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Mackenzy Middlebrooks

Mackenzy Middlebrooks - Women's Tennis - Clemson University Athletics
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

2019-20 (Senior):

Singles Record: 15-18 overall, 7-9 dual, 0-6 ACC
Doubles Record: 13-10 overall, 8-4 dual, 2-3 ACC

  • Played predominantly No. 2 singles and No. 2 doubles
  • In doubles, played a majority of matches with Eleni Louka

Transferred to Clemson from Mizzou in fall 2019

2018-19 (Junior):

Singles Record: 18-14 overall, 12-12 dual, 1-10 SEC
Doubles Record: 20-10 overall, 11-6 dual, 2-5 SEC

  • Went 11-12 in the No. 1 singles position
  • Played predominantly No. 1 doubles and went 8-3
  • 2019 SEC Honor Roll
  • 2019 ITA All-Academic Team

2017-18 (Sophomore):

  • Posted a team-best 20-13 singles mark during her sophomore campaign, including a 14-5 record in dual matches
  • Went 3-4 in SEC singles play, with wins in SEC matches with No. 17 Auburn, No. 27 Arkansas and Alabama
  • Played at No. 3, No. 4 and No. 5 singles
  • Went 9-1 at No. 3 singles
  • Posted an overall doubles record of 21-9, with marks of 18-6 with Ellie Wright and 3-3 with Clare Raley
  • Reeled off an 18-match unbeaten streak spanning the fall and spring seasons

2016-17 (Freshman):

  • Her seven singles victories in the fall campaign were the second most on the team.
  • Reached the quarterfinals in the singles consolation bracket at the USTA/ITA Central Region Championships.
  • Finished the season with a combined 20 wins, 14 coming in singles play and another six in doubles play.
  • Won two of her final three doubles matches of the season alongside Cassidy Spearman, beating Alabama’s No. 2 pairing, 6-3, and downing Auburn’s 79th-ranked No. 2 duo, 6-1.
  • Secured five SEC singles wins during an impressive freshman campaign, including a three-match win streak against LSU, Texas A&M and Arkansas.
  • Came up clutch for Mizzou all season, tallying three match-clinching victories for the Tigers. She collected the fourth and decisive point for Mizzou in wins over No. 33 Alabama, No. 17 Texas A&M and BYU. All three match-clinching points came in thrilling three-set battles.
  • Her .636 winning percentage in singles play in 2016-17 was the best on the team.
  • Moved her way to up to the No. 4 spot in the singles lineup by season’s end after posting a 7-1 record at No. 5 and No. 6 singles, combined.

Before Clemson

  • District and regional winner in singles and doubles at No. 1 in 2015 and 2016 for Westminster Academy
  • State semifinalist in 2015 and 2016
  • Miami Herald and Sun Sentinel All-County First Team
  • 11-2 record in singles and 12-1 record in doubles as a senior
  • No. 59-ranked recruit for the 2016 class by