Ohio State Career: Three-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete ... two-time Academic all-Big Ten honoree.
2013-14 (Senior season): Led the squad with nine doubles wins in fall campaign ... advanced to doubles final at Jack Kramer Collegiate Invite Nov. 10 with Miho Kowase after winning three straight doubles matches ... recorded a perfect 6-0 ledger in singles and doubles competition at Tennessee Fall Invite Oct. 25-27 vs. North Carolina State, Kentucky and Tennessee ... notched 2-0 doubles record at Akron Fall Invite Oct. 4-5 with Nicole Flower beating Akron and Cornell ... fell to Wisconsin's Sydney Rider in round of 64 in main draw singles at ITA Midwest Regional Oct. 10 in three sets.
2012-2013 (Junior season): Earned 13 singles and 10 doubles victories ... sealed the team victory against higher-ranked Penn State in three-set triumph over Sarah Henderson on court six March 3 ... enjoyed nine-match singles win streak from Oct. 23 through Jan. 23 ... paired with Kara Cecil, duo defeated Purdue's Lynda Zepoleas/Daniela Vidal, 9-7, March 22 ... compiled 2-0 record on court five in dual matches with wins over Cincinnati's Sierra Sullivan Jan. 23 and Kentucky's Stephanie Fox Feb. 12... finished fall campaign winning six consecutive singles matches and four consecutive doubles matches with Grainne O'Neill and Kelsey Becker... compiled a 9-4 singles record and 6-3 doubles record ... tied for team-high in singles victories in fall slate ... a straight-set winner against both Brown's Ashley Noyes and Albany's Cathryn Crummey and rallied for a super tiebreaker win vs. Brown's Ammu Mandalap to go 3-0 on weekend at Brown Classic Nov. 2-3 in singles ... paired with Becker, duo went 3-0 at Brown Classic with doubles wins over Brown and Albany ... posted two singles victories at Lady Vols Classic with wins over Kentucky and NC State ... Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten honoree.
2011-12 (Sophomore season): Posted six singles wins and 12 doubles victories during the campaign ... played with Kelsey Haviland throughout the spring, playing the majority at No. 2 doubles ... duo was 1-0 at No. 1 and had four wins at No. 2 ... two dual singles wins at No. 5 ... tallied four singles wins during the fall, including a 4-0 run to begin the season ... picked up A Flight championship at WVU Martha Thorn Invitational after downing opponents from Youngstown State, Duquesne, Virginia Tech and West Virginia ... defeated WVU's Emily Mathis, 6-3, 6-3, to claim championship ... advanced to doubles Round of 16 at USTA/ITA Midwest Regional with Kelsey Haviland with victories over Jamieson and Allin of Illinois, 9-7, in the first round and Sulahain and Nguyen of Michigan, 8-5, in the second round ... an Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten choice.
2010-11 (Freshman season): Notched 11 singles wins and 17 doubles victories ... teamed with Kara Cecil to post a team-leading 16-12 doubles record playing at the second and third spots, including a 9-2 home record and a 6-3 Big Ten ledger ... saw time at the No. 5 and No. 6 singles position in dual season, nabbing wins at No. 6 against Iowa and Illinois ... tied with Cecil in singles wins (9) during the fall, good for second on the team ... recorded first collegiate victory against Dylan Windom of Kansas, 7-6 (4), 6-1, at the Eck Tennis Classic Oct. 1 ... won singles title at the Big Green Invite with 22 points ... finished with four doubles victories in the fall ... Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.
Prior to Ohio State: A five-star recruit according to tennisrecruiting.net ... ranked 38th nationally, second in the Plains region and first in Missouri in the 2010 recruiting class ... named Player of the Year in the Heart of America district.
Personal: Daughter of Mark and Luellen Malley ... has two siblings, Jack and Jennifer ...enjoys spending time with her family and puppies, photography and traveling.
Noelle Malley Career Stats