Charlotte Women's Tennis BIO
Jessica Pérez
Player Profile:
Jessica Pérez 924865
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Charlotte, N.C.
High School: Myers Park HS
Experience: 3 Letters

Fall: Selected to the Athletic Director’s List … Opened the campaign with three-in-a-row singles wins … Posted back-to-back straight set victories at the Charlotte Invitational over opponents from Campbell and Wofford … Defeated her foe from West Virginia State at the Wake Forest Invitational … Dropped just two games in completing the campaign with a win over her foe from Davidson at the 49er Invitational … Registered two doubles wins, one each with Natsuko Takayanagi and Briana Bodner … Paired with Takayanagi for a shutout victory against their opponents from Wofford at the Charlotte Invitational … Garnered a triumph with Bodner at the Wake Forest Invitational.
Spring: Picked to the Conference USA Honor Roll … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director’s List … Saw action in only one match, in doubles action … Earned an unfinished result with Macy Vonderschmidt against North Carolina A&T (Feb. 7).


Fall: Earned an Athletic Director’s List honor ... Participated in three of the four events ... Earned her lone win by handing her foe from USC Upstate a straight-set loss in the 49er Invitational ... Allowed only one game victory in the two-set affair to garner the triumph ... Competed in three tie-breaking decisions during doubles play.
Spring: Tabbed to the Conference USA Honor Roll … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director’s List … Grabbed shutout triumphs at the No. 5 slot over her opponent from Belmont Abbey (Feb. 20) and against Davidson (April 4) … Knocked off her foe from Southern Miss (April 16) in the Conference USA Championships … Dropped only three games in defeating her opponent from Mercer (March 5) … Ranked second on the team with five doubles wins … Needed a tiebreaker with Macy Vonderschmidt at the No. 2 slot to hand their opponents from Western Carolina (March 22) a loss … Tallied two other triumphs with her to defeat Gardner-Webb (Feb. 6) and Mercer … Paired with Natsuko Takayanagi for a victory over their foes from Belmont Abbey … Added a win with Tyler Baker against their opponents from North Carolina Central (April 9).

Fall: Named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Selected to the Chancellor’s List … Tallied a season-best five-straight singles victories … Included the stretch were a pair of shutout wins, with no games lost, in dual matches … Captured a three-set triumph to cap the run against her opponent from Davidson at the Wake Forest Invitational … Added consecutive victories over foes from Davidson at the season-opening College of Charleston Invitational … Started the campaign with five-straight doubles triumphs … Did not drop a game in either dual match contest … Knocked off foes at the College of Charleston Invitational which included a mixed pair from Coastal Carolina and Samford and then Davidson … Handed another mixed duo, this time from College of Charleston and Radford, a setback at the Wake Forest Invitational.
Spring: Garnered a spot on the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll ...  Finished the semester as a "Perfect Niner" with a 4.0 GPA ... Picked as a Chancellor's List honoree ... Tabbed as an ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Played just two singles dual matches … Earned a triumph in her only decision, against her foe from Dayton (March 28) in the lone regular-season Atlantic 10 contest … Posted victories in six of her last seven decisions in doubles … Concluded the stretch with wins at Davidson (April 12) in the regular-season finale and versus Rhode Island (April 18) in the Atlantic 10 Championships … Tallied a season-long four-match triumphant streak from at Charleston Southern (March 4) through Dayton … Collected a pair of victories earlier in the season with back-to-back wins against Campbell (Feb. 2) in the home spring opener and against Mercer (Feb. 8).

Registered a 70-12 high school record ... Competed in three straight individual singles state tournaments from 2009-11 ... Garnered an all-region honor from 2008 through 2011 ... Selected to the 2010 all-conference team ... Won the 2008 doubles conference championship and finished as a regional finalist ... Was a member of her high school's state championship squad in 2008 ... Helped guide her high school to state finalist results in 2009 and 2010 ... Led the program to a 2011 state semifinalist appearance ... Her high school won the conference crown from 2008-10 … A member of the National Honor Society ... Received recognition on the A/B Honor Roll.

Born Nov. 12, 1993 … William and Deianira Pérez ... Has one brother, Brian … An international business major with a minor in economics.
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