Pictures of the team's travels and honors throughout the 2013 season
Career Records: 25-31 singles, 28-39 doubles
2012-13 Season (Junior): Compiled a 4-6 singles record and a 9-11 doubles record ...won her first doubles match of the season 8-4 against Miami (Ohio) with partner Ashleigh Witte (1/27) ... picked up her first singles victory of the season against Bowling Green State's Katie Grubb 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 in the fifth slot (2/10) ... won two doubles matches with Ashleigh Witte, an 8-1 decision over Connecticut (2/15) and a 9-7 win over Rutgers (2/17) ... topped Dayton's Erin Filbrandt 6-3, 6-4 on court No. 6 (2/24) ... picked up her third consecutive singles victory with a 6-4, 6-3 win on court No. 6 over Liz Steingass of Wright State (4/3) ... teamed with Ashleigh Witte for four straight doubles wins over Florida Atlantic (3/21), Northern Kentucky (3/26), Xavier (3/28) and Wright State (4/3) ... picked up two BIG EAST Championship doubles victories over Villanova (4/19) and St. John's (4/20) with Witte.
2011-12 Season (Sophomore): Competed in all 25 singles matches as well as in 22 doubles matches ... earned a 6-18 singles record and a 3-19 doubles record ... came away victorious in doubles, teamed with Carly Wilson, 9-7, and in singles play against Rutgers (4/19), 6-2, 6-1, at the BIG EAST Championship ... tallied consecutive wins in singles play against Wisconsin-Milwaukee (3/21) and against Augustana (SD) (3/20) and also secured a doubles win against Augustana (SD) (3/20) in the team's spring trip to Orlando, Fla. ... registered her first singles win of the season and her first as a Bearcat in a 6-2, 6-3 decision against Wright State (2/15).
2010-2011 Season (Freshman at Stetson): Sierra competed at lines 4 and 5 in singles and had a win lose ratio of 15:7 respectivelyand played line 2 doubles going 12:10.
Prior to College: Has held top 150 or higher national rankings in three different age groups, top 10 sectional rankings in all of them and represented Texas on three national zone teams and the 2009 intersectional team...district champion at Lake Travis High School before transferring to The Khabele School...won a TAPPS Class 2A state singles championship and played volleyball for her new school as well...has been a top-five ranked junior player in the Lone Star State for the last five years. Earned two Capital Area Tennis Association Community Service MVP Awards for her efforts with the Set2Serve Foundation, which teaches tennis and life skills to disadvantaged youth...volunteers for loveisrespect.org, the national teen help line subsidiary of the National Domestic Violence Hotline.
Personal: Daughter of Tim and Lisa Sullivan...has one younger brother, Grayson.
Getting to know Sierra
What is your most treasured possession?: The graduation necklace my parents gave me. I never go anywhere without it
Who are your heroes?: My mom and dad - they are the hardest working, most courageous people I have ever met
Where is your favorite place in Cincinnati?: Mt. Adams - I love to site on the edge of the mountain and look at the skyline at sunset. It's beautiful
What is your most memorable tennis match?: When we played Memphis - I played fearless and I felt so free on the tennis court. It was one of the most amazing experiences I have ever had and I will never forget it
What is your favorite color?: Turquoise
What is your favorites food?: Any kind of Thai food, just not spicy