Fall 2009: Went 4-6 in the fall ... co-champion with senior co-captain Jesse Adler at The Big Green Invite ... 11-4 in doubles with junior Molly Scott ... semi-finalist of ITA Regional ... champion of Big Green Invite ... beat teams from Nebraska and Georgia.
Junior (2008-09): Competed at No. 2 singles and teamed with Molly Scott as the top doubles team for Dartmouth ... the two earned second team All-Ivy honors ... went 9-16 in singles action and recorded a team-high 15 wins in doubles with Scott ... out of the 15 wins, eight came consecutively with wins over Harvard, Yale and Brown ... the pair also enjoyed a five-game winning streak, which included three Ivy wins and one at #52 Long Beach State ... finished with a 5-2 mark in Ivy competition in doubles ... posted three Ivy singles wins over Harvard, Penn and Columbia.
Sophomore (2007-08): Named Second Team All-Ivy in doubles with partner Jesse Adler ... the pair also earned a No. 6 ITA East Region fall doubles ranking ... advanced to the quarters of the ITA Regional Doubles Championship in October with Jesse ... also played in the singles qualifying draw where she defeated BC’s Alina Sullivan before falling in the round of 16 to Rutgers’ Amy Zhang ... recorded 48 wins in singles and doubles, tying a Dartmouth record for most wins in a season ... went 23-10 in singles, playing mostly No. 3...Ivy League singles wins over Columbia, Cornell, and Penn ... notable wins over the University of Miami’s Caren Seenauth, Ohio State’s Cami Hubbs, Maryland’s Julia Huschke, BC’s Lauren Cash, Central Florida, BU, NC State, and Penn State ... was 25-12 in doubles, and 5-2 in the Ivy League at No. 2 doubles ... Ivy wins over Columbia, Cornell, Brown, Penn, and Harvard ... won the Flight 4 back draw at Wake Forest’s Demon Deacon Classic ... won the Big Green Invitational Flight 1 doubles with Jesse ... reached the final of the 2008 Dartmouth ITA Championship, falling to teammate Molly Scott in the title match.
Freshman (2006-07): Earned No. 15 ITA East Region fall doubles ranking with sister Lindsay, a 2007 Dartmouth graduate ... the pair went 7-1 in doubles including a 3-1 mark at No. 2 doubles in Ivy play ... also teamed up with Megan Zebroski at No. 1 doubles, going 4-8 ... posted a 9-15 singles record (5-11 in dual matches) playing from No. 1 to No. 3 as a rookie ... “B” Flight quarterfinalist at Wake Forest’s Demon Deacon Classic ... reached the second round of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center College Tennis Invitational, beating Princeton’s top player, Darcy Robertson, before falling to No. 2 seed Laura Peterzan of Harvard ... beat Penn State’s Katelyn Bevard and BU’s Cori Lefkowith to qualify for the ITA Eastern Regionals ... downed Old Dominion University’s top player, Fernonda Luiz, in the first round, before falling to No. 12 seed Milena Kachar of Columbia 7-5, 7-5 ... doubles champion with sister Lindsay at Big Green Invitational.
Before Dartmouth: Ranked as high as No. 104 in USTA girls’ 18s national rankings ... ranked No. 10 in Midwest section ... named all-state all four years at Park Tudor School ... captain and team MVP as a senior ... winner of the 2004 Midwest Open sportsmanship award, 2004 Midwest Indoor sportsmanship award, and 2003 Zonals Midwest sportsmanship award ... paired with sister and Big Green teammate, Lindsay, to win summer 2005 ITA doubles tournament at Indiana University ... high school team won the 2005 and 2006 Indiana state title ... also won the IHSAA Mental Attitude Award in 2006 ... played No. 1 and No. 2 singles all four years; No. 1 her senior year ... also played soccer and was the team MVP as a sophomore.
Personal: Mary Elizabeth Winingham was born June 26, 1987 ... daughter of Bill and Maureen Winingham ... older sister, Lindsay, played tennis for the Big Green and is a member of the Class of 2007 ... younger brother, Kent, is on the Bowdoin College tennis team ... younger sister, Kate, joined Kent at Bowdoin this year and is playing tennis as well.
Why Dartmouth? I chose Dartmouth because the overall spirit of the students is like nowhere else. Everyone at Dartmouth is so passionate in what he or she does and loves the school. That, combined with the great academics, creates an amazing atmosphere that drew me to the school.