RC Women's Tennis BIO
 Elissa DeCampli

2012-2013: Posted a record of 11-9 in singles, playing exclusively in the No. 1 position, finishing strong, winning six of her final 10 matches...was 3-6 vs. nationally ranked opponents...In doubles, she teamed with Ashley Rosenberg to go 12-10 overall, 6-9 in the No. 1 slot and an impressive 6-1 at No. 2 doubles...her and Rosenberg were named to the SSC second team in doubles...finished the Spring ranked No. 22 nationally in singles and her doubles team with Rosenberg finished No. 21...opened her Fall season at the Embry-Riddle open, going 2-1 in Gold Flight singles; also went 2-1 in Gold Flight doubles, paired with Ashley took part in the ITA South Regional, falling in the round of 16 in both singles and doubles...ended her fall by participating in A Flight singles in the C.L. Varner Memorial Invitational, winning her first round match 6-2, 4-6(6) before falling in round two, 6-3, 6-1; also teamed with Ashley Rosenberg in A Flight doubles, falling in round one, 9-8(3)...was named an ITA Scholar Athlete as well as was named to the Rollins AD and SSC Commisioner's honor roll.

2011-2012: Posted a record of 9-8 in singles, going 1-0 in the No. 4 position, 6-8 at No. 5, and 2-0 at No. 6...earned a record of 5-3 in SSC play...teamed with Callie Whitlock to go 8-7 and went a perfect 1-0 with Stefania Tkach in doubles play; combined to go 6-1 in conference play... In the fall, came on strong as a freshman, winning her first-round match in each of the Tars three events. Started with a victory in the Eagle Flight of the Embry-Riddle Invitational and advanced to the second-round of the ITA South Region Championship. Earned a place in the second-round of the C.L. Varner Memorial Invitational before the event was halted due to weather.

High School: Enjoyed an illustrious career at Lake Highland Prep, playing No. 1 singles each of her last three seasons. Led the Highlanders to four-straight Region and District titles while advancing to the state finals her sophomore season. Named team MVP as a junior and senior - named Orlando Sentinel First Team All-Central Florida three-straight years.

Personal: Born March 15, 1991...daughter of Kristi Peterson and William DeCampli, sister to Grant. Mother swam at the University if Minnesota; Father rowed at MIT. Majoring in Biochemistry and Molecular biology. 

Year: Senior
Hometown: Orlando, Fla.
High School: Lake Highland Prep
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