Célia-Belle Mohr - Women's Tennis - Vanderbilt University Athletics

Célia-Belle Mohr

Class Junior
Hometown Montargis, France
High School CNED
Major Economics

NIL on Opendorse

Student-Athlete Features
VUCommodores.com — A’Mohr for Vandy’s French Dore
VUCommodores.com — World on Her Racket

• 2023 ITA All-American
• 2023 Ohio Valley Regional ITA Rookie of the Year
• 2023 First Team All-SEC
• 2022-23 SEC Academic Honor Roll

• Highest Singles Ranking: No. 12 (9.5.23)
• Highest Doubles Ranking: No. 17 w/ Anessa Lee (11.15.23)

Career Records (through Fall 2023)
Singles: 45-20
Doubles: 46-13
Total: 91-33

As a Sophomore (2022-23)
31-16 singles record overall, including 18-10 in dual play
29-7 overall record at doubles
Played in the No. 1 singles position
Won 12 matches over nationally ranked opponents
Recorded 4 wins over nationally ranked opponents in doubles
2022-23 First Team All-SEC
Season high ITA Ranking at No. 19
ITA All-American in singles
Finished No. 1 in shingles in the Ohio Valley Regional ITA year-end rankings
Finished No. 3 and No. 4 in doubles in the Ohio Valley Regional ITA year-end rankings

As a Freshman (2021-22)
Did not compete

The Mohr File
• Daughter of Désirée and Stéphane Mohr
• Has a younger brother, Eden
• Born in Paris, France
• Instagram: @celiabellemohr
• Pronounced: Célia-Belle (saylia – bayll)

Why Vanderbilt? “Vanderbilt represents a huge opportunity to improve myself in so many fields. Especially because I am a foreigner, one of my biggest dreams is to be a part of good university which provides a prestigious academic level, an intense athletics program, a universal mentality and, finally, a tennis team which will become my family—which is exactly what Vanderbilt represents to me.”