Lauren Quisenberry
Lauren Quisenberry
Height: 5-9
Year: So.
Hometown: Corpus Christi, Texas
High School: Gregory-Portland
Major: Brain and Cognitive Sciences

2011-12: Reached doubles figures in wins for a second straight season in both singles and doubles … second team All-NEWMAC at No. 1 doubles … NEWMAC Singles Player of the Week (10/3) … NEWMAC Doubles Team of the Week (10/3) with Julia Hsu … finished 10-6 in singles splitting her time between No. 1 and No. 2 … went 11-7 in doubles … started the season with a 6-0, 6-1 win at Smith (9/10) … won three straight matches in the fall against opponents from Babson (9/27), Colby (10/1) and Brandeis (10/1) … finished the fall with another three-match win streak against Springfield (10/8), at Wheaton (10/11) and at Babson (10/22) … dropped a total of three games in those matches … started her doubles season with an 8-1 win at Smith … season best three-match doubles win streak in the fall … included in that stretch was an 8-2 win over Springfield … including that match played with Hsu the rest of the season … duo finished 8-5 … final win of the season for the pair was a solid 8-2 decision at Vassar (4/21).

2010-11: Outstanding freshman season … selected as the NEWMAC Athlete of the Year and Rookie of the Year … first team All-MEWMAC in No. 1 singles … second team All-NEWMAC in No. 2 doubles … became fourth MIT player selected to play in the NCAA Singles Championship … perfect 20-0 mark at the No. 1 singles position … 20-2 overall for the season … after losing the second match of the season she rolled off a 19-match win streak that stretched from Sept. 25 until May 27 … streak was broken by a close 5-7, 6-7 loss to Ellen Yeatman from Washington & Lee (5/27) in the first round of the NCAA Singles Championship.

Off The Court at MIT: Majoring in brain and cognitive sciences … minor in mathematics.

High School: A 2010 graduate of Gregory-Portland High School … Texas 4A state high school champion in singles … two-time district MVP … W.C. Andrews outstanding overall athlete award … three-time national Sportsmanship Awards … South Texas Distinguished Scholar … American Math Contest school winner … National Honor Society … Math Club … treasurer of both organizations.