Maddie Pothoff
Maddie Pothoff
Height: 5-9
Year: Junior
Hometown: Tucson, Ariz.
High School: Arizona Connections Academy /Alabama
Major: Studying in the Leavey School of Business

AS A JUNIOR IN 2017-18:  Named All-WCC Singles First Team, All-WCC Doubles Honorable Mention and WCC All-Academic Team ... Finished the season with a 16-9 overall singles record to top the team in wins and 16-10 in doubles ... finished the season ranked No. 118 in singles in the Oracle/ITA National Rankings ... recorded a six-match singles win streak (Jan. 26 - March 1) to start the dual match season.  FALL: Entered the season ranked No. 110 in singles in the Oracle/ITA Preseason National Rankings ... won three matches each in doubles and singles, going 3-5 in doubles and 3-3 in singles ... picked up a total of three wins at the Saint Mary's Fall Invite (Oct. 5 - 7). SPRING: Posted a team best 11-5 singles record at the No. 1 spot ... climbed as high as No. 86 in the Oracle/ITA Division I Women's Rankings and beat two nationally ranked players during the season, downing No. 67 Stephanie Schrage of Princeton (Jan. 29) and No. 22 Michaela Gordon of Stanford (March 7) ... had a team-high four singles wins in conference play going 4-4 ... recorded the match-clinchers in the 4-0 win over Southeastern Louisiana (Feb. 21) and in the 4-2 win over Hawaii Pacific (March 27) ... posted an 11-4 doubles record at the No. 1 spot paired with Elvena Gevargiz ... won eight straight doubles matches (Jan.19 - Feb. 24) ... along with Gevargiz, beat LMU's No. 80-ranked duo of Eva Marie Voracek and Vero Miroshnichenko (April 18) ... played three singles (2-1) and doubles (2-1) matches each at the CSUF Spring Invite (Jan.18 - 20) that counted towards non-dual match results.  

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2017-18: Named second team All-West Coast Conference in both singles and doubles ... finished the season with an overall record of 16-9 in singles and 14-10 in doubles ... ranked as high as No. 102 in the ITA singles rankings becoming the first Bronco to be ranked since Katie Le finished No. 40 in 2014 final rankings.  FALL: Posted a 4-3 singles record and a 3-5 doubles record to cap off her first fall season with the Broncos…Partnering with Madison Clarke, the duo were the fifth seed at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships.  SPRING: Posted a team best 12-6 record in singles play going 2-4 on court one and 10-2 on court two ... won ten straight singles matches from Feb. 3 to March 30 to be ranked No. 102 in the ITA singles rankings on April 3 ... remained ranked in the top-125 for four consecutive weeks ... registered a team-high 10 doubles wins including 8-3 on court one and 2-2 on court two ... seven of the doubles wins came while partnered with Madison Clarke.

AS A FRESHMAN (2016-17 AT ALABAMA): Earned a runner-up finish in doubles at the NCAA Tournament ... registered 16 total doubles victories, including 11 wins since the start of the spring season and a 13-3 record overall with Erin Routliffe on court one … her 16 total doubles wins ranks second on the team … has 12 total singles wins, including five wins since the start of the dual match season … her 12 total singles victories ranks fourth on the team … posted a 7-4 record in singles during the 2016 fall season, while going 5-6 in doubles play.

HIGH SCHOOL: Won one Gold Ball, four Silver Balls and three Bronze Balls in the USTA National Doubles competition ... won two USTA National gold medals in singles play and collected five silver medals in doubles play ... named the Southwest Female Junior Player of the Year in 2012 ... was also named the Southern Arizona Female Junior Player of the Year in 2015 ... was labeled a Blue Chip Recruit and ranked as high as No. 9 in the country by ... claimed three ITF Junior tournament championships ... won the Southwest Junior Closed in both singles and doubles play ... played for Team Southwest at the Fed Cup in 2014 and 2015 ... won the Eddie Herr 16's doubles title in 2013 ... trained at two different tennis academies during high school in South Florida and Georgia ... traveled to South America, Central America and the Caribbean for several junior international tennis tournaments ... graduated high school with a 4.0 GPA ... was a member of the National Honor Society ... spent time in the community volunteering for the Steven M. Gootter Foundation, Ben's Bells and Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Tom Pothoff and Denise Pothoff ... has a sister Kelsey Pothoff ... graduated high school from Arizona Connections Academy ... began competing in tennis at the age of 10.


  Singles   Doubles
  Overall     Overall    
2016-17 (at Alabama) 12-13     16-9    
  Overall Dual WCC Overall Dual WCC
2017-18  16-9 12-6  3-4  14-10  10-5  4-3 
2018-19 16-9 11-5 4-4 16-10 11-4 3-4
Total  44-31   7-8  46-29    7-7