CLEMSON, S.C. – Ally Miller-Krasilnikov, a native of Delray Beach, Fla., will join the Clemson women’s tennis team in the fall of 2015, Head Coach Nancy Harris announced on Monday. She joins Jenny Moinard (Saint Jean De Monts, France), Maria Fernanda Navarro (Guadalajara, Mexico) and Theresa Piontek (Eltville, Germany), who have previously signed with the Tigers for the 2015-16 class.
Miller-Krasilnikov has been ranked as high as No. 2 in the United States, has typically been ranked as a Blue Chip recruit and was listed in the top 10 in her class multiple years according to TennisRecruiting.net. She is currently ranked 290th in the ITF world junior rankings, and achieved her highest ranking of 249th in January of 2015.
She was selected by the USTA to train full-time at the organization’s national training center in Boca Raton for three years. She claimed third place at the USTA National Spring Championships, and won a Grade 4 ITF singles ranking once, and a Grade 4 ITF doubles ranking three times, most recently earlier this month. She competed at the 2015 Australian Open and was a doubles finalist at the ITF Spring International (Carson) Grade 1, and at the USTA National Championships, was a doubles semifinalist at the Easter Bowl.
Miller-Krasilnikov, who is coached by her private coach, Sarah Stone, graduated from Florida Virtual School in June of 2015. Her father, Sergei Krasilnikov, was a top junior and professional player in the former Soviet Union, and her sister Hadley played tennis for Amherst College from 2002-06.
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