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Nina Geissler Season 2023-24

Rorschach, Switzerland
High School
Liechlensteinisches Gymnasium Vaduz

2020 All-Louisiana Second Team
2019 ITA Southern Regionals Doubles Runner-up

15-14 singles record dating back to the fall … Ten wins in dual matches playing at the No. 2-4 courts … Five singles wins in SEC play, which ranked third on the team … Clinched LSU’s wins against Ole Miss and Kentucky … 14-13 in doubles dating back to the fall, 9-8 record in dual matches … Nine doubles wins in dual matches with four different partners … Earned her fourth varsity letter … Wrapped up her LSU career with a 53-45 record in singles and a 46-46 record in doubles.

Earned eight wins in singles play … Tallied a team-high five singles wins in SEC play playing across the No. 2-4 spots … Clinched LSU’s win versus Kentucky with a straight set win at the No. 2 court … Nine wins in doubles play … Named an ITA Scholar Athlete for her success in the classroom … Earned her third varsity letter.

Tallied a 15-8 overall singles record, good enough for second on the team in wins … 10-4 singles record in the dual season playing primarily at the No. 5 spot … Earned eight wins in doubles play with three different partners … Ranked as high as No. 14 in the ITA Doubles Rankings with partner Eden Richardson … Earned her second varsity letter …

FRESHMAN SEASON (2019-20) – Season was cut short due to COVID-19
Tallied a 14-6 overall record in singles action and a 15-6 in doubles … Won 13 of her 14 singles matches in straight sets … Struck a strong partnership in doubles with Eden Richardson and finished as runner-ups in the 2019 ITA Southern Regionals Doubles Bracket … Finished 13-6 teamed with Richardson and ranked as high as No. 26 before the season was cut short … Earned three ranked wins in doubles action, including a dominant 6-1 display over the No. 18 duo of Georgia Drummy and Christina Rosca at Vanderbilt … Earned a spot on the 2020 All-Louisiana Second Team.

Part of LSU’s 2019 No. 10 recruiting class … Ranked as high as No. 137 in the International Tennis Federation World’s junior rankings … Won the 2019 Switzerland Girls 18s National Championship … Has represented Switzerland internationally in junior levels.

Born January 24, 2001 … Parents are Manfried and Caroline … Has an older brother, Fabio … Majoring in Business.

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