Junior (2011-12): In her third season, Leonard earned Dartmouth's Most Valuable Player honor...She achieved First Team All-Ivy in singles in 2012, after making the second team in 2010 and 2011...During the dual-match season, the junior played entirely at first singles. She finished 9-9 at the top spot with a 3-4 mark in Ivy League play...She earned conference victories over Cornell, Princeton and Harvard. She also had victories at then 45th-ranked Boston College, 24th-ranked Arkansas and Akron.
Sophomore (2010-11): After not competing during the fall season, Leonard played in 16 singles matches and two doubles matches ... went 9-7 in singles, playing almost entirely at the number two spot ... had a 4-3 record in the Ivy League, and earned second team All-Ivy honors ... had a three-match winning streak during the Ivy season ... teamed with Decker-Sadowski and Georgiana Smyser in her only two doubles matches and went 1-1.
Freshman (2009-10): Tied for second overall with 17 singles wins and third with 12 dual match wins ... named Intercollegiate Tennis Association Northeast Rookie of the Year and earned second team All-Ivy honors ... helped Dartmouth to its highest national ranking in program history ... played all but one dual match at the second spot ... recorded a 9-2 mark in dual matches away from the Ivy League and 3-3 in conference play ... had a 12-11 record in doubles play, mostly at No. 2 ... won two big singles matches against #63 Brown and #47 Princeton at the ECAC Indoor Championships, which turned into a Big Green victory ... teamed up with Carissa King and Georgiana Smyser in doubles action ... earned seven wins with King and three with Smyser ... all matches with King came at the No. 2 spots ... went 6-3 in singles during the fall ... had wins over #83 nationally Berkeley Brock of NC State and #107 Ragini Acharya of William and Mary at University of Virginia Invitational ... 8-3 in doubles.
Before Dartmouth: Ranked No. 1 in the USTA New England Section and played in several professional tournaments as an amateur ... attended Brien McMahon High School from 2005-08, then transfered to Laurel Springs School in Ojai, Calif. ... placed first at the ITA Summer Circuit at Dartmouth in singles this past summer.
Personal: Sarah Lisbeth Leonard was born April 22, ... daughter of Daniel and Elena Leonard ... has one brother ... was a member of National Honor Society and was ranked in the top 1% in her class at Laurel Springs School and was No. 1 in her class at Brien McMahon ... interested in law or business and would like to participate in Habitat for Humanity ... enjoys film and comedy.
Sarah Leonard ’13 placed first in the women’s singles tournament, at the ITA Summer Circuit match held at Dartmouth College. Read about the tournament in the Daily Dartmouth.