Katie Le
Katie Le
Height: 5-6
Year: Junior
Hometown: Milpitas, Calif.
High School: Milpitas HS
Major: Computer Science & Engineering


AS A JUNIOR IN 2012-2013: Named an ITA Scholar-Athlete … earned second consecutive bid to play at the NCAA Singles Championships while ranked No. 26 ... beat No. 30 Emina Bektas of No. 7 Michigan in the first-round slate of NCAAs, 7-6(3), 7-5 … fell 7-6(1), 6-2 to No. 3 seed Robin Anderson of No. 7 UCLA in second round of NCAAs (Anderson finished runner up in 2013 NCAA Doubles Championships) … named All-WCC First-Team Singles along with All-WCC Second-Team Doubles with three-season partner Jessica Agra ... named to the WCC All-Academic Team with a 3.79 GPA as a computer engineering major … played at the No. 1 position for singles and doubles ... posted a 22-13 overall singles record and 14-13 overall doubles record … No. 2 all-time for most doubles victories with partner Jessica Agra with a record of 41-31 … her win over then-No. 17 Jenny Jullien of St. Mary's helped clinch the Broncos first-ever WCC regular season title in program history ... finished a strong season with her main doubles partner Jessica Agra putting them No. 2 All-Time for most career doubles victories ... highlights of the season include a victory on April 3 over then-No. 20 Nicole Gibbs of No. 12 Stanford, who was the 2012 NCAA singles and doubles champion and the 2013 NCAA singles champion, by a score of 6-7(1), 6-3, 1-0(8) … on Jan. 20 defeated then-No. 9 Anett Schutting of California, 6-3, 6-1, at the Cal Winter Invite … named WCC Player of the Month for November … made it to the second round of the ITA National Indoor Championships in New York … participated in the ITA All-American Championships in Los Angeles … currently stands at No. 2 all-time for most career singles victories with a 74-28 career singles record.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011-12: Was the first tennis player from Santa Clara University to receive an individual bid to the NCAA Division I Singles Championships … named WCC Player of the Year, just the second women’s tennis player in Bronco history to earn that honor … received WCC First Team recognition for both her singles and doubles performance at the No. 1 spots for the Broncos … first player in school history to receive all three league honors … named First Team All-District Academic All-American by CoSIDA … earned WCC All-Academic Team accolade posting a 3.81 GPA in computer engineering … was the WCC Player of the Month for March … held an individual ranking by the ITA during the whole year … highest ranking was No. 38 … during preseason defeated three ranked opponents in the Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championships (pre-qualifying rounds) … advanced to the round of 16 by beating No. 37 Jackie Wu of No. 26 Vanderbilt at the Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championships (Qualifying) … reached the quarterfinals of the USTA/ITA Division I Northwest Regional Championships by defeating No. 65 Ellen Tsay of No. 5 Stanford in three sets 6-4, 5-7, 7-6 (3) … had an 18-6 dual singles record at the No. 1 position … defeated No. 63 Khunpak Issara of No. 38 Pepperdine 6-3, 6-3 … beat No. 41 Marianne Jodoin of No. 51 Fresno State 6-4, 7-5 … had a 11-match winning streak during the dual season … competed at the No. 1 doubles spot with partner Jessica Agra … the duo posted a 10-12 overall record … upset the No. 60 doubles team from No. 68 Oregon 8-5 … fell to No. 36 Abigail Tere-Apisah in the first round of the NCAA tournament 7-6 (7-4), 5-7, 6-0. 

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010-2011: named WCC Freshman of the Year ... awarded Second Team All-WCC for her play at the No. 1 singles ... earned Second Team All-WCC for doubles play with partner Jessica Agra ... during preseason defeated last season’s Freshman of the Year, #77 Catherine Isip of SMC and Julia Metzger of Oregon ... during the dual season tallied wins over two individually nationally ranked players (Stephanie Hoffpauir of USD and Ekaterina Morozova of Kansas) ... earned a 20-3 dual record ... went on a 14 match win streak from Jan. 23 to March 13 ... defeated a total of six players hailing from nationally ranked teams ... earnined an ITA individual ranking of 110 ... at the No. 1 doubles spot went 17-4 with partner Jessica Agra ... pair was nationally ranked (No. 74) on April 12... tallied two wins over USD’s #71 Juliette Coupez and Stephanie Hoffpauir... beat  opponents from ranked teams UC Davis and Washington State.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Uyen and Trang Le has two siblings Jennifer (11) and Kevin (8) ... chose to come to Santa Clara because of the school's strong academic reputation, beautiful campus and tennis program ... majoring in Computer Science & Engineering.