Annie Sullivan
Annie Sullivan
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Deerfield, Ill.
High School: Woodlands Academy
Major: History
Residential College: Berkeley

2012-13 Season (Junior): Won the team's Lisa Rosenblum Award for most valuable player... Named second team All-Ivy at singles… Went 19-1 in the spring… began the season at Nos. 4 and 5 before settling into No. 3…Named second team All-Ivy at doubles with Elizabeth Epstein… Played No. 1 doubles with Epstein and went 9-4… Achieved a 14-2 record at doubles in the fall… Won the Cissie Leary Invitational with Sarah Guzick…With Elizabeth Epstein defeated No. 38 pair Melissa Bolivar and Lina Lileikite of the University of Miami… Reached the quarterfinals of the USTA/ITA Division I Northeast Regional Championship playing with Madeleine Hamilton... Opened the season with an eight-match doubles winning streak... At singles, went 8-2 in the fall... Reached the finals of the Cissie Leary Invitational.

2011-12 Season (Sophomore): Won the team’s Most Improved Player Award … Second Team All-Ivy in doubles … Playing with Elizabeth Epstein, peaked at No. 24 in national doubles rankings … With Amber Li, was ranked as high as No. 58 in doubles … In singles, went 25-10 … Played at Nos. 4-6 … After starting season 7-7, went 18-3 the rest of the way … Had win streaks of six and seven matches … Went 6-1 in Ivy League play … In doubles, went 27-8 … Played at No. 2, mostly with Epstein … After starting season 6-7, went 21-1 the rest of the way … Was 21-1 with Epstein … Went 6-3 with Li … Had win streaks of eleven and ten matches … Won the fourth draw at the USTA Invitational … Advanced to semifinals in doubles and quarterfinals in singles at Northeast Regionals … Won her doubles match in the 4-3 upset of Notre Dame … Won her doubles match against No. 10 Michigan.

2010-11 Season (Freshman): 20-6 singles record … Second team All-Ivy doubles player with Lindsay Clark … Started the season playing at No. 6, finished playing at No. 5 … Won the clinching match against Princeton in the ECAC Indoor Championships to win the title for Yale … Won her match against Dartmouth to help Yale gain a share of the Ivy League lead … Won her match against College of William and Mary to help Yale win its first-ever NCAA Tournament Match … 19-6 in doubles play … Started season at No. 2, but finished at No. 1 … Won consecutive victories against Dartmouth, Brown, and College of William and Mary to gain the Ivy League lead, clinch a share of the title, and finally to help Yale gain its first ever NCAA Tournament victory … Fall season was highlighted by reaching the semifinals at the USTA Billy Jean King National Tennis Center Women’s College Invitational … Posted a 6-4 doubles record in the fall … Fall double season was highlighted by reaching the finals at the USTA Billy Jean King National Tennis Center Women’s College Invitational doubles draw with partner Kim Szokol.

Before Yale: Earned highest national ranking, No. 28, as a senior … Reached No. 7 in the Midwest rankings as a junior ... Won National St. Louis Clay Courts Tournament … Fourth place at National Midwest Open … Fourth place at National K-Swiss Championships … Had wins over players ranked No. 3, No. 4, and No. 15 in the country … Took official visits to Notre Dame and Yale.