Wesley Dejoie

Class: SR
Height: 5-1
Hometown/ High School: Detroit, Mich./University Liggett


Attended Cranbrook Kingswood High School for two years where she played JV tennis for one season and varsity tennis for one year… Earned two varsity letters at University Liggett School… Undefeated regular season during her junior year while playing at #3 singles… Top singles player and captain at University Liggett School during her senior season… Went to the state championship three seasons in a row... Liggett Invitational Champion for two straight seasons… Received a 50/50 Academic Scholarship while at Cranbrook Kingswood… Received the Therma Wright Athletic Scholarship at University Liggett School.


Junior: Competed in 18 matches for the Wolf Pack during the 2015 season… Recorded three singles victories on the year… Also won a doubles match in the #2 position.

Sophomore: Competed in 18 of 19 matches during her sophomore season...Posted five singles victories on the year...Also won seven doubles matches.

Freshman: Went 5-11 in singles and 4-10 in doubles as a freshman… Secured the first singles victory of her Wolf Pack career defeating Cynthia Summergill of Emmanuel College in straight sets and earned the only doubles victory for the Pack that day with Chelsea Keene on Feb. 9.


Majoring in biology… Born on December 31, 1993… Daughter of Sandra and Gerald Dejoie… Favorite food is sushi and her least favorite food is olives… The Host is the best book she has ever read… Favorite movie is Disturbia and her favorite TV show is Project Runway… Goes jogging or enjoys reading to relax… Lists her hobbies as singing, skiing, running and playing the piano… Favorite athlete is Venus Williams as she enjoys watching tennis and crew… Favorite CD is Adele’s 21… Lists her favorite childhood cartoons as Rugrats, Rocket Power, and Spongebob Squarepants… Happiest day of her life was making the varsity tennis team at Cranbrook because of all the training and hard work that went into making the team… Intends on being a physician after graduating from Loyola.

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