Women's Tennis
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Joana Eidukonyte
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Joana Eidukonyte 1763794
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Vilnius, Lithuania
High School: Vilnius Jeruzale Secondary School
Major: Parks, Rec. & Tourism Mgt.

Career: (as of Dec. 31, 2015)

  • SINGLES: 64-17 overall, 33-4 dual matches, 18-3 ACC
  • DOUBLES: 36-18 overall, 19-10 dual matches, 11-4 ACC

 Fall 2015 (Senior):

  • Reached the finals of the ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships
  • Advanced to the finals of the ITA Carolina Regionals in singles
  • Reached the doubles finals, with teammate Theresa Piontek, at the ITA Carolina Regionals
  • Advanced to the semifinals of the inaugural Oracle/ITA Masters
  • Finished the fall season with an 11-5 record in singles and a 4-1 mark in doubles

2014-15 (Junior):

  • Singles All-American
  • First-Team All-ACC
  • All-ACC Academic Team
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll
  • Ranked 16th in the nation in the final ITA singles poll
  • Reached the Round of 16 of the NCAA Singles Championship before falling to Jamie Loeb of North Carolina, who went on to win the National Championship
  • SINGLES: 37-7 overall, 22-3 dual matches, 12-2 ACC
  • Played primarily at No. 2 & 3 singles
  • Tied for sixth in Clemson history in single-season singles wins with 37
  • Posted a 13-7 record against nationally-ranked singles opponents, including five wins over top-25 competition
  • Defeated 11th-ranked Brianna Morgan of Florida, 6-3, 6-0, at the ITA Team Indoor Championships
  • DOUBLES: 20-9 overall, 13-6 dual matches, 8-4 ACC
  • Played primarily at No. 3 doubles with teammate Daniela Ruiz
  • Was 2-0 against nationally-ranked doubles teams

2013-14 (Sophomore):

  • Earned 15 starts in dual matches, including the final 14 (2 DNFs)
  • Compiled 16-5 singles record, including a 6-1 record in ACC matches
  • 12-8 overall record in doubles
  • Defeated Duke senior Marianne Jodoin, 6-7, 7-5, 6-0 to clinch Clemson's win over #1 Duke in a match that lasted more than three hours
  • Two days later, she followed that with a 6-3, 6-0 over Tessa Lyons of UNC to tie that match at 3-3 with No. 7 UNC; The Tigers would go on to win, 4-3
  • Was named ACC Player of the Week for her contributions to the back-to-back top-ten wins
Before Clemson
  • Talented freshman from Lithuania who will have three years of NCAA eligibility
  • Two-time Sportsman of the Year at VJSS
  • Career-high WTA Singles Ranking: 997
  • Career-high WTA Doubles ranking: 1064
  • Career-high ITF Ranking: 632
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