||University of Florida
Allie Will signed her National Letter of Intent during the summer of 2009 and solidified UF’s incoming class as the No. 1-ranked group in the country by tennisrecruiting.net, which rated her No. 3 in the country in the Girls’ Class of 2009 list on Aug. 26, 2009 … once attempted to return a serve from Andy Roddick, the world’s fastest tennis server, while using the racket of professional tennis legend Jim Courier ... one of three collegiate women selected to represent the United States in December of 2010 at the fifth annual Master’U BNP Paribas, an international collegiate competition held in Rouen, France (joining Notre Dame’s Kristy Frilling and Southern California’s Maria Sanchez) … selected to the 2010 & 2011 USTA Summer Collegiate Team ... 2011 ITA All-Star Team selection
Career-high ITA singles ranking: 4 (2010-11 Final)... Career-high ITA doubles ranking: 1 (with Sofie Oyen, 3 weeks in 2010-11: Jan. 4, Feb. 17, March 1) … highest-ranked singles opponent defeated was No. 2 (Stanford’s Hilary Barte, W 6-4, 6-3, Nov. 5, 2010) … 2010 & 2011 All-American for Singles and Doubles ... 2011 Southeastern Conference Player of the Year (seventh different Gator to earn award) … 2010 & 2011 All-SEC First Team … 2011 SEC Tournament Most Valuable Performer … 2011 SEC All-Tournament Team … SEC Player of the Week (April 18, 2011) … 2010 SEC Freshman of the Year (fourth different Gator to earn award) … 2010 All-SEC Freshman Team … 2010 SEC All-Tournament Team … 2010 ITA National Team Indoors All-Tournament Team, No. 2 Singles Position … 2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Four-time SEC Freshman of the Week in 2009-10 (Feb. 3, 16, March 31, April 20) … 2010 & 2011 Most Valuable Player (team award) … advanced to the round of 16 at the 2011 NCAA Singles Championships and the quarterfinals of the Doubles Championships (with Alex Cercone) ... competed in the 2010 NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships … 48 singles wins in 2010 was the fourth-most in a season in program history ... compiled a 26-match singles win streak in 2010, tied for the fourth-longest in UF history ... 13th different Gator to win 40+ singles matches in a year and first UF freshman to win 40+ singles matches since 1995 … career singles winning percentage of 89.2% (83-10) is second-highest in UF history, trailing only Lisa Raymond’s mark of 95.4% (84-4) ... three singles titles (2010 Riviera/ITA All-American consolation draw; 2009 SEC Coaches Fall Classic-A Draw; 2009 ITA Southeast Regional) … two doubles titles (2010 ITA National Indoor Doubles Title with Sofie Oyen; won the 2010 ITA Southeast Regional Doubles championship with Oyen)
AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11)
Awards: 2011 ITA All-Star Team ... Named to the USTA Collegiate Team ... Earned a berth into the NCAA Singles (round of 16) & Doubles (quarterfinals) Championships ... SEC Player of the Year … All-SEC First Team … SEC Tournament Most Valuable Performer … SEC All-Tournament Team … SEC Player of the Week (April 18) … Earned No. 1 Doubles Ranking (Jan. 4, 2011, with Sofie Oyen) … Captured the 2010 ITA National Indoor Doubles Title (with Oyen) … won the ITA Southeast Regional Doubles championship … won the consolation singles championship at the Riviera/ITA All-American … Most Valuable Player (team award) ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... one singles title … two doubles titles
Singles: FINAL ITA National Singles Ranking: 4 … FINAL ITA Southeast Region Singles Ranking: 1 ... Season-High National Singles Ranking: 4 (final) … 35-5 overall and 24-1 in dual matches … played positions 1 and 2 … played the No. 1 position for the first 16 matches, posting a 15-1 record during that span … compiled a 15-match winning streak ... rallied from a first-set deficit and two set points for a 7-6 (9-7), 6-2 clinching victory against UCLA’s McCall Jones in the NCAA Semifinal ... earned an impressive 6-2, 6-1 win against Miami’s sixth-ranked Bianca Eichkorn in the NCAA Quarterfinals that gave UF a 3-1 lead ... produced UF’s first singles win three consecutive postseason matches: the NCAA Second Round dominating 6-0, 6-0 win against South Carolina’s #44 Anya Morgina; the NCAA First Round 6-0, ret. victory vs. South Carolina State’s Daria Sekerina; and the SEC Tournament championship match, defeating Tennessee’s 97th-ranked Rosalia Alda, 6-3, 6-0 … provided the SEC Tournament semifinal clinching victory with a 6-3, 6-2 win against Vanderbilt’s 77th-ranked Chelsea Preeg … her 75th career win was a 6-2, 6-1 victory against South Carolina’s 29th-ranked Anya Morgina that helped UF clinch the SEC regular-season title outright (April 16) … lone three-setter in dual-match play was a 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 win against Miami’s 10th-ranked Bianca Eichkorn (Feb. 18) … avenged a season-opening loss during the fall to Ole Miss’ Kristi Boxx with a 6-1, 6-2 victory in dual-match play in Oxford (March 25) … 22-3 versus ranked opponents … highest-ranked opponent played: 2 (Stanford’s Hilary Barte, W 6-4, 6-3, Nov. 5) … 4-2 in three-setters … 5-0 in clinching matches
FALL SEASON: ITA Preseason Singles Ranking: 5 … 9-2 record during the fall … advanced to the semifinals of the USTA-ITA National Indoor Championships with wins against Northwestern’s No. 6 Maria Mosolova (2-6, 6-4, 6-1) in the round of 16, Stanford’s No. 2 Hilary Barte (6-4, 6-3) in the quarters, but lost to Southern California’s No. 3 Maria Sanchez (7-5, 4-6, 6-0) in the semifinals … reached the round of 16 at the ITA Southeast Regional before withdrawing from the event … began the year with a 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 loss to Ole Miss’ 20th-ranked Kristi Boxx in the round of 32 at the Riviera/ITA All-American, but rallied for three wins against ranked opponents to capture the consolation title, defeating Texas’ 15th-ranked Aeriel Ellie 5-7, 6-1, 6-1 in the final
Doubles: FINAL ITA National Doubles Ranking: 6 (with Alex Cercone); No. 12 (with Sofie Oyen) … FINAL ITA Southeast Region Doubles Ranking: 2 (with Cercone); No. 4 (with Oyen) ... Season-High National Doubles Ranking: 1 with Sofie Oyen (3 weeks, Jan. 4, Feb. 17, March 1) … 31-5 overall and 18-3 in dual matches … played with three different partners: 14-1 with Cercone, 1-0 with Olivia Janowicz, 16-4 with Oyen … had two 14-match winning streaks with two different partners (Cercone and Oyen) - both tied for the 10-longest run in UF history ... played the first eight dual matches with Oyen (5-3), but paired with Cercone toward the end of the regular season … won 14 consecutive matches with Cercone before finally being tripped up by Clemson’s Bek and Wong, 6-2, 7-5 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Doubles Championships … recorded a victory in all three matches played at the SEC Tournament, highlighted by the 8-5 win against Tennessee’s 16th-ranked Natalie Pluskota and Brynn Boren in the SEC Tournament final … 17-5 versus ranked opponents … highest ranked opponent played: 2, with Oyen (twice, defeated Alabama’s Guarachi and McLane 6-3, 7-6 (6) on Nov. 6; lost to Clemson’s Bek and Wong, 8-4, on Feb. 19) … highest ranked opponent defeated: 2, with Oyen (Alabama’s Guarachi and McLane 6-3, 7-6 (6) on Nov. 6); No. 6 with Cercone (Clemson’s Bek and Wong 8-6 on May 20 in NCAA Round of 16) …2-0 in three-setters or tiebreaks … 9-0 in clinching doubles-point matches (2-0 with Oyen; 7-0 with Cercone)
FALL SEASON: ITA Preseason Doubles Ranking: 18 (with Sofie Oyen) …posted an 11-1 record, all with Oyen … won the USTA-ITA National Indoor Championships, defeating the Nos. 2, 3 and 5-ranked teams in the country en route to the title of the 16-team draw … defeated Clemson’s fifth-ranked Bek and Wong 5-7, 6-3, 6-3 in the final, after downing Alabama’s second-ranked Guarachi and McLane, 6-3, 7-6 (6) in the semifinals and Stanford’s third-ranked Barte and Burdette in the opening round … opened the year falling to Bek and Wong, 8-6, in the first round of the Riviera/ITA All-American, before winning 14 consecutive matches … captured the ITA Southeast Regional title.
AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)
Awards: SEC Freshman of the Year … First Team All-SEC … All-SEC Freshman Team … SEC All-Tournament Team … ITA National Team Indoors All-Tournament Team, No. 2 Singles Position … Singles All-American ... Doubles All-American ... Four-time SEC Freshman of the Week (Feb. 3, 16, March 31, April 20) … Most Valuable Player (team award) … selected to compete in the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships
Singles: Current ITA National Singles Ranking: 8 … Season-High National Singles Ranking: 7 (twice, April 13 & 20, 2010) … compiled a team-best 48-5 overall record; 26-1 in dual matches (1-0 at No. 1 vs. Troy and 25-1 at No. 2 position) ... 48 wins rank as fourth most in a season in program history ... advanced to the NCAA Singles Championships Round of 16, winning the first two round in impressive fashion before falling to Georgia’s eventual NCAA Champion and 12th-ranked Chelsey Gullickson, 6-1, 6-4 ... lone dual match loss was a 6-3, 6-3 decision to Stanford senior No. 83 Lindsay Burdette in the NCAA Team Final, a defeat that ended her 26-match winning streak which was tied for the fourth-longest in program history ... posted an impressive 6-3, 6-3 win against UNC’s No. 54 Katrina Tsang and gave UF a 3-0 lead in the NCAA Team Semifinals ... won her 40th singles match of the year during the regular-season finale at South Carolina, marking the 14th time a Gator has won as many in one year; and the first since Alexis Gordon tallied 45 victories during the 2003 season … the sixth different UF freshman to reach the 40-win singles plateau and the first rookie to do so since Dawn Buth went 50-6 in 1995 … 28-5 vs. ranked opponents … 3-0 in clinching matches … has four 6-0, 6-0 victories, with the most recent coming against South Carolina State’s Fanni Fricska in the NCAA First Round …
FALL SEASON: 20-3 record during the fall, capturing two singles titles … began collegiate career winning the SEC Coaches Fall Classic-A Draw, opening with a 6-0, 6-0 victory over Georgia’s 41st-ranked Yvette Hyndman … played her way through pre-qualifying at the Riviera All-American to the main draw, where she reached the quarterfinals, falling to Georgia’s No. 2-ranked Chelsey Gullickson, 7-6, 7-6 … went 6-0 to win the ITA Southeast Regional, which included a 4-6, 6-1, 6-4 victory against Miami’s No. 6 Laura Vallverdu … won the first eight matches of her career
Doubles: Current ITA National Doubles Ranking: 5 (with Marrit Boonstra) and 20 (with Lauren Embree) … Season-High National Doubles Ranking: 3 (Feb. 18 and March 17 with Boonstra) … tied for team-best overall record of 37-7 … 24-3 record during the Spring, with a 22-3 mark in dual matches … paired with Boonstra at No. 1 position and a 21-3 record (7-1 in SEC) and with Claire Bartlett at No. 3 and a 1-0 record (1-0 in SEC) ... advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Doubles Championships with Boonstra, dropping a hard-fought 2-6, 7-5, 7-6(6) decision to Tennessee’s top-seeded and eventual NCAA Runner-up Natalie Pluskota and Caitlin Whoriskey … 12-1 record in the clinching doubles point match (1-0 with Bartlett), including each of the first three rounds of the NCAA Championships, including the thrilling 8-6 win over Ole Miss’ 12th-ranked Kristi Boxx and Karen Nijssen in the Round of 16 after the other two matches had split results ... highest-ranked doubles team defeated with Boonstra was No. 8, (def. North Carolina’s Grabinski & Marand, 9-8 (2); def. South Florida’s Koning/Rehberger, 8-5) … highest-ranked doubles team defeated was during the fall with Embree (def. North Carolina’s No. 5 Grabinski and Marand)
FALL SEASON: compiled a 13-3 record during the fall, playing with Lauren Embree (10-2), Anastasia Revzina (2-1) and Boonstra (1-0) … won first eight matches of career, all with Embree, reaching the final of the Riviera All-American Championships after playing way through qualifying (lost to Tennessee’s No. 7-ranked Whoriskey and Pluskota, 3-6, 6-2, 6-1 in championship) … defeated six nationally-ranked opponents during Riviera, including North Carolina’s fifth-ranked Grabinski and Marand 6-4, 2-6, 6-2 in the semifinals … other loss with Embree came in the semifinals of the ITA Southeast Regional, falling 8-4 to Miami’s 36th-ranked Mejia and Vallverdu.
PRIOR TO FLORIDA
Received her diploma from Keystone National High School in 2009 ... paired with future fellow incoming Gator signee Lauren Embree for third place in the doubles competition at the 2009 USTA Girls’ 18 National Championships held at the Berkeley Tennis Club and Claremont Resort & Spa … won the 25K doubles event in Waterloo, Canada, with Alexandra Mueller, held in June of 2009, where she also reached the quarterfinals of the singles draw after playing her way through qualifying … won the 10K Palmetto Pro Open in May of 2009 with Caitlyn Williams … advanced to the doubles quarterfinals of the 50K in Raleigh, N.C., in May 2009 with Melanie Oudin … advanced to the doubles quarterfinals of the 50K in Lexington, Ky., in July 2008 with Lauren Albanese … doubles quarterfinalist with Irina Falconi at the 2008 USTA G18 National Championships … reached the round of 16 at the 2008 Dunlop Orange Bowl, after playing her way through the qualifying draw … 2007 Orange Bowl doubles finalists with Coco Vandeweghe … semifinalist at the 2007 Easter Bowl ITA BG18 Championships … won the 2006 Orange Bowl Junior Championships Girls’ 16 singles title … won the 2006 Academy event … played the final of the 2006 National Public Parks Tournament inside Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing, N.Y., where the championship matches for the U.S. Open are held ... member of the 2009 New York Buzz of the World Team Tennis league … singles champion at the 2005 Nike Junior Champion Girls 24 in Stanford, Calif., that gave her a berth to play in France, where she played with the best Juniors in the world, falling 7-6 in the third set of the title match … two of her more significant coaches includes Ola Thornqvist and Cathy Renaldy.