Madeleine Paolucci
Madeleine Paolucci
Height: 5-8
Year: So.
Hometown: Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich.
High School: Grosse Pointe South
Major: Nursing

2018-19: Beacame the first All-American singles player in the history of the women's tennis program after picking up a first round win at the 2019 NCAA DIII Individual Championships...named to the All-UAA First Team for her play at no. 1 singles, while also earning All-UAA Second Team recognition at no. 1 doubles (along with Nicole Cardwell)...ended the season ranked 18th among all NCAA Division III singles players and fourth among players in the Central Region...duo of Paolucci and Cardwell finished the year ranked fifth in the Central Region... finished the year with a 19-8 singles record and added a 17-11 doubles record during the year...went 11-5 as the team's first singles player...10-9 as the team's first doubles player...earned UAA All-Academic recognition... Selected to the UAA Presidents Council Scholar-Athlete Team.

2017-18: Finished the year ranked 10th in Division III in doubles play (along with teammate Nithya Kanagasegar)...was also ranked second in doubles in the final ITA Central Region poll...ranked 20th for singles play in the final Central Region poll...named to the All-UAA Second Team for her play at second singles and first doubles...finished the year with overall records of 16-11 in singles play and 23-10 in doubles action...went 8-5 as the team's second singles player...15-4 as the team's first doubles player.

Personal: Four-year varsity letterwinner at Grosse Pointe South High School...served as team captain during her junior and senior year...coached by Mark Sobieralski...earned First Team All-State Singles Players (2015, 2017) and was a MHSAA Division I #4 Singles State Champion (2014)...named an Academic Hall of Fame Member (2017), an AP Scholar (2017) and an All-Academic Player (2014-2017)...born December 3...daughter of Michael and Madeleine.