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Chelsea Utting
Chelsea  Utting


Peachtree City, GA

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School-Record 296 Penn State Student-Athletes Earn Academic All-Big Ten Honors in 2012-13

Record-Breaking Academic and Athletic Year Continues for Penn State Student-Athletes


No. 43 Women's Tennis Drops Michigan State on Senior Day, 4-3

Concludes regular season winning five of the eight completed matches


No. 43 Women's Tennis Downed by No. 6 Michigan, 5-2

Januskova and Utting knock off nation's No. 3 duo and Nittany Lions win two in singles play


Januskova Named Big Ten Athlete of The Week

Third time receiving this honor, first time this season


No. 43 Women's Tennis Set for Home and Away Set with No. 6 Michigan and Michigan State

Face Wolverines in Ann Arbor on Friday at 3 p.m. and Host Spartans Sunday at 11 a.m.


Spring Sports Media Day

Spring Sports Media Day

2013-14 SEASON -SENIOR:Finishes her Nittany Lions career with the 19th-most singles victories in team history with 40 despite only playing 2-plus seasons in Happy Valley ... Ends her Nittany Lions career as the 15th-winningest doubles player in team history with 44 wins tying her with Carmen Sandor ... Was victorious in her only singles match on the spring knocking off Erin Snook of Navy at No. 1 singles, 6-4, 7-6 (7-3) ... Earned a win in her only completed doubles match on the year, 6-2, against Cleveland State's Victoria Bensimon and Princess Gbadamosi at the top spot ... Saw limited action due to injury

2013 FALL: Finished the fall with a 2-3 singles record in limited action ... Knocked off Shannon Beckett after dropping the first set, 3-6, 6-2, 1-0 during the first round of the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational in Midland, Texas ... Teamed with Jacqueline Zuhse to defeat Jessica Wacnik and Lexi Borr of Boston College 8-6 on the first day of play at the Yale Invite ... Named an alternate for the qualifying rounds of the ITA/Riviera All-American Championships in California

2012-13 SEASON - JUNIOR: Totaled 17 singles victories playing primarily in the number two position during the spring season ... Led the Nittany Lions with 21 doubles wins playing in the No. 1 doubles spot ... Advanced to the NCAA Doubles Championships with partner Petra Januskova becoming only the third Nittany Lions' duo to do so and the first since the 1997-1998 season when Allison Barnet and Pilar Montgomery accomplished the feat ... Named to Academic All-Big Ten team ... Finished regular season on a five-match win streak in doubles play including three against ITA nationally ranked pairs to move up to No. 21 in the ITA Doubles Poll ... Started the season with nine straight victories including a 7-6 (7-5), 7-5 victory over Maria Voscekova who ranked No. 16 in the Atlantic Region ... Defeated Diana Ivanova of Old Dominion 6-2, 6-4 in her first match at the No. 1 spot in singles play ... Knocked off No. 55 Kate Turvy of No. 16 Northwestern 6-2, 6-2 ... Defeated Dominika Zaprazna and Maria Voscekova of Marshall, ranked No. 5 in the region, 8-5 with Petra Januskova ... Defeated No. 34 Ruth Seaborne and Morven McCulloch of No. 69 Iowa 8-2 ... Defeated the No. 9 ranked pair of Linda Abu Mushrefova and Nida Hamilton of No. 16 Northwestern, 8-5 ... Followed victory against Northwestern duo with victory over No. 27 Rachael White and Melissa Kopinski of No. 59 Illinois 8-6 ... Won third straight doubles match over a nationally-ranked duo with victory over No. 3 Emina Bektas and Brooke Bolender of No. 6 Michigan, 9-8 (10-3)

2012 FALL: Entered the fall ranked No. 42 in the ITA preseason doubles poll with Petra Januskova ... Tallied three singles wins in her second fall season as a Nittany Lion ... Was invited to the ITA/Riviera All-American Championships where she played Olivia Janowicz of the defending national champion University of Florida ... Won her first two matches at the ITA Atlantic Regionals ... Earned six doubles victories, three with Petra Januskova, two with Devan McCluskey and one with Jacqueline Zuhse ... Defeated the No. 16 ranked duo of Olivia Smith and Millie Nichols of No. 35 TCU with Januskova at the ITA/Riviera All-American Championships, 8-6 ... Topped Marquette's duo of Erin Gebes and Ana Pimienta 8-5 to take home the back draw crown with Devan McCluskey at the WMU Shootout

2011-12 SEASON - SOPHOMORE: Shined in her first full season in the Blue and White ... Compiled a 15-8 singles record, primarily in the No. 2 position ... Named to the All-Big Ten second team ... Won her only match over a ranked opponent when she defeated No. 120 Alex Bara, 6-4, 6-2, of No. 40 VCU ... Totaled both a five and six-match win streak during the course of the season ... Seven of her singles victories came over opponents from ranked teams ... Earned a 16-7 doubles record ... Teamed with Petra Januskova to defeat No. 40 Stefanie Weinstein and Madeleine Geibert, 8-7, of No. 18 Nebraska ... Bested eight duos from ranked teams ... Earned a No. 84 doubles ranking during the week of April 10 with Januskova ... Went on both a three and four match win streak during the season.

FALL 2011: Earned five singles victories ... Won her first two matches as a Nittany Lion, beating Olivia Heim of Delaware, 6-1, 6-1 and Adel Arshavskaya of Delaware, 6-1, 6-3 ... Went 2-1 at both the Cissie Leary Invitational and WMU Super Challenge ... Tallied five doubles wins with three different partners, including a 2-1 finish at the Cissie Leary Invitational.

2010-11 SEASON - FRESHMAN (at Marquette): Tallied a 35-14 combined singles and doubles record in her first collegiate season ... Went 17-6 in singles play ... Posted a seven match win streak from April 3rd to April 15th ... Defeated two opponents from ITA ranked teams, No. 71 Minnesota's Doran Muravnik, 4-6, 6-4, 7-5, and No. 48 Iowa's Christina Harazin, 7-6 (7-0), 6-0 ... Totaled a 18-8 doubles record, including two victories over pairs on ranked teams.

FALL 2010 (at Marquette): Collected six singles wins, which tied for second-most on the team ... Earned a 4-4 doubles record.

Nittany Lion Career Record

Year Singles Doubles
2011-12 20-14 21-13
2012-13 17-13 21-10
2013-14 3-3 2-2
Career 40-30 44-25


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