Alex Ferrara
Alex Ferrara
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Skillman, N.J.
High School: Lawrenceville School

2013-14 Records, singles & doubles

2012-13 Records, singles & doubles

2011-12 Records, singles & doubles

2013-14: Named to Centennial Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll...Voted First Team All-Centennial in singles...Named Centennial Conference co-player of the week (4/14)...Claimed a team-high 14 singles win during the season and went a perfect 10-0 in conference play at No. 2 singles...Named to the conference's all-sportsmanship team...Won 12 of her final 13 singles matches of the season.

2012-13: Named to Centennial Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll ... Named ITA 2013 Scholar-Athlete ... Voted second-team All-Centennial in singles and doubles ... Registered double figures in singles victories for the third straight season ... Finished 18-7 overall this season in singles, playing strictly at No. 2 ... Moved into a tie for 11th on the program's all-time win list with 44 career victories ... Went 8-2 in Centennial action with each of her wins coming in straight sets ... Delivered winning point for Fords in 5-4 team victory over Muhlenberg (4/09) with 6-4, 6-1 win over Emily Szulman ... Joined forces with Caitlin Gallagher at top-flight doubles to go 7-3 in conference play and 15-9 overall ... Rose to ninth in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Atlantic South doubles rankings before finishing the season in 14th ... Participated in the singles and doubles championship draw at the ITA Southeast Regional (9/22).

2011-12: Earned second-team All-Centennial Conference honors in singles and doubles ... Finished the season ranked 25th in singles in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Atlantic South region ... Named to 2012 All-Centennial Conference Spring Sportsmanship Team ... Named to Centennial Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll ... Played primarily at top-flight singles ... Finished second on the team in singles wins with 13 ... Registered a five-match winning streak (3/24-4/7) ... Went 10-10 overall, and 6-4 in conference play, in top-flight doubles action.

2010-11: Named All-Centennial Conference second team as a singles and doubles player … Tied for the team lead in singles wins with 13, 11 coming as the No. 2 … Was 5-3 in conference play … Paired with Katie Wettick, went 13-5 as the top doubles team, including a 7-2 conference record.