Jessica Fatemi
Jessica Fatemi
Height: 5-5
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Potomac, MD
High School: Walter Johnson
Major: Undecided
Parents: Anthony Fatemi & Rosa Torres

Freshman (2018-19):

2018-19 ITA All-American in doubles…Named to All-University Athletic Association First Team for both No. 4 singles and No. 2 doubles…Recorded a 22-4 overall record in singles as a freshman and went 18-5 in doubles action…Ranked second on the team with her 22 singles triumphs…Captured All-America honors during the fall season after claiming the ITA South Region doubles title with Ysabel Gonzalez-Rico and advancing to the ITA Division III semifinals…Was dominating in singles for the Eagles during the spring slate, going 15-2 including a string of 11 consecutive victories…Her 15 singles wins were the second most on the team during the spring season…Named the UAA Athlete of the Week on two separate occasions on October 1st and April 8th.

Career Record:

SINGLES TOTAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 Tour Final Nat'l Rank Final Reg. Rank
2018-19 22-4 -- -- 1-0 3-0 4-1 7-1 7-2 NR NR
Total 22-4 -- -- 1-0 3-0 4-1 7-1 7-2  
DOUBLES TOTAL 1 2 3   Tour Final Nat'l Rank Final Reg. Rank
2018-19 18-5 -- 9-2 2-0 7-3 NR NR
Total 18-5 -- 9-2 2-0 7-3  


2018-19 ITA All-America Doubles
All-University Athletic Association First Team No. 4 Singles
No. 2 Doubles
ITA South Region Champion Doubles

Prior to Emory:

Played at No. 1 singles for three singles with the Walter Johnson tennis program under coach Mitchell Duque...2016 Maryland Mixed Doubles state champion...2015-2018 Scholar-Athlete...2017 National Hispanic Recognition Program...2018 National AP Scholar...2017-18 Minority Scholar Program...Helped Walter Johnson to 2018 Division I and 2017 Division II titles...Recorded a first singles record of 21-6 during her three seasons.


Born on September 18th...Daughter of Anthony Fatemi and Rosa Torres.

Why she chose Emory?

"I chose Emory because it is an excellent school that has a perfect mix of tennis and academics. The campus is also really beautiful and the people are all friendly and I felt that I belonged here."