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Hunter Bleser
Hunter  Bleser

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
New Braunfels, Texas

High School:
Austin Tennis Academy

Height:
6-0


02/13/2018

GET TO KNOW: Hunter Bleser

Get to know more about sophomore Hunter Bleser as we prepare to host Michigan on Friday

2016-17 (Freshman Season)
Posted a 15-11 mark in singles play
Battled injury most of the season
Played primarily No. 5 and No. 6 singles
Combined with Camille Favero for most of the season in doubles play
Posted an 8-13 mark with Favero, playing primarily at No. 3 doubles

PRIOR TO UVA

• Ranked as high as No. 45 in the TennisRecruiting.net rankings and a five-star recruit
• Lettered at New Braunfels High School under head coach David Mueller
• Finished third in the Texas UIL State Championships in mixed doubles for Class 6A
• Helped her team to the finals at the Texas State Championships for Class 6A
• Winner in the 2014 Zone Team Championship
• Winner at the G18s doubles closed regional in 2015
• Finished fifth at the Texas Sectionals in singles in singles in 2015
• Quarterfinalist at the Clay Court Nationals for G18s in doubles in 2015

PERSONAL
• Daughter of Karl and Dolly Bleser
• Has a brother, Ryan, and a sister, Grace
• Coached a Player Development Program at the Austin Tennis Academy

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