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Hadley Berg

  • height 5-5
  • class Senior
  • Hometown Greenbrae, Calif.
  • High school Tamiscal H.S.
  • height 5-5
  • class Senior
  • Hometown Greenbrae, Calif.
  • High school Tamiscal H.S.

Hadley Berg Bio

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

AWARDS

  • ITA All-America Doubles Team — 2016
  • ITA Carolina Region Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award — 2018
  • ITA Carolina Region Cissie Leary Award for Sportsmanship — 2018
  • All-SEC First Team — 2018
  • ITA Scholar-Athlete — 2015, 2017, 2018
  • CoSIDA Academic All-District 4 First Team — 2018
  • SEC Academic Honor Roll — 2016, 2017, 2018
  • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll — 2015
  • Dean’s List — Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Spring 2017
  • AD’s Honor Roll — Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Spring 2017
  • Team MVP — 2018

IN THE RECORDS BOOK

Season

  • 1st — Highest doubles ranking during a season (7th in 2016 and 2017 with Paige Cline)
  • 1st — Junior dual match singles win percentage (.875 in 2016-17)
  • 2nd — Senior singles win percentage (.781 in 2017-18)
  • T-2nd — Sophomore regular-season SEC singles wins (8 in 2016)
  • T-2nd — Sophomore regular-season SEC doubles wins (7 in 2016)
  • 2nd — Sophomore regular-season SEC combined wins (15 in 2016)
  • 3rd — Dual match singles win percentage (.875 in 2017)
  • 3rd — Final doubles ranking (20th in 2016 with Paige Cline)
  • T-3rd — Junior regular-season SEC singles wins (8 in 2017)
  • T-3rd — Freshman doubles wins (25 in 2014-15)
  • T-3rd — Junior singles wins (29 in 2016-17)
  • T-4th — Regular-season SEC doubles wins (7 in 2016)
  • T-4th — Regular-season SEC combined wins (15 in 2016)
  • T-4th — Sophomore dual match singles win percentage (.750 in 2015-16)
  • T-4th — Junior dual match combined wins (33 in 2016-17)
  • T-4th — Senior regular-season SEC singles wins (7 in 2018)
  • 4th — Senior combined win percentage (.727 in 2017-18)
  • 4th — Senior regular-season SEC combined wins (13 in 2018)
  • T-5th — Regular-season SEC singles wins (8 in 2016 and 2017)
  • T-5th — Sophomore dual match singles wins (18 in 2015-16)
  • T-5th — Senior combined wins (48 in 2017-18)
  • T-6th — Regular-season SEC doubles wins (7 in 2016)
  • T-6th — Sophomore singles win percentage (.758 in 2015-16)
  • T-6th — Sophomore dual match combined wins (30 in 2015-16)
  • 6th — Junior singles win percentage (.784 in 2016-17)
  • 6th — Senior dual match combined win percentage (.711 in 2017-18)
  • T-7th — Freshman dual match doubles wins (13 in 2014-15)
  • T-7th — Senior singles wins (25 in 2017-18)
  • 7th — Senior dual match doubles win percentage (.737 in 2017-18)
  • T-7th — Freshman regular-season SEC doubles wins (5 in 2015)
  • T-8th — Dual match singles wins (21 in 2017)
  • T-8th — Dual match combined wins (33 in 2017)
  • 8th — Sophomore dual match combined win percentage (.682 in 2015-16)
  • T-8th — Junior combined wins (47 in 2016-17)
  • T-8th — Senior regular-season SEC doubles wins (6 in 2018)
  • T-9th — Final doubles ranking (27th in 2017 with Paige Cline)
  • 9th — Freshman combined wins (45 in 2014-15)
  • 9th — Final singles ranking (34th in 2018)
  • 9th — Sophomore combined wins (46 in 2015-16)
  • T-10th — Senior doubles wins (23 in 2017-18)
  • 10th — Senior dual match singles win percentage (.684 in 2017-18)

Career

  • T-2nd — Regular-season SEC combined wins (50)
  • 3rd — Career doubles wins (87)
  • T-3rd — Regular-season SEC doubles wins (22)
  • T-3rd — Dual match combined wins (115)
  • T-3rd — Dual match singles wins (64)
  • 4th — Dual match singles win percentage (.744)
  • 4th — Career combined wins (186)
  • T-4th — Career singles wins (99)
  • T-4th — Regular-season SEC singles wins (28)
  • 7th — Dual match combined win percentage (.665)
  • 8th — Dual match doubles wins (51)
  • 8th — Career singles win percentage (.744)
  • T-8th — Regular-season SEC singles win percentage (.651)
  • 9th — Regular-season SEC combined win percentage (.588)

Note: Career rankings in the records book are as of the conclusion of her playing career in May 2018.

