Jackie Carleton
Jackie Carleton

Player Profile

Jenkintown, PA

High School:



Fall 2003 -- Listed at No. 14 in the Fall ITA Singles Rankings ...Posted a 6-3 overall record ...Quarterfinalist at both the Riviera ITA All-American and ITA West Regionals ...Also participated in singles and doubles (w/Lauren Fisher) at the ITA National Indoors ...Teamed with Fisher to reach the finals at the National Indoors, falling to Northwestern's Grier/Rush, 8-6.

2002-03 -- Singles All-American ...Second-team All-Pac-10 selection ...Ended the season ranked No. 23 nationally in singles ...Registered a 24-13 overall singles record, including a 13-7 mark in dual-match play ...Saw most of her action in the Nos. 1 or 2 spots ...Participated in the singles draw at the NCAA Championships ...Went 18-11 overall in doubles play, teaming primarily with Feriel Esseghir ...Singles finalist at the Fall Desert Classic in Palm Springs ...Ranked No. 14 with Sara Walker in the Preseason ITA Doubles Rankings.

High School/Juniors -- One of the top junior tennis players in the nation ...Member of the U.S. National Team Training Program ... Ranked as high as No. 6 in the USTA Girls' 18s ...Ranked No. 1 in the Middle States Section ...Two-time singles finalist at the USTA International Grass Courts in Philadelphia ...Also claimed the doubles championship at the Grass Courts in 2002 ...Doubles champion and singles semifinalist at the Chanda Rubin International Tennis Championships in 2002 ...Easter Bowl Girls' 16s doubles champion in 2000 ...Won the 16s doubles title at the Eddie Herr International Junior Tennis Championships in 1999 ...Represented the U.S. as a member of the 16-Under World Youth Cup Team in Costa Rica ...Ranked as high as No. 2 in the USTA Girls' 16s division ...Three-time Pennsylvania State Singles Champion at Jenkintown High School.

Personal -- Full name is Jacqueline Carleton ...Born January 11, 1984 in Abington, PA ...Parents are Frank and Nyla Carleton ...Has two brothers, Reid and Trip ...Admires former tennis great Steffi Graff.