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Amanda Austi
Amanda  Austi


Bronxville, NY

High School:



12th-ranked Johns Hopkins Bests 17th-ranked Skidmore

Blue Jays Face Sixth-Straight Ranked Opponent


#1 Williams Defeats #12 Johns Hopkins, 6-3

Chen Wins in Singles and Doubles


Johns Hopkins Edges TCNJ, 5-4

Zou Wins in Singles and Doubles


Johns Hopkins Takes Third at ITA National Team Indoor Championship

11th-ranked Hopkins Defeats 12th-ranked Sewanee, 5-3


Sixth-Ranked Carnegie Mellon Knocks Off Johns Hopkins, 5-4

Blue Jays' Title Run Ends in ITA Indoor Semifinals

2016: Finished with a 1-3 record in singles and 1-5 in doubles • clinched come-from-behind win over 10th-ranked Washington & Lee at ITA National Indoor Championship.

2015: Named an ITA Scholar-Athlete • posted a 4-9 record in singles and 4-2 in doubles • advanced to round of 16 in championship singles draw at ITA Southeast Regional • first player in program history to earn top seed at ITA Southeast Regional • ranked as high as 16th in the Atlantic South in singles.

2014: Named an ITA All-American in singles and ITA Scholar-Athlete • named ITA Atlantic South Rookie of the Year • ranked seventh nationally and third in the Atlantic South in singles • led team with 16 singles wins, going 16-7 on the season and playing at number one • also went 9-4 in doubles, playing primarily at third • lost in championship singles match at ITA Southeast Regional • won Blue 1 Doubles Draw at ITA Southeast Regional • won all three of her singles matches at the ITA National Team Indoor Championship • came from behind to win in three sets and clinch ITA National Team Indoor Championship versus Carnegie Mellon • won seven straight matches to start the spring • selected for NCAA Singles Championship and advanced to round of 16 • just second freshman in program history to be selected to NCAA Singles Championship.

Personal: Amanda Austi • daughter of Paul and Ginger Austi • four-time team MVP and all-section honoree • four-time individual conference champion • two-time captain • two-time all-state selection • advanced to individual state quarterfinals as a junior and senior • two-time section champion • Bronxville High “Street Award” winner – given to students who show both athletic and academic excellence • started Right to Play Tennis Program at an all girl orphanage in Tanzania; donates tennis equipment and raises money for the program • Dean’s List student majoring in economics and international studies with a minor financial economics.