|Hometown:||Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic|
|High School:||Carol Morgan School of Santo Domingo|
|Parents:||Vivian & Roberto|
All-UAA selection as a freshman…Went 5-2 in singles and added a 7-4 overall record in doubles…Was named the UAA Athlete of the Week on May 17 after securing both match clinching wins at No. 4 singles against Rhode Island and Williams in the NCAA Regionals…Finished the year by posting a 4-3 record with Lauren Yoon at No. 3 doubles including a 4-1 stretch during the NCAA tournament and an 8-4 win against Wesleyan in the NCAA Championship match.
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|DOUBLES||TOTAL||1||2||3||Tour||Final Nat'l Rank||Final Reg. Rank|
|2020-21||All-University Athletic Association||No. 4 Singles|
Prior to Emory:
Participated in soccer and basketball all four years during her time at Carol Morgan School of Santo Domingo...Named MVP and Best Offensive Player in soccer from 2017-2020...Shark Award Winner 2018-2020...Named Most Improved Player in 2018 and MVP in 2019 in basketball...2020 AP Scholar with Distinction Award recipient...2019 AP International Diploma and AP Scholar with Distinction Award...Earned Principal Honors from 2016-2019...High Honors in 2018 and 2019 and Honors in 2020.
Born on February 21...Daughter of Vivian Torres and Roberto Perez...Brother, David, played tennis at Johns Hopkins from 2014-18.
Why she chose Emory?
"I chose Emory because I knew it was a place full of opportunities and would prepare me extremely well for life after college, be it job searching or further education. I also loved how it’s the perfect, healthy balance between academics and athletics, where we could succeed both athletically and academically while still enjoying our years at college."