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As a Redshirt Sophomore (2022-23): ITA All-American (singles) … First Team All-ACC (singles) … Third Team All-ACC (doubles) … All-ACC Academic Team … Four-time ACC Player of the Week (1/17, 3/7, 3/14, 4/4) … ITA Scholar-Athlete
Finished 34-8 in singles and 20-9 in doubles … Placed seventh nationally in singles victories … Sixth player—11th occurrence—in program history to earn a top-five seed in the NCAA Singles Championship … Became the 19th Hurricane—30th occurrence—to log 30-plus singles wins and 20-plus doubles wins in a season … Ranked top-20 in singles all season and top-15 all spring, peaking at fifth and finishing sixth, as well as second in the ITA Southeast Region … Alongside Alexa Noel, ascended as high as No. 16 in the ITA doubles rankings and ended No. 36, plus finished third in the ITA Southeast Region …With Daevenia Achong, peaked at ninth nationally and concluded the year at No. 47, as well as fourth in the ITA Southeast Region … Totaled a 23-6 mark against ranked singles players, including a 15-1 record from 2/3 to 5/22 with nine straight wins … Went 16-6 against top-60 opponents, 11-5 versus top-35 players and 3-2 against top-15 foes with a win over a player ranked second … Totaled a 5-2 mark against ITA top-15 finishers, including a 4-1 ledger in ACC play … Amassed a 5-5 record versus ranked doubles tandems, including a 3-2 mark against top-15 pairs with one top-five win … Led or co-led Miami in every combined singles/doubles and singles victories and winning percentage category except ranked singles winning percentage (.793), in which she placed second … Also led or co-led the team in doubles victories, doubles winning percentage (.690), spring doubles victories (16), spring doubles winning percentage (.667) and dual match doubles winning percentage (.750), while finishing second in ranked doubles victories and ranked doubles winning percentage (.500) … Compiled a 24-4 mark in spring singles action, including a 20-3 total in dual matches, a 12-1 record in ACC action and a 17-3 ledger against ranked foes (plus beat four more players who ended the year ranked), all at the No. 1 spot … Lost only eight total sets … Went 16-1 in an 18-match stretch from 3/4 to 5/22, with a 12-0 mark across 13 outings from 3/24 to 5/22 … Defeated No. 33 Celia-Belle Mohr of Vanderbilt, 7-6 (7-3), 6-4 in the Miami Spring Invite, during which she also topped No. 23 Amelia Rajecki of eventual NCAA runner-up NC State, 7-5, 5-7, 6-1 … Beat No. 122 Emma Bardet of FGCU, 6-2, 6-3 … Logged a 6-4, 6-4 decision over No. 119 Marice Aguiar at No. 46 Boston College … Posted a 6-2, 6-1 win against No. 31 Marie Mattel at No. 23 UCF … Topped No. 87 Anna Arkadianou at No. 40 Florida State, 7-5, 7-6 (7-3) … Rolled past No. 35 Diana Shnaider, a top-100 WTA player, in 6-4, 6-1 fashion in the victory over fifth-ranked NC State … Registered a 6-0, 6-1 decision against No. 38 Casie Wooten of No. 19 Wake Forest … Defeated No. 98 Natasha Subhash, 6-1, 6-3, in the win against ninth-ranked Virginia … Handed second-ranked Chloe Beck of her first of only two spring losses, a 7-6 (7-5), 6-2 decision at eighth-ranked Duke … Took down No. 15 Reese Brantmeier, 6-3, 6-4, at top-ranked North Carolina … Won, 6-4, 6-2, against No. 109 Andrea Di Palma of Louisville … Beat No. 23 Notre Dame’s Page Freeman, 6-3, 6-4 … Edged No. 12 Carol Lee, 3-6, 7-5, 6-4, at No. 20 Georgia Tech … Topped No. 51 Natasha Subhash of No. 10 Virginia, 6-2, 6-2, in the ACC Championship quarterfinals … Earned a 6-4, 7-6 (7-3) result against No. 32 Ariana Arsenault of No. 18 Auburn in the NCAA Team Championship Round of 32 … Recorded a 6-4, 6-4 win over No. 34 Lisa Zaar of Pepperdine in the NCAA Singles Championship Round of 64 … Totaled a 16-8 mark in spring doubles competition, going 15-5 in dual matches and 7-4 in ACC action, almost entirely at the No. 2 spot … Logged a 10-1 record in a 14-match