Marie-Alexandre Leduc

Saguenay, Quebec
  • Reached the singles quarterfinals at the 2017 Oracle ITA National Fall Championships in Indian Wells, Calif. In November 2017
  • Reached the singles semifinals at the 2017 ITA Carolina Regional in Chapel Hill, N.C. in October
  • Jumped an impressive 50 spots in the national rankings from the Fall 2017 preseason (ranked 70th on Sept. 12) to the Fall 2017 final poll (ranked 20th on Nov. 15)

CAREER RECORDS: (as of December 2017)

Singles: 27-16 overall, 13-10 dual, 9-5 ACC
Doubles: 31-12 overall, 16-7 dual, 10-3 ACC

2016-17 (Sophomore):

Singles Record: 18-13 overall, 13-10 dual, 9-5 ACC
Doubles Record: 23-9 overall, 16-7 dual, 10-3 ACC

  • Named to the All-ACC Second Team in 2017
  • Started the spring season playing No. 3 singles, and by March 23, had moved up to No. 1 in the lineup
  • Won six matches against nationally-ranked singles opponents, with the highest-ranked win coming versus No. 50 Caroline Dailey of South Carolina in the qualifying round of the Riviera ITA All-American in October of 2016
  • Defeated four top-125 ranked singles opponents in ACC play, No. 55 Martina Frantova of NC State, No. 76 Samantha Harris of Duke, No. 80 Monica Robinson of Notre Dame and No. 115 Asiya Dair of Boston College
  • Played No. 1 doubles, primarily with Ayan Broomfield
  • Went 16-4 at No. 1 doubles with Broomfield, including 10-2 in ACC matches, and posted a 5-2 record against nationally-ranked opponents
  • Upset the No. 1 doubles team in the nation, Vanderbilt’s Astra Sharma and Emily Smith, by a score of 6-0 in the second round of the NCAA Championships on May 13 in Nashville, Tenn.
  • Upset seventh-ranked Rasheeda McAdoo and Johnnise Renaud of Georgia Tech at No. 1 doubles on March 5

2015-16 (Freshman):

  • Sat out the 2015-16 season

Before Clemson:

  • Ranked as high a 661st in singles by the ITF, on Sept. 6, 2014
  • Ranked as high as 413th in doubles by the ITF, in August 2014
  • Reached the semifinals of a $25,000 ITA tournament in Gatineau, Canada with partner Charlotte Robillard-Millete, defeating the 64th-ranked doubles team in the world
  • Won an ITF $10,000 doubles tournament in Petit-Bourg, France in 2015, playing with Ayan Broomfield
  • Participated in the Junior Fed Cup
  • A two-time Canadian National Champion in singles, and a four-time champ in doubles
  • In juniors, was a Grade 4 singles champion in Mexico, a Grade 2 doubles champion in Montreal, Canada and a Grade B1 doubles champion in Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Graduated from Academie Les Estacades in 2015