First Time In Team History SJU Has Earned Multiple All-Conference Honors
Hawks Season Comes To A Close With 4-3 Loss To Colonials
Davis Named Women's Co-Performer of the Week; Kessler Named Men's Co-Perfromer of the Week
Hawks Open Play Thursday Against George Washington at 6 p.m.
Only Hawk to earn Atlantic 10 All-Conference honores twice... Enters the season fourth all-time in career singles wins (41) and second in wins at No. 1 singles (32)...Holds the third highest winning percentage for a career (.707).
2011-12:Selected to the A-10 All-Conference First Team...Set the single-season record for singles victories (23) and wins at No. 1 singles (17)...Won opening seven singles matches to begin the season...Posted wins in seven of her final nine singles matches, including an unfinished match at the A-10 Championships in which she was winning...Finished third on the team in doubles wins (eight)...Ranked second on the squad in victories at No. 1 doubles (seven)...Teamed with Aurora Davis for five wins at No. 1 doubles...Earned three wins with Devi Jadeja.
2010-11: Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team honoree...Posted a 14-7 record at No. 1 singles, including a 1-1 mark against regionally-ranked opponents...Her 14 wins at the top singles flight was one shy of the all-time single-season mark of 15...Posted the third highest winning percentage (.667) for a season in team history...Named A-10 Player of the Week once...Teamed with Maggie Mullaney to go 7-11 at No. 1 doubles.
2009-10: Missed a majority of the season due to injury...Went 0-1 at the ITA Atlantic Regionals... Posted a victory against Delaware State at No. 1 singles...Was a perfect 3-0 at No. 2 singles, earning victories Rider, Delaware and Manhattan...Earned wins against Rider and Manhattan at No. 2 doubles... Competed with Jhennifer Kedzierski as a doubles squad at ITA Atlantic Regionals.
International Competition: Earned Women's Tennis Association's rankings in summer of 2011...Ranked 1,179 in singles and 1,097 in doubles...Claimed both the singles and doubles titles at the 14th Annual Pennsylvania State Tennis Championships...Advanced to the round of 16 at two International Tennis Federation events in Durban, South Africa...Competed at an ITF sanctioned event in La Habana, Cuba, advancing to the round of 16.
High School/Personal: Led Harriton High School to four straight district championships, going undefeated all four years...Earned team MVP honors as a senior...Placed second individually in the PIAA AA Girls' Singles Tennis Championship... Compiled a 60-47 singles record in both high school and tournament play...Rated as the top prospect in Pennsylvania and 142nd in the nation according to TennisRecruiting.net...Majoring in humanities.