span from 1/24 to 3/26, including an 8-0 stretch in nine outings from 1/24 to 3/5 … Finished 13-6 with Pfennig, 1-0 with Achong and 2-2 with Audrey Boch-Collins … Partnered with Achong, defeated No. 12 Jessica Alsola/Katja Wiersholm of No. 20 Cal, 6-4 … Alongside Pfennig, tallied a 6-2 win against Seren Agar/Hailey Wilcox at No. 46 Boston College … Earned a 6-3 victory over Ines Fonte/Viktoriya Kanapatskaya at No. 53 Syracuse … Compiled a 6-2 decision versus Sophia Biolay/Marie Mattel at No. 23 UCF … Beat Anna Arkadianou/Millie Bissett at No. 40 Florida State, 6-2, for an eighth straight win … Defeated No. 19 Wake Forest’s Anna Brylin/Jingyi Li, 6-4 … Knocked off No. 11 Julia Adams/Melodie Collard, 6-0, in the win against ninth-ranked Virginia … Edged Fiona Crawley/Carson Tanguilig, the eventual NCAA champions, by a 6-4 score at top-ranked North Carolina … Recorded a 6-2 win over Monika Dedadj/Kate Sharabura at No. 20 Georgia Tech … Beat Daniella Medvedeva/Cristina Mayorova of No. 37 Clemson, 6-1, in the ACC Championship second round … Logged a 6-3 victory over Boston University’s Michelle Kleynerman/Shelly Yaloz, 6-3, in the NCAA Team Championship Round of 64 … Beat DJ Bennett/Kaitlyn Carnicella of No. 18 Auburn, 6-1, in the NCAA Championship second round … Notched a 10-4 mark in fall singles action, including a 6-3 mark against ranked foes (plus one more win against a player who finished top-50) … Went 3-2 in the Fall Ranked Spotlight, all against top-60 opponents, earning a 6-2, 6-2 decision against No. 60 Jaedan Brown of Michigan, a 6-4, 6-3 result versus No. 42 Ayana Akli of South Carolina and a 6-4, 6-2 win against No. 27 Rebeka Mertena of Tennessee … Tallied a 2-1 mark in the ITA Women’s All-American Championships, beating No. 34 Solymar Colling of San Diego, 6-4, 6-4, and No. 109 Jayci Goldsmith of Texas A&M, 6-1, 6-4, to reach the quarterfinals … Totaled a 3-1 ledger in the ITA Southeast Regional Championships, including beating No. 104 Yasmine Kabbaj of FIU, 7-5, 7-5, to make the quarterfinals … Won both her matches in the Miami Fall Invite … Posted a 4-1 record in fall doubles play, going 2-0 with Boch-Collins and 2-1 with Achong … Teamed with Achong to go 2-1 in the Fall Ranked Spotlight, all versus top-40 tandems, finishing with a 6-4 win against No. 22 Patricija Spaka/Domenika Turkovic of Arizona State and a 6-4 victory over No. 36 Carson Tanguilig/Reilly Tran of North Carolina, the former an eventual NCAA doubles champion … Won both matches in the Miami Fall Invite with Boch-Collins.
As a Sophomore at Iowa (2021-22): Went 7-2 in singles and 0-1 in doubles, all in the fall … Did not compete in the spring due to injury … Finished No. 29 in the nation in singles despite missing the entire spring … Ranked top-10 nearly the entire season and peaked at third in the country … Finished third in the ITA Central Region singles rankings … Both losses came to players who ended the year ranked top-four nationally, both of whom she also defeated … Went 5-1 versus ranked foes, including 2-0 against top-20 opponents, with a top-five win … Notched a 4-1 record in the ITA Women’s All-American Championships to reach the title match … Defeated No. 85 Gina Dittman of Northern Arizona, 6-3, 6-2, then topped No. 20 Valeriya Zeleva of UCF, 6-7 (6-8), 6-2, 6-1, followed by a 3-0, ret., victory against fifth-ranked Georgia Drummy of Duke and then a 6-0, 1-6, 6-3 decision versus No. 56 Eryn Cayetano of USC in the semifinals … Totaled a 3-1 mark at the ITA National Fall Championships, advancing to the semifinals … Defeated Princeton’s Victoria Hu, 6-2, 6-2, and then No. 88 Reilly Tran of North Carolina, 4-6, 7-5, 6-1, followed by avenging a loss to South Carolina’s Sarah Hamner, 6-0, 2-6, 7-6 (7-1), in the semifinals, before falling to Cayetano … Dropped her lone doubles match, 7-9, against No. 58 Marija Curnic/Iuliia Bryzgalova of Penn in the ITA Women’s All-American Championships Round of 32.