2017-18 (SENIOR)
  • Compiled a 25-7 overall singles record, including 13-6 in dual matches and 7-3 in the SEC; was one of three Gamecocks to claim 20 or more wins
  • Went undefeated at the No. 1 position in duals with a 4-0 record
  • Tallied 10 singles wins against ranked opponents
  • Finished the season with an overall doubles record of 23-11
  • Led the team in doubles wins with Paige Cline at 14-8, going 11-4 duals, 9-2 at the top of the lineup, which was the best of the season, and 6-2 at the No. 1 position in SEC play
  • Ranked as high as No. 30 in singles, seeing time at the Nos. 1, 2 and 3 positions
  • Began the season ranked as the No. 7 doubles team with Cline and climbed as high as No. 33 paired with Rachel Rohrabacher
  • Earned her first-ever win over a Top 25 opponent, defeating No. 16 Arianne Hortono of Ole Miss in straight sets, 6-0, 6-2, to lead her team to a 4-0 road victory (March 3)
  • Alongside Cline, defeated Georgia’s No. 10-ranked duo of Elena Christofi and Morgan Coppoc, 6-2, in the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 (May 17)
  • Invited to compete in the doubles main draw at the Riviera/ITA All-American with Cline as the No. 6-seeded duo
  • Also earned a bid to the NCAA Singles Championship but did not compete due to injury
2016-17 (JUNIOR)
  • Led the team in every major category with 29 singles wins, 18 doubles wins and 12 doubles team wins with Paige Cline
  • Started the spring with an 18-match win streak, the longest dual-match win streak to start a season in program history
  • Tallied a 29-8 overall singles record going 21-3 in spring and 8-2 in the SEC
  • Went undefeated in league play in the No. 5 spot, where she played the majority of her matches, with a 6-0 record
  • Rallied from a 1-4 deficit in the third set to clinch a major SEC win over then No. 19 Tennessee with her 6-4, 1-6, 6-4 win over Johanna Silva (March 17)
  • Went 8-5 in the fall, advancing to the final of the UVA Invitational (Blue Draw) and the semifinals of the Jack Kramer Collegiate Invitational
  • Advanced to the round of 16 in the NCAA Doubles Championship with Cline for the second year in a row
  • Claimed four wins over ranked opponents with teammate Cline, including a win over the nation’s No. 2 pair (April 21)
  • Took home the doubles title with Cline at the UVA Invitational (White Draw) (Sept. 23-25)
  • With Folland, advanced to the round of 16 in the Jack Kramer Invitational (Nov. 3-4)
2015-16 (SOPHOMORE)
  • Along with doubles partner Paige Cline, became the first Gamecock to earn All-America status since 1994 and the fourth and fifth All-Americans overall
  • Finished No. 20 in the doubles rankings with Cline, Carolina’s third-highest final doubles ranking ever, after a 14-8 season that featured seven wins over nationally ranked opponents
  • Ranked as high as No. 89 in singles, playing the majority of the season at the No. 4 position
  • Paired with Cline, won the doubles draw at the SHAPE Magazine Invitational (March 3), qualifying for a wild-card entry into the WTA’s Volvo Car Open (April 5)
  • With Cline, defeated a pair of top-10 foes in the NCAA Doubles Championship on their way to the quarterfinals
  • Won a combined 46 matches between singles and doubles, going 25-8 in singles and 21-13 in doubles
  • Perfect in her first 14 singles results, marking the best start by a Gamecock since 1995
  • Named SEC Player of the Week on March 23 following thrilling wins at Mississippi State (March 18) and Ole Miss (March 20)
