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Mikaela Kristofersson
Mikaela Kristofersson

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Stockholm, Sweden

Last College:
Jensen Gymnasium Vastra

Height:
5-4


Spring 2012: Garnered a 16-7 singles record during the spring while playing from the No. 3 (11-5) and No. 4 (5-2) flights... Completed a stretch of 10 wins over 11 matches.... Won five in a row singles matches to finish the season before falling in the Big South Championship game... With doubles partner Katie Fosnacht went 17-6 and 7-1 in conference play en route to being named the No. 2 doubles flight winner in the Big South.

Fall 2011: Won a pair of singles matches in the College of Charleston Invitational... Went 1-2 in the doubles part of the CofC Invitational...Recorded a 1-1 singles record at the Carolina ITA Regional... Fell 9-8 (4) in the doubles portion of the Carolinas ITA Regional after receiving a first round bye with doubles partner Maria Hesketh... Was 1-1 at the singles portion of the UNC Wilmington Invitational but went 3-0 in the doubles portion with Hesketh.

Spring 2011: Posted a record of 18-5 and was 15-3 at the No. 4 position... Went 17-5 in doubles play with a 15-4 record in the number one position and 2-1 at No. 2... Received Crons Brand Big South Freshman of the Week award four times.

Fall 2010: Posted a 3-0 record in singles at the Davidson Invitational (Oct. 18) ... won a doubles match at the Davidson Invitational playing alongside Maria Hesketh ... Reached the quarterfinals of the qualifying singles bracket at the ITA Regionals (Oct. 21) ... Finished runner-up in the A1 singles flight of the Wilmington Invitational (Oct. 31).

Prior To Coastal Carolina: Was a semifinalist in singles at the Swedish Championships in 2020 ... Three-time winner in doubles at the Swedish Championships ... Was ranked in the top 300 under-18 in the world ... Helped lead her team to the finals two different times at the Swedish Team Championships.

Personal: Full name is Mikaela Susanna Kristofersson ... Daughter of Jan Leff and Lilian Kristofersson ... Majoring in economics.