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Emily Olivier - Women's Tennis - University of New Mexico Lobos Athletics

Emily Olivier






Spring, Texas

2015-16 (Junior Season) 

*Named All-Mountain West in singles and doubles play.
*Went 16-16 in singles competition, playing mostly at No. 1 or No. 2.
*Was solid at No. 2, going 8-4.
*Her tough schedule earned her a No. 17 ranking in singles for the Mountain Region.
*Finished on a strong note, winning four of her last five in the Fall.
*Won all three matches at the Lobo Invitational.
*Played a team-high 11 three-setters.
*Went a perfect 4-0 in conference singles play, and a perfect 4-0 in conference doubles play.
*Finished out the regular season by winning five of her last six.
*Was 20-11 in doubles, including 11-7 at No. 1 doubles in the Spring.
*Teamed with Dominique Dulski to win nine consecutive doubles matches to end the regular season.
*Named Mountain West All-Academic.

2014-15 (Sophomore Season)
*Went 20-18 in singles play, one of two 20-match winners on the team.
*Was at her best vs. conference opponents, going 6-3.
*Faced six ranked foes during the season, including in the NCAA Tournament, losing a three-setter to No. 29 Joana Vale Costa.
*Played both No. 1 and No. 2 singles.
*Won her first three conference matches when moving to No. 1 singles.
*Played in 14 three-setters during the season, winning five.
*Went 13-20 in double play.
*Paired up with Sharon Coone in the postseason and went 3-1, including an 8-6 win at the NCAA Tournament against No. 22 LSU’s second doubles team.
*Clinched the doubles point in the Mountain West finals against Wyoming with a 7-5 win.
*Named Mountain West All-Academic.

2013-14 (Freshman Season) 

*Went 16-13 in singles play, one of two 20-match winners on the team.
*Went 4-4 in three-set matches.
*Picked up two wins at six-singles against nationally ranked Oklahoma (No. 20) and Utah (No. 49).
*Went 18-11 in double play.
*Played No. 3 doubles for UNM, going 8-6.
*Named Mountain West All-Academic.

Prior to UNM
*A 2013 graduate of Klein HS in Klein, Texas.
*Coached by Holly Cannon and her father, Ken Olivier,  while playing tennis at Klein.
*Won the 5A State Championship in doubles in 2013 with her partner Princess Gbadamosi. 
*Her highest national ranking before coming to UNM was was 121 and she had an overall record of 25-23.

*The daughter of Cherly and Ken Olivier.
*Has a older sister, Sheri Olivier.
*Both of her parents Ken and Cheryl Olivier played tennis for UT-Tyler and East Texas State.
*Her sister, Sheri, played for Texas A&M from 2008-12. 
*She has many relatives that have played college tennis besides her parents and sister including her grandfather Carmack Berryman Sr. (San Diego State University), her uncle Carmack Berryman Jr. (East Texas State University), and her great uncle Alex Gordon (University of California-Los Angeles).
*When she’s not playing tennis, she enjoys going to church and hanging out with friends.
*Her major is liberal arts.


Singles Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 Dual Tour Conf
2013-14 16-3 2-0 2-2 3-3 7-5 9-8 1-0
2014-15 20-18 6-6 3-6 2-1 11-13 9-5 6-3
2015-16 16-16 1-6 8-4 9-10 7-6 4-0
TOTAL 52-47 7-12 11-10 2-1 2-0 2-2 3-3 27-28 25-19 11-3
Doubles Total 1 2 3 Dual Tour Conf
2013-14 18-11 8-6 8-6 10-5 0-2
2014-15 13-20 3-2 8-6 1-4 12-12 1-8 5-4
2015-16 20-11 11-7 11-7 9-4 4-0
TOTAL 51-42 14-9 8-6 9-10 31-25 20-17 9-6