A New Addition

Dores sign Amy Stevens

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Vanderbilt women’s tennis head coach Aleke Tsoubanos announced Monday the signing of Amy Stevens to a National Letter of Intent. A native of Geelong, Victoria, Australia, Stevens will join the program ahead of the 2021-22 campaign to continue her athletic and academic career.

“We can’t wait for Amy to be here on campus next fall,” Tsoubanos said. “She joins us as one of Australia’s top juniors with a lot of international match experience. Amy will be an incredible addition to our program and will bring a great work ethic and energy to our team. I’m really excited for her to begin her college career and to have the opportunity to help her grow and develop as a Commodore.”

Amy Stevens Signing

Amy Stevens
Geelong, Victoria, Australia. • Virtual School Victoria
Instagram: @_amystevens_

  • Ranked as high as No. 94 in the Junior ITF rankings
  • Helped her club team – Kooyong TC – to a Tennis Victoria Premier League championship
  • Is a two-time Paul Arber Award winner, which is given by Tennis Victoria to the Premiere League Player of the Year
  • Earned a Junior Athlete of the Year award from Tennis Victoria
  • Also earned the John Laidlaw Award, which is named after a Kooyong member of 62 years and honors outstanding excellence in junior club tennis
  • Earned the Nico Tromp Award for sportsmanship on and off the court in 2019
  • Playing on the ITF circuit, won the J2 Junior ITF singles event in Fiji, was a finalist at the J2 China Open and the J4 Sydney event while being a semifinalist at J2 Tweed Heads
  • In doubles play, won the J2 Tweed Heads tournament while being a semifinalist at the J2 China Open and a 15k Women’s ITF event
  • Was also a Junior Australian Open qualifier
  • Off the court, has earned numerous academic honors for excellence in English, Mathematics and Physical Education
  • Chose Vanderbilt because … “Vanderbilt has amazing academic programming and a highly respected, elite tennis program.”