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Player profile

(Updated March 2018)
Essen, Germany
high school
Helmholtz Gymnasium

Spring 2018:

Along with partner Andrea Garcia, defeated Utah’s 60th ranked doubles pair of Brianna Turley and Margo Pletcher to clinch the doubles point in the Seminoles 7-0 shutout of the Utes (Jan. 12), also defeated Whitney Turley of Utah 6-3, 6-1 on court four…dominated Virginia’s number five singles player, 6-2, 6-0, in the first match of the ITA Kickoff Weekend (Jan. 26), also won her doubles match with partner Gabriella Castaneda to clinch the doubles point…took down FAU’s Marisa Ruiz on court five 6-2, 3-6, 6-2 (Feb. 10)…earned a 6-3, 6-1 straight set win on court four against Air Force and a 6-3 doubles win on court two against Georgia Southern during the military appreciation weekend (Feb. 17)…earned a three set victory on court five in a 4-3 loss to No. 12/6 Georgia Tech (Feb. 25)…helped defeat No. 31 Clemson 6-1 with a win on court five 6-2, 6-3 (Mar. 2)…won 6-2, 6-2 on court four against Pitt (Mar. 4)…earned the third ranked win of her career and the first of the season with a 6-3, 6-2 win against North Carolina’s No. 112 Chloe Ouellet-Pizer (Mar. 18)…

Fall 2017:

Only played in three doubles matches and went 3-0 with partner Ariana Rahmanparast in the FSU All-Conference Showdown…won the Spear bracket with an 8-6 win over Ma and Esguerra of East Tennessee State

Spring 2017:

Florida State’s lone ranked singles player throughout the year posted 11 wins at court three…posted 10 wins (four over ranked opponents) at court one doubles with freshman Andrea Garcia…recorded by far the best individual win of the season against No. 3 North Carolina, defeating No. 4 Sara Daavettila 2-6, 6-4, 10-8…got out to a big lead in the third set tiebreak and held on for the career win…after the match, checked in at No. 103 in the ITA rankings and remained ranked for the rest of the regular season and ACC tournament…reeled off six straight singles wins beginning with the win against UNC…also posted wins against Louisville, Boston College, Syracuse, and No. 43 Virginia in conference…at No. 7 Ohio State, led 4-1 in the second set looking to force a third set against No. 41 Anna Sanford…at court one doubles with Garcia, led FSU to school-record 20 team doubles points…in final weekend of regular season, defeated No. 33 Chloe Gullickson/Cassie Mercer of No. 43 Virginia 6-4 and No. 61 Caroline Daxhelet/Francesca Fusinato of Virginia Tech 6-2…finished strong in the NCAA Championship, defeating Arizona State’s No. 68 Nicole Fossa-Huergo/Alexandra Osborne 7-6(1) and earned a career best win over Auburn’s No. 14 Alizee Michaud/Taylor Russo 7-6(6) to help secure the doubles point…also posted wins against No. 21 Miami, No. 26 NC State, Pitt, and No. 28 Notre Dame in conference…ranked an impressive No. 65 nationally in the final ITA doubles rankings

Fall 2016:

Competed at Furman Classic, in the ITA Southeast Regional Championship, and Seminole All-Conference Showdown…went 4-4 in singles and 2-4 in doubles…defeated Chloe Pizer of North Carolina in three sets at Furman…contributed to undefeated first day at ITA Regional, defeating Miami’s Clara Tanielian in straight sets…won two matches over Wisconsin and UCF at Seminole All-Conference Showdown.


Enrolled at Florida State in January and immediately contributed, finishing with a 9-11 singles record and 5-11 doubles mark on the season…tallied one ranked singles win, against No. 117 Caroline Daxhelet of Virginia Tech in March…her ranked doubles win came paired with sophomore Gabriella Castaneda, a 6-2 win over No. 64 Lexi Borr and Jackie Urbinati of Boston College.

Before FSU:

Placed second in the U14 German Championships in singles and U18 German Championships in doubles…won the U14 Polish Championship…competed for the German junior Fed Cup team at age 15.


Parents are Katarzyna and Waldemar Mikulski…has one older brother, Jakub…both parents are from Poland, and Julia speaks Polish as well as German.