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Rasheeda McAdoo

Rasheeda McAdoo - Women's Tennis - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Height 5-11
Hometown Boca Raton, Fla.
Last School American Heritage
Year Senior
Rasheeda McAdoo - Women's Tennis - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

2016-17 All-ACC First Team
At-Large Big to 2017 NCAA Singles Championship
At-Large Bid to 2017 NCAA Doubles Championship

In the Record Book
>> 8th — Career Singles Winning Percentage (43-22, .677)

Spring: All-ACC First Team … Led Tech from the No. 1 singles position … Compiled a 16-9 singles record and 20-4 doubles mark with partner Johnnise Renaud … Earned at-large NCAA berth into both singles and doubles … Peaked at No. 42 twice in the ITA singles rankings … With Renaud, pair peaked at No. 7 in ITA rankings after not being ranked in the preseason … Finished with a final ranking of No. 53 in singles and No. 30 in doubles … Won all three NCAA matches with Renaud as the Jackets reached the round of 16 for the second consecutive season … Closed the season winning 10 of 11 doubles matches from the No. 2 position.

Fall:Competed in four tournaments … Posted a 5-2 doubles record and 6-5 singles record … Went 2-1 in singles at the Hall of Fame ITA Grass Court Invitational, competing on grass courts … Went 1-1 in doubles action with Kenya Jones on grass … Posted a 2-1 singles mark at the Bulldog Challenge and a 2-0 ledger with Renaud in doubles … Closed the fall tournament schedule going 2-1 in the ITA Southeast Regionals in both singles and doubles.

Spring: Had a 21-9 singles record during the spring, including a 19-8 record in dual matches and a 9-5 record in ACC play … Had a 16-4 record at the No. 3 singles spot … Won eight consecutive singles matches from Feb. 26 to March 27 during ACC play … Went 13 matches without a doubles loss along with partner Johnnise Renaud … finished the season with a doubles record of 26-7 … Clinched the match against South Carolina’s Paige Cline to take the Jackets to the NCAA Round of 16 … Ended the season ranked 108th in the ITA singles rankings.

Fall: Tallied a 6-2 record in singles and a 2-2 doubles record in the fall season … Won two singles matches at the Miami Invite, winning the consolation bracket … Advanced to the round of 32 in the main draw at the USTA/ITA Southeast Regionals … Won the Courtney McClane singles draw at the Roberta Alison Fall Invite at the University of Alabama after going 3-0… Also won the Emily Zabor Draw in doubles alongside Johnnise Renaud, winning two-straight matches.

Spring: Finished the season with a 20-9 overall singles record and 21-10 doubles record … During dual matches, went 12-5 in singles and 13-7 in doubles … Was undefeated in ACC play in singles at 6-0 … Played singles on courts two through six, mainly playing on court four … Defeated #116 Mia Vriens of Florida State… Clinched two wins for the Yellow Jackets, vs. #18 Columbia and #49 Boston College … Played alongside Johnnise Renaud in 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: Tallied a 7-2 record in singles and went 6-2 alongside Paige Hourigan in doubles during the fall season … Went a perfect 3-0 at the Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket Invitational … Advanced to the round of 16 in the singles main draw of the USTA/ITA Southeast Regional after recording two wins, including one against #91 Kerrie Cartwright of Florida State … Opened up the fall winning five-straight doubles matches with Hourigan … Was named the doubles MVP with Hourigan at the Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket Invitational after going 3-0 on court one during the tournament … Won two doubles matches at the Bulldog Classic and during the USTA/ITA Southeast Regional.

Spring: Finished the season with an overall record of 23-13 in singles and 17-16 in doubles … Her 23 singles wins were tied for the team lead … Went 12-9 in singles and 10-9 in doubles during the dual match season… Went 8-6 in ACC play… Played at both the three (4-4) and four (8-5) spots this season … Ended her freshman season with an eight-match winning streak … Clinched the win against Pittsburgh for the Jackets after defeated Kimmy Borza, 6-1, 6-0, on court four … Captured her first win against a ranked opponent of her career against Vanderbilt’s #51 Lauren Mira, 1-6, 6-4, 6-2, during the June Stewart Invitational … Paired up with fellow freshman Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer in doubles to go 10-7 on court three .. The duo recorded an impressive 8-2 ACC record in doubles.

Fall:Went 9-3 in singles tournament play and 6-5 in doubles … Her nine singles wins were a team-high for the tournament season … Went 1-1 against nationally ranked opponents … Defeated Vanderbilt’s #51 Lauren Mira, 1-6, 6-4, 6-2 at the June Stewart Invitational … At the Roberta Alison Fall Classic, won the Ashley Bently singles draw after going 3-0 at Alabama

Juniors: Was ranked as the 118th-ranked junior in the world by the International Tennis Federation and she owns a 43-24 career record in ITF events … Considered a blue-chip recruit by … Recorded a 37-12 record in 2012, including 24 wins over five-star or other blue-chip rated recruits … Named Player of the Year by the Palm Beach Post and the South Florida Sun Sentinel after winning the 2012 Florida overall state singles title … In the regular season, posted a perfect 14-0 record and won the district title in both singles and doubles … In her run to the Class 1A individual singles title, didn’t drop a set and lost only six games … Defeated Jazz Whittaker 6-0, 6-0, to win the overall singles title … Earned a main draw bid to the singles and doubles at the 2012 US Open Junior Championships, advancing to the round of 16 in singles … In December 2012, she advanced to the semifinals of the Girls 16 singles semifinals at the Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships.

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