Elizabeth Corrao
Elizabeth  Corrao


Holden, Mass.

High School:
Notre Dame Academy



BU All-Access Interview - September 26, 2009

AS A JUNIOR IN 2008-09

Posted a 9-9 dual-match singles record, including a 4-0 mark at No. 4 ... Went 17-11 overall ... Won all three singles matches at Dartmouth's Big Green Invite in the Fall ... Went on a five-match win streak between Feb. and March ... Started the spring teaming with Vanessa Steiner and then partnered with Petra Santini after Steiner's injury in Feb. ... Recorded an 11-6 record with Santini, including a 6-6 mark at No. 2 ... Played against UCLA's 66th-ranked team of Wetmore/Seguso at No. 2 doubles during the first round of the NCAA tournament.


Named First Team All-Conference ... Competed in the Nos. 5 and 6 singles slots ... Went 7-4 at No. 5 and 3-3 at No. 6 ... Did not finish either of her matches in the America East tournament ... Had a 5-6 fall ... Tallied a 15-13 overall singles record ... Combined most frequently with Yana Sadovskaya in doubles, putting up a 10-5 spring record in third doubles after going 10-4 in the fall for a 20-9 final tally ... Also played with Dasha Zakharchenko (1-1) ... Won four of her last five regular season singles matches ... Had a stellar season in doubles with Sadovskaya, putting up a 10-match win streak that spanned the fall and spring ... Played Stanford's No. 95 Carolyn McVeigh in the NCAA tournament at fifth singles.


Named to the No. 6 singles spot on the All-America East First Team and to the No. 2 doubles slot on the second team ... Tallied a 13-10 overall singles match record, including 9-5 in dual matches ... Also had a 15-7 record in doubles ... Played mainly in the sixth position but saw action in the No. 5 spot ... Finished the season on a four-match win streak ... Earned a point in the America East tournament finals match against UMBC with a 6-1, 6-1 win at the sixth spot ... Main doubles partner was Katie Draganova and the pair earned a 5-2 record solely in the No. 2 doubles spot ... Played with Draganova in the America East finals against UMBC and was winning 6-3 but the match was not finished.


Two-time captain who led her team to back-to-back state championships junior and senior years ... Played No. 1 singles all four years ... Was undefeated her freshman year ... Achieved a No. 2 USTA New England ranking in 14s, 16s, and 18s ... Ranked 75th in the USTA National rankings in 14s and 16s and 109th in 18s ... A four-year CMC all-star, a three-year Telegram and Gazette all-star ...Two-time winner of the Coaches' Award.


Born May 13, 1988 in Worcester, Mass. ... Daughter of James and Jeanne Corrao ... Currently enrolled in the College of Communications.

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