As a Freshman at Iowa (2020-21): ITA All-American (singles) … Big Ten Player of the Year … Big Ten Freshman of the Year … First Team All-Big Ten … Big Ten All-Tournament Team … ITA Central Region Rookie of the Year … USTA Collegiate Summer Team
No fall season due to COVID-19 pandemic … Finished 24-1 in singles and 13-6 in doubles … Notched a .960 singles winning percentage to rank fourth nationally …Won the first 24 completed matches of her career … Peaked at No. 13 in the ITA singles rankings and ended the year at No. 21 … First ITA All-American and first Big Ten Player of the Year in program history … Earned a No. 9-16 seed in the NCAA Singles Championship as the Big Ten’s automatic qualifier … Advanced to the NCAA Singles Championship Round of 32 … Led the team in all singles victories categories, as well as tied for third in doubles wins, dual match doubles wins and Big Ten doubles wins … Earned 15 consecutive straight-set singles victories and lost only seven sets all season … Went 4-1 in singles against ranked foes, including 2-0 against top-30 players … Recorded a 1-1 mark versus ranked doubles pairs … Finished 17-0 in dual match singles action, playing exclusively atop the singles lineup, and 16-0 in Big Ten competition … Earned the first singles victory of her career in the Purdue Invite, defeating Michigan State’s Mary Lewis, 6-3, 6-2 … In her first completed dual match, defeated Emilee Duong of Illinois, 6-2, 6-0 … Took down No. 57 Julie Byrne of eighth-ranked Northwestern, 6-4, 6-7, 1-0 (10-5), for her first ranked win … Tallied a 6-2, 6-2 decision over Irina Cantos Siemers of No. 10 Ohio State … Won, 6-2, 6-1, at Illinois against Asuka Kawai, a 2019 NCAA quarterfinalist … Logged a 6-2, 6-3 triumph over Maria Shusharina at eighth-ranked Northwestern … Defeated No. 88 Kristina Novak of No. 28 Nebraska, 6-1, 6-3 … Rolled to a 6-1, 6-2 result versus No. 30 Ayana Akli at Maryland … Posted a 6-0, 6-4 win over No. 44 Nebraska’s Kristina Novak in the regular season finale … Topped Irina Cantos Siemers of No. 13 Ohio State, 6-1, 6-2, in Iowa’s first Big Ten semifinal berth since 2010 … Beat No. 23 Alana Smith of NC State, 6-4, 4-6, 7-5, in the NCAA Singles Championship Round of 32 … Finished 8-5 in dual match doubles play, all atop the lineup, and went 8-4 in conference play … Amassed her first collegiate doubles victory in the Purdue Invite against Ayshe Can/Maja Pietrowicz, 7-5 … Notched her first dual match triumph with a 6-1 decision against Emilee Duong/Asuka Kawai of Illinois … Defeated No. 47 Julie Byrne/Hannah McColgan of eighth-ranked Northwestern, 6-2, for her first ranked doubles victory … Downed Ekin Ercetin/Rachel Hanford, 6-2, at Minnesota for her fifth win in six outings … Took down Julie Byrne/Briana Crowley, 6-3, at eighth-ranked Northwestern … Registered a 7-6 victory over Maja Makoric/Kristina Novak of No. 44 Nebraska in the regular season finale.
Prior to College: Peaked at fourth in the world in the ITF Juniors rankings in January 2020 … Went 28-7 in ITF Juniors tournaments … Ascended as high as No. 794 in the WTA rankings in February 2020 … Won her first professional tournament, competing as an amateur, at the $15K ITF Cancun in February 2020 … Played in the 2019 U.S. Open doubles main draw alongside Abbey Forbes … Competed in all four Junior Grand Slams … Reached the Wimbledon Juniors singles final in 2019, one year after making the Round of 32 in singles and the quarterfinals in doubles … Competed in the U.S. Open Girls tournament in singles and doubles in 2019 and 2018, reaching the Round of 16 in singles in her second appearance and making the quarterfinals in doubles both times … Made the French Open Girls singles Round of 32 in 2019 and the French Open Girls doubles quarterfinals in 2018 … Reached the Australian Open Girls Round of 16 in both singles and doubles in 2018 … Won the 2019 USTA U18 National Championships doubles title … Also in 2019, reached G1 singles finals in Roehampton and Barranquilla, while winning a GA tournament in Milan … Represented the United States at the Buenos Aires youth Olympic Games in 2018 and won the Junior Fed Cup in Budapest the same year … Won the G1 Astrid Bowl in Belgium both singles and doubles in 2018 … Made the finals of both the GB1 Easter Bowl in Indian Wells, Calif., and the G1 Banana Bowl in Porto Alegre, Brazil, in 2018 … Excelled in multiple tournaments in Mexico in 2017, winning the G1 XXXI Yucatan Cup in singles and reaching the final in doubles, while also winning the GA Abierto Juvenil Mexicano crown.
Personal: Full name is Alex Juree Noel … Last name is pronounced NOLE … Born Sept. 6, 2002 … Parents are Brett Noel and Juree Anothayanontha-Noel … Has a younger sister, Julia … Majoring in sociology with a minor in sport administration … Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant because of how inspiring he is … Best sports memory is raising her Wimbledon Juniors plate in the Royal Box on Centre Court … Chose Miami because of its strength in both academics and tennis.
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