Analise Kump
Analise Kump
Height: 5-7
Year: Sr
Hometown: Falmouth, Maine
High School: Falmouth
Major: International Relations

Fr. Jack McCarthy, C.S.C., Leadership Award recipient

2015-16: Division II ADA Academic Achievement Award.

CoSIDA At Large Academic All-District I first team
NE-10 Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Award

NE-10 Academic All-Conference

ITA Scholar-Athlete Award

NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll both semesters

Athletic Director's Honor Roll both semesters

Northeast-10 Championship Most Outstanding Player
NE-10 Tournament All-Championship Team
NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll both semesters
Athletic Director's Honor Roll both semesters

All-Northeast-10 Conference first team (#4 singles)
NE-10 Player of the Week (3/18)
NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Both Semesters)
Athletic Director's Honor Roll (Both semesters)

2012-13: All-Northeast-10 Conference second team (#3 doubles w/ Bailey Paradiso). NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll both semesters. Athletic Director's Honor Roll both semesters. Competed in all 25 dual matches in either singles or doubles . Saw action at No. 2, 3 and 4 singles as well as No. 2 and 3 doubles. Posted a combined 40-10 record in singles and doubles play. Was 15-6 in singles play, which included a 13-3 dual match mark and an 8-0 clip in NE-10 play. Was a combined 25-4 with three different doubles partners, including a 22-2 record in dual matches and an 11-1 clip in NE-10 play. Posted a 15-2 overall record with classmate Bailey Paradiso, with whom she earned All-Conference honors, including a 6-1 record in NE-10 play as they went 14-1 at No. 3 and finished the season with a six match winning streak. Was a double-winner in victories over Franklin Pierce (9/14), Saint Anselm (9/16), Philadelphia (9/21), Post (9/27), Saint Rose (9/30), Le Moyne (10/6), New Haven (10/9), Aquinas (3/3). Cedarville (3/5), American International (3/25), Assumption (3/27), Merrimack (4/13) and #50 Chestnut Hill (4/27). Reached the quarterfinal round of the B-Doubles draw at the USTA/ITA East Regional with Meryl Lawrence. Won four singles matches without dropping a single game, including back to back matches at Post (9/27) and Saint Rose (9/30). Was carried into a third set just four times, winning two of them. Was a combined 29-1 against East Region opponents, posting an 11-0 singles record and an 18-1 doubles mark, including an 11-1 clip with Paradiso. Posted a combined 15-2 record at home, with a 5-1 singles mark and 10-1 doubles record. Was a combined 19-5 during the fall season, including 9-3 in singles play and a 9-1 doubles mark with Lawrence. Went 21-5 during the spring, with a 6-3 singles record and 15-2 mark with Paradiso for doubles.

High School: 2012 graduate of Falmouth High School. Four year letterwinner was a key member of a Clippers team that didn't lose a dual match all four years and captured four Maine State Championships. Team captain as a junior and senior. Maine State Singles runner-up as a sophomore when she competed at No. 1 singles. Competed at No. 2 singles her junior and senior years and was a Maine State Singles Championship semifinalist both years. Played No. 3 singles her freshman year, reaching the Maine State Singles Quarterfinals.

Personal: Born May 18, 1994, in Sayre, Pa. Daughter of Robert and Kimberly Kump of Falmouth, Maine. Has a brother, Derek (22). Majoring in international relations.  Three time Saint Thomas Aquinas Medal winner for having the highest cumulative grade point average on the team. Women's Tennis team's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee representative.