Alexandra Borg
Alexandra Borg
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Oslo, Norway
High School: Wang Sports Academy

2019-20: Played in all ten matches for the Tars ... Held down the first singles position seven times, and position two three times ... Finished 4-6 overall in singles competition, including a #1 win against Bates and #2 wins versus Lander, Ferris State, and Saginaw Valley ... Played all ten doubles matches form position one alongside partner Ola Durzynski ... Duo went 6-4 overall, including a win over #12 Lander 

2018-19: Went 8-10 playing exclusively in the first singles position… tallied a 6-4 SSC singles record… defeated a pair of nationally ranked singles players… went 12-6 overall in doubles, playing in the first position with two partners… reached as high as No. 27 in the ITA National Doubles Rankings with Teresa Kaiser… ended the year at No. 43 in the ITA National Doubles Rankings with Ola Durzynski… defeated two nationally ranked doubles team on the year… named an ITA All-Academic Scholar Athlete… earned spots on both the Fall and Spring Rollins Athletic Director’s Honor Roll… selected to the Spring SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

2017-18: Saw action in 19 singles matches and 21 double contests during her second season in the Blue and Gold… tallied a 10-8 overall record, finishing 1-0 in the top spot, 7-6 in the second, and 2-2 in the third… picked up a pair of wins over nationally ranked opposition… went 11-10 overall in doubles play, 10-10 in the top position with partner Fabiana Vitanza… the pair picked up a win over a nationally ranked foe and reached as high as No. 17 in the ITA National Doubles ranks… finished the season at No. 41 in the National Doubles Poll and No. 7 in the South Region… named to both the Fall and Spring Athletic Director’s Honor Rolls... earned a spot on the Spring Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll

2016-17: Compiled a 9-11 record during her first season at Rollins… appeared in both the third and fourth positions… earned a 4-4 SSC record… tallied a 12-11 doubles mark… went 7-7 in the first position, and 5-4 in the second… defeated two regionally ranked opponents, and one national ranked foe.

High School: Attended the Wang Sports Academy… won three Indoor Norwegian Championships and 5 Norwegian Doubles Championships… represented Norway on the Fed Cup team in Tallinn Estonia… competed for Norway in the European Championships in the u14, u16, and u18 divisions… also played for Holmenkollen Tennisklubb

Personal: Daughter of Jeanine and Anders… has one brother, Felix… majoring in international business… chose Rollins after she fell in love with the school, and especially the tennis team, on her visit