Ellen Yeatman
Ellen Yeatman
Height: 5-8
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Little Rock, Ark.
High School: Little Rock Central

2011-12: Three-year letterwinner ... has compiled a 33-23 singles record and a 43-15 doubles mark over her first three seasons.

2010-11: Earned ITA All-America honors in singles ... also collected First Team All-ODAC accolades at No. 1 singles and No. 2 doubles ... ranked 10th in the nation and second in the region in singles ... paired with classmate Jen Snyder to rank 11th in the region in doubles ... concluded junior campaign with overall records of 7-11 in singles and 15-5 in doubles ... competed at the NCAA Division III Singles Championship, advancing to the Round of 16 before falling to Kendra Higgins of Chicago, 6-0, 6-0.

2009-10: Finished the spring season ranked eighth in the ITA Atlantic South Region singles rankings, while partnering with Lauren Caire ’10 to earn the No. 2 regional ranking in doubles … named the ITA National and Atlantic South Region Player to Watch … also earned first team All-ODAC honors in both singles and doubles and VaSID First Team All-State accolades … qualified for the NCAA Division III Individual championships in both singles and doubles after posting a 13-5 singles ledger and teaming with Caire to record a 14-6 doubles mark … received All-America honors in doubles by the ITA ... claimed the Flight B Singles Championship and paired with senior Blair Brzeski to take the Flight A Doubles Title at the ODAC Fall Tournament … completed the fall season ranked 17th in the ITA Atlantic South Region Singles Rankings.

2008-09: Named First Team All-ODAC at No. 2 singles and teamed with Meg Spalitta ’09 to earn First Team All-ODAC honors at No. 3 doubles … named ODAC Rookie of the Year … finished with a 13-7 singles mark and a 14-4 doubles record … selected to compete in the NCAA Singles Championship, falling in the first round … fell to teammate Katie Tabb ’09 in quarterfinals of ITA Southeast Regionals during the fall.

High School: Lettered four times in tennis and once in soccer at Little Rock Central ... captured both the singles and doubles state titles as a prep.

Personal: ODAC scholar-athlete … environmental science major.