Untitled DocumentAt-Large Bid to 2017 NCAA Singles Championship
2018 All-ACC Third Team
At-Large Bid to 2017 NCAA Doubles Championship
2017 All-ACC First Team
At-Large Bid to 2016 NCAA Singles Championship
2016 All-ACC First Team
2015 All-ACC Second Team
In the Record Book
>>5th–Season Doubles Winning Percentage (25-8, .758)
Spring: All-ACC third team selection…Named ACC Player of the Week on February 27…Capped her collegiate campaign with a 16-12 duals singles mark and 15-13 dual doubles ledger…Posted an 11-3 singles and 7-7 doubles records in ACC play…Put Tech on the scoreboard in the NCAA quarterfinals against No. 14 UCLA defeating Terri Fleming in straight sets, helping the Jackets secure their first appearance in the NCAA semifinals since 2007…Pocketed a straight set win over Sofya Golubovskaya of Syracuse in the ACC quarterfinals…Clinched Tech’s win over Georgia from court three, outlasting Elena Christofi, 6-3, 7-6 (1).
Fall: Ranked No. 111 in ITA preseason fall rankings…Advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA Southeast Regional…Reached the doubles semifinals of the regional with Ida Jarlskog…Went 2-1 in singles at the Tiger Fall Classic to close out the fall season…Went 3-0 in doubles in the final tournament with Ida Jarlskog.
Spring: All-ACC First Team … Compiled a 22-6 dual singles record and 22-5 doubles mark during the spring … Posted a 12-1 ACC singles ledger, playing only two three-set matches … Peaked at No. 36 in the ITA singles rankings after beginning the spring unranked … Earned at-large NCAA singles bid, falling to No. 28 Melissa Lord in the first round … Played mainly at the No. 2 singles position … Opened ACC play going 8-0 before dropping her only singles conference match to No. 9 Sara Daavettila at UNC … Partnered with Rasheeda McAdoo in doubles to post a 22-6 dual mark and 5-4 league mark … Duo closed the season winning final 10 of 11 matches … Tandem earned at-large berth into NCAA tournament … Pair peaked at No. 7 in ITA rankings after not being ranked in the preseason … Finished with a final ranking of No. 41 in singles and No. 30 in doubles.
Fall: Went 2-1 in singles play and 2-0 in doubles action … Competed in the Bulldog Challenge in September … Won first two matches before falling to Georgia’s Kennedy Shaffer in three sets … Won both doubles matches, dropping just six games in the Bulldog Challenge.
Spring: Had a 20-10 singles record and 25-4 doubles record during the spring … Peaked at No. 30 in the ITA rankings after beginning the spring unranked … Advanced to the Round of 32 in the NCAA singles competition, defeating No. 31 Alizee Michaud of Auburn in the first round … Defeated No. 6 Stephanie Wagner of Miami by a score of 6-2, 6-2 in the ACC Tournament … Played most of her dual singles matches at the No. 1 singles position … Along with partner Rasheeda McAdoo, played most doubles matches at the No. 2 position … Ended the season ranked 33rd in the ITA singles rankings after entering the spring unranked.
Fall: Was ranked at No. 74 in the preseason ITA rankings … In the fall tournament season, went 4-4 in singles and 2-1 in doubles play … Won two singles matches at the Duke Invitational … Advanced to the round of 16 at the USTA/ITA Southeast Regionals in singles … Played alongside Rasheeda McAdoo in the fall and the duo won the Emily Zabor Draw at the Roberta Alison Fall Invite at Alabama.
Spring: Named Second Team All-ACC … Put together a 21-18 overall singles record and a 25-8 overall doubles record … Her 25 doubles wins were tied for the team lead … Debuted in the ITA Singles rankings during week one at #63, a career-high ranking, and was ranked every week during the season … Finished the season ranked at #102 … Went 12-13 in singles and 19-5 in doubles in dual matches … Played mainly on court one, going 10-11 and won two of the four matches played on court two … Defeated #106 Ilinca Stoica from Virginia Tech … Clinched three matches for the Yellow Jackets — vs. Wake Forest, Virginia Tech and NC State … Played alongside Rasheeda McAdoo in dual match doubles … The duo went 11-2 in dual matches and 6-2 in ACC play on court three … The tandem went 2-0 against ranked opponents, defeating Virginia’s #87Nauta and Epstein and Duke’s #71 Mulholland and Scholl… Finished off the season winning 10-straight doubles matches.
Fall: Recorded a team-best 8-3 singles record and a went 3-3 in doubles during the fall tournament season … Was tabbed the number seven player on the ITA’s newcomer/freshman rankings … Ranked the No. 26 doubles duo in the preseason doubles ranking with Kendal Woodard … Competed in the Junior U.S. Open Championship at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York, going 1-1 against international competition in the Junior Girls’ Qualifying Singles Draw … Was selected to the pre-qualifying singles draw at the Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championship where she fell to Georgia’s Mariana Gould in the first round … Advanced to the singles qualifying round of the USTA/ITA Southeast Regional after winning three matches … Won two of three at the Roberta Alison Fall Classic … Paired up with Natasha Prokhenvska to go 3-1 in doubles, including three-straight wins in the Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket Invitational on court two … Also played two doubles matches alongside Kendal Woodard.
Juniors: A five-star Blue Chip recruit and has been ranked as high as number three by the Tennis Recruiting Network … Attended the Bill Adams Tennis Academy … Currently ranked as the No. 1 recruit in Florida, the No. 1 recruit in Southeast and the No. 3 recruit in the nation … Checked in at number 52 ITF junior rankings … Season and career high ranking in the ITF is #30 … Was ranked at 35 in the USTA rankings … Had a 31-13 record in 2013-14 season, going 8-4 against Blue-Chips and 5-0 record against fellow five-star recruits … Career record is 106-56 in singles and 67-58 in doubles … Played in the U.S. Open Junior Tennis Championship, the Canadian Open Junior Championship and the Wimbledon Junior Championships … During the Canadian Open Junior championships, advanced to the round of 32 after defeating Japan’s Hikari Yamamot … Won two tournaments in 2014, taking the title in the Open du Conseil General in Guadeloupe and the RVTA Junior 1 in South Africa … Made it to the finals in both the USTA National Selection Tournament and the RVTA Junior 2 … Advanced to the quarterfinals of the international hard court championship.
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