New Johns Hopkins Tennis Courts Ready for Spring Season

Blue Jays To Debut New Courts in March 2015


Rao Etches Her Name in Johns Hopkins Record Book

Sophomore is First ITA National Champion in Program History


Rao Wins USTA/ITA National Small College Singles Championship

First ITA National Champion in Program History

Women's Tennis vs. Tufts
The Blue Jays dominate Tufts University 8-1
Women's Tennis Centennial Championship
Johns Hopkins won its eighth straight Centennial Conference Championship on May 4 with a 5-0 win over Haverford
women's Tennis - 2014
Women's Tennis hosted McDaniel on April 16
Women's Tennis vs. Swarthmore
Johns Hopkins defeated Swarthmore, 5-0, in the Centennial Conference Championship on May 5

Stephanie Rettig
Stephanie Rettig


New York, NY

High School:
Professional Children's School



Rao Wins ITA Southeast Singles Championship

Blue Jays Win Five Draws at ITA Regional


Hopkins Tops Swarthmore, 5-0, in Centennial Semifinals

Blue Jays Advance to CC Title Match for Eighth Time


Third-Ranked Johns Hopkins Tops Mary Washington, Muhlenberg

Blue Jays Win Sixth Straight Match; Remain Unbeaten in CC


Johns Hopkins Falls to Emory, Beats Ursinus

Blue Jays Remain Unbeaten in Centennial Play


Top-Ranked Hopkins Sweeps Haverford, Carnegie Mellon

Blue Jays Improve to 6-0 With Weekend Sweep

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.

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