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Stephanie Rettig
Stephanie  Rettig


New York, NY

High School:
Professional Children's School



Vohra Named Centennial Conference Rookie of the Year

Four Blue Jays Named All-Centennial Conference


Woodring Breaks Wins Record as Johns Hopkins Defeats Gettysburg, 9-0

Woodring Earns 92nd Career Win


Johns Hopkins Splits with Muhlenberg and Second-Ranked Emory

Blue Jays Remain Unbeaten in Centennial Conference


Johns Hopkins Shuts Out Ursinus, 9-0

Hopkins Falls to Washington & Lee and Williams


Second-Ranked Johns Hopkins Shuts Out Franklin & Marshall, 9-0

Greydak Clinches Win for the Blue Jays

Statistically Speaking: Tied for 15th in school history with 34 career doubles wins • ranks 23rd with 57 total career wins.

2014: Went 4-1 in singles and 4-3 in doubles • won singles and doubles match versus Carnegie Mellon at ITA National Team Indoor Championship.

2013: Named Honorable Mention All-Centennial in singles • posted a 14-2 record in singles and ranked second on the team in wins • led team with 17 doubles wins, finishing with a 17-3 record • went 4-0 in conference doubles matches • won 12 straight singles matches and 15 straight doubles matches from March 1 to May 12 • won all three singles and all three doubles matches at the ITA National Team Indoor Championship • clinched the indoor title for the team with her win at sixth singles versus Carnegie Mellon • clinched berth in NCAA Quarterfinals with win at fifth singles versus Carnegie Mellon.

2012: Named Honorable Mention All-Centennial in doubles • went 5-5 in singles and 13-1 in doubles, including a 4-0 record in conference • advanced to round of 32 of championship singles draw at the ITA Southeast Regional • advanced to quarterfinals of championship doubles draw at the ITA Southeast Regional • ended season on 11-match win streak in doubles.

Personal: Stephanie Rettig • daughter of Michael and Sylvia Rettig • played USTA Zonals in Texas for Eastern team section as a junior and senior and played third singles • majoring in public health.