Olivia Sneed
Olivia  Sneed

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Prairie Village, Kansas

High School:
Shawnee Mission East

Height:
5-7

05/11/2018

Buckeyes Suffer 4-1 Loss to Clemson in NCAA Tournament

Ohio State ends season 14-9

05/03/2018

Buckeyes Earn All-B1G Honors

Fukuda named B1G Freshman of the Year, joins Sanford on All-B1G Team

04/27/2018

Buckeyes Advance in B1G Tournament with Win over Purdue

Ohio State downs Boilermakers 4-1

04/26/2018

Buckeyes Head to Big Ten Tournament

No. 4 seed Ohio State faces Purdue Friday

04/23/2018

Spotlight on Seniors Anna Sanford and Olivia Sneed

Tandem has been a part of nearly 100 wins for the Scarlet and Gray

03/01/2018

Olivia Sneed - Texas Trip Preview

Olivia Sneed - Texas Trip Preview

04/04/2017

Sneed Previews Home Matches

Sneed Previews Home Matches

05/11/2018

NCAA First Round Match

The Buckeyes face Clemson in Nashville

04/22/2018

Senior Day Match

Anna Sanford and Olivia Sneed were recognized as the Buckeyes closed out the regular season

03/30/2018

Buckeyes vs Wolverines

Ohio State faced Michigan in the VTC

03/07/2018

Buckeyes vs Huskers

The teams met in a Big Ten match in the VTC.

02/01/2018

Buckeyes Down Kansas in ITA Kick-Off Weekend

Ohio State prevailed 4-1 over the Jayhawks

Ohio State Career: 79-26 singles ledger and 77-35 doubles mark as a Buckeye ... entered senior year fifth in program history in career singles winning percentage (.789) and eighth in doubles winning percentage (.744) ... 31 doubles wins in 2015-16, tying then-school record for doubles victories in a single campaign.

2017-18 (Senior Season, entering NCAA Tournament): 23-10 overall singles mark, with 15-6 ledger in dual matches ... shares overall and dual match wins lead ... 14-6 on court three in singles ... 19-15 overall in doubles and has 10-5 record in dual match play ... Big Ten Sportsmanship Award winner for Ohio State.

2016-17 (Junior Season): 12-4 in singles overall and 8-0 in dual matches, with 1-0 mark on court four, 2-0 ledger on court five and 5-0 mark on court six ... 6-0 in league play ... ranked in singles, reaching high of No. 80, and was No. 79 in doubles with Ferny Angeles Paz in the spring ... 10-5 overall in doubles, including 6-3 in doubles dual matches ... 4-4 in singles and 4-2 in doubles in the fall ... three wins in Dick Vitale Lakewood Ranch tournament ... picked up two doubles wins at ITA Midwest Regoinals, falling in tiebreaker in Round of 16.

2015-16 (Sophomore Season): 21-2 in dual matches and 26-6 overall in singles ... 7-0 in Big Ten play ... ended season on eight-match winning streak ... ranked 113th in singles ... team-high and school-record tying 31 doubles wins on the year, tying for first with 23 dual match victories ... 16-3 with Francesca Di Lorenzo in doubles in the spring, with 9-0 mark on court two and 17-2 ledger on court three ... tandem was 7-2 in conference action ... ranked 70th in doubles with Miho Kowase ... five victories in both singles and doubles in the fall ... 3-0 at UT Fall Invite, including a win over No. 26-ranked Desirae Krawczyk of Arizona State ... also picked up victories at Baylor tournament and Jack Kramer Invitational ... 3-1 in doubles at UT Fall Invite, with only loss to No. 6-ranked team from Arizona State.

2014-15 (Freshman Season): Record 18-5 ledger overall, including 11 wins in dual matches ... 7-3 at No. 6 singles in the spring ... 17-7 overall record in doubles, with 14-6 mark in dual matches ... 14-3 at No. 3 doubles in the spring ... won first five matches of the spring ... cliched Buckeyes’ victory on the road at Arizona State with a three-set win ... ranked No. 71 in first spring ITA poll … undefeated (7-0) in fall singles action competing in two tournaments … notched 4-0 record in singles at Baylor Invitational … tallied singles wins vs. ETSU, Tennessee and Kentucky in straight sets at Tennessee Fall Invite and undefeated in doubles play vs. host Tennessee … …won first collegiate match in debut vs. TCU’s Alexis Pereira Oct. 3 in straight sets at Baylor Invitational.

Prior to Ohio State: Kansas state singles champion in 2013 ... Shawnee Mission East won 6A team state championship ... ranked No. 1 in the Missouri Valley region and slotted No. 17 among incoming freshmen by tennisrecruiting.net ... finished first in singles and second in doubles at a USTA National Segment tournament in 2013 and was second in doubles at the National Open in Waco, Texas, finishing third in doubles in a clay court tournament ... received Fed Cup sportsmanship award ... first in both singles and doubles at the 2012 national open in Midland ... claimed doubles title in segment tournaments in Illinois, Las Vegas and St. Louis, finishing second in singles in both Las Vegas and St. Louis and in doubles at the Easter Bowl ... won singles and doubles in both the Oklahoma City and Las Vegas segment tournaments in 2011.

Personal: Daughter of Jeff and Neana ... father played football at Kansas ... has an older sister, Arielle ... enjoys basketball and softball ... sociology major.