April 25, 2019 - by
Women’s Tennis Places Three on All-ACC Team

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Following one of the best seasons in program history, the 20-6 Florida State women’s tennis team placed three student-athletes on the All-ACC Team. Junior Carla Touly and sophomore Emmanuelle Salas earned second-team honors, while senior Ana Oparenovic earned third-team honors.

This is the second straight season that Touly was named to the All-ACC team after earning first team honors a season ago. Touly got ranked as high as 11th this spring and currently ranks 28th in the latest ITA Rankings. Touly is 12-8 this season with all of her matches on either court one or two. She is 6-7 in the ACC and has taken down 10 ranked opponents. In doubles, Touly is 16-5 with a 9-3 record against ACC opponents. She has three ranked doubles wins.

Salas has had an impressive first season of competition. She has gone 16-5 with an 8-5 record in the ACC. She is 8-3 on court two and 8-2 on court three. Salas has four singles wins over ranked opponents. She has another 13 doubles wins to her name this spring as well. She has been a constant force on court one in doubles with 11 wins. She is 7-5 in the ACC and 7-4 against ranked opponents.

In her first and only season on campus, Oparenovic earned third-team honors. She earned second-team All-SEC honors a season ago at Arkansas. She went 14-9 in the fall, spending time on courts one through four. She was 8-5 in the ACC and earned two wins over ranked opponents. Ana made an impact in singles all spring long as well with 15 wins. She spent most of her time on court one with Emmanuelle Salas, earning 11 wins. She was 8-5 in the ACC and 5-4 against ranked opponents.

The FSU women’s tennis team is in prime position to host the first and second rounds of the NCAA Tournament next weekend. The Noles will find out their fate on Monday.


Player of the Year: Estela Perez-Somarriba, Miami

Freshman of the Year: Cameron Morra, North Carolina

Coach of the Year: Simon Earnshaw, NC State

Maria Mateas, Duke
Meible Chi, Duke
Kenya Jones, Georgia Tech
Estela Perez-Somarriba, Miami
Anna Rogers, NC State
Alexa Graham, North Carolina
Makenna Jones, North Carolina
Gabriela Knutson, Syracuse
Meghan Kelley, Virginia

Marie Leduc, Clemson
Kelly Chen, Duke
Carla Touly, Florida State
Emmanuelle Salas, Florida State
Daevenia Achong, Miami
Alana Smith, NC State
Sara Daavettila, North Carolina
Cameron Morra, North Carolina
Emma Davis, Wake Forest

Yufei Long, Boston College
Kylie Wilcox, Boston College
Ellyse Hamlin, Duke
Ana Oparenovic, Florida State
Zoe Spence, Notre Dame
Cameron Corse, Notre Dame
Miranda Ramirez, Syracuse
Natalie Novotna, Virginia Tech
Eliza Omirou, Wake Forest

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