Brittany  Lindl

Brittany Lindl


Panama City, Fla.

High School:
Florida Virtual School



Career Singles Record: 60-55
Career Doubles Record: 34-57


2017 ITA Ohio Valley Regional Most Improved Player (Senior)
2017 All-SEC Second Team
2016 Tennessee Fall Invite Doubles Title
2016 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2015 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2016-17 - SENIOR

Singles Record: 17-19
Doubles Record: 12-16


  • Paired up with Eve Repic to claim the Tennessee Fall Invite Doubles Title after going 4-1 on the weekend
  • Outlasted Anna Sanford, who was ranked 68th, of Ohio State in a 6-2, 7-6 (7) win at the Tennessee Fall Invite
  • Earned a come-from-behind ranked win over Arizona State's 63rd-ranked Kassidy Jump, 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (7), during the Michigan Invitational to wrap up the fall season


  • Posted her most productive season on Rocky Top during her senior campaign, claiming All-SEC Second Team honors, the ITA Ohio Valley Region's Most Improved Senior Award and a bid to the NCAA Singles Championships
  • Captained the Volunteers to their most wins (19) and highest ranking (12th) since 2011 and their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2014
  • Competed at the No. 1 and 2 spots in UT's singles lineups after playing at the No. 4 or 5 spots as a junior
  • Compiled a career-high seven ranked wins in singles with five coming during the spring season, having only one coming into the season
  • Cracked the rankings in singles and doubles for the first time in her career this season, peaking at 42nd and 52nd, respectively
  • Totaled a career-high 12 wins in doubles this season
  • Won seven of her first eight matches in doubles with Eve Repic to begin the spring season
  • Helped the Vols earn a crucial win over Wake Forest with a 7-6 (4), 6-4 victory over 61st-ranked Emma Davis
  • Snagged a Top-5 win over No. 5 Astra Sharma from Vanderbilt, who was forced to retire due to illness, with Lindl holding a 7-6 (2), 2-1 lead when the match ended
  • Beat 58th-ranked Mia Horvit from South Carolina, 6-1, 4-6, 6-4, in UT's 4-3 loss to the Gamecocks
  • Defeated ranked foes in Ole Miss' Arianne Hartono (71) and LSU's Jade Lewis (18) to help the Vols pick up two important wins over SEC opponents
  • Fell to fifth-seeded Blair Shankle of Baylor, 6-2, 6-4, in the opening round of the NCAA Singles Championships

2015-16 - JUNIOR

Singles Record: 19-14
Doubles Record: 10-17


  • Won her first match of the season, defeating Alabama's Natalia Maynetto, 4-6, 6-3, 1-0 (7), at the Furman Fall Classic
  • Rode a four-match winning streak from Oct. 31-Jan. 17, collecting two wins each in the Tennessee Fall Invitational and the Michigan Invitational


  • Began the spring with a career-long six-match winning streak, taking each of the matches in straight sets
  • Helped the Vols upset No. 47 Georgia State with a 6-1 win in doubles over the duo of Kristin Rehse and Niri Rasolomalala and a 6-1, 6-3 win over Chiari Volejnicek
  • Gave UT a 3-2 lead over No. 46 Alabama with a win over Joanna Nena Savva, 7-6 (1), 0-6, 6-2, on Court 4
  • Breezed past Belmont's Ann Lauren Fiepke, 6-0, 6-1, on Court 3 to help lead Tennessee to it's fifth shutout of the season
  • Picked up back-to-back wins in singles against Missouri's Brittany Lashway, 6-3, 7-6 (3), and Arkansas' Makenzie Craft, 6-3, 6-4
  • Defeated Salina Khairudinova from Ole Miss, 7-5, 7-5, in the opening round of the SEC Tournament

2014-15 - SOPHOMORE

Singles Record: 2-8
Doubles Record: 7-4


  • In her first match of the season, Lindl upset No. 63 Beatrice Gumulya of Clemson 4-6, 7-6, 7-5 in the Furman Fall Classic. The win was her first ever against a ranked opponent.
  • In doubles, her and partner Victoria Olivarez advanced to the quarterfinals of both the Ohio Valley Regional Championships and Dick Vitale Clay Court Classic.
  • Won a career best of four consecutive games from Sept. 26-Oct. 18 in doubles with Olivarez.


  • Matched up with Victoria Olivarez in doubles to begin the spring in a match against Blue/Karaky of Murray State, winning 6-1.
  • In her only singles dual match, Lindl retired early due to a leg injury that would force her to sit out the rest of the spring.

2013-14 - FRESHMAN

Singles Record: 22-14
Doubles Record: 5-20


  • Went 3-1 at the Furman Fall Classic beating Majlena Pedersen and Kristina Schleich from Florida State and Annette Donanics of Iowa (Sept. 27-29)
  • Took both matches 8-3 with Tavares during the Furman Fall Classic versus Furman's Murray/Oudin and Vanderbilt's Sellyn/Leavell (Sept. 27)
  • Battled for a victory against Morehead State's Briar Preston 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 (Oct. 19)
  • Beat Stephanie Fox of Kentucky and Christy Sipes of NC State during the Tennessee Fall Classic (Oct. 25-27)


  • Out-matched Belmont's Kendall Warren 6-0, 6-2 at No. 3 singles (Feb. 16)
  • Swept Claire Mulyadi of Chattanooga 6-0, 6-0 en route to the Lady Vols sweep of the Mocs (Feb. 16)
  • Partnered with Ambika Pande for a win against Gazzola/Mulyadi of Chattanooga 8-6 (Feb. 16)
  • Defeated Grainne O'Neill of Ohio State 7-6 (3), 6-3 (Feb. 21) and Paula Gutierrez of Indiana 6-2, 6-1 (Feb. 23) at No. 5 singles
  • Recorded a season-long four match win streak from February 16-February 23
  • Recorded a three match win-streak from March 16-19 with wins from the No. 5, 4 and 3 singles slots
  • Bested Western Kentucky alongside Joanna Henderson at No. 1 doubles (March 19)
  • Earned the first singles win of the day over Kirsten Lewis of Kentucky (March 23) 6-2, 6-0 en route to a comeback victory
  • Evened the score at three-all against LSU (April 4) with a gritty 7-6 (4), 6-2 win helping UT to the comeback victory
  • Came away with a 8-6 victory at No. 3 doubles with Victoria Olivarez at LSU (April 4)
  • Finished the season with a 6-1, 6-3 win over Marcia Tere-Apisah of Georgia State (May 9) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament


  • First commitment of the 2013 recruiting class
  • Ranked as the No. 16 player in the nation, a five-star recruit by, as well as the No. 3 recruit in Florida
  • First Florida native to be a part of the Vols since Samantha Orlin (Miami) who graduated in 2009
  • On the USTA junior circuit recorded a 42-11 record including a 12-2 record against blue chip recruits
  • Took home two UTSA Tournament titles at the Bardmoor Winter sectionals and the Cambier Park G18 Championship
  • USTA National Open Girls 18s singles runner-up
  • Lindl took fifth place at the USTA Girls 16s National Clay Court Championship in 2011, also earning the sportsmanship award at the tournament
  • On the USTA Girls 18s Intersectional team, Lindl was the No. 1 tennis player on Team Florida
  • Looking to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Tennessee


  • Chose Tennessee because she loved the team and coaches, thought she could improve her game the most here and felt that Tennessee was the best fit for her
  • Brittany Morgan Lindl, daughter of Julie and Bruce Lindl, was born May 13, 1995 in Panama City, Fla.
  • Recipient of the Campbell & Joan Wallace Scholarship Endowment


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