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Columbia Women's Tennis BIO
Adi Milstein
Player Profile:
Adi Milstein 1876730
Year: Senior
Hometown: Boca Raton, Fla.
High School: Laurel Springs Independent Study (Calif.)
Major: Political Science
Experience: 3 Letters

CAREER

One-time All-Ivy League selection in doubles ... Two-time team captain ... Enters 2017-18 season as one of two team captains ... Enters senior year with an 18-25 overall singles record and 25-28 career doubles record.

2016-17

Named to the All-Ivy League Second Team in doubles ... Named an ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Served as team captain ... Finished 7-9 overall in singles competition and 9-6 in doubles matches ... Put together an 8-4 doubles record with partner Alex Solovyev, including a 5-1 Ivy League record, the most overall doubles wins and Ivy League wins on the squad ... Played primarily at the No. 5 (2-4) or No. 6 (5-5) singles positions ... Finished 3-5 vs. regional competition ... Concluded year with four straight doubles victories and five of last six matches of the year.

2015-16

Posted a 1-1 record in fall singles, topping Wake Forest’s Courtney Meredith at the Harvard Fall Classic … Went 1-6 in singles play during the spring, notching an Ivy League victory over Dartmouth’s Allison Chaung ... Earned eight victories in doubles playing alongside Kanika Vaidya, and another win with Star Makarome.

2014-15

Competed with Vivian Cheng on the third doubles court versus Prokhnevska/Renaud and fell to No. 18 Georgia Tech’s Kendal Woodard in the sixth spot, 6-2, 6-1, in the first round of ITA Kick-Off Weekend (Jan. 24) … Joined Cheng, but fell to Texas Tech’s Talaba/Boscher, 6-1, in the consolation round of ITA Kick-Off Weekend (Jan. 25) ... Partnered with Kanika Vaidya for a 6-2 victory over Shah/Stewart as the No. 3 doubles pair to help Columbia reach the ECAC Championship match (Feb. 7) … In the ECAC Championship, teamed up with Vaidya for a 6-3 win over Dartmouth’s Okuda/Schroeder at No. 3 doubles (Feb. 8) ... Paired with Solovey for a 8-4 victory over Zuhse/Whiteaway of Penn State (Feb. 20) ... Picked up a No. 6 singles win over VCU's Alberta Veverkova, 6-2, 6-1 (Feb. 21) ... Blanked BU’s Craft, 6-0, 6-0, on court 5 (Feb. 27) ... With Alexandra Solovyev, picked up a 6-1 win at No. 3 over UNLV’s Kotseva/Garrett (March 21) ... In her collegiate debut, went 1-2 in singles action at the Mizzou Invite and posted a 2-2 record on the doubles court. Posted a 2-2 singles mark at the Princeton Invitational and competed in doubles with Solovyev (0-1) and Asatrian (1-2) ... Posted two victories in the qualifying draw of the USTA/ITA Northeast Regional Championships to advance to the main draw where she went 1-1 ... Went 1-2 on the singles court and paired up with Alexandra Solovyev on the doubles court at the 2014 USTA Collegiate Clay Court Invitational.

HIGH SCHOOL

Four-star recruit as ranked by Tennis Recruiting Network … Posted a 16-13 amateur record with eight wins against four- and five-star recruits … In the Babolat Recruiting Lists, she ranks 16th in Florida, 28th in the Southeast and 78th nationally … Three round of 64 appearances at the National Clay Court tournament … including a quarterfinals showing in 2010 … Quarterfinals of the National Hard Court tournament in 2010 and round of 32 in 2011 … Reached quarterfinals of doubles at the Easter Bowl in 2011 and 2012 … Second place in doubles at the Florida State Doubles Championship … Reached round of 16 in singles and quarterfinals in doubles of professional tournament in Chile in 2014.

PERSONAL

Went on March of Living trip that spreads awareness of Holocaust, allowing teens to visit concentration camps in Poland … Volunteered at an animal shelter and with ARK (a program that allows students to spend time with young adults with Down Syndrome) ... Brother Oren is an All-Ivy League placekicker on Columbia's football team ... Enrolled at Columbia College ... Majors in Political Science.

      SINGLES DOUBLES
Year Overall Dual Tour Ivy Overall Ivy
2014-15 9-9 2-2 7-7 0-0 7-12 0-1
2015-16 2-7 1-6 1-1 1-3 9-10 1-4
2016-17 7-9 7-9 0-0 2-4 9-6 5-2
Career 18-25 10-17 8-8 3-7 25-28 6-7
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