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Emma Alsup
Emma Alsup
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Nashville, Tenn.
High School: Harpeth Hall School

2019 (Senior): Named first-team All-NCAC in doubles and singles ... recognized as the NCAC Doubles Team of the Year for the third straight year with partner Lauren Hawley ... honored as an ITA All-American in doubles ... went 21-7 overall and 16-5 in top-flight doubles with Hawley ... posted a record of 13-11 in singles play, including a 10-8 mark in No. 2 singles ... reached the Elite Eight with Hawley at the 2019 NCAA Division III Women's Tennis Doubles Championship ... named to the 2018-19 NCAC Academic Honor Roll ... named a 2018-19 ITA Scholar-Athlete.

2018 (Junior): Earned first-team All-NCAC honors in doubles and second-team recognition as a singles competitor ... was named as the NCAC Doubles Team of the Year for the second year in a row with partner Lauren Hawley ... posted a 14-7 overall record in top-flight doubles with Hawley ... went 9-9 in singles competition, led by an 8-9 record in No. 2 singles ... named to the 2017-18 NCAC Academic Honor Roll.

2017 (Sophomore): Named first-team All-NCAC in both singles and doubles play ... was also named the inaugural NCAC Doubles Team of the Year with partner Lauren Hawley ... qualified for the NCAA Championship Tournament as a doubles player ... posted a 21-9 record with Hawley, which included a 15-6 record at the top flight ... co-led the team with 19 singles victories (19-8) including an impressive 15-5 record at the second flight ... named to the 2016-17 NCAC Academic Honor Roll ... named a 2016-17 ITA Scholar-Athlete.

2016 (Freshman): Earned honorable mention All-NCAC honors in singles and second-team all-conference doubles recognition ... went 16-9 in singles competition, including a 12-8 dual-match record across four flights ... posted a 16-10 record in doubles action, which included a 12-7 record at the second flight ... named a 2015-16 ITA Scholar-Athlete.

Personal: Economics major with a minor in history ... daughter of Mary and Roger Alsup ... father, Roger, played football at Vanderbilt University ... brother, Owen, is currently on the men's tennis team at Centre College ... first-team All-Midstate single and second-team All-Midstate doubles player in 2014 ... was honored at the Denison athletics Top-50 celebration in 2017, 2018, and 2019 ... currently a member of DIG, Denison's Diversity and Inclusion Athlete Advisory Group.