Katarina Su
Katarina Su
Height: 5-6
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Alpharetta, GA
High School: Alpharetta
Major: Business
Parents: Andrew & Flavia

Senior (2016-17):

Su was named an ITA All-American in doubles for the third straight season after advancing to the semifinal round of the NCAA Individual Championships with Bridget Harding. The duo finished the season with a 31-10 overall record and was ranked No.-3 in the final ITA doubles national rankings. In the fall, Su and Harding captured the ITA Division III National Championship and advanced to the Oracle Cup title match, falling to a team from Division II’s Lynn University. In the spring, Su and Harding posted a 17-7 mark at No.-1 doubles, earning First Team All-UAA honors. During Emory’s NCAA tournament run, Su and Harding were 3-2 including a 9-7 win over Williams’ Juli Raventos and Linda Shin in the NCAA title match. Su was equally as dominate in singles play over the course of her senior season, going 26-5 overall. She was 20-2 including an 18-2 playing at fourth singles, earning Second Team All-UAA honors. Su won her last 13 matches of the season, going 20-1 over her final 21 matches, including a perfect 4-0 in NCAA tournament matches. At the end of her career, Su ranked third all-time with 89 career singles victories and fourth with 99 career doubles wins.

Junior (2015-16):

In her junior season, Su recorded a 13-7 singles mark including a 9-4 record in dual matches and was an impressive 26-9 overall record in doubles play, finishing as the 12th best doubles duo in all of Division III with partner Bridget Harding. She garnered ITA All-America distinction for the second straight season in doubles after claiming the ITA Fall South Regional tournament title and reaching the National Small College Division III championship match as well advancing to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Individual Championships double competition in the spring playing with Harding. In the NCAA Tournament, Su was 3-0 in singles including a win at the sixth position in the championship match against Williams and posted a 4-1 mark with Harding in doubles to help Emory to its second national championship in the last three seasons. Entering her senior season, Su ranks among the all-time leaders with 67 doubles victories (17th) and eighth all-time with a .808 winning percentage in singles action (63-15).

Sophomore (2014-15):

After an outstanding rookie campaign, Su was tremendous once again for Emory as a sophomore. Su was the lone Eagle to record 20 victories in both singles and doubles play, finishing at 22-7 in singles and 23-12 in doubles. In the fall, she reached the singles tournament finals of the ITA South Regional and won the doubles tournament at the regional with partner Anna Fuhr. At the ITA Small College National Championships, Su and Fuhr placed sixth in the draw. With her play in doubles during the fall season, Su was named an All-American by the ITA. In the spring season, she was 13-5 in singles, winning her last seven matches including two straight sets victories in no. 4 singles for Emory in the NCAA Quarterfinals (6-4, 6-3) and NCAA Championship match (7-6 (7-2), 6-4). Su added No. 4 singles All-UAA First Team and No. 2 Doubles First Team Honors during the season. She finished the season ranked 17th in the south region.

Freshman (2013-14):

Su lost just one singles match during her freshman season, finishing the year with a 28-1 record, marking the fourth-most singles victories in a singles season by an Eagle and tying for the freshman record.  Her .966 winning percentage in singles play was the second-best in school history, and she ended her year by winning each of her final 26 matches, including a 20-0 record in the spring season and a 12-0 mark as Emory’s sixth singles player.  Her only singles loss during the season came against teammate Madison Gordon in the round of 16 of the ITA Regional Championships.  Su earned all-UAA First Team recognition for her play at both sixth singles and third doubles.  During the season, she was 19-10 in doubles matches, including a 15-5 mark in the spring season, and an 8-2 mark when teamed with Brenna Kelly.

Career Record:

SINGLES TOTAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 Tour Final Nat'l Rank Final Reg. Rank
2013-14 28-1 1-0 1-0 -- 1-0 5-0 12-0 8-1 NR NR
2014-15 22-7 0-1 2-1 5-3 6-0 -- -- 9-2 NR 17th
2015-16 13-7 -- 1-0 4-0 1-0 0-4 3-0 4-3 NR NR
2016-17 26-5 -- -- 2-0 18-2 -- -- 6-3 44th 16th
Total 89-20 1-1 4-1 11-3 26-2 5-4 15-0 27-9  

Tour Final Nat'l Rank Final Reg. Rank
2013-14 19-10 3-0 4-2 8-3 4-5 NR NR
2014-15 23-12 4-5 7-2 3-0 9-5 NR NR
2015-16 26-9 1-4 14-2 2-0 9-2 12th 4th
2016-17 31-10 17-7 -- -- 14-3 3rd 1st
Total 99-41 25-16 25-6 13-3 36-16  


2013-14 All-UAA No. 6 Singles
First Team 
No. 3 Doubles First Team

2014-15 ITA All-America Doubles (Fall)
All-UAA No. 4 Singles First Team
No. 2 Doubles First Team
ITA Small College National Participiant
ITA Fall South Regional Champion Doubles
2015-16 ITA All-America Doubles (Fall & Spring)
NCAA Division III Championships Participant Doubles Quarterfinals
ITA Small College National Participant Doubles 2nd
ITA Fall South Regional Champion Doubles
2016-17 ITA All-American Doubles (Fall & Spring)
NCAA Division III Championships Participant Doubles Semifinals
All-UAA First Team No.1 Doubles
Second Team No.4 Singles
All-UAA Tournament Team No.1 Doubles
No.4 Singles
ITA Atlantic South Regional Most Improved Senior
ITA Oracle Cup National Participant Doubles  Second Place
ITA Oracle Cup Division III National Championship Doubles
ITA Fall South Regional Champion Doubles


Prior to Emory:

Played for the Alpharetta High School tennis team for four years, serving as a team co-captain during her senior campaign... Was the team's Most Valuable Player in 2010 and 2013... Played no. 1 singles for the majority of her high school career... Won the Buckhead Rotary in 2010... Was the Southern Spring Closed Doubles Champion in 2010... Rated as a three-star recruit by TennisRecruiting.net.


Born March 24th... Was a counselor at Emory's Tennis Camps over the summer... Named an AP Scholar in 2012 and 2013, and was on her high school's honor roll all four years.

Why she chose Emory:

"I chose Emory because of its great balance of athletics and academics.  Emory's school size and beautiful campus were perfect for me."