ITA Singles All-American (Virginia's first ITA All-American)
NCAA Singles Round of 16 (first two NCAA singles wins in UVa history)
NCAA Doubles Championship participant with Erin Vierra
Two-time ACC Player of the Week (Feb. 22, Apr. 19)
Ranked a career-high No. 27 to end season (highest UVa ranking in 16 years)
Went 42-9 in singles, setting a school record for wins in a season
Had a 24-3 dual match record, including an 11-0 record in ACC play
Had a school-record 17-match winning streak
2011 ITA National Team Indoors All-Tournament Team
Ranked as high as No. 12 nationally in doubles, ending the year at No. 27
ACC All-Academic Team
2011 Father-Daughter USTA Grass Court National Champion with her father, Craig
ACC All-Academic Team
NCAA Singles Championship participant
Ranked as high as No. 38 nationally in singles during the year and ended the season ranked No. 67 nationally
Posted a 29-19 singles record, including a 12-12 record at No. 1 singles
Ranked as high as No. 35 nationally in doubles with Erin Vierra and the duo ended the season ranked No. 41 nationally
Went 35-7 in doubles with Vierra
Won UVa Invitational Singles title and was singles runner-up at UK Invitational
Reached the semifinals in singles and doubles at the ITA Atlantic Regional
Won UK Invitational doubles title with Vierra
Posted a 23-15 singles record and an 18-8 doubles record
Went 3-0 at Georgia Invitational
Singles finalist at Virginia Tech Invitational
Won USTA Futures Circuit event in October in St. Louis
2009 Father-Daughter USTA Grass Court National Champion with her father, Craig
Ranked as high as No. 42 nationally in girls 18s in singles
Won two Virginia state doubles championships at Robinson
Won four national doubles titles in juniors
Won Sportsmanship Award at Fed Cup tournament in California
Top 30 recruit in 2008 by tennisrecruiting.net
Daughter of Aimee and Craig Hardenbergh
Father played tennis at Maryland
Has an older brother, Andrew
Was selected to be part of the Washington Post's young journalist coverage of the 2008 NCAA Basketball Tournament at the Verizon Center
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