Six Yellow Jackets named ITA Scholar-Athletes
Yellow Jackets won seven of season's final nine dual matches
Shelton talks about the Yellow Jackets trip to the sweet-16
The Jackets make their appearance in the sweet 16 on Thursday against Cal in Athens, Ga.
Senior Caroline Lilley rallied from down 5-3 in final set to clinch Georgia Tech win
Georgia Tech women's tennis hosted its annual Senior Day Sunday, April 15, against Wake Forest.
2011 Academic All-ACC
2011-12: Finished the year 18-16 in singles play and 17-10 with Muriel Wacker in doubles play... In singles, played at No. 3 and 4, played No. 3 doubles...Beat Illinois' No. 67 Rachael White 6-4, 6-2 in the fall and Princeton's No. 55 doubles team of Katie Goepel and Rachel Saiontz 8-2... Clinched win over South Carolina to send Tech back to ITA National Indoors and 5-2 win at Florida State...Went 8-3 in singles play and 3-1 in doubles play during the fall season... Went 3-0 in singles play at Schwartz Tennis Challenge hosted by Purdue to wrap up fall... Advanced to second qualifying round of the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships.
2010-11: Finished the year with a 22-16 overall singles mark and an 18-11 doubles record... Beat 20th ranked Brynn Boren from Tennessee 5-7, 7-6, 7-6 to open the spring season... Finished the year ranked No. 65...Clinched 6-1 win at Wake Forest on March 27... Posted a stellar 11-3 singles mark in the fall, including a 3-0 record at the Georgia Tech Invitational... Went 4-2 in doubles play.
2009-10: Solid second season at Tech with a 16-14 overall singles record and a 14-11 mark during the dual-match season ... Played mostly at the No. 3 spot but got some matches in the No. 2 slot in the lineup ... Battled No. 74 Keri Wong of Clemson in the semifinals of the ACC Tournament to give Tech the momentum in the match and helped the Jackets seal the victory ... Won first three matches of dual-match season, including a 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 win over No. 68 Micaela Hein of Arizona State ... Registered a 14-13 doubles mark and was a 14-12 during the dual-match season, playing mostly with Elizabeth Kilborn.
2008-09: Completed her rookie season on the Flats with a 13-5 dual-match singles mark and an overall singles record of 20-11 ... Closed out the dual-match regular season with six straight singles victories ... Solidified the No. 6 spot in the lineup with a 12-4 record during the dual-match portion of the schedule ... Teamed with Sasha Krupina in doubles during the fall and registered a 5-3 record ... The duo recorded an 8-5 win over No. 38 Monika Dancevic and Nadja Gilchrist of Georgia ... Finished the season with a 6-3 singles mark ... Competed in the All-American pre-qualifying singles draw ... Defeated No. 101 Cameron Ellis of Georgia, 6-4, 7-5, at the Georgia Tech Fall Invitational ... Finished the fall ranked No. 25 in singles and No. 10 in doubles (with Sasha Krupina) in the ITA South Region Rankings.
High School/Junior Tennis: Competed in various 10k and 25k tournaments on the ITF Women's Circuit over the past year ... Reached the quarterfinals of the women's singles draw at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games ... Participated in tennis clinic in Thailand where she met former Clemson men's head coach Chuck Kriese, who suggested she should come to college in United States.
Personal: Full name is Viet Ha Ngo, but goes by Christina ... Born on July 5, 1990 ... Daughter of Viet Trung Ngo and Thu Anh Le ... Has one sister, Anh Minh ... Grandfather is a famous Vietnamese photographer ... Majoring in Economics and International Affairs at Tech ... Enjoys drawing, reading and watching movies ... Fluent in four languages (Russian, Spanish, English and Vietnamese).
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