Singles Record: 74-43
Highest singles ranking: No. 7 (4/7/15)
Highest doubles ranking: No. 4 W/ Courtney Colton (9/15/15)
• 2017 NCAA Singles Semifinalist (first in VU history)
• 2017 SEC Tournament MVP
• 2017 All-American
• 2017 Ohio Valley Regional Player of the Year
• 2017 First Team All-SEC
• 2016 All-American (Singles)
• 2016 First Team All-SEC
• 2016 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll
• 2015 All-American (Singles)
• 2015 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll
• 2015 First Team All-SEC
• USTA/ITA Regional Singles Champion
• SEC Player of the Week (4/8)
• 2014 SEC Co-Freshman of the Year
• SEC All-Freshman team
2016-17 (Senior): Three-time All-American from Franklin, Tenn.… Capped Commodore career as Vanderbilt’s first NCAA singles tournament semifinalist… First Commodore in history to earn singles All-America honors in three separate seasons (2015, 2016, 2017)… Ohio Valley Regional Senior Player of the Year, Southeastern Conference Tournament MVP, three-time first-team All-SEC, a member of the SEC honor roll… Departed Vanderbilt with a 108-50-career record and 34 wins in final season, which sits second-best in Commodore history… Clinched Vandy’s first SEC regular season crown… Defeated 22 ranked singles foes in final season, including 10 top-10 opponents and three top-five opponents… Highest ranked victory of season came over UCLA’s No. 5 Ena Shibahara; 6-2, 6-4… Named SEC Player of the Week following an undefeated weekend in singles and doubles play against Tennessee and Georgia… Selected to represent VU in the American Collegiate Invitational at the 2017 US Open.
2015-16 (Junior): Ranked in the Oracle/ITA top-25 all season… Named an ITA All-American… First Team All-SEC… Earned a career-high doubles ranking, at No. 4 in the nation… Seven ranked wins this spring, all in the ITA top-65… Boasted a 24-18 overall singles record… Four ranked SEC victories; then-No. 42 Hammond (UT), 6-4, 6-4; No. 37 Hartono (OM), 6-4, 7-5; No. 60 Santos (MIZZ), 6-0, 7-6(2) and No. 28 Routliffe, 6-4, 6-1… Clinched two matches for the Dores, against Baylor and Missouri… Went undefeated in brief stint at No. 2 singles, 3-0 (2-0)… Selected to compete in NCAA Doubles Tournament… Quarterfinalist, 2015 USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships… Finalist, 2015 USTA/ITA Division I Women’s Ohio Valley Regional Championship… Round of 16, Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championships… Doubles Semifinalist, 2015 USTA/ITA Division I Women’s Ohio Valley Regional Championship… Doubles Semifinalist, 2015 Oracle/ITA Masters.
2014-15 (Sophomore): Named an ITA All-American… Set the Vanderbilt singles season singles win record with 34 wins in 2015… Voted First Team All-SEC… Earned SEC Player of the Week Honors (4/8/15)… Defeated UF’s then- No. 5 Brooke Austin at home 6-3, 6-2… With victory over Austin, earned highest ITA ranking at No. 7… Went 15-11 against ranked opponents at No. 1… Advanced to the second round of NCAA singles tournament… USTA/ITA Regional singles championship… Advanced to main draw of Riviera/ITA All-American Singles Championships… Clinched Commodore victories over Harvard and Murray State
2013-14 (Freshman): Received SEC Co-Freshman of the Year honors … Named to SEC All-Freshman team… Finished at No. 70 in the ITA rankings … Recorded an impressive 16-9 mark, including a 7-3 clip in SEC matches … Six wins over ranked SEC opponents … clinched a 4-2 win over No. 3 Georgia by defeating No. 21 and SEC first-teamer Maho Kowase … Posted 14 doubles wins last season … Injury forced her to miss matches through season.
High School: Attended Christ Presbyterian Academy … The team won the Tennessee state championship in 2010 and 2011 … Was a singles state champion in 2010 and 2011 … Tennessean Player of the Year in both 2010 and 2011 … Was a National Honor Society student during her sophomore, junior and senior seasons.
Personal: Sydney Campbell … Born February 7, 1995 … Daughter of Kimmy and Curt … Sister of Britton … Majoring in medicine, health and society … Started playing tennis at the age of five … Lists Rafael Nadal as her favorite tennis player and Lebron James as here favorite non-tennis athlete … Considers her best non-athletic ability singing