Charlotte Women's Tennis BIO
Macy Vonderschmidt
Player Profile:
Macy Vonderschmidt 1438037
Height: 5'3"
Year: Senior
Hometown: McKinney, Texas
High School: Boyd HS
Experience: 3 Letters

Fall: Garnered Dean’s List recognition … Played in four different events, including the ITA Carolina Regional … Opened the campaign with three-straight victories, all at the CofC Invitational … Started with a three-set comeback triumph over her foe from Stetson … Added straight-set wins against opponents from Samford and College of Charleston … Contributed doubles victories with Tai Martin at the tournament and with Tyler Baker at the round-robin Charlotte 49ers Invitational.
Spring: Picked as an ITA Scholar Athlete … Selected to the Conference USA Honor Roll … Earned a spot on the Chancellor’s List … Named to the All-Conference USA Singles Third Team … Closed the campaign by winning her last four decisions … Picked up straight-set triumphs over foes from Davidson (April 8), Lenoir-Rhyne (April 10), at UNC Greensboro (April 15) and versus Louisiana Tech (April 21) in the Conference USA Championships … Recorded back-to-back straight-set victories at Presbyterian (Feb. 4) and against College of Charleston (Feb. 7) … Tallied a straight-set win in neutral-site action versus her opponent from Creighton (March 7) … Led the squad with 11 doubles triumphs, including 10 with Tyler Baker … Pair managed a stretch from versus Creighton through versus Marshall (March 25) in only regular-season Conference USA contest in which it won four-straight decisions … Personal season-best span began the match prior, against No. 66 Winthrop (March 3), with only win playing with Megan Smith … Tallied four victories in a five-match run late in the season with Baker as duo topped opponents against Davidson, against Lenoir-Rhyne, at UNC Greensboro and versus Louisiana Tech … Carded triumphs at Presbyterian and against College of Charleston.

Fall: Selected to the Dean’s List … Posted three-straight wins to begin the season … Tallied back-to-back three-set decisions against her foe from Wofford at the season-opening Charlotte Invitational and in her first contest of the Wake Forest Invitational against her opponent from Stetson … Earned consecutive victories, in her last match of the Wake Forest Invitational against a foe from Conference USA member WKU and in her opening tilt of the ITA Carolinas Regional against an opponent from Appalachian State … Shared the team lead with six doubles triumphs … Started with four-straight victories, including the first three with Sierra Stone to sweep competition at the Charlotte Invitational … Posted a win with Natsuko Takayanagi at the Wake Forest Invitational … Teamed with Stone for two other triumphs to cap the campaign at the 49er Invitational.
Spring: Named to the Conference USA Honor Roll … Tabbed to the Dean’s List … Earned All-Conference USA Singles Third Team honors … Became the first multi-time All-C-USA Team selection in school history … Ended the year with a team-high tying 35 combined victories … Placed fourth on the squad with 12 singles wins, playing primarily at the No. 2 spot … Sealed the 49ers’ 4-1 triumph versus Florida Atlantic in the Conference USA Championships First Round … Started the season with four-straight straight-set victories, including a three-set decision in the opener at Liberty (Jan. 31) … Lost only a combined three games in the next-three outings, against Presbyterian (Feb. 4) and the doubleheader against North Carolina A&T (Feb. 7) and Wingate (Feb. 7) … Tallied other three-set wins against her foes from Wofford (March 10) and Florida Atlantic … Went the distance against the No. 76-ranked player from No. 1 North Carolina (March 7) … Picked up a regular-season Conference USA triumph over her opponent during the neutral-site contest versus UAB (March 14) … Collected a victory in her only career match at the No. 1 slot, against her foe from Lenoir-Rhyne (April 2).


Fall: Tabbed to the Chancellor’s List ... Saw action in three tournaments after making her debut at the Charlotte Invitational … Forced opening-set tiebreakers in both of her singles matches at the season-ending 49er Invitational ... Posted her lone doubles win with junior Lisa Grosselius at the Wake Forest Invitational as the pair knocked off its opponent from Appalachian State.
Spring: Named as an ITA Scholar Athlete … Collected the Conference USA Medal … Received Chancellor’s List honors … Selected as a “Perfect Niner” with a 4.0 semester GPA … Garnered All-Conference USA Singles Second Team accolades … Chosen as the March 25 Conference USA Athlete of the Week … Posted wins in a team season-best six-straight decisions leading into the award … Earned four of the half-dozen triumphs in straight sets with three-set victories coming against her opponents from Mercer (March 5) and at UAB (March 15) in Conference USA action … Started the stretch with a win over her foe from USC Upstate (Feb. 28) before hanging losses on opponents at No. 73 Samford (March 14), at Campbell (March 21) and against Western Carolina (March 22) … Her triumph against the nationally-ranked Bulldogs was the lone point for the squad … Paced the team with 11 wins … Collected her first victory with a shutout over her opponent from Belmont Abbey (Feb. 20) … Capped the campaign with four-consecutive triumphs, including two in three sets, after rising to the No. 3 slot … Posted straight-set victories against opponents from Davidson (April 4) and versus Southern Miss (April 16) in the Conference USA Championships … Topped her foes from North Carolina Central (April 9) and in league play against East Carolina (April 12) to close the regular-season slate … Her decision against the Lady Eagles clinched the team win and she rallied against her Lady Pirates opponent to pull out the triumph … Led the team with seven doubles victories … Tallied wins in her last three decisions and four of her last five … Contributed a triumph with Jessica Pérez and three others with Victoria Pahlett during the run … Played alongside Pérez for two additional victories against foes from Gardner-Webb (Feb. 6) and Mercer … Combined with Briana Bodner to hand their opponents from Belmont Abbey a shutout defeat.

Listed as a four-star recruit on ... Trained at the T Bar M Tennis Academy (Dallas, Texas) ... Ranked as high as No. 134 nationally ... Tallied three wins over five-star recruits ... Posted eight victories against four-star recruits ... Reached the quarterfinals of the 2012 USTA National Open ... Moved up as high as No. 6 in the state for the U16 division.

Born May 10, 1995 ... Daughter of Kevin and Lisa Vonderschmidt ... A pre-child and family development major.

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