Fernanda Contreras
Fernanda  Contreras
Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Austin, Texas

High School:
Westlake High School

Height:
5-7

 

11/10/2017

Dores on the Web

News, notes on Vanderbilt athletics

11/04/2017

Contreras bows out of Fall Nationals

Saturday was Contreras' second consecutive semifinal appearance, as the junior won last month's Oracle/ITA Riviera All-American Championships.

11/03/2017

Contreras is semifinals bound

Fernanda Contreras will face Florida International's Andrea Lazarro in semifinals.

11/03/2017

Dores on the Web

News, notes on Vanderbilt athletics

10/13/2017

Dores on the Web

News, notes on Vanderbilt athletics

06/06/2017

WT vs. South Carolina (4/14/17)

Women's tennis defeats South Carolina 4-1 (4/14/17)

05/08/2017

WT vs. Florida; Photos by Terry Wyatt (4/16/17)

Women's tennis defeats No. 1 Florida 4-2 for the SEC Reg. Season crown. Photos by Terry Wyatt (4/16/17)

04/25/2017

2017 SEC WT Championship - Karademos(4/23/17)

Celebration shots from women's tennis' 2017 SEC Tournament Final over Florida, 4-3. Photos by Gabby Karademos (4/23/17)

02/06/2017

WT vs. Ohio State (2/5/17) Photos by Gabriella Karademos

No. 9 Vanderbilt women's tennis fell to No. 7 Ohio State, 5-2. (2/5/17) Photos by Gabriella Karademos

10/29/2016

Puerto Rico College Challenge (10/28-30)

The Vanderbilt women's tennis team competed against Georgia, Old Dominion, and UVA in the Puerto Rico College Challenge (10/28-30).

Career:
Highest Singles Ranking: No. 63 (9/12/17)
Highest Doubles Ranking: No. 52 W/ Astra Sharma (9/13/16)

Honors:

• 2017 Second Team All-SEC
• 2016 SEC All-Tournament Team
• SEC First Year Honor Roll
• 2016 SEC All-Freshman Team
• 2x SEC Freshman of the Week (Jan. 27, Apr. 18)
 

2016-17 (Sophomore): Named Second Team All-SEC… Lost just two dual matches in sophomore season (18-2)… Ended 2017 team on 12-match win streak(3/24-5/22)… Played predominately on court six… Clinched Vanderbilt’s SEC Tournament Championship over Florida in Nashville… Picked up four ranked wins… Career-high victory came over UF’s No. 40 Kourtney Keegan… Austin, Texas native earned a career-high singles ranking at No. 69 and doubles ranking at No. 52… Teamed up with Christina Rosca, playing at No. 3 doubles… Contreras went 16-6 in dual match doubles.


2015-16 (Freshman): Named to the SEC All-Tournament Team and First Year Academic Honor Roll… Two-time SEC Freshman of the Week (1/27, 4/18)… First Commodore dual-match doubles and singles win came against Denver on Jan. 23… Victory was a straight set match-clincher against Evy Van Genechten on court five… Went 29-5 overall in singles play in her premiere season… Played predominantly on courts five and six… Only one SEC loss on the season… Contreras/Sellyn earned first doubles win together on court three against MSU’s No. 61 Patrasc/Rentouli, 6-3… Clinched competitions against No. 25 Northwestern and No. 14 Texas A&M… In doubles went 10-4 (6-3) with Sellyn… Tandem played No. 3 doubles.


High School:
 In the 2014 season the future Commodore reached her highest ranking yet, coming in at No. 42 in late April. Fernanda Contreras played under head coach Kim Riley at Westlake High School where she won the 2014 state 5-A Singles and Mixed Doubles Championships along side partner Charles Tan.Came to Vandy as the second ranked player in the state of Texas and the No. 52 in the country... Contreras boasted a 34-4 high school singles record; 12-2 against fellow five-star recruits and has compiled a perfect 13-0 record against four-stars... Contreras reached finals or semifinals in seven of nine tournaments.

Personal:
Fernanda Contreras Gomez … Born October 8th, 1997 … Daughter of Javier and Magdalena …. Sister Magdalena, swims for Incarnate Word – Pueblo … Majoring in Mechanical Engineering … Began officially playing tennis at age nine … Captain of the Westlake High School tennis team in 2013, 2014 and 2015 … Coached by Kim Riley … Earned Texas singles and mixes doubles champion status … A member of the National Honor Society, Spanish Club Vice President, and Westlake class Senate … Trained at St. Stephens Tennis Academy ... Lists Rodger Federer and Justine Henin as her favorite tennis players … Chose Vanderbilt because it felt like home and for its mix of academics and athletics … Garnered offers from Texas, Baylor, Texas Tech, Kentucky, Yale, Rice and TCU … Lists her grandparents as her biggest influences … Uncle and Grandfather played collegiate tennis … Grandfather, Francisco Contreras, played for the USC Trojans, winning an NCAA team title, as well as two NCAA doubles championships in 1955 and 1956 … Contreras went on to make it to the semifinals of Wimbledon in mixed doubles and competed with team Mexico in the Davis Cup.

 

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