Sophie Panarese
Sophie  Panarese


Milton, Mass.

High School:
Milton Academy



Hoyas Knock Off DePaul


Women's Tennis Team Honored at Annual Banquet

Head Coach Gordie Ernst hands out top awards to Panarese, Montgomery and Sekely.


Georgetown Closes Season in BIG EAST Championship Consolation Round

Hoyas fall 4-0 to Cincinnati in final match of the season.


Hoyas Defeated in BIG EAST Championship by Pitt

Georgetown moves into the consolation bracket to face the winner of No. 12 Providence and No. 13 Connecticut.


Women's Tennis Lands Seventh Seed at 2013 BIG EAST Championship

Hoyas to take on 10th-seeded Pittsburgh on Thursday, April 18, at 9 a.m.

2014-2015 Went 5-11 in singles play, including a mark of 4-8 in spring play, and 9-5 in doubles play her senior year at Georgetown… spring highlights include victories over Krystal Scott of Norfolk State, 6-4, 6-3, Lucy Williams, 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (10-8), Marisa Quevedo of Seton Hall, 6-2, 4-6, 6-0, and Alexandra Krogius of Villanova, 6-4, 6-3… had a six-match win streak from Jan. 24-March 7 with partner Liselot Koenen that included wins over Campbell, James Madison, George Washington, Towson, Navy and Seton Hall… ended the season on a two-match win streak, also with Koenen, with victories over Samantha Schafer and Kate Pettee of Villanova, 8-0, and Mariami Dolashvili and Shannon Cleary of UMBC, 8-4.

2013-14: In the fall of her junior campaign, Panarese went 2-3 in singles play and 3-3 in doubles matches...Her two singles victories came against George Washington's Brydie O'Connor, 6-2; 6-4, and UMBC's Isabel Aldunate, 3-6; 6-4; 10-3, at the Georgetown Classic...Panarese was paired with Sophia Barnard for all six of her doubles matches...The pair earned three wins: one at the Georgetown Classic against a pair from George Washington, one against a duo from Navy at the Navy Blue & Gold Invitational and one at the ITA Regionals against a pair from Richmond...Posted a singles play record of 8-11 while going 6-11 in doubles during the spring season...Had a two-match win streak during which she took down opponents from Claremont-Mudd-Scripts and UC Riverside...Won three matches in a row with victories over foes from Seton Hall, UConn and UMBC...Recorded the most victories when partnered with Sophia Barnard going 3-3...Spring doubles play was highlighted by a four-match win streak that includes victories over Montana State-Bozeman, Cal State Fullerton, Claremont-Mudd-Scripts and UC Riverside...Final win of the season was an 8-6 triumph over Samatha Shafer and Connor Brewer of Villanova at the BIG EAST Tournament with partner Taylor Perz.

2012-13: Received the team most valuable player award her sophomore season...Named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team...Finished the season with a 19-8 record (12-6 in duel matches)...Had a doubles record of 17-12.

2011-12: Received the Coaches Award her freshman year at Georgetown...Went 20-6 in overall singles play while going 13-2 in the spring while playing out of the sixth position, primarily...For doubles play in her freshman campaign, Panarese compiled a 17-9 record while being paired with Madeline Jaeger for all but two spring matches...Panarese went 6-3 in fall doubles and 11-6 in the spring; ten of her springs wins came with Jaeger.

Before GU: Attended and graduated from the Milton Academy...Served as the team captain of her high school team her junior season...Served a Co-Class President her sophomore, junior and senior years at the Milton Academy.

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