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 Emily Safron
Emily  Safron

New York, N.Y.

High School:
Professional Children's School



Women's Tennis Falls to Clemson, 6-1

Eagles grab the early lead, but can't hold on in the singles competition


Women's Tennis Falls to Georgia Tech, 7-0

Georgia Tech was too much for the Eagles on Friday afternoon


Tuesday Q&A with Vasilyev and Safron

Coming off of a win against Wake Forest, we sat down with Katya Vasilyev and Emily Safron


Women's Tennis Defeats Wake Forest, 5-2

Eagles keep up strong play, improving to 7-4 in ACC matches this year


Women's Tennis Defeats NC State, 6-1

Eagles soar behind a strong team effort

Spring: Competed at the No. 3 doubles spot (alongside Katya Vasilyev) and No. 5 spot in singles..went 11-12 (6-6 ACC) in dual match singles play..went 9-6 (6-4 ACC) in doubles competitions with Vasilyev.picked up ACC singles wins against Pitt, Virginia Tech, Florida State, Louisville, NC State, and Wake Forest..took ACC doubles wins over Miami, Virginia Tech, Florida State, Louisville, Wake Forest, and Clemson.

AS A FRESHMAN (2013-14)
Spring: Competed primarily at the No. 5 spot in singles and No. 3 spot (with Katya Vasilyev) in doubles...twelve dual-match wins in singles during the season, including ACC victories over U of Miami (6-3, 6-1), Pittsburgh (6-1, 6-4), Syracuse (6-3, 6-3), Wake Forest (7-6, 6-2), NC State (6-2, 6-2), and Maryland (6-3, 6-4)...posted a win in doubles (with Sarah Dalton) against No. 49 ranked Yale...beat Georgetown, Albany and BU in dual-match doubles...earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
Fall: Took three doubles match wins (with Katya Vasilyev) to reach Semifinals at the Brown Invitational (9/20-21), tallying 8-3 against BU...also won two singles matches to qualify for Finals...victories in singles over No. 43 ranked Purdue (6-3, 6-4) and Penn State (6-2, 6-2) as well as victories in doubles over Penn State (8-3) at the Yale Invitational (10/4-5)...earned doubles match wins over Drexel (8-2) at the USTA/ITA Women's Northeast Regional Championship (10/18).

Named the No. 3 recruit in New York and the No. 26 recruit in the nation on Tennis Recruiting Network...won the 2012 National tournament in Birmingham, Ala., in U18 division, won the same tournament in 2011 in St. Louis...was selected as a USTA Eastern Award Winner in 2010...graduated high school with honors.

Daughter of Terry Safron and Barbara Gorman...youngest of two children...enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.

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