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2019 All-ACC Academic Team
2019 Second Team All-ACC
2019 Golden Nole (FSU Student Services)
2019 Golden Torch (FSU Academics)
2019 NCAA Doubles Championship Qualifier
2019 Dean’s List (Fall and Spring)
2020 Academic Dean’s List (Fall and Spring)
2020 ITA Scholar Athlete Team
2021 President’s List
2021 All-ACC Academic Team
2021 NCAA Tournament Championship Individual Selection (singles)
Completed her stellar FSU career playing in her first-ever NCAA Individual Championships and ranked in the top 20 in doubles and 77th in singles…won four matches versus nationally ranked singles opponents…completed her career ranked 14th for career doubles winning percentage (67.1)…reached 100 combined career wins…solidified FSU’s doubles lineup moving to court one with Victoria Allen…the pair ended the season ranked #20 nationally.
Finished with an 8-8 mark in singles play and a 9-4 doubles mark as Florida State was ranked No.2 nationally…played in the No. 1 singles spot and the No. 3 doubles position with Sasha Hill…was 7-7 on court No. 1 as Florida State’s top player…earned big singles wins against No. 18 Texas A&M and No. 47 Clemson as well as No. 91 Bohan Markovic (4-6, 6-1, 6-3) of Hawaii…three straight singles wins over Hawaii, Cal Santa Barbara and Texas A&M to begin the spring season…a victory in ACC play over No. 47 Clemson…played doubles predominantly with Sasha Hill on court No.3…wins in doubles came against No. 5 Ohio State, No. 7 Texas, No. 14 Washington, No. 18 Texas A&M and No. 47 Clemson.
Was 6-6 in singles play and was outstanding in doubles play with an 11-4 record…finished with a 3-1 record in singles play in the ITA Southeast Regional Championship in Tallahassee…earned three consecutive wins over Georgia, UFC and Florida Atlantic…a 2-1 record in the Seminole All-Conference Showdown in Tallahassee…won her final six doubles matches of the fall season – three teamed with Victoria Allen and three teamed with Nandini Das…advanced to the semifinals of doubles play in the ITA Southeast Regional Championship in Tallahassee…lost their first match to Georgia, then defeated Florida A&M, Florida Gulf Coast and Georgia to finish with a 3-1 record…won the doubles championship at the Seminole All-Conference Showdown (with Das)…gained wins over Furman and Auburn – both with dominating 6-1 scores – to gain the flight title.
Finished her first spring season with a 17-5 singles record and 14-8 doubles record, earning her Second Team All-ACC Honors and a trip to the NCAA Doubles Championship with partner Ana Oparenovic… her 17 singles wins were the most on the team, she was 9-3 on court two and 8-2 on court three with an 8-5 record in the ACC… earned three ranked singles wins and five ranked doubles wins… earned her first ranked singles win of the spring with a win over No. 10 NC State’s 75th ranked Alana Smith on court two 7-5, 6-7, 7-6 (Apr. 7)… her second ranked win of the spring came against No. 3 Duke’s 25th ranked Meible Chi on court two during the ACC Tournament semifinals 2-6, 7-5, 6-2 (Apr. 20)… finished the season with her last ranked singles win with a 6-1, 6-1 win on court two over No. 25 UCF’s 82nd ranked Ksenia Kuznetsova… took down No. 67 Labrana/Markovic (Texas) 6-4, No. 71 Knutson/Ramirez (Syracuse) 6-3, No. 28 Davis/Carter (Wake Forest) 6-2, No. 8 Aney/Graham (North Carolina) 6-2 and No. 34 Davis/Carter (Wake Forest) 6-2… had a career-high singles ranking of No. 94 and doubles ranking of No. 21.
In her first semester of competition went 7-5 in singles and 7-3 in doubles…earned a 2-2 singles record against ranked opponents and a 2-1 doubles record against ranked foes…began the fall as the second-ranked newcomer in the ITA newcomer rankings…defeated No. 30 Christina at the Debbie Southern Fall Classic hosted by Furman…began the season with a third-place doubles finish at the Debbie Southern Fall Classic with partner Carla Touly…the duo defeated No. 21 Granic/Markovic of Texas in the third-place match…came up one match short of advancing to the ITA All-America Championship main draw in both singles and doubles…took down No. 25 Vanessa Wong of Washington in the qualifying draw… defeated No. 35 Rice/Carr of Arkansas in the first round of doubles qualifying…made it to the round of 16 at the ITA Southeast Regional…won the doubles Flight B championship with Partner Andrea Garcia at Seminole All-Conference Showdown.
Was U12 French champion (2010) and Les petits princes U13 (2011)…made it to the finals of Fort de France double 15K (2017)…made the semifinals of the Sharm el Sheikh 10K (2013), U16 French Championship (2014) and U18 French Championship (2015)…played for the U16 French National team in the European Championships in the winter of 2014, placed third…was the runner-up for the European Championship in the summer of 2014…made it to the quarterfinals of the Roland Garros Junior Grand Slam in 2016…career-high WTA singles ranking of 764 and doubles ranking of 846…career high ranking of 45 in France…was the U12 French Champion during her junior career.
Born April 20, 1998…Emmanuelle is the daughter of Thierry Sallas and Veronique Gabard…her parents are both tennis coaches and are owners of a tennis/squash club…has an older sister who is an architect…majoring in Business (Management).