Adrienne Markison
Adrienne Markison
Height: 5-2
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Princeton, N.J.
High School: The Pennington Prep School

As a junior:
Earned Team MVP after winning 34 matches, 17 apiece in both singles and doubles competition ... Cruised to All-NEC First Team recognition with a 5-0 record against league foes, and also paired with Mary Wilson to earn All-NEC First Team honors at No. 1 doubles ... posted a 17-4 mark in singles, including a 13-3 record in dual matches ... won the Quinnipiac Invitational Flight B Championship, defeating opponents from Connecticut, Sacred Heart and Army ... Was taken to just one three-set match all year, defeating Army's Jessica Ahn in an eight-game pro set, 12-10 for the Quinnipiac Invitational Championship ... Paired with Wilson to win 13 of 16 doubles matches, including a 10-3 mark in dual matches ... Also won three matches with Wilson to take the Fairfield Doubles Festival Flight A Championship.

As a sophomore: 
Earned Second Team All-NEC recognition in both singles (No. 2) and doubles (No. 1)...won 28 matches, 14 each in singles and doubles, to tie for second on the team with doubles partner Mary Wilson...earned 10 singles wins in dual matches at No. 2...paired with Wilson to win 12 of 19 doubles matches at No. 1 in dual matches...won 10 straight matches, including five each in singles and doubles to begin the month of April...named to the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll.

As a freshman:
Earned NEC Rookie of the Year, as well First-Team All-NEC recognition at both No. 1 doubles and No. 3 singles ... finished second on the team in singles wins with 16, including a 7-2 mark at No. 3 and a 2-1 record at No. 2 in dual matches ... added 16 more wins at doubles to total 32 victories in her initial collegiate season ... paired with Mary Wilson to win the "A" flight of the Fairfield Doubles Festival.

Before Quinnipiac:
Won over 100 matches in a much-heralded four-year high school career at the Pennington Prep School ... led her club to a New Jersey state championship ... a four-star recruit by and consistently ranked among the top 200 nationally by the United States Tennis Association ... ranked as highly as No. 8 in the Middle States section ... registered a perfect 19-0 mark in singles as a junior and won both the New Jersey State Prep B and Mercer County individual crowns ... competed in the National Open in El Paso, Texas, where she earned the Sportsmanship Award ... a Dean's List student ... off the court, she established a national foundation called Next Generation for the Cure, an organization that raises breast cancer awareness among teenagers through participation in the Race for the Cure.

Born in Indiana ... the daughter of Joan and Brian Markison ... has three siblings - Ben, Colin and Devin ... father, Brian, played collegiate hockey at Iona ... a communications major.