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ANDREA GARCIA

PLAYER PROFILE

(Updated May 2020)
year
Freshman
hometown
Asturias, Spain
high school
CEEDCV

SINGLES STATISTICS

Year Overall Dual
Match
Fall ACC Court
1
Court
2
Court
3
Court
4
Court
5
Court
6
Ranked
Wins
2016-2017 17-4 13-10 4-4 6-3 ___ ___ ___ 1-1 7-5 5-4 0-2
2017-2018 28-11 19-5 9-6 10-3 ___ ___ ___ ___ 2-1 17-4 0-2
2019-2019 16-9 11-5 5-4 7-1 ___ ___ ___ ___ 2-0 9-5 0-1
2019-2020 18-10 10-4 8-6 3-1 ___ ___ ___ 1-0 1-1 8-3 1-0
Total 79-44 53-24 26-20 26-8 ___ ___ ___ 2-1 12-7 39-16 1-5

DOUBLES STATISTICS

Year Overall Dual
Match
Fall ACC Court
1
Court
2
Court
3
Ranked
Wins
2016-2017 14-15 10-12 4-3 5-3 9-8 1-4 ___ 4-3
2017-2018 27-11 14-9 13-2 7-3 6-2 8-7 ___ 1-5
2018-2019 26-9 19-6 7-3 9-5 3-0 0-1 15-5 0-0
2019-2020 17-7 6-5 11-2 1-2 0-2 5-3 1-0 0-1
Total 84-42 48-32 35-10 22-13 18-12 14-15 16-5 5-9

HONORS

2018 ACC Player of the Week (Feb. 6, 2018)
2018 All-ACC Academic Team
2019 All-ACC Academic Team

ON GARCIA

One of the winningest players – both singles and doubles – in school history…third in school history with 85 career doubles victories and one of only six players in school history with 80 or more career doubles victories…seventh in school history with 165 total wins (80 in singles and 85 in doubles) during her career (2017-20)…holds two of the two of the top-12 single season wins totals for doubles competition – 27 in 2018 and 26 in 2019…tied for eighth in school history for single-season singles wins with 28 in 2018 as a sophomore…tied for eighth in school history for single-season doubles wins with 17 in 2018…tied for ninth in school history for career single season career wins (28 in 2018)…tied for 12th in school history for single-season doubles wins with 26 as a junior…tied for 12th in school history for career singles wins with 80 during her four year career (2017-20)…tied for 14th in school history for career doubles win percentage (.669, 85-42)…tied for 20th in single-season doubles win percentage (.750, 18-6) during the 2020 season as a junior…tied for 24th in school history for a single season for doubles wins with 17 (with Petra Hule) in 2018…totaled six wins in both doubles and single during her career over nationally ranked opponents.

SPRING 2020

One of Florida State’s senior leaders who led the Seminoles to a No. 2 national ranking and to a 14-3 overall record…earned a 10-4 record in singles play and a 6-5 record in doubles lay to close her career as one of the winningest players in school history…was 3-1 in ACC play as a senior in her final semester to close her career with a 26-8 record in conference matches…won seven of her nine spring singles matches from February (against No. 7 Texas) through February 28 (at Florida Gulf Coast) to help Florida State continue to move up in the national rankings…earned victories in her matches against No 1 North Carolina, No. 7 Texas, No. 14 Washington, No. 22 Georgia Tech and No. 47 Clemson…won seven spring doubles matches (five with Das) with wins coming against No. 7 Texas, No. 10 Virginia, No. 15 UCF, Cal Santa Barbara, Air Force, Florida A&M and Stetson.

FALL 2019

Finished with a 9-6 record in singles play and an 11-2 record in doubles play as she enjoyed a very successful fall season as a senior…won her final six doubles matches of the fall season with wins over Georgia State, Georgia, Miami (with Nandini Das) and over Tulane, Middle Tennessee and Furman (with Mira Stegmann)…won the flight two doubles championship with Nandini Das as the pair closed out doubles play with a dominating 8-3 victory over Peyton Pesavento and Maddie Lynch of Wake Forest at the Debbie Southern Fall Classic at Furman University…victories at Furman came against Tennessee, Furman and Wake Forest in the championship match…was 3-2 in singles play in the ITA Southeast Regional Championship in Tallahassee…won her final two singles matches including her consolation bracket final…finished with a 2-1 record in doubles play with Nandani Das at the Women’s Collegiate Invitational at Pepperdine University…also 2-1 with Das in doubles play at the ITA Southeast Regional Championship.

SPRING 2019

Finished up her junior season with an 11-5 singles record and a 19-6 doubles record… went 7-1 in ACC play with wins over Miami, Notre Dame, Wake Forest NC State and Virginia… was a mainstay in the doubles lineup with a 3-0 record on court one, a 1-1 record on court two and a 15-5 record on court three… she helped lead the Seminoles to win 21 of the 28 doubles points on the season… her performance on the season helped lead Florida State to the programs first-ever ranking in the ITA top-10.

