Meghan de Baroncelli

Class: SR
Height: 5-4
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Hometown/ High School: New Orleans, La./Mt. Carmel

Pre-Loyola:

Graduated from Mount Carmel Academy… Lettered in tennis for the Cubs… Won the 2011 doubles state championship… Highlight of athletic career was leading her high school team to the 2010 state championship and winning the doubles state championship her senior year, earning Mount Carmel Academy their first doubles state title.

Loyola:

Junior: Played in the #1 singles spot as a Junior...Competed in all 19 matches during the 2014 season...Posted an 11-8 record in singles and an 8-11 record in doubles...Named to the SSAC All-Conference Team

Sophomore: Went 8-8 in singles and 6-10 in doubles… Won at the #1 spot defeating Belhaven’s Ashley McLendon 6-0, 6-1 and later teamed up with Frances Bonnin in the #1 doubles spot to earn the only two Wolfpack wins versus Belhaven on April 12… Scored the lone victory for the women’s team in the SSAC Tournament, defeating Spring Hill’s Shelby Fritscher 7-5, 6-0 at the top singles position… Captured a Champions of Character award.

Freshman: Played in the #1 singles spot as a freshman and boasted a 7-5 record against the opposition’s top player… She picked up four doubles victories … Her first collegiate victory came over LSUS’s Laura Stevenson, 6-0, 7-5 in Loyola’s first match of 2012.

Personal:

Majoring in biology… Born April 10, 1993 in New Orleans, La…. Daughter of Craig de Baroncelli and Colleen Clarke… Her mother played tennis at Nicholls State University and her uncle, Corey Clarke, played tennis for the University of New Orleans... Favorite athlete is tennis player John Isner… Hobbies include spending time with family and friends… Favorite sport to watch is football… Favorite childhood cartoon is Scooby Doo.

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