  • Led the team with a 6-3 mark in three-set matches
  • Second on the team at 8-5 in SEC play in singles, while managing a 7-4 SEC mark at No. 1 doubles
  • Berg/Cline defeated the nation’s No. 5 tandem from Florida (March 26) 6-1 to help the Gamecocks secure the doubles point against the Gators
  • Defeated No. 51 Anastasia Rentouli of Mississippi State (March 19) for the second ranked singles win of her career and the clinching point in the match
  • Posted an 8-2 fall record after earning wins in seven of her first eight matches on the year
2014-15 (FRESHMAN)
  • Won a combined 45 matches between singles and doubles, going 20-11 in singles and 25-15 individually in doubles
  • Finished the year particularly strong with a three-match winning streak in singles
  • Won both NCAA Tournament singles matches at six singles and her No. 1 doubles match versus Princeton, making her the only undefeated Gamecock in NCAA play
  • A skilled doubles player who spent the majority of her dual-match appearances playing the top position
  • Earned national rankings in doubles with Caroline Dailey and Elixane Lechemia
  • Season-high doubles ranking of 40th occurred with Dailey on April 14 and May 1
  • Posted a 12-7 record overall in dual matches for singles and went 5-5 in SEC play
  • Played all three spots in the lower half of the singles lineup and finished the year as the Gamecocks’ regular No. 6 starter
  • Registered her first career win against a ranked opponent March 6 at Texas A&M with a 6-1, 3-6, 6-3 victory against No. 113 Stefania Hristov
  • Snagged a top-20 doubles victory playing alongside Dailey in beating No. 20 Herring/Perez of Georgia, 8-7(1), on April 12
  • Advanced to the doubles final at the USTA/ITA Carolina Regional Championships in October with Lechemia as her partner
HIGH SCHOOL
  • Labeled a five-star recruit by TennisRecruiting.net
  • Ranked as high as the No. 52 recruit in the nation in 2013 by TennisRecruiting.net and ascended as high as No. 43 during her junior year
  • A top-10 prospect for the state of California
  • Won her first professional tournament on the International Tennis Federation circuit at the $10,000 F.T.A. International in Tinajo, Spain, in February 2014
  • Earned the doubles title playing alongside Madison Westby by defeating Yoshimi Kawasaki and Yumi Nakano of Japan 6-4, 6-2 in the championship match
  • Won numerous awards for sportsmanship during her junior career, including the prestigious USTA National Bill Talbert Sportsmanship Award for 2012
  • Claimed awards for sportsmanship at the 2011 Girls’ 16s NorCal Sectional Championships and the 2012 Maze Cup as well
CAREER SINGLES STATISTICS
Year Overall Tourn. Dual (SEC) #1 (SEC) #2 (SEC) #3 (SEC) #4 (SEC) #5 (SEC) #6 (SEC)
2014-15 20-11 8-4 12-7 (5-5) 3-0 (1-0) 4-5 (2-3) 5-2 (2-2)
2015-16 25-8 7-2 18-6 (8-5) 3-0 (1-0) 11-6 (7-5) 3-0 (0-0) 1-0 (0-0)
2016-17 29-8 8-5 21-3 (8-2) 4-2 (2-2) 13-1 (6-0) 4-0 (0-0)
2017-18 25-7 12-1 13-6 (7-3) 4-0 (2-0) 8-4 (4-2) 1-2 (1-1)
Total 99-34 35-12 64-22 (28-15) 4-0 (2-0) 8-4 (4-2) 4-2 (2-1) 18-8 (10-7) 20-6 (8-3) 10-2 (2-2)
CAREER DOUBLES STATISTICS
Year Overall Tourn. Dual (SEC) #1 (SEC) #2 (SEC) #3 (SEC)
2014-15 25-15 12-5 13-10 (5-7) 9-10 (5-7) 4-0 (0-0)
2015-16 21-13 9-5 12-8 (7-4) 12-8 (7-4)
2016-17 18-18 6-5 12-13 (4-7) 9-12 (2-6) 1-0 (0-0) 2-1 (2-1)
2017-18 23-11 9-6 14-5 (6-2) 9-2 (6-2) 4-3 (0-0) 1-0 (0-0)
Total 87-57 36-21 51-36 (22-20) 39-32 (20-19) 9-3 (0-0) 3-1 (2-1)

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