Junior (2010-11): Carpeni missed her junior season due to injury.
Sophomore (2009-10): Posted a 4-5 record in the fall in singles ... semi-finalist G flight at Billie Jean King National Tennis Invitational ... 5-4 in doubles finals of D flight at Billie Jean King National Tennis Invitational with freshman Jeri Reichel.
Freshman (2008-09): Recorded seven wins in singles player in both the fall and spring with the Big Green ... went undefeated at the Maryland Fall Invitational ... earned wins against Yale and Wellesley in the spring ... beat players from Temple and Boston University at the Big Green Invite ... started the spring season at No. 3 for doubles with Carissa King ... posted a 1-2 mark in the first three matches with King ... the lone win coming against Wake Forest ... paired with Georgiana Smyser at No. 2 and defeated UMass 8-2 on Feb. 25 ... earned her last win of the season with Julia Zak against Quinnipiac, shutting out the Bobcats, 8-0, on Feb. 27
Before Dartmouth: Attended ACS International School of London in England ... lived in England for seven years, but her family currently lives in New York City ... was the No. 1 singles player for ACS International and went 5-0 in the International Schools Sports Tournament in 2005 ... won the singles championship at the European Championships ... her team was the runner-up in the overall tournament ... ACS International won the European International Schools Division I Sportsmanship Award following her sophomore season.
Personal: Shelly Meigs Meredith Carpeni was born Jan. 9, 1989 ... daughter of Henri and Regina Carpeni ... brother, George, is a senior on the Princeton men’s tennis team ... Carpeni is an accomplished piano player, earning a degree from the Royal Schools of Music .... was an AP Scholar with Distinction in 2007 ... lived abroad in England for seven years.