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Clementine Clement
Clementine  Clement


Mountrouge, France

High School:
Lycée Jean de La Fontaine




WTEN | Gaels Solid on Day 3 of Cal Winter Invite

Saint Mary's won four more matches on Sunday to end the spring season's first tournament.


WTEN | Gaels Strong on Day 2 of Cal Winter Invite

Saint Mary's won six total matches during the second day of the three-day invitational.

AS A JUNIOR (2017-18): Did not compete during the fall season.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2016-17): Dominated in doubles play during the season with a 10-5 overall record...went 7-2 while paired with Jacqueline Pelletier...was 9-10 in singles play including 5-4 in conference and mainly played from the No. 3 spot...named WCC All-Academic Honorable Mention following the season...earned a singles victory during the Cal Nike Invitational...posted wins in singles and doubles action against No. 7 Vanderbilt...won her last six matches of the season...reeled off four consecutive doubles victories alongside Pelletier...won both her singles and doubles matches during the WCC Tournament vs. the Gaels No. 1 doubles team, defeated Pacific 6-0 to conclude the regular season.

AS A FRESHMAN (2015-16): Clement was victorious in both her singles and doubles collegiate debuts at the Cal Winter Invitational ... finished the season 4-2 in WCC singles action ... had a big win against No. 40 Washington State with a 6-2, 7-5 win over opponent Aneta Miksovska ... recorded her most decisive win of the year in singles with a 6-1, 6-2 victory over Pacific's Saenz deBuruaga Ruiz ... found chemistry with teammate Emma Critser late in the season and the duo combined to go 5-3 in WCC play as a doubles unit ... Clement and Critser breezed through No. 75 Santa Clara's pair of Chelby Cooke and Madison Clarke with a 6-0 win.

PRIOR TO SAINT MARY'S: Hails from Montrouge, France ... was a five-time departmental champion in France and a six-time participant of the French Championships ... previously ranked among the top six players in France ... reached the quarterfinals of both the singles and doubles competitions in the 17-18 years old age group competitions ... won French field hockey championships four times as a youth player before stopping to focus on tennis.

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