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SEC All-Tournament Team (2017)
ITA Southern Region Singles Champion (2017)
USTA/ITA Southern Region Singles Champion (2016)
ITA All-American (2016)
All-SEC First Team (2016)
As a Senior
Fall 2017: Preseason No. 9 in singles, tied for the highest preseason ranking in school history ... Preseason No. 2 in doubles with partner Taylor Russo, highest doubles ranking in school history ... Competed in both singles and doubles at the Rivera/ITA All-American Championships ... Had a 2-3 mark in doubles
As a Junior
Spring 2017: Advanced to the second round of the NCAA Championships in doubles … Recorded 33 singles wins, which ranks third all-time in single season school history … Her 58 combined wins (33 singles, 25 doubles) are the most in single season in school history … Led the team with 14 wins over ranked opponents including No. 11 Gabriela Talaba (Texas Tech), No. 14 Kennedy Shaffer (Georgia) and No. 17 Arianne Hartono (Ole Miss) … Earned All-SEC First Team honors and was named to the SEC All-Tournament Team … Clinched three matches … 25 doubles wins ranked second on the team … Combined with Taylor Russo for a 22-12 record with eight wins over ranked opponents … Clinched the doubles point with Russo in four events
Fall 2016: Preseason No. 25 in singles … Preseason No. 27 in doubles with partner Taylor Russo … Advanced to the Round of 16 at the USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships … Won the ITA Southern Regional singles bracket (Oct. 17) … Competed in the Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American in main draw singles bracket … Paired with Taylor Russo to advance to the main draw doubles bracket of the ITA Women’s All-American after battling through the qualifying bracket … Finished the fall with a 10-3 singles record, including two wins over ranked opponents … Won the Rice Invitational singles bracket (Sept. 25) Finished the fall with a 7-5 doubles record.
As a Sophomore
Spring 2016: Finished the season 21-6 in singles … Posted a 9-5 record against ranked opponents, including wins over No. 13 Jasmine Lee of Mississippi State (Mar. 24) and No. 13 Frances Altick of Vanderbilt (Apr. 15) … Clinched five matches on the season … Advanced to the NCAA Singles Tournament … Finished the season 26-10 in doubles … Paired with Pleun Burgmans in the No. 1 spot and posted a 14-6 record … The duo finished with an 8-4 record against ranked opponents, including a win against No. 3 Brooke Austin/Kourtney Keegan of Florida in the SEC Tournament … Advanced to the second round the the NCAA Doubles Tournament with a win over Michigan’s No. 11 Brienne Minor/Mira Ruder-Hook.
Fall 2015: Plagued by injuries, Alizee finished the fall season 3-1 … Picked up two wins against ranked opponents in the Miami Fall Invitational
As a Freshman (at Stetson): Posted a perfect 15-0 record in the regular season at the No. 1 spot ... Selected for the NCAA Singles Championships ... Named the Atlantic Sun Women’s Tennis Freshman of the Year and Player of the Year ... Was the only A-Sun player to finish 6-0 in conference at No. 1 singles ... Finished 8-5 in doubles with Ashley Dean competing at No. 1 and No. 2 spots.
High School: 2013 Florida Class 4A Girls State Champion ... Finished 2013 season undefeated and was named Florida High School Player of the Year ... Became just the second Dr. Phillips player to win the state championship, and just the 12th girl from the Central Florida area to achieve the feat in the 75-year history of the tournament ... Ranked as high as 10th in the nation by TennisRecruiting.net ... Defeated two-time defending state champion Joulia Likhanskaia of Winter Park on her way to the state title.
Personal: Daughter of Nicole and Vincet Michaud ... Has two younger siblings, Marine and Oceane ... Trained in France for most of her childhood ... Wants to become a lawyer.