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Player profile

(Updated May 2019)

Singles Stats:

Year Overall Dual Match Tournament ACC Court 1 Court 2 Court 3 Court 4 Court 5 Court 6 Ranked Wins
2017-18 18-8 15-9 3-1 9-4 14-9 1-0 8-9
2018-19 19-17 13-9 6-8 6-7 11-9 2-0 10-13
Total 37-25 28-18 9-9 15-11 25-18 3-0 18-22

Doubles Stats:

Year Overall Dual Match Tour ACC Court 1 Court 2 Court 3 Ranked Wins
2017-18 17-10 15-10 2-0 7-5 7-9 8-1 2-7
2018-19 20-9 16-6 4-3 9-3 2-1 12-5 2-0 3-3
Total 37-19 31-16 6-3 16-8 9-10 20-6 2-0 5-10


  • All-ACC First Team (2018)
  • NCAA Singles Championship Qualifier (2018-19)
  • ITA Scholar-Athlete (2018)
  • All-ACC Academic Team (2018 & 2019)
  • Second Team All-ACC (2019)

Spring 2019:

Finished her career with a 13-9 record in singles and a 16-6 record in doubles in her finals season with Florida State and Second Team All-ACC honors earning her a spot in the NCAA Singles Championship for the second straight season… her 16 doubles wins was tied for second on the team… earned seven ranked singles wins and one ranked doubles win… took down FAU’s Natalia Boltinskaya 6-2, 6-1 in the first match of the season (Jan. 11)… Earned her second ranked win on court two when she took down No. 24 Florida’s 39th ranked McCartney Kessler on court two, 6-1, 6-1 (Feb. 18)… grabbed her third ranked win when taking down Pitt’s 99th ranked Claudia Bartolome 7-6 (3), 6-1 on court one (Mar. 3)… her fourth-ranked win came against No. 42 Notre Dame’s 58th ranked Zoe Spence on court 1 7-6 (3), 7-5 (Mar. 17)… took down No. 14 Wake Forest’s 32nd ranked Emma Davis 6-7 (5), 6-4, 1-0 (5) (Mar. 29)…took down Davis once again in the first round of the ACC Tournament 6-3, 6-3 on court one (Apr. 19)… earned her last ranked win of the season on court one in the ACC Tournament semifinals when she took down No. 3 Duke’s 12th ranked Maria Mateas 6-4, 6-3 (Apr. 20)… earned her sole ranked doubles win of the spring over No. 56 Mateas/Bilokin of Duke 6-1, helping lead the Seminoles to the doubles point over Duke (Feb. 22)…

Fall 2018:

Ended the fall with a 6-7 doubles record and a 4-3 doubles record…was 3-5 against ranked opponents in singles and 2-1 in doubles…began the season with a third-place doubles finish at the Debbie Southern Fall Classic hosted by Furman with partner Emmanuelle Salas…the duo defeated No. 21 Granic/Markovic of Texas in the third place match…came up one doubles match short of advancing to the main draw of the ITA All-American Championship…defeated No. 35 Rice/Carr of Arkansas in the first round of qualifying…made it to the consolation semifinals of the main draw of the All-American Championship…defeated two ranked opponents along the way (No. 15 Jada Hart of UCLA and No. 18 Kate Fahey of Michigan)…advanced to the singles quarterfinals at the ITA Southeast Regional…qualified for the ITA Fall Championships and advanced to the consolation round of 16…defeated No. 34 Olivia Hauger of California in a comeback three-set win in the first round of consolations.

Spring 2018:

In her first career collegiate match, clinched the match for Florida State with a 7-5, 6-4 win over Utah’s Brianna Turley on court two (Jan, 12)…went 2-0 in singles and doubles at the Hawaii Rainbow Wahine Invitational (Jan. 13-14)…won her first match at the No. 1 position against Virginia (Jan. 26) in the first match of the ITA Kickoff Weekend, also went 2-0 in doubles, including a 6-3 win with partner Ariana Rahmanparast to help capture the doubles point from No.2 Vanderbilt…earned a doubles win on court two 6-2 with Rahmanparast in the win over No. 3 Florida during the College MatchDay event held at the USTA National Center, live on the tennis channel (Feb. 3)…went 2-0 in doubles on court two in the weekend doubleheader against The Citadel and Mercer (Feb. 10)…went 2-0 in singles on court one during the military appreciation weekend (Feb. 17); won 6-3, 6-0 against Air Force and 6-3, 6-1 against Georgia Southern…battled and won in a three set thriller against No. 25 Paige Hourigan of No. 12/6 Georgia Tech on court one (Feb. 25)…was the first one to finish against Pitt as she defeated Camila Moreno on court one 6-1, 6-2 (Mar. 4)…defeated back-to-back ranked opponent when taking on NC State (Mar. 16) and North Carolina (Mar. 18)… defeated NC State’s No. 51 Anna Rogers 7-5, 6-2 and then came back two days later and took down UNC’s No. 16 Alle Sanford 7-5, 6-1 all on court one…earned her fourth ranked win of the season on court one with a  4-6, 6-4 10-3 win over No. 32 Emma Davis. (Mar. 23)…defeated her fifth ranked opponent with a 7-5, 7-6 (7-5) win over No. 74 Rose Johansen of No. 18 Duke (Mar. 31)…earned her sixth ranked win with a 6-2, 6-2 win over No. 62 Natalie Novotna on court one (Apr. 13)…took down Notre Dame’s Allison Miller 6-0, 6-2 on court one (Apr. 20)…won 7-5, 6-2 on court one against Louisville’s Aleksandra Mally (Apr. 22)…clinch the first round match of the NCAA Tournament against UNF on court one with a 7-6, 6-2 win (May 12)…

Fall 2017:

Did not participate in fall competition.

Spring 2017:

Joined team in January but did not participate in the 2017 spring season.

Before FSU:

Holds a career-high ranking of No. 26 in France 558 (singles) and 420 (doubles) in the world from the WTA…holds five ITF senior titles from Sardinia, Turkey, Switzerland, and France…as a junior, won the Saint Cyprien ITF junior grade 3 and was a French doubles champion, regional junior champion…participated in the Roland Garros Junior French Championships.


Outside of tennis, enjoys writing for film, meeting new people, going to the movies, and playing soccer and basketball…loves life…majoring in creative writing…daughter of Sylvie Dupuy and Jean-Claude Touly…father was a professional moto racer, while her mother played squash…younger brother is an under 16 world moto champion…aspires to play professional tennis…after tennis, hopes to return to Florida State for a master’s degree in film…born Aug. 30, 1996.