Anessa Lee - Women's Tennis - Vanderbilt University Athletics

Anessa Lee

Class Sophomore
Hometown San Marino, Calif.
High School San Marino
Major Undeclared
Bio

Honors
• 2021 SEC All-Freshman Team
• 2022 All-SEC Second Team

Rankings
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Highest Singles Ranking: No. 69 (4/13/22)
• Highest Doubles Ranking: —

Career Records
Singles: 41-23
Doubles: 36-27
Total: 76-50

As a Sophomore (2021-22)
•  23-15 singles record overall, including 13-9 in dual play
•  19-15 overall record at doubles
• Played primarily between No. 2 and No. 3 singles
• Recorded five wins over nationally ranked opponents, including No. 25 Abigail Rencheli of NC State in straight sets (Jan. 17, 2022)
• Went on a career-long win streak of five singles matches (Feb. 4-March 4, 2022)
• Recorded a team-high six match points as a sophomore
• Clinched match point over Ole Miss to send team to SEC Quarterfinals
• Boosted team to sweep over Xavier in first round of NCAA Championships, recording the match-clinching point (7-6(3), 6-3)
• Named to All-SEC Second Team

As a Freshman (2020-21)
• 18-8 overall record in singles play
• 17-12 overall record in doubles play
• Played anywhere from No. 3 to No. 5 singles while consistently playing with Christina Rosca at No. 3 doubles
• Named to the SEC All-Freshman Team
• Finished the season tied with Rosca for the most singles wins on the team
• Her 35 combined victories across singles and doubles also tied with Rosca for the most on the team
• Went 5-3 in singles play against SEC competition
• Posted one victory over a ranked foe, beating Florida’s No. 111 Sara Dahlstrom 6-1, 6-2 on the road
• Clinched Vanderbilt’s victory over Lipscomb
• Went 14-4 in doubles play with Christina Rosca
• Beat two nationally-ranked foes in doubles play with Rosca
• Topped Kentucky’s No. 57 Ana Tkachenko and Lesedi Jacobs 6-0
• Took out Ball State’s No. 88 Victoria Sec and Livia Lukacs 6-2 in the NCAA Tournament
• Also clinched six doubles points for the Dores

The Lee File
• Blue chip recruit
• Highest national ranking at No. 4
• Named the Pasadena Player of the year
• G16 Easter Bowl Singles Champion
• G18 National Indoors Singles Finalist
• G16 Winter National Doubles Finalist
• Rio Hondo League Champion from 2016-19
• MVP status for four-consecutive years
• Four varsity letters in tennis