Rao Ranked 17th Nationally in Singles, Earns All-America Honors
Four Blue Jays Named All-Centennial Conference
Blue Jays End Season with 18-5 Record
Law Clinches Blue Jays' Berth in NCAA Sweet 16
Johns Hopkins Defeats Washington College, 5-0, in CC Title Match
Statistically Speaking: Tied for ninth in school history in career singles wins (41) • tied for 16th in career doubles wins (37) • ranks 11th in career total wins (78).
2015: Finished with a 13-2 record in singles and 12-5 record in doubles • went 2-0 in three-set matches • advanced to quarterfinals of championship singles draw and semifinals of championship doubles draw at ITA Southeast Regional • went a combined 6-0 at the ITA National Team Indoor Championship • won seven straight singles matches from February 27 to April 4 • was unbeaten in final five singles matches • went a combined 4-1 in postseason play.
2014: Named to Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll and ITA Scholar-Athlete • posted a 13-1 record in singles and a 10-7 mark in doubles • played second singles and first doubles • ended the season on a nine-match win streak in singles • ranked 35th nationally and as high as fifth in the Atlantic South in singles • ranked 20th nationally and as high as third in the region in doubles • seeded ninth and advanced to semifinals of ITA Southeast Championship Singles draw • seeded third and advanced to semifinals of ITA Southeast Championship Doubles draw • won all three singles matches at ITA National Team Indoor Championship.
2013: Named ITA Scholar-Athlete • named Honorable Mention All-Centennial Conference in singles and Second Team in doubles • went 15-1 in singles and 15-4 in doubles • ranked as high as 23rd in the Atlantic South in singles and sixth in doubles • ended season on 13-match win streak in singles and eight-match win streak in doubles • seeded ninth in championship singles draw at the ITA Southeast Regional and advanced to round of 16 • advanced to semifinals of championship doubles draw at the ITA Southeast Regional • won all three of her singles matches and all three doubles matches at the ITA National Team Indoor Championship.
Personal: Sydney Lehman • daughter of Richard Lehman and Michele Koo • three-time state champion • four-time All-Metro selection • two-time All-Metro Player of the Year and St. Louis Post Dispatch Athlete of the Year • taught tennis to inner city youths • math and science tutor • interned with Zimmerman Advertising and earned award for her summer project • Dean’s List student majoring in global environmental change and sustainability with a minor in financial economics.