FALL 2018

Capped off her fall with a 5-4 singles record and a 7-3 doubles record, good for second best on the team…went 4-3 in doubles with partner Julia Mikulski, the duo was preseason ranked No 58 in the ITA rankings…went a perfect 3-0 with partner Emmanuelle Salas…the two teamed up at the Seminole All-Conference showdown and went on to win the doubles Flight B Championship…also won the singles Flight F championship at the All-Conference Showdown.

SPRING 2018

Started the season 9-0, with five of those wins on the No. 6 court… clinched the doubles point with a win over Utah’s 60th ranked doubles pair of Brianna Turley and Margo Pletcher, and was the first one off in singles against Utah…defeated Victoria Robertson on court six 6-1, 6-2…finished her week in Hawai’i going 2-0 in singles and doubles in the Rainbow Wahine Invitational…earned Florida State’s first only point against Illinois with a 7-5, 7-5 win on court five… along with partner Petra Hule, defeated No. 2 Vanderbilt’s top doubles pair 7-6 (5) to help Florida State secure the doubles point …clinched the match against No. 3 Florida on court six 6-3, 3-6, 6-2 during the College MatchDay event held at the USTA National Center, live on the tennis channel…named the ACC Player of the Week for clinching the match against Florida…clinched yet another match against FAU with a 2-6, 6-4, 6-0 comeback win on court six…went 1-0 in singles and 2-0 in doubles during military appreciation weekend against Air Force and Georgia Southern…earned a straight-set win on court six against No. 12/6 Georgia Tech in her first ACC match of the season…improved to 8-0 after two ACC matches against No. 31 Clemson and Pittsburgh in three sets on court six…was the first singles point against No. 42 Miami after winning 6-1, 6-1 on court six…took down Hannah Zhao of Duke on court six in three sets for the Seminoles’ only win against No. 4 Duke…Improved to 12-3 in singles with her tenth win on court six against No. 18 Virginia…improved to 14-3 on the season with two wins on court six against No. 25 Syracuse and Boston College…won her sixth straight match on her way to a 4-6, 6-2, 10-6 win over Virginia Tech on court six…clinched the match against Notre Dame with a 6-2, 6-4 win on court six…won 6-3, 6-2 on court six against Virginia Tech in the ACC Tournament second round…defeated North Florida 6-1, 6-1 on court one in the first round of the NCAA Tournament…clinched her seventh match of the season to advance the team to the Sweet 16 with a 6-3, 6-7, 6-4 win on court six against Florida.

FALL 2017

Finished the fall with a 6-6 singles record and an 11-2 doubles record…was a part of the Seminoles best doubles team in the fall with partner Petra Hule (11-2)…went 1-2 in singles at the Furman Fall Classic and 2-1 in doubles including an 8-1 victory over Ohio State and an 8-5 win over Wake Forest in the fifth-place match…won the fifth-place match and went 2-1 in the Northwestern Wildcat Invitational with a 1-6, 6-0, 6-0 win over Chicago State…earned a Garnet doubles bracket championship with Hule, the pair went 4-0 including a 6-3 win over Pittsburgh…won one singles match and two doubles matches at the ITA Southeast regional…made it to the final of the Seminole singles bracket at the FSU All-Conference Showdown…won the top doubles bracket with an 8-6 win in the finals USF.

SPRING 2017

Second on the team with 13 singles victories in first spring season…showed well at the five and six spots in the lineup, while starting at court one singles alongside Julia Mikulski…won six straight matches down the stretch to help the Seminoles make a run into the NCAA Championship…also earned win against No. 26 NC State…ended regular season with win over Virginia Tech…in ACC Championship rematch with No. 42 Virginia, clinched win and team’s NCAA bid with three set victory over Teodora Radosavljevic to seal the 4-2 triumph… at court one doubles with Mikulski, led FSU to school-record 20 team doubles points…in final weekend of regular season, defeated No. Virginia 6-4 and 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

Joined the team in fall and immediately contributed…earned four singles and four doubles wins in the fall…won a match against Tennessee at the Furman Classic…won all three matches to capture the “Garnet” flight of the Seminole All-Conference Showdown…also won both doubles matches with Nandini Das…added wins with Ariana Rahmanparast at the ITA Regional and with Daniela Schippers at Furman.

BEFORE FLORIDA STATE

Graduated from CEEDVC in Valencia…career-high ranking of 280 in ITF Juniors…champion of 2015 XXI International Junior de Leiria ITF Title in Portugal and doubles Champion at the same ITF tournament in 2014… reached three other doubles ITF Semifinals, including the Vall de Uxo, Spain ITF in 2014…also reached the Quarterfinals of the National Spanish Championships in 2015…ranked as high as No. 32 in the National Spanish Open Women’s rankings.

PERSONAL

Born May 24, 1998…daughter of Jose Luis Garcia and Maria Luz Fernandez…started playing tennis at the age of seven…also played soccer when she was younger…has one sister who is five years younger…major is Dietetics.