Esther Eddy
Esther Eddy
Height: 5'4"
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Jacksonville, Fla.
High School: Homeschool
Major: History

Honors:

  • USA South All-West Division second team (2018)
  • ITA Scholar-Athlete (2017-18)
  • USA South All-Academic (2017-18)
  • USA South All-Sportsmanship (2017)
  • USA South Rookie of the Week (March 27, 2017; April 10, 2017)

Career Match-by-Match Stats: 2016-17, 2017-18

2017-18 (Sophomore): Selected to the All-USA South West Division second team... Compiled a 10-8 record in singles play, with nine of those wins coming at the No. 3 flight... Won four of her first five singles matches of the year... Went 13-5 overall in doubles play, including a 12-5 record with Annie DeLuca at the No. 1 spot... She and DeLuca won five straight matches to end the year, capped with an 8-2 win over N.C. Wesleyan's No. 1 duo in the USA South Tournament (April 13)... Named to USA South All-Academic team... Also earned ITA Scholar-Athlete honors

2016-17 (Freshman): Finished second on the team with 14 singles victories and went 14-7 overall... Had a 6-0 singles record in USA South matches... 10 of her 14 wins came at the No. 4 spot... Combined with Aly Hall for a 10-9 doubles record, all coming at the No. 1 position... Went 12-10 overall in doubles play... Played with Hall in the main draw of the ITA Regional in the fall and advanced to the second round... Was a two-time USA South Rookie of the Week honoree, garnering awards on March 27 and April 10... Was Covenant's representative on the USA South All-Sportsmanship team

High School: Was homeschooled, but competed with Providence High School... Capped off her high school career by winning district and region tournaments at No. 1 doubles, and advancing all the way to the quarterfinals of the Florida 1A State Doubles Tournament... Also finished 11-1 at No. 2 singles for a Providence team that advanced to the region finals... Was named the team's Most Improved Player and Most Valuable Player during her career

Personal: Favorite Bible verse is Hebrews 12:1-2... Majoring in history