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Gracie Mulville

  • height 5-11
  • class Sophomore
  • Hometown Davidson, N.C.
  • High school Home Schooled
  • height 5-11
  • class Sophomore
  • Hometown Davidson, N.C.
  • High school Home Schooled

Gracie Mulville Bio

  • SEC Academic Honor Roll – 2022
2021-2022 (FRESHMAN)
  • Primarily played in the No. 6 singles spot for South Carolina in dual matches
  • Earned her first dual match win in the home contest against NUNC Greensboro in straight sets
  • Saw her first SEC win with a three-set comeback thriller against then-No. 16 Florida’s Sydney Berlin
  • Picked up a win against Furman’s Ellie Schoppe in her tournament debut at the Debbie Southern Furman Fall Classic
  • Took down her Butler opponent in the Gamecock Shootout in straight sets
  • Went 11-5 in doubles on the season partnering with four different Gamecocks throughout the year
  • Played alongside Ana Cruz in the fall tournament slate to go 4-1
  • Broke into the ITA Doubles Rankings with Megan Davies on May 4 at No. 65
  • Undefeated with Davies posting a 6-0 record playing each match in the No. 3 doubles spot
  • Helped South Carolina to six doubles points including in the home match against Clemson and the SEC Tournament quarterfinals match against then-No. 14 Georgia
  • Was a part of the only doubles pair to win at No. 1 North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament Round of 32
  • Finished the season ranked No. 79 in doubles with Davies
  • Rated as a five-star recruit by
  • Ranked among the top 50 recruits nationally by during her entire junior career
  • Ranked as high as the No. 36 prospect during 2020 and achieved a high of No. 18 in both 2018 and 2019
  • Topped out at No. 22 in the recruiting rankings in 2017 and the following year had the No. 2-rated TennisRPI at one point during the season
  • Ascended as high as No. 4 in the RPI in 2019
  • Ranked among the top 100 players nationally by the USTA for the Girls’ 12s, 14s, 16s and 18s
  • Reached the round of 16 at the USTA National Hard Courts two years in a row
  • Represented Team Southern at Intersectionals, winning gold at the event