Jennifer Miccoli Athlete Profile

Jennifer Miccoli

Jennifer Miccoli
Height: 5-6 Roster Years: 2004-2008 Hometown: Francavilla, Italy

Personal

  • Loves pasta
  • Looks up to Steffi Graff, Pete Sampras and Roger Federer
  • Her favorite part of playing tennis is being on a winning team
  • Her father got her started in tennis when she was young

Stats

 

Year Singles Doubles
2004-2005 12-3 16-2
2005-2006 11-7 19-7
2006-2007 6-4 27-9
2007-2008 0-0 12-7
Career 29-14 74-25


2004-2005 | Freshman Year

  • She battled through back problems throughout the year
  • Added critical depth to the talented squad
  • Playing at the No. 5 singles spot, the little Italian posted 12 singles wins while teaming up with fellow freshman Anastasia Surkova to go 16-2 in doubles
  • Finished the season ranked No. 15 in the nation in doubles play
  • All-Mountain West Conference in doubles 

2005-2006 | Sophomore Year

  • After not competing during the fall season or in the first regular season match due to a knee injury, Miccoli came back strong to go 6-1 in doubles with partner Anastasia Surkova
  • Teamed with Surkova in her first match back with an 8-2 win over Washington's Stephanie Svanfeldt and Tara Simpson
  • Made her singles debut against Kansas State, losing in three sets
  • Set the tone for BYU in final three conference matches with an impressive 6-1, 6-1 win over Colorado State's Jessica Jones and an 8-1 doubles win with Surkova
  • All-Mountain West Conference in doubles

2006-2007 | Junior Year

  • Recorded a 4-1 singles record in the fall
  • Withdrew from two matches due to soreness in her shoulder which had recently been operated on
  • Received No. 39 pre-season national doubles ranking with Anastasia Surkova
  • 10-3 doubles record in the fall
  • Won BYU Invitational over Boise State's Tatiana Ganzha and Polina Kokoulina
  • Won doubles Wilson/ITA Central-West Regional Championships over teammates Sofia Holden and Lauren Jones (No. 51)
  • Invited to participate in the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships where they went 1-1, reaching the quarterfinals
  • Injury kept her from competing in regular singles competition during the spring
  • Tallied a 13-match win streak in doubles that spanned more than a month and a half
  • Highlight of the season was a doubles win over the No. 5 team in the nation from Notre Dame in Provo
  • Also beat the No. 42 and No. 20 doubles teams
  • Finished the spring season with a singles record of 2-2 and a doubles record of 17-6
  • Named the first alternate team for the NCAA Women's Individual Tennis Championship and a No. 34 national doubles ranking
  • All-Mountain West Conference in doubles

2007-2008 | Senior Year

  • Did not compete in the fall season due to injury
  • Posted a 12-7 doubles record with teammate Anastasia Surkova
  • Injury kept her from competing in regular singles competition during the spring
  • Nationally ranked as high as No. 35
  • Together, Miccoli and Surkova defeated top 40-ranked opponents from Arkansas, Boise State and South Carolina
  • Received All-MWC honors in doubles
  • Finished the season ranked No. 54 nationally and No. 5 in the Central Region