|Residential College:||Jonathan Edwards|
2017-18 Season (Senior): Won five singles matches and six doubles matches over course of the season... two doubles wins at Big Green Invitational... Earned third Special Contribution Award for displaying most positive attitude and hardest work ethic throughout season.
2016-17 Season (Junior): Won nine doubles matches over course of season… Went undefeated in doubles at Big Green Invitational… Elected captain for 2017-18 season.
2015-16 Season (Sophomore): Reached quarterfinals in Doubles Flight A with Caroline Lynch at Cissie Leary Invitational… Earned second straight Special Contribution Award for displaying most positive attitude and hardest work ethic throughout season.
2014-15 Season (Freshman): Earned team’s Special Contribution Award for displaying most positive attitude and hardest work ethic throughout season… Won seven of eight singles and doubles matches she played throughout course of season… Had a memorable collegiate debut in which she saved match point en route to 2-6, 7-6(11), 6-4 victory over her opponent from Pitt.
Before Yale: New Hampshire State Champion in singles senior year … Also reached state doubles final that year … New Hampshire women’s tennis player of the year for all four years of high school … Also team MVP all four years … Went undefeated in the regular season for all four years … Played in the No. 1 singles and doubles positions all four years … Won captain’s award in her junior year ... Captained the team in her final two years … Led her team to two state championship titles in her sophomore and senior years.
Notes: Comes from a Bulldog family … Brother Shebby Swett ’09 played varsity football for Yale … Parents are Richard Swett ’79, a varsity football player and track star at Yale who holds the school’s decathlon record, and Katrina Swett ’74, who was on the fencing team … Organized and hosted a TEDx event during her senior year of high school … Also played basketball in high school … AP Scholar with Honor … Treasurer of her National Honor Society chapter … Enjoys the outdoors and playing the ukulele.
Why Yale? "Ever since I was little and would attend my brother's football games here, I knew this was where I wanted to go, if I could get in. The campus culture is unlike any other I've experienced, with a feeling of excitement and passion that is almost tangible."