Women's Tennis

Jaden Acklin
Jaden Acklin
Height: 5-9
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Montgomery, Ala.
Previous School: Loveless Academic Magnet HS

2018-19 Season (Junior) - Acklin competed predominantly at No. 3 doubles and at No. 6 singles during her junior season, winning 13 doubles matches and 12 singles matches...Won both doubles matches to start the season against Mars Hill (Sept. 29) and UVA-Wise (Oct. 21), before blanking Warren Wilson with Dakota Tittle 6-0 on Feb. 9...Her and Tittle won two more matches at Catawba (Feb. 26, 6-4) and at Averett (Mar. 4, 8-3), before she and Pierce picked up a 6-3 win against Mount Holyoke on Mar. 12...She and Pierce would then pick up an 8-6 win over Wheaton College (Ill.) on Mar. 15, before winning back-to-back 6-1 decisions over Converse (Mar. 25) and Belmont Abbey (Mar. 29)...Acklin and Pierce would combine for three other doubles wins in conference over Southern Wesleyan (Apr. 6), North Greenville (Apr. 7) and King (Tenn. (Apr. 10)...Acklin picked up her first singles win of the year at UVA-Wise (Oct. 21), before opening the spring season with a win over Warren Wilson on Feb. 9...Picked up singles wins over Milligan (Feb. 23) and Averett (Mar. 4) before picking up Spring Break wins against the University of Scranton (Mar. 11), Southwestern College (Kan.) (Mar. 12) and Mount Holyoke (Mar. 12)...Acklin won five matches in singles play in conference, with wins over Emmanuel (Ga.) (Mar. 23), Converse (Mar. 25), Southern Wesleyan (Apr. 6), North Greenville (Apr. 7) and King (Tenn.) (Apr. 10)...For her work in the classroom, she was named to both the Academic All-Conference Team and the Conference Carolinas Fall Presidential Honor Roll.  

2017-18 Season (Sophomore) - Acklin improved her records in both singles and doubles action in 2018...The Montgomery, Alabama native went 5-10 in singles play and in doubles action...Played exclusively out of the No. 3 singles position...Picked up conference wins over King and North Greenville in singles and King in doubles play...After her second season as a Bobcat, Acklin was named to the conference's presidential honor roll for the second straight year. 

2016-17 Season (Freshman) - In her first season with Lees-McRae, Acklin posted a 2-14 record in singles and 3-14 in doubles play...In her collegiate debut on Oct. 6 against Averett, Acklin won a singles and doubles contest...Acklin's other singles victory came against Greensboro College, and she also notched a doubles win against Greensboro...The Montgomery, Alabama native also picked up a doubles win against Brevard in February...Acklin was named to the Conference Carolinas Presidential Honor Roll following her freshman season.