Caroline Brinson
Caroline  Brinson


New Orleans, La.

High School:
Academy of the Sacred Heart




Brinson Delivers Breakthrough Performance

Brinson Delivers Breakthrough Performance


Brinson Crowned Southeast Regional Champ

After having already defeated three ranked opponents in the last two days, junior Caroline Brinson, the 72nd-ranked player nationally, capped a tremendous tournament with a 6-7, 6-0, 6-4 victory over sixth-ranked Stephanie Wagner of Miami to claim the USTA/ITA Southeast Regional singles crown.


Brinson To Play For ITA Regional Singles Title

Brinson To Play For ITA Regional Singles Title


Brinson And Shaffer Advance At ITA Regionals

Brinson And Shaffer Advance At ITA Regionals


Pair of Bulldogs Advance at ITA Regional

Pair of Bulldogs Advance at ITA Regional

*Recipient of the Doyle E. Mote Women's Tennis Scholarship


*Helped the Bulldogs advance to the NCAA Final Four, the ITA National Team Indoor Finals and the SEC Tournament Championship Final to end the season 24-7 and nationally ranked No. 5

*Earned final national singles ranking of No. 98

* Compiled a 33-8 mark in singles play and 21-11 in doubles play

*Led the team with 33 overall singles wins and 54 overall combined wins

*Posted an impressive 10-2 record in SEC singles matches from the No. 5 and 6 courts

*Went 3-3 against nationally ranked singles opponents

*Named SEC Player of the Week for the week of Feb. 11

*Ended the season on a nine-match win streak

*Led the Bulldogs with 20 dual singles wins

*Clinched four matches for the Bulldogs

*Named to the ITA All-Tournament Team at the No. 6 spot

*Finished the fall with a team-best 12 wins in doubles and 13 wins in singles

*Went undefeated in singles and doubles at the Wilmington Invitational

*Won the singles title at the Bulldog Tennis Classic

*Advanced to the quarterfinals at the ITA Southeast Regionals alongside Laura Patterson

*Claimed both the singles and doubles titles in the B Flight at the College of Charleston Fall Classic

*Recipient of the Barbara Hartman Howell Scholarship


*Helped team to a 24-5 record, an SEC Tournament Title, the NCAA tournament's No. 1 overall seed and NCAA Quarterfinal appearance, ending with a final ranking of No. 4

*Played primarily doubles with Lilly Kimbell, going 16-4 overall (15-4 at No. 3), including helping Georgia to a critical doubles point over No. 3 Alabama in the SEC Tournament Final

*Led the team with 11 doubles point clinchers with teammate Lilly Kimbell

*Posted a 5-1 record in singles including 1-0 at No. 5 and 4-1 at No. 6

*Signed with the Bulldogs in November, enrolled at UGA in January and joined the team for the 2014 spring season


*Solid junior career and gained experience in a variety of international junior tournaments
*Trained at Franco's Athletic Club in Mandeville, Louisiana, under coaches Ray and Walker Sahag while attending Academy of the Sacred Heart in New Orleans, La.
*A Blue Chip recruit and #18 overall in the Top 100 by TennisRecruiting.Net
*Five-time Louisiana high school state singles champion
*Two-time Southern Closed Doubles Champion
*Winner of bronze balls in doubles at Easter Bowl and National Clay Courts
*As of December 2013, ranking of #38 in the USTA Girls 18s
*2013 Louisiana Junior Achievement of the Year Award for outstanding tennis performance and sportsmanship by the USTA/LTA
*2013 National High School All-American
*2013 Louisiana Junior Tennis Sportsperson of the Year


*Born Jan. 3, 1996 in New Orleans, La.
*Daughter of Steve and Elizabeth Brinson
*Mother played tennis for Georgia from 1988-89
*Grandfather, Vernon, played baseball at Georgia from 1958-59
*Family: Has an older brother, Blake, who played tennis at Furman
*Major: Pre-Business

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