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Sophia Strickland
Sophia  Strickland


Alpharetta, GA

High School:
Wesleyan School



Second-Ranked Williams Defeats Johns Hopkins in NCAA Sweet 16

Blue Jays End Season at 14-9


Johns Hopkins Tops TCNJ, 5-1, in NCAA Second Round

Zou Clinches Win for the Blue Jays


Kashyap Named Centennial Player and Rookie of the Year

Four Blue Jays Honored on All-Centennial Teams


Johns Hopkins Bests Haverford for 12th Centennial Championship

Gauch Named Tournament MVP


Johns Hopkins Defeats Washington College in Centennial Semifinals

Simon Clinches Win for the Blue Jays


Women's Tennis Centennial Championship

Johns Hopkins defeated Haverford, 5-0, to win its 12th straight Centennial Conference Championship on May 6 at home


Women's Tennis Centennial Semifinals

Johns Hopkins defeated Washington College, 5-0, in the Centennial Conference semifinals on May 5 at home.

2017: Named First Team All-Centennial Conference in singles and Second Team in doubles • went 17-10 in singles and 13-5 in doubles • led team in singles wins • in conference play, went 7-1 in singles and 7-0 in doubles • advanced to semifinals of championship singles draw at ITA Southeast Regional • won eight straight singles matches from March 18 to April 8 • won five straight doubles matches from March 18 to April 1 • won six straight doubles matches from April 26 to May 14.

Personal: Sophia Strickland • daughter of Danny and Christine Strickland • summer VolunTeen at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta from 2014-2016 and served Day Captain in 2016 • took mission trip to Dominican Republic in 2014 and 2015 and Panama in 2016 • Latin tutor • member of Young Life • member of National Honor, National English, National Latin, National Math and National Science Honor Societies • active in Student Government all four years • intern at Multiple Sclerosis Center for Atlanta • went 70-15 in singles in her career, including a 23-0 record as a senior • holds school record for career singles wins • led team to a four-year record of 64-22 and a pair of state championships • advanced to state quarterfinals as a freshman and finals as a sophomore • two-time Gwinnett Coaches All-County First Team selection • Gwinnett County Player of the Year and team captain as a senior • VP of Programming for JHU Panhellenic • volunteer opiate overdose trainer for Baltimore Harm Reduction Coalition • CARE ScalexDesign summer intern • majoring in public health with a minor in social policy.

Career Record Singles (CC) Doubles (CC)
2016-17 17-10 (7-1) 13-5 (7-0)
Total 17-10 (7-1) 13-5 (7-0)