Leolia Jeanjean
Leolia Jeanjean
Height: 5-6
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Montpellier, France
High School: CNED

Senior (2019): Put together one of the most decorated seasons in the storied history of Lynn women's tennis...was named the Sunshine State Conference Female Athlete of the Year, becoming the fourth female Fighting Knight to ever garner the prestigious accolade...was also named the ITA Senior Player of the Year, the ITA South Region Senior Player of the Year, the SSC Women's Tennis Player of the Year, ITA Singles All-America, ITA Doubles All-America, All-SSC First Team Singles and All-SSC First Team Doubles...racked up a league-best four SSC Player of the Week awards...operating at the top flights, she closed out the season undefeated in both singles (21-0) and doubles (29-0)...took down nine nationally-ranked singles opponents and lost just one set all season, while her 29-0 doubles record sets a single-season program record for most total wins and best winning percentage...is also the first player in program history to go undefeated in doubles with 24 or more wins in a season....closed out the year ranked (ITA) No. 6 in the country in singles and No. 3 in doubles with Grib.

Prior to Lynn:
Played three years of Division I tennis, starting her career at Baylor University before playing two years at the University of Arkansas.

Junior (2018): Participated in team events at Arkansas during the fall season (2017)...advanced to the Round of 16 in both doubles and singles at the ITA National Fall Championships.

Sophomore (2017): Played for the Arkansas Razorbacks...led the team with an 18-2 (7-1 SEC) dual-match singles record…tied for fifth in the SEC in dual-match singles wins (16) during the regular season…turned in a 16-9 (7-5 SEC) mark in dual-match doubles…went a combined 4-2 in singles and doubles against nationally ranked opponents…scored a singles win in seven of the team’s wins over nationally ranked opponents…was 13-2 at No. 3 singles…won each of her last five singles matches…won 12 of her first 14 matches with one loss and one unfinished…vs. Oklahoma (Feb. 5): Clinched the team win at No. 4 singles…after surrendering the first set, responded with a 6-2 win in the second and later turned a 2-1 third-set deficit into a 6-2 win…vs. Missouri (March 3): Clinched doubles at No. 2 with Natsuho Arakawa in the 4-3 win…first off the court in singles with a 6-0, 6-1 win at No. 3…vs. LSU (March 10): First off the court in doubles with Arakawa, earning a 6-1 win at No. 3 in the 5-2 overall win…defeated LSU’s No. 83 Ryann Foster 6-4, 6-2 at No. 3 singles…at No. 25 Ole Miss (March 17): Clinched the 4-0 victory with a 6-4, 6-3 decision at No. 3 singles…vs. No. 1 Florida (March 25): Won a 7-6 (7-5) nailbiter over Gators Brooke Austin and Spencer Liang at No. 3 with Arakawa.

Freshman (2015): 
Played the 2014-15 season at Baylor…posted a 13-2 dual-match record with a 10-2 mark at No. 4 singles…was 5-0 in conference play…went 7-1 in her final 10 singles matches, winning each of the last three…also recorded a 16-6 dual-match doubles record, primarily at the No. 2 flight.

Prep/Juniors: Won doubles championship at $10,000 ITF event in Borriol, Spain, in 2013…competed in the semi-final round of French Championships at ages 12, 14 and 16…tallied ITF record of 8-11 in singles and 6-5 in doubles…achieved career-high singles ranking of 548 in August 2014.

Personal: Born August 14, 1995...daughter of Laurent and Isabelle Jeanjean...pursuing an MBA in Finance at Lynn.