Caroline Daxhelet

  • Caroline
  • Daxhelet

  • Class
  • Height
    5' 9
  • LH/RH
  • High School/Other
    Athenee Royal d'Arlon
  • Hometown
    Arlon, Belgium
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Updated: June 2, 2017


Spring: Showed a 9-11 mark in singles play as well as a 9-10 record in doubles action ... Collected a 4-3 doubles mark on court one with classmate Elena Cerezo-Codina to start the season … Also recorded a 5-7 doubles record with teammate Francesca Fusinato at the No. 1 slot and finished the season ranked as the No. 85 doubles tandem in the country by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) ... Upset two top-35 doubles tandems with Fusinato, defeating Clemson's No. 35 Ayan Broomfield and Marie Leduc and Duke's No. 26 Meible Chi and Kaitlyn McCarthy ... Played primarily at the No. 4 singles position … Finished the regular season winning four of her last five singles matches in Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) play ... Captured the deciding match point in a three-set battle on court four over No. 25 N.C. State, helping Tech take down its first ranked opponent of the season at home ... Notched both a singles and doubles victory over No. 12-seed Boston College in the first round of the ACC Tournament ... Also recorded nonconference singles wins against Purdue, West Virginia and Old Dominion.

Fall: Ranked inside the ITA Preseason Top 100 Poll, checking in at No. 96 … Competed in four of the team’s eight fall tournaments, recording eight singles victories and seven doubles wins … Played against several ranked opponents, winning two top-50 singles matchups … Advanced to the round of 16 in the qualifying bracket at the ITA Women’s All-American Championships, collecting wins over Northwestern’s No. 30 Maddie Lipp and Clemson’s No. 46 Ayan Broomfield in the first and second round, respectively … Participated in singles action at the ITA Atlantic Regionals, advancing to the second round of competition … Competed at the Dick Vitale Intercollegiate Clay Court Classic, picking up singles wins over Clemson and Florida to advance to the quarterfinals … Also tallied three singles wins at the UVA Fall Invitational, placing fifth overall in the Blue Singles Flight … Teamed up with Cerezo-Codina in doubles play at the ITA Women’s All-American Championships and became the first Hokie duo in program history to qualify for the main doubles draw … The doubles tandem recorded three straight victories and was one-of-four teams in a 32-team field that advanced to the main event … Tallied a 2-1 doubles record at the Dick Vitale Intercollegiate Clay Court Classic with Cerezo-Codina, falling to Florida’s No. 37 Spencer Liang and Danilina in the semifinals … Also moved on to the round of 16 in doubles play with Fusinato at the ITA Atlantic Regionals, defeating Maryland in round one.


Spring: Was named an ITA Scholar Athlete … Also was listed to the ACC Academic Honor Roll … Recorded a 17-5 singles mark in dual-match play … Played primarily on court three, collecting a 13-4 singles record … Won a team-high 11 consecutive singles matches, defeating Miami’s No. 81 Wendy Zhang in the process … Helped upset No. 6 Duke with a singles victory on court three … Recorded back-to-back singles wins against No. 43 N.C. State and No. 16 Georgia Tech at the No. 3 position … Recorded 11 doubles victories on the season, playing primarily at the No. 2 slot.

Fall: Advanced to the singles final at the USTA/ITA Division I Women’s Atlantic Regional Championship, falling to No. 13 Virginia’s Julia Elbaba in straight sets … Picked up two singles victories over Florida Gulf Coast and Louisiana Tech at the USTA Collegiate Clay Court Invitational … Advanced to the round of 16 in doubles play with Cerezo-Codina at the USTA/ITA Division I Women’s Atlantic Regional Championship … Competed in singles and doubles action at the Hokie Invitational and the Wolfpack Invitational.


Spring: Joined the Hokie roster in January, boasting a 12-8 mark in dual-match play ... Helped the Hokies to their first win over a ranked opponent in the spring with a three-set victory against No. 35 Princeton ... Earned her first win over a ranked opponent, defeating Clemson’s No. 75 Jessy Rompies in a three-set match on court four ... Helped Tech take down No. 63 Florida State with a straight-set win on court three ... Settled into the No. 4 spot to round out the regular season ... Clinched a win over No. 8-seed Boston College at the No. 4 position, helping the Hokies advance to the quarterfinals of the ACC Championships for the first time in program history … Competed on court four in the first and second rounds of the NCAA Tournament with the Hokies … Recorded an 8-10 doubles mark on the season.

Before Tech: Ranked among the top junior players in her division and was listed as the No. 38 player in the 2015 Women’s Open Belgium Division ... Defeated players ranked at No. 744 and No. 749 to reach the semifinals in the 2014 Egypt Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Tournament ... In 2014, she achieved a WTA singles ranking of No. 1059 as well as an International Tennis Federation (ITF) juniors ranking of No. 505.

Personal: Daughter of Guy Daxhelet and Michele Piette-Daxhelet … Birthday is October 30 … One of two children … Majoring in human nutrition, food and exercise.