For the second-straight season, Wylie earned all-America honors in the spring for her singles play. She was selected as a participant in the NCAA Individual Championships, advancing to the round of 16 of singles tournament before falling to the draw's top-seeded player. Wylie finished the year with a singles record of 15-9, and her 55 career wins at the end of her junior year rank as the 19th-most in the program's history. Wylie ended the season as the 25th-ranked singles player in Division III, and the ninth-ranked player in the Atlantic South Region. She was named to the all-UAA first team for her performance as Emory's second-singles player, going 2-0 during the conference championships. Wylie added a 13-15 mark in doubles action during the season. In the fall, she advanced to the semifinals of the ITA Regionals singles draw, and advanced to the finals of the doubles draw with Brenna Kelly.
Wylie earned an all-America honor for her singles play in 2011, after being selected to the NCAA Division III Singles Championships and winning her first round match, before falling in the round of 16 to the eventual NCAA Singles Champion, Kristin Lim. Wylie ended the year ranked 12th among Division III players for her singles play, and fourth in the Atlantic South Region. She was 20-10 in singles matches during the season, including 10-6 in the second-singles role, where she played the majority of the time. She was 19-5 in doubles play in 2011, including a 14-1 mark with teammate Zahra Dawson, and 17-2 in second doubles matches. Wylie and Dawson ended the year ranked 24th in Division III and sixth in the Atlantic South Region. She earned all-UAA first team honors for her second doubles play. In the fall, she advanced to the semifinals of singles bracket at the USTA/ITA Fall South Region Championships. Wylie was named the UAA Athlete of the Week on March 21st.
During her inaugural season with the Eagles, Wylie was named the squad's Rookie of the Year after recording a singles record of 20-8, and a doubles mark of 15-8. She finished the campaign as the 24th-ranked singles player in the Atlantic South Region. Wylie also earned all-UAA second team honors for both her third singles and third doubles play at the conference championships. In the fall, Wylie won her first three matches at the Wilson/ ITA Fall South Region Singles Championships, before falling to teammate Zahra Dawson in the semifinal round.
|SINGLES||TOTAL||1||2||3||4||5||6||Tour.||Final Nat'l Rank||Final Reg. Rank|
|DOUBLES||TOTAL||1||2||3||Tourn.||Final Nat'l Rank||Final Reg. Rank|
|2009-10||All-UAA||Third Singles||Second Team|
|Third Doubles||Second Team|
|All-UAA||Second Doubles||First Team|
|All-UAA||Second Singles||First Team|
Prior to Emory:
Played for three seasons on the Centennial High School varsity women's tennis team, serving as the team captain during her senior year... Was ranked as high as ninth in Georgia and 32nd in the South... A Georgia State Closed winner and a Georgia State Open finalist.
Born February 4, 1991.
"I chose Emory because it is a beautiful campus and it is very close to home."