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Chloe Gullickson
Chloe  Gullickson

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

High School:
Cardinal Newman HS

Height:
5-10


2016-17 (Freshman Season)
Posted a 16-13 mark in singles play
Played No. 4 singles, including an 8-6 mark in dual action, 5-2 in ACC play
Battled injury throughout the season
Went 1-1 against nationally-ranked opponents
Primarily combined with Cassie Mercer at No. 1 doubles with a 16-8 record
Went 8-4 in dual matches with Mercer, including 3-1 vs. nationally-ranked foes
Posted an 18-9 mark in doubles action overall

PRIOR TO UVA

• Ranked as high as No. 21 in the TennisRecruiting.net rankings and a five-star, blue chip recruit
• Champion at the National Selection Tournament in 2014
• Quarterfinalist at the National Clay Court G18s in 2015
• Participated in the Shape Magazine Invitational Tournament
• Represented Florida in the National Team Event

PERSONAL
• Daughter of William and Sandra Gullickson
• Has a brother, Craig
• Has four sisters: Carly, Chelsea, Cassie and Callie
• Father, William, played professional baseball for 18 years with 14 in the MLB
• Father pitched with Montreal, Cincinnati, New York Yankees, Houston and Detroit
• Sister, Carly, played professional tennis for eight years and won the 2009 Mixed Doubles Championship at the US Open

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