Blue Jays Earn Eight First-Place Votes, 89 Points
Blue Jays End Season with a 19-6 Record
Blue Jays Beat Sixth-Ranked Jumbos, 5-4
Hopkins Beats Swarthmore, 5-0, in Title Match
Simon Clinches Win and Berth in CC Title Match
2017: Named ITA All-Americans in singles and doubles • ITA Scholar-Athlete • went 16-7 in singles and 18-8 in doubles • ranked second on team in singles wins and tied for led in doubles wins • won ITA Southeast Doubles Championship and advanced to finals of championship singles draw • placed second in doubles and fifth in singles at ITA Oracle Cup • won five straight singles matches and seven straight doubles matches to start the season • went unbeaten in singles from April 28 to May 24 • won four straight doubles matches from April 8-18 and May 6 to May 14.
2016: Named an ITA All-American in singles • ITA Scholar-Athlete • finished 15-6 in singles and 8-10 in doubles • led team in singles wins • won ITA Southeast Regional Singles championship for second straight year • also advanced to quarterfinals of championship doubles draw at ITA Southeast regional • finished as the runner-up at the ITA National Small College Championship, losing in the finals to the number one seed • opened the season with eight straight singles wins, losing just one set during that streak • advanced to the second round of the NCAA Singles Championship.
2015: Named an ITA All-American in singles • finished with a 13-7 record in singles and 3-9 record in doubles • won ITA Southeast Regional Singles championship • first player in program history to win an ITA regional championship • won the Division III singles championship at the ITA National Small College Championship • opened season with nine straight singles wins, losing just two sets in the process • won at number one singles at seventh-ranked Amherst in NCAA Sweet 16.
2014: Went 9-4 in singles, including a 2-0 record in conference play • posted a 9-5 record in doubles, including a 1-0 record in conference play • ranked as high as 16th in the Atlantic South in singles and eighth in doubles • seeded ninth in championship singles draw at ITA Southeast Regional and advanced to quarterfinals • advanced to semifinals of championship doubles draw at ITA Southeast Regional.
Personal: Ashnaa Rao • daughter of Prithvi Rao • majoring in public health.