|High School:||Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart|
|Parents:||John & Eleanor McManigle|
McManigle followed her National Championship 2008-09 season with another strong campaign, finishing the year will all-America honors as both a singles and doubles player. McManigle ended the season ranked 14th among all-Division III singles players, and second among all doubles teams. She teamed with Zahra Dawson to finish second at the NCAA Division III Doubles Championships, advancing to the finals before falling in three sets to the eventual champions. McManigle finished the season with a team-high 23 doubles victories, and an overall doubles record of 23-13, including a 15-10 mark as the team's first doubles team. In singles play, she ended the campaign with an overall record of 16-13, including a 7-3 mark in tournament play. At the UAA Championships, McManigle earned all-UAA second team honors for her play as Emory's first doubles team, going 2-0 in conference doubles matches. In the fall, McManigle won both the singles and doubles brackets of the Wilson/ ITA Fall South Region Championships for the second-consecutive year. She advanced to the ITA Small College Fall National Championships, where she finished seventh in the singles bracket and sixth in the doubles tournament.
McManigle became the second NCAA Division III Women's Singles Champion in the history of Emory's women's tennis program, defeating Ploy Suthajindawong of the College St. Scholastica 6-2, 6-1 to earn the title. Entering the singles bracket as the fifth-seeded player, she lost just one set en route to the championship. McManigle finished the season as the top-ranked singles player in Division III with a record of 25-10 during the year. The sophomore also earned all-America honors during the fall season, winning both the Wilson/ ITA Atlantic South Regional Singles and Doubles Championships and eventually finishing sixth in singles and seventh in doubles at the ITA Small College Nationals. McManigle was 23-6 in doubles matches during the year, including a 16-3 mark when partner with Zahra Dawson. The duo finished the year as the 19th-ranked doubles team in the nation. McManigle was also named to the all-UAA first team for her play on the Eagles' second-doubles team, and the team's co-Most Valuable Player with Lindsay Reidenbach.
McManigle finished the season as the 38th-ranked singles player in Division III, and earned a spot on the all-University Athletic Association first team for her performance on the Eagles' third-doubles team during the annual conference tournament. She also earned the team's Rookie of the Year honor after her successful freshman campaign. McManigle went 15-10 in singles matches, including a 7-4 mark as Emory's third-singles player. She went 15-12 with four different partners in doubles play, but compiled a mark of 12-5 with Sara Vrabec, as the pairing won eight of their last nine matches.
|2007-08||All-UAA||Third Doubles||First Team|
|2008-09||NCAA Division III Champion||Singles|
|All-UAA||Second Doubles||First Team|
|ITA Fall National Participant||Singles||6th Place|
|ITA Fall Regional Champion||Singles|
|All-UAA||First Doubles||Second Team|
|ITA Fall National Participant||Singles||7th Place|
|ITA Fall Regional Champion||Singles|
Prior to Emory:
Played for two seasons on the Stone Ridge High School tennis team, serving as the team captain during her senior year... Named an all-American in high school... Was the No. 1 singles player both seasons, compiling a record of 27-2... Was coached by Ken Guendel in high school.
Born July 7, 1989
"I chose Emory for the amazing weather, the beautiful campus, and the opportunities presented to the students and the tennis team."