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Totaled a 9-4 record in doubles play and a 6-6 mark in singles play in her first spring season at Florida State…Florida State’s primary Court 4 player as the Seminoles were ranked No. 2 in the nation during the spring season…earned back-to-back wins over No. 18 Texas A&M ad No. 15 UCF…ACC victories came against No. 1 North Carolina and No. 22 Georgia Tech…partnered primarily with Emmanuelle Salas in doubles play during spring (match play) portion of the season…teamed with Salas to earn four doubles victories over opponents from No. 5 Ohio State, No. 7 Texas, No. 14 Washington, No. 18 Texas A&M as the Seminoles climbed up the national rankings during the spring season…was 2-2 in ACC play with victories over Miami and Clemson.
Won 15 matches in her first season on campus with a 10-2 record in doubles play and a 5-3 record in singles play…won her first career singles match with a win over Vanderbilt’s Emma Kurtz (7-6 (8), 6-2) in the opening round of the Debbie Southern Fall Classic at Furman University…finished with a 2-0 record in singles play in the event…finished with a 2-1 record at the ITA Southeast Regional Championship in Tallahassee…teamed with Petra Hule to win the first four matches of her career with victories over South Carolina, Furman, Mississippi State and Pepperdine…took home a doubles title in flight three by defeating Mississippi State’s Emma Antonaki and Alexandra Mikhailuk 8-6 at the Debbie Southern Fall Classic at Furman University…finished with 2-1 records in doubles play at the Collegiate Invitational at Pepperdine and the Seminole All-Conference Showdown.
Graduated from Bullerswood School for Girls in 2019…won a national title in both singles in doubles for the 14U division in England…won a national title in the 18U division when she was 14 and 15 years old… made five ITF junior semifinals and was the runner-up in the ITF junior in Finland…won the Nottingham ITF doubles in April of 2018.
Born February 26, 2001…Sasha is the daughter of Lyndsey and John Hill…has an older sister and a younger brother…has played the game of tennis since the age of four when her mother brought her and her siblings to a tennis class, and she has not stopped playing since…Intends to pursue a career as a professional tennis player…would also like to be a sports psychologist…major is Psychology.