Tate Schroeder

Centennial, Colo.
  • Transferred to Clemson from Mizzou in August of 2017

CAREER RECORDS: (as of December 2017) NOTE: Includes 2016-17 season at Mizzou

Singles: 24-20 overall, 13-6 dual
Doubles: 15-24 overall, 8-11 dual

2016-17 (Freshman at Mizzou):

Singles Record: 17-12 overall, 13-6 dual, 5-5 SEC
Doubles Record: 12-16 overall, 8-11 dual, 3-9 SEC

  • Named the recipient of the 2016-17 SEC Sportsmanship Award, for displaying honesty and integrity in a match at Tennessee on April 8
  • Led the Mizzou team in singles wins with 17, three more than the second-place Tiger
  • Started the spring season at No. 4 singles for Mizzou, and by the end of the year, had moved up to No. 2 singles
  • Opened the spring season with a 10-1 record in singles play
  • Earned SEC wins over singles opponents from Arkansas, Kentucky, South Carolina, Texas A&M and Vanderbilt
  • Played primarily at No. 2 and No. 3 doubles
  • Won SEC doubles matches against opponents from Alabama, Ole Miss and South Carolina

Before College:

  • Played at IMG Academy in Florida
  • Graduated with honors from IMG Academy
  • Was an Honor Roll student at Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colo.
  • Ranked 41st in the class of 2016 according to
  • Ranked as high as 29th by, a ranking achieved in 2016
  • Ranked 32nd in the nation and second in the state of Colorado in the Babolat recruiting listings
  • Won the Colorado state championship title at No. 1 singles in 2014
  • A member of the Denver Post All-State Team in 2014
  • Named a National High School Tennis All-American in 2014
  • Named Colorado Sports Woman of the Year for Tennis in 2014
  • Recipient of the 2014 Phyllis Lockwood-UTSA Colorado Award for Sportsmanship, Leadership and Excellence
  • A Girls 16’s National Selection Champion in 2014