Sydney Riley

Dallas, Texas


Singles: 35-59 overall, 29-43 dual, 14-27 ACC
Doubles: 30-45 overall, 23-32 dual, 10-19 ACC

2018-19 (Junior): 

Singles: 10-19 overall, 8-13 dual, 5-8 ACC
Doubles: 13-15 overall, 10-10 dual, 4-5 ACC

  • Played No. 3 & 4 singles
  • In doubles, played predominantly at No. 2 with Ally Miller-Krasilnkov

2017-18 (Sophomore):

Singles: 14-21 overall, 10-15 dual, 5-9 ACC
Doubles: 12-16 overall, 8-10 dual, 3-7 ACC

  • Played No. 2-5 singles, went 9-10 at No. 3
  • Played primarily No. 2 doubles with Ally Miller-Krasilnkov

2016-17 (Freshman):

Singles Record: 11-19 overall, 11-15 dual, 4-10 ACC
Doubles Record: 5-14 overall, 5-12 dual, 3-7 ACC

  • Saw action at No. 3 and No. 4 singles, playing primarily at the No. 4 position
  • Earned a singles win over 47th-ranked Caroline Daxhelet of Virginia Tech in the ITA Kickoff on Jan. 28 in Nashville, Tenn.
  • Won her No. 4 singles match over Kenadi Hance in the Tigers’ win over Washington in the first round of the NCAA Championships on May 12 in Nashville, Tenn.
  • Won ACC singles matches against opponents from Louisville, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech
  • Played No. 2 doubles with Constanza Gorches and Ally Miller-Krasilnikov
  • With Gorches, earned ACC wins versus doubles teams from Florida State, Virginia and Virginia Tech
  • Defeated Washington’s Stacey Fung and Kenadi Hance at No. 2 doubles in the first round of the NCAA Championships on May 12 in Nashville, Tenn.

Before Clemson:

    • A Blue Chip recruit, and ranked 21st nationally according to
    • The top-ranked player in the Gulf States and the state of Texas, also by
    • Highest ITA ranking was top 325, earned in 2014
    • Tallied a 47-19 record in matches played during the 2014-15 season
    • Won the Grade 4 ITF Jalisco Junior Cup Championship in Guadalajara, Mexico in 2014 and reached the finals of the Jalisco Cup in 2013
    • Was a finalist in the Eddie Herr 16s International Junior Championships in 2013, and also participated in the event from 2010-12
    • Won the doubles title and reached the finals of the singles draw at the Queretaro Junior Cup in Mexico in 2014