Almy made an immediate impact last year, playing in the fifth spot several times in the spring. In the NCAA Semifinals, she mounted a come-from-behind victory in both of her singles sets to clinch the historic match for Wesleyan and send the team to the Championship.
Kiseleva posted an impressive 15-1 record last spring, playing a pivotal role for the Cardinals. The NCAA Championship all came down to a hard fought battle at #4, where Kiseleva remained focused and determined, topping her opponent in the third and final set to secure the title for the Cardinals.
Yeung had a stellar first season with Wesleyan, which culminated in a runner-up finish in the NCAA Singles competition. She earned All-American and All-NESCAC First Team honors, while recording a 13-3 overall singles record.
Yu took full advantage of her lone-collegiate year playing doubles with her sister last year, as the duo won the ITA New England Doubles in the fall, before advancing to the NCAA Doubles Quarterfinals last spring, while posting a 35-9 overall record. She earned All-American and All-NESCAC First Team honors.
Hailing from Yorktown, N.Y., Ferrante joins the squad this season. As the No. 83 nationally ranked player in her class, she bring strength in both singles and doubles and is an all-around big gain to the team.
Katie Fleischman is no strange to Wesleyan, as she joins her brother Zach, junior on the men's team this year. A Medina, Wash. native, she was the No. 88 ranked player in her class and is expected to make an immediate impact upon arrival.
Sasha Gaeth also hails from Washington (Seattle) and as the No. 125 ranked player in the high school class of 2019, she brings a wealth of national level singles and doubles playing experience to the team.
From Highland Park, Ill., Caitlin Goldberg was the No. 172 player in her class. She is an athletic lefty who will bring depth to the team in both singles and doubles.
A sophomore transfer from Georgetown, originally from Las Vegas, Nev., Sophie Henderson joins the team this year. She has a versatile all-court game paired with a great mental approach who is expected to make an impact immediately.
Serim Jin comes from Portland, Oreg. and was ranked No. 77 in her national class. She is a tremendous ball-striker and a great competitor who will make a big impact as a Cardinal.