Emily Fraser
Emily Fraser


Rye, N.Y.

High School:



Fraser and Hardenbergh Named to All-ACC Academic Team

Cavalier seniors are repeat selections

• NCAA Singles Championship participant
• Ranked as high as No. 41 nationally in singles, ending the year at No. 53
• Went 30-14 in singles, including a 15-7 dual match record
• NCAA Doubles Championship second round with Hana Tomljanovic
• Ranked as high as No. 10 nationally in doubles, ending the year at No. 19
• Went 37-15 in doubles with Tomljanovic, setting school record for doubles wins by a team in a season
• ACC Player of the Week (Feb. 15)
• ACC All-Academic Team


• Ranked as high as No. 54 nationally in singles and No. 20 nationally in doubles
• Went 18-14 in singles, including a 16-7 dual match record
• Went 25-11 in doubles

• All-ACC
• VaSID State Rookie of the Year
• First-team VaSID All-State
• Posted a 27-13 singles record and a 29-15 doubles record
• Ended the season ranked a season-high No. 76 nationally in singles
• Went 3-0 at Georgia Invitational
• Reached the quarterfinals at the ITA East Regional
• Ended the season ranked No. 52 nationally in doubles with Jennifer Stevens
• Ranked as high as No. 32 nationally in doubles during the season
• ITA East Region Doubles Finalist with Jennifer Stevens


• Ranked as high as No. 23 nationally in girls 18s in singles and 13 in doubles
• 2007 ITF Grasscourt Championships singles and doubles finalist (doubles with Claire Bartlett)
• 2007 round of 32 at national hard courts
• 2004 All-State at Rye H.S.
• Three singles quarterfinals in USTA 10K Futures events
• Two doubles semifinals in USTA 10K Futures events
• Top 10 recruit in 2008 by tennisrecruiting.net

• Daughter of Anne and Richard Fraser
• Mother was the captain of the first women's tennis team at Dartmouth
• Has an older sister, Eliza