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Mikey Barthelmass
Mikey  Barthelmass


Laguna Niguel, CA

High School:
Laguna Hills



Johns Hopkins Picked to Win 12th Straight Centennial Conference Title

Blue Jays Earn Eight First-Place Votes, 89 Points


Middlebury Defeats Johns Hopkins, 5-1, in NCAA Quarterfinals

Blue Jays End Season with a 19-6 Record


Chattanooga Bound! Hopkins Defeats Tufts to Advance to NCAA Quarters

Blue Jays Beat Sixth-Ranked Jumbos, 5-4


Hopkins Grabs 11th Consecutive Centennial Championship

Hopkins Beats Swarthmore, 5-0, in Title Match


Johns Hopkins Bests Haverford in Centennial Semifinals

Simon Clinches Win and Berth in CC Title Match

2017: ITA All-American • ITA Scholar-Athlete • went 3-7 in singles and 18-8 in doubles • tied for team lead in doubles wins • won ITA Southeast Doubles Championship • also advanced to round of 16 in championship singles draw at ITAs • placed second in doubles at ITA Oracle Cup • won seven straight doubles matches to start the season • won five straight doubles matches from March 18 to April 12.

2016: Finished 4-1 in singles and 9-7 in doubles • advanced to quarterfinals in championship doubles draw at ITA Southeast Regional • ended season on four-match win streak in singles • won four straight doubles matches from April 27 to May 13.

2015: Went 4-0 in singles and 1-1 in doubles • advanced to round of 16 in championship doubles draw at ITA Southeast Regional • did not play in the spring.

2014: Ranked as high as 11th in the Atlantic South in doubles • led team with 16 doubles wins, finishing 16-3 on the season and playing primarily at second • went 2-2 in singles • advanced to round of 32 in singles and quarterfinals in doubles at ITA Southeast Regional • won all three doubles matches at the ITA National Team Indoor Championship • won 10 straight doubles matches from March 28 to May 20 • went 4-1 in doubles in the NCAA Tournament.

Personal: Michaela Barthelmass • daughter of Mark and Colleen Barthelmass • went undefeated in singles as a freshman • three-time captain • four-time team MVP • went undefeated in singles and doubles as a senior • led team to CIF title • named first team all-league as a senior • founder and president of Change for Children, a non-profit that focuses on raising money to build water wells in the Dominican Republic • Spanish and English tutor for immigrant children at Gates Elementary School • mentor at Centrol Sol in Baltimore • member of Futbol for Dreams, which donates soccer balls to the Dominican Republic • majoring in Latin American studies with minors in Spanish for the Professions and Spanish Language and Culture.