2010-11 (Senior): Posted a 19-8 overall record, including a 14-6 mark in dual matches ... Went 13-5 in doubles matches with Lauren Mira ... Clinched a team-high five matches this season... Won all seven three-set dual matches she played this spring ... Began the dual season by winning 10 of 11 doubles matches with Lauren Mira at the No. 3 position ... Named SEC Player of the Week (1/26) after clinching the doubles point and overall point for Vanderbilt's season opening win over No. 9 Northwestern ... Set teammate Lauren Mira up for the match-clinching win over Tennessee in the NCAA Regional with a three-set win over Millie Nichols ... Secured Vanderbilt's 4-3 win over 13th-ranked Notre Dame ... Went 3-0 and won her flight at the June Stewart Invitational.
2009-10 (Junior): Finished 22-19 in singles ... went 11-12 in dual play, including 6-5 in the SEC ... played most of the season at the No. 4 singles position ... selected to SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll ...went 9-9 at the No. 4 slot and 1-4 at No. 3 position ... went 5-2 in doubles during the dual season, including 2-0 in the SEC ... paired with Chelsea Preeg and Rachael Dillon in doubles during the spring ... named to the 2010 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll ... went 12-6 in singles and 7-4 in doubles during the fall ... won three straight matches at the ITA Ohio Valley Regional before falling to teammate Jackie Wu ... won at least two singles matches at all five fall tournaments.
2008-09 (Sophomore): Played most of the spring at No. 3 and No. 2 singles for the `Dores ... defeated three ranked opponents during the fall season including an impressive straight set win over Tennessee's 37th-ranked Caitlin Whoriskey at the Furman Classic ... knocked off two straight ranked opponents (No. 114 Alejandra Guerra (UNC-Greensboro) and No. 50 Sasha Kulikova (Wake Forest) at the ITA Southeast Regionals in the fall ... ranked as high as No. 84 in singles by the ITA entering the spring season ... teamed up with older sister, Courtney to go a team best 13-4 overall and 7-3 against the SEC at No. 3 doubles during the dual season ... won five matches in a row at the third doubles slot from Mar. 18 - April 5 ... named to the 2009 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll.
2007-08 (Freshman): Named to the SEC All-Freshman team after posting an impressive 9-2 conference record ... won six consecutive matches during the fall, including a win over No. 108 Jacqueline Lee of Iowa at the Hoosier Classic ... won flight at the June Stewart Invitational, defeating three opponents ... won eight straight SEC matches from March 7 - April 12 ... Ulery's 9-2 conference mark tied for the best SEC record on the team ... earned SEC Freshman of the Week honors after her 5-7, 6-1, 7-5 comeback victory over Kentucky's Whitney Spencer ... defeated Indiana State's Fadzai Masiyazi in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... earned first collegiate dual match victory over Colorado's Abbie Probert in straight sets.
Prep/Juniors: Finished her junior career ranked in the top 20 nationally ... finished in the top 12 of the Girls' 18 division at the 2007 USTA National Clay Court Championships ... chose Vanderbilt over Florida State, Miami, North Carolina and Washington.
Personal: Keilly Austin Ulery...born May 5, 1990...daughter of Lou and Bev Ulery...older sister Courtney was an All-SEC tennis player for VU from (2006-2009) ... majoring in Human and Organizational Development ... favorites include Andy Murray (Tennis Player), San Diego (City), Third Eye Blind (Musician), and Bravo (Television station) ... chose Vanderbilt for its combination of being a top-20 national university, the great tennis program and the location of the school.