Justine Huang
Justine Huang
Height: 5'3"
Year: 2019
Hometown: Coto de Caza, Calif.
High School: Tesoro
Major: Economics

Collegiate Career Honors:

  • 2016 NEWMAC All-Conference First Team - No. 3 Singles
  • 2016 NEWMAC All-Conference Second Team - No. 1 Doubles
  • 3x NEWMAC Academic All-Conference (2016, 2018, 2019)
  • 4x NEWMAC Singles Athlete of the Week (9/6/16, 2/26/18, 4/2/18, 2/25/19)
  • 2018 NEWMAC All-Conference Second Team - No. 1 Doubles 
  • 2018 ITA Scholar-Athlete
  • 3x All-Seven Sisters (2015-16, 2017-18, 2018-19)
  • 2019 NEWMAC All-Conference Second Team - No. 2 Doubles

2018-19: As a senior, went 9-8 in singles playing from the No. 1 singles slot, while going 9-7 in doubles rounds, carried a winning record in conference play going 3-2...picked up a doubles win, 8-0, in the NEWMAC Quarterfinals against Springfield on April 27...carried two seperate four match winning streaks from March 25 to April 2 and then again from April 19 to April 27, including a No. 1 singles victory against Tufts in a third set tiebreaker...earned NEWMAC Singles Athlete of the Week (2/25/19)...earned NEWMAC All-Conference Second Team at the No. 2 Doubles position...named NEWMAC Academic All-Conference

2017-2018: As a junior, went 14-4 in singles and 14-4 in doubles...opened the season with a straight set win at No. 1 singles against Mount Holyoke February 24...picked up a victory at No. 1 singles over Brandeis on March 9...had a 9-7 doubles win over Lewis & Clark with partner Selina Peng on March 26...secured a three-set victory at No. 1 singles in Wellesley's 9-0 victory over Wheaton on April 8...had seven consecutive singles wins at the No. 1 position between March 17 and April 8...won nine out of ten doubles matches at the No. 1 position between March 17 and April 14...earned NEWMAC Academic All-Conference...named NEWMAC Singles Athlete of the Week (2/26/18, 4/2/18)...named to the 2018 NEWMAC All-Conference Second Team in the No. 1 Doubles position...earned 2018 ITA Scholar-Athlete Status.

2016-2017: As a sophomore, went 17-3 in singles and 7-9 in doubles...opened her sophomore season with a straight set victory at No.3 singles over Stonehill on September 1...had a win at No. 3 singles against MIT on September 10...earned a point at No. 3 singles in Wellesley's 5-2 NEWMAC Semifinal victory over Babson on October 22...earned a point at No. 1 doubles against MIT in the NEWMAC Champiosnhip match on October 23...opened the season with nine consecutive singles wins...named to the 2016 NEWMAC All-Conference First Team in the No. 3 singles position...named to the 2016 NEWMAC All-Conference Second Team in the No. 1 doubles position.

2015-2016: As a first-year, went 14-5 in singles and 13-7 in doubles...made her collegiate debut with a win at No. 1 doubles and No. 2 singles against Assumption on September 3...earned a point at No. 2 doubles and No. 2 singles in the NEWMAC Semifinal match against Babson on October 24...had a victory at No. 2 singles against Vassar at the Seven Sisters Championship on April 10.

Before Wellesley: Attended Tesoro High School...graduated in 2015...was a varsity tennis player...three-time MVP...South Coast League CIF doubles champion.

Personal: Born in Rochester, Minnesota...has an older sister Amy...chose to attend Wellesley due to the unique womens college environment, beautiful campus, rigorous academics, and tennis opportunities...has a dog named Mimi!