Rachel Pierson
Rachel Pierson

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Princeton, N.J.

High School:
AESA Prep Academy/Advantage Doyle Academy

Height:
6-1



03/29/2014

No. 3 Virginia Earns a 7-0 Victory at Virginia Tech

Cavaliers improve to 13-4 (7-1 ACC) with their second-straight sweep

03/23/2014

No. 6 Virginia Sweeps Pitt

Cavaliers improve to 12-4 (6-1 ACC) with a 7-0 victory in first-ever meeting with the Panthers

03/21/2014

No. 6 Virginia Downs No. 22 Notre Dame 6-1

Cavaliers improve to 11-4 (5-1 ACC) with a 6-1 win against the Fighting Irish

04/05/2014

Women's Tennis vs. Georgia Tech (by Matt Riley)

Women's Tennis vs. Georgia Tech (by Matt Riley)

02/21/2014

Women's Tennis vs. Duke (by Matt Riley)

Women's Tennis vs. Duke (by Matt Riley)

02/08/2014

Women's Tennis vs. Texas A&M (by Matt Riley)

Women's Tennis vs. Texas A&M (by Matt Riley)

02/07/2014

Women's Tennis vs. Florida (by Matt Riley)

Women's Tennis vs. Florida (by Matt Riley)

01/20/2014

Women's Tennis Winter Invite (by Matt Riley)

Women's Tennis Winter Invite (by Matt Riley)

Juniors
• Competed for the Advantage Doyle Academy in Dripping Springs, Texas
• Ranked No. 5 in the 2013 Recruiting Rankings by TennisRecruiting.net
• Named MVP of the USTA Girls 18 National Team Championships after winning all four of her No. 1 singles matches and three of four doubles contests for the Middle States team
• Advanced to the doubles finals of a USTA Pro Circuit $10K event in Austin, Texas, with partner Madison Westby
• Claimed three Girls 18 singles titles, including the USTA Regional Tournament Segment (Spring, Texas), USTA National Open (Waco, Texas) and USTA National Open (Midland, Texas)
• Placed third at Spring Nationals Championship in 2013
• Ranked No. 12 nationally in the 2012 Recruiting Rankings by TennisRecruiting.net

High School
• Graduated from AESA Prep Academy (Texas) in 2013
• Attended Montgomery High School (New Jersey) from 2010-11
• Named All-County and MVP at Montgomery High School

Personal

• Daughter of Keith and Ann Pierson • Chose Virginia because of the amazing school, location and tennis program • Intends to major in media studies
• Mother, Ann (Bair), competed in basketball and track at Virginia, setting the high jump record at 6' 3"
• Mother was also named ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year and was a Lou Honesty Scholar-Athlete in 1983
• Enjoys dancing and art