time ITA Scholar-Athlete
  • 2019 Big Ten Sportsmanship Award winner
  • Transferred to Ohio State for sophomore season

2020-21 (Senior Season)

  • Named to Big Ten All-Tournament Team after posting singles wins in all three tournament matches, along with two doubles victories, as squad won title
  • 21-1 overall and 19-1 in dual matches; third on team in overall wins and second in dual match victories
  • Ended season on 12-match winning streak
  • 8-1 on court five and 10-1 on court six
  • Loss was to Michigan Feb. 28 (7-5, 7-5)
  • Clinched four matches, including 4-3 win over Georgia Tech at ITA National Indoors and Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal win over Michigan State
  • 19 of last 21 matches were completed (led 6-4, 3-1 vs. UIC in first round of NCAA tournament when match was clinched and was starting a third set vs. Texas in NCAA Round of 16)
  • 18-7 overall in doubles and 16-6 in dual play, with a 13-2 record paired with Irina Cantos Siemers (loss was to Vanderbilt in NCAA second round); tandem was ranked as high as 80th during the season
  • Led team in overall doubles victories and shared lead in dual match doubles wins
  • Ended year ranked 90th in doubles with Lisa Hofbauer
  • Earned ITA Scholar-Athlete, Ohio State Scholar-Athlete, Academic All-Big Ten and B1G Distinguished Scholar honors

2019-20 (Junior Season)

  • 8-6 overall on the season, with 3-3 dual mark on court six, in singles
  • 7-7 in doubles, playing in six dual matches
  • Missed time with injury
  • Clinched Buckeyes’ 4-3 win over Michigan at ITA National Indoors, winning in three sets
  • Posted singles and doubles wins vs. Florida State, with singles victory tying match at three
  • Notched Big Ten win against Northwestern
  • Selected to represent France in the Master’U BNP Paribas and won two singles and two doubles matches
  • Reached quarterfinals at ITA Midwest Regional Championships and runner-up in doubles with partner Shiori Fukuda
  • Earned B1G Distinguished Scholar, Ohio State Scholar-Athlete, ITA Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten honors

2018-19 (Sophomore Season)

  • 28-7 overall in singles, leading team in singles victories; 17-5 in dual matches to rank third on the team in wins (7-2 in B1G play)
  • 6-3 on court four and 11-2 on court five in singles
  • No. 99 in Feb. 6 ITA singles rankings
  • Led squad with 11 singles wins in tournament play, dropping just two matches
  • Second on team with 24 doubles victories, with 24-10 overall mark; 13-7 in doubles dual matches
  • Advanced to singles main draw with three straight-set wins in qualifying at ITA Midwest Regional
  • Won Furman flight title with three wins in first tournament as a Buckeye; rallied for three-set win in final
  • Reached ITA Midwest Regional final with Shiori Fuduka, falling to Michigan’s duo of Fahey/Minor in the final, 8-6
  • Paired with Danielle Wolf to win flight title in doubles at Furman
  • Led Buckeyes with 3-0 mark in doubles at Michigan Invitational in January and was 2-1 in singles at the tournament
  • Named an Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and earned ITA Scholar-Athlete accolades

2017-18 (Freshman Season at Texas A&M Corpus Christie)

  • Southland Conference Freshman of the Year and First Team All-SLC at No. 3 singles
  • 11-1 in conference singles matches
  • Earned SLC Player of the Week honors

Prior to College

  • France Under 18 singles national runner-up in 2017, with four wins over against players who are ranked -15, and won regional title
  • 2016 regional champion and reached French Championship U18 quarterfinals


  • Daughter of Frederique and Max, who was a soccer player
  • Political science major and earned bachelor’s degree in Spring 2021
  • Enjoys watching television series, listening to music and spending time with friends