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Romy Koelzer
Height: 5'8"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Betzdorf, Germany
Major: Communications
Experience: 1 Letter

Pronunciation: ROH-mee KOHLT-ser

Career Highlights

  • All-ACC Academic Team (2014) and President's List (4.0)
  • All-ACC Third Team (2014)
  • Career Singles Record: 63-29 (43-22 in duals, 22-9 ACC)
  • Career Doubles Record: 44-44 (32-38 in duals, 13-20 ACC)
2013-14 (as a junior)
  • All-ACC Academic Team (4.0 GPA)
  • Third-Team All-ACC
  • #33 final National Singles Ranking
  • 25-9 overall record in singles, including 12-3 record at No. 1
  • 16-11 overall record in doubles
  • 11-1 record in ACC singles matches
  • 5-8 against Nationally Ranked Players
  • NCAA Singles participant, losing in the Round of 32
  • Defeated eventual National Champion Danielle Collins (UVa), 7-6(5), 7-5; It was Collins' last loss of the season
  • Had team-best 12-match winning streak, 11 of which were in ACC play 

Spring 2013 (as a sophomore)

  • Earned No. 69 national singles ranking to start the year after going 7-3 in the fall. 
  • Finished season 20-12 overall and 12-9 in dual match play (8-8 at No. 4, 4-1 at No. 5)
  • Had a 15-19 record in doubles, playing primarily No. 2 
  • Had a 6-2 record in ACC play
  • Won eight of her nine singles matches from Mar. 13 until May 10
  • Won her NCAA Tournament first round match, 6-1, 6-0

Fall 2012 (as a sophomore)

  • One of only two returning letterwinners from 2012 team that reach 2nd round of NCAA Tournament
  • Went 7-3 in the fall, including a win against No. 27 Marianne Jodoin of Duke
  • Reached the QFS of the ITA Carolina Region Singles Chmapionships
  • Won flight five with a 3-0 mark at the Furman Fall Classic against players from Tennessee, Alabama, and Florida State
  • In doubles, won flight two championship with Ani Miao at the Roberta Allison Fall Classic

Spring 2012 (as a freshman)

  • Enrolled in January 2012 and made an immediate impact on the lineup, going 18-8 in her 26 singles matches
  • She won her first nine singles matches
  • Won her final five decisions, including both of her NCAA Tournament matches
  • Played well with pressure on, winning six of eight tiebreak sets
  • Played primarly at No. 5 and No. 6 singles
  • Went 13-13 in doubles as well

Before Clemson

  • Graduated from high school in 2011 will enroll at Clemson in January, and is eligible to play immediately
  • Ranked in the top 50 of the German women's open division
  • Chose Clemson after taking official visits to Miami, Tennessee, Oklahoma and NC State
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