Senior (2016-17): Captain … ITA/Cissie Leary Northeast Region Award for Sportsmanship … All-Ivy second team (singles) … ended her senior year with an overall record of 20-9 in singles and 13-13 in doubles … throughout the spring, she went 12-7 in singles and 8-10 in doubles … played every singles match at No. 2 … opened 2017 on a five match winning streak in singles and ended the season on a five-match unbeaten streak … played every doubles match at the No. 3 position with either Lexxi Kiven or Allison McCann … defeated Princeton in doubles.
Junior (2015-16): Ended her junior year with an overall record of 14-8 in singles and 12-8 in doubles … in dual matches, she went 11-7 in singles action and 8-6 in doubles … singles: played at the No. 4 position … picked up four Ivy League wins … had a four-match winning streak at the beginning of the spring … doubles: appeared at the No. 3 position alongside Lexxi Kiven or Julienne Keong … had conference victories over Brown and Harvard.
Sophomore (2014-15): Played mostly at No. 3 and 4 singles as a sophomore … went 13-5 … was undefeated for the first month of the season, securing victories in five matches … ended the year on a three-match winning streak after defeating opponents from Brown, Yale and Harvard … won one doubles match against Cal State with Taylor Ng at No. 1.
Freshman (2013-14): During her first year with the Big Green, she registered three singles victories … won two consecutive singles matches against Brown and Harvard to finish off the season.
Before Dartmouth: Attended Laurel Spring School in Ojai, California ... was selected to play on the US National Team in Bome Bell Championship in Melbourne ... has cometed in Pro Tournaments and currently holds a ranking of 800 in the world ... ranked top 10 in two different USTA divisions ... was a finalist at the XVI Torneo International tournament in Santiago, Chile.
Personal: Jacqueline Crawford is the daughter of Michael and Joan Crawford ... has one brother.