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Maria Fuccillo
Maria  Fuccillo

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Rockville, Md.

High School:
Holy Cross

Height:
5-7

2010-11
• In January, earned first national singles ranking at No. 111
• Posted a 31-10 singles record, including an 18-9 dual match record
• Won singles flight championships at W&M and UVa Invitationals
• ITA Atlantic Regional Doubles Champion with Rashmi Teltumbde
• Ranked as high as No. 16 nationally in doubles and ended season at No. 36
• NCAA Doubles Championship alternate with Teltumbde
• Went 30-14 in doubles
• ITA National Team Indoors All-Tournament Team (No. 3 doubles)

2009-10

• Posted a 20-18 singles record, including an 8-9 dual match record
• Went 17-14 in doubles
• Went 4-0 in doubles at the Kitty Harrison Invitational at North Carolina

JUNIORS

• Ranked No. 1 in USTA Mid-Atlantic Region (18s)
• Ranked as high as No. 82 nationally
• High school All-American
• Didn't lose a high school singles match in four-year career
• Three-time Washington Post All-Met Player of the Year
• Five-star recruit ranked No. 31 nationally by TennisRecruiting.net

PERSONAL
• Daughter of Cill and Arthur Fuccillo
• Has three older siblings, Angela, Joe and Dominick
• Brother Joe played football at Yale
• Brother Dominick played lacrosse at Princeton

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