Paris Corley Season 2023-24
2021 ITA Singles All-American
2021 LSWA Player of the Year
2021 All-Louisiana First Team
2021 All-SEC Second Team
2020 ITA Southern Regional’s Most Improved Senior
2019 ITA Southern Regional Singles Runner-up
2019 Louisiana Newcomer of the Year
2019 First Team All-Louisiana
FIFTH YEAR (2020-21)
Led the Tigers with a very strong 22-5 overall record in singles play … Led the team in singles wins with 22 and doubles wins with 20 … Finished the fall portion of the season with an 8-1 singles record and the spring regular season with an 11-3 record playing primarily at the No. 3 spot … Earned an at-large berth in the 2021 NCAA Singles Tournament … Won her first round match against Xavier’s Ahmeir Kyle with a come from behind win in three sets … Reached the Round of 16 with an upset in the second round over No. 14 Alexa Noel of Iowa, who was previously unbeaten at 24-0 and the Big Ten Player of the year … Made history by becoming the fourth Tiger to advance to the NCAA Singles Quarterfinals with a straight set win over Auburn’s Selin Ovunc … Became the 13th All-American in program history when she was named to the 2021 ITA Singles All-American team … Named to the 2021 All-SEC Second Team … Finishes her three year career at LSU with 61 singles wins and 56 doubles wins …
SENIOR SEASON (2019-20) – Season was cut short due to COVID-19
Led the team in singles wins with 17 overall and a strong 11-4 record in fall tournaments … Finished a perfect 3-0 against ranked opponents, including straight set wins over No. 13 Marta Gonzalez of Georgia (6-2, 6-4) and No. 21 Oleksandra Korashvil of Oklahoma (7-6(0), 6-2) … Finished runner-up in the 2019 ITA Southern Regionals Singles Bracket, losing to teammate Taylor Bridges in the finals … Won ten doubles matches paired with four different partners … Ranked as high as No. 105 in the Oracle ITA Singles Rankings … Named the 2020 ITA Southern Regional’s Most Improved Senior.
JUNIOR SEASON (2018-19)
Finished the season with a 22-9 record, tied for a team high in wins … Began the dual season playing at the No. 5 singles before moving up and playing the second half of the season at the No. 4 … Earned the highest singles victory of her career when she defeated the No. 32-ranked Amanda Meyer of Vanderbilt … Tallied a team-high 26 wins in doubles play pairing with three different partners in the season … Ranked as high as No. 30 in the ITA/Oracle Doubles rankings with partner Taylor Bridges … Success in singles and doubles play saw her earn the Louisiana Sportswriter’s Association’s Newcomer of the Year honor and a spot on the All-Louisiana First Team.
PRIOR TO LSU
Transfer from University of Arizona compiled a 16-8 singles record her freshman season while leading the team in doubles wins on court one … climbed as high as No. 113 in the ITA rankings during her freshman season playing across two through four. … a former five-star recruit … rated as highly as the No. 20 recruit in the country in the 2016 class … ranked as the top recruit in the state of New Mexico by tennisrecruiting.net … holds multiple ITF juniors titles including doubles champion at the 2015 Canadian U18 ITF World Ranking Event, singles champion at the 2015 Monterrey Country ITF Junior Cup and singles champion at the 2016 Copa Universidad Galileo ITF Junior.
Born January 3, 1998 … Parents are Stacey and Patricia … Has one brother, Cassius, who played football at New Mexico State University … Father played at college football BYU … Majoring in mass communications.