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Beatrice Gumulya
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Beatrice Gumulya 823570
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Jakarta, Indonesia
Major: PRTM
Experience: 3 Letters



Gumulya's Classmate Romy Koelzer's favorite memory as a Clemson Tiger so far: "We played Vanderbilt in Clemson in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament in 2013. We were up 3-2 and it was such a close match. Bea and Tristen were the last ones on the court. Bea started to cramp and she could not move anymore; not even one step. She was just lying there and everyone was so worried. After drinking thousands of Pedialytes, Bea was able to stand back up, go to the service line and play. It was crazy—she was hurting and she did not really know what was going on, but she won and she brought us to the Sweet 16. We all came together, hugged and laughed, and it was one of the happiest moments ever."

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS (as of April 15, 2015)

  • All-ACC Academic Team (2014)
  • All-ACC Team (2013) & All-ACC Third Team (2014)
  • Career Singles Record: 90-33 (63-25 in duals, 39-9 ACC)
  • Career Doubles Record: 86-35 (55-27 in duals, 28-16 ACC)
  • Won the Riviera/ITA All-American Doubles Championship, with Jessy Rompies, in Pacific Palisades, Calif. in Oct. 2014, becoming the first doubles team in Clemson history to win the ITA All-American title
  • Reached the doubles semifinals, with Rompies, at the ITA Indoor Championships in Flushing Meadows, N.Y. in Nov. 2014
  • Currently ranked 59th in the nation in the ITA Singles Poll
  • Currently ranked third in the nation (with Jessy Rompies) in the ITA Doubles Poll

2013-14 (as a junior)
  • All-ACC Academic Team
  • Third-Team All-ACC
  • #89 final national singles ranking
  • #15 final national doubles ranking with Koroleva, #26 with Rompies
  • 23-13 overall record in singles, including 13-6 record at No. 3
  • 27-12 overall record in doubles, including 15-6 record at No. 1
  • 10-4 record in ACC singles matches
  • 2-8 against Nationally Ranked Players
  • NCAA Doubles participant, losing in the Round of 16 after advancing past No. 1 seed after an injury 

SPRING 2013 (as a sophomore)

  • First-team All-ACC
  • No. 45 final National Singles ranking, No. 34 final Doubles Ranking with Koroleva. 
  • 26-6 final singles record and 23-6 final doubles record
  • Went 18-4 at No. 3 singles in dual match play
  • 6-4 record against ranked opponents
  • Advanced to 2nd round of NCAA Singles Championships with win over Dominique Harmath of Rice
  • Clinched Clemson's trip to the Sweet 16 with a 1-6, 7-6(6), 6-3 win over Georgina Sellyn of Vanderbilt
  • Went 9-1 in ACC play, and has compiled 19-2 mark in her career in league play.  

FALL 2012 (as a sophomore)

  • Opened season ranked No. 83 in singles and No. 53 in doubles with Ani Miao
  • Went 5-1 in singles, with only loss coming to No. 26 Zoe De Bruycker (NC) in three sets
  • Also compiled 5-1 doubles record, reaching the QFs of the ITA Carolina Regional with Yana Koroleva

SPRING 2012 (as a freshman)

  • Finished season No. 124 in singles, #62 in doubles
  • Went 16-6 in singles and 10-11 in doubles in her first season
  • Compiled 10-1 record in ACC play, mostly at no. 4 singles
  • Four of six losses came to ranked opponents
  • Won 11 straight and 13 of 14 matches to finish the season, including three over top-100 opponents
  • Handed Rachel Kahan (Duke) her first career ACC loss
  • Won both of her NCAA Tournament matches, including a 7-6(1), 1-6, 6-1 win over #70 Lauren Herring to tie the match at 3-3

FALL 2011 (as a freshman)

  • Compiled 3.5 GPA in first semester in the classroom
  • Sat out from intercollegiate competition, but played unattached in one tournament.


  • Born in Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Brings strong experience in both singles and doubles
  • Reached a career-high ITF singles world ranking of 755th in June of 2010, and an ITF Junior World Ranking of 22nd.
  • Ranked 375th in the world in doubles in late 2009 as well.
  • Strong family background in tennis, and has paired with her sister, Sandy, in several doubles tournaments.
  • Reached the semifinals of the juniors doubles championships at the 2008 US Open and 2009 Australian Open.
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