Stephanie Yeager
Stephanie Yeager
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Fairfax, Va.
High School: Robinson Secondary

As a Senior (2019)

  • All-ODAC Second Team Doubles
  • VaSID Second Team Doubles
  • Earned a 14-2 record in doubles play, all with partner Morgan Fuqua
  • The duo earned critical wins against Roanoke, Bridgewater and Lynchburg (ODAC Tournament)
  • Also won 12 singles contests, mostly from her native No. 3 flight
  • Earned singles victories against Roanoke, Virginia Wesleyan, Guilford, Randolph and Bridgewater

As a Junior (2018)

  • Selected to the VaSID All-State Second Team with doubles partner, Olivia Uzer
  • Named to the ODAC First-Team at #2 Doubles
  • Named to the ODAC All-Academic Team
  • Totalled a 10-5 record in doubles matches, including 5-1 with partner Olivia Uzer
  • Tallied wins against Roanoke and Lynchburg in the #2 position in singles matches
  • Had 5 straight wins with partner Olivia Uzer, including wins against Virginia Wesleyan, Roanoke, and Lynchburg

As a Sophomore (2017)

  • Yeager and doubles partner Landon Aud went 15-5 and 8-3 in ODAC play

As a Freshman (2015)

  • Played in three matches for the Yellow Jackets, all of which were victories
  • Played in victories over Sweet Briar and Penn State Abington
  • Also won her doubles match versus Virginia Union 8-0


  • Was a four-year tennis player at Robinson Secondary, where she helped the Rams to 3rd place finishes in the Concorde Conference and regional quarterfinal appearances in 2012-2015
  • A senior team captain, Yeager played number two singles and number one doubles for the Rams and had a winning record all four years in both singles and doubles match play
  • Reached the conference singles quarterfinals her sophomore through senior seasons and was a bronze medalist in doubles during her junior and senior seasons
  • Was an All-Conference Honorable Mention in 2014 for singles and doubles, and she was a Robinson Booster award winner in 2015
  • In USTA play, Yeager reached a ranking of #110 in the 18U Mid-Atlantic region for girls
  • For her accomplishments in the classroom, Yeager was a National Honor Society member from 2013-2015 and was part of the Active Future Business Leaders of America
  • Was also a Business Honor Society member, a Latin Club member and received a National Workplace Readiness Skills certification
  • Received an Academic Excellence Award while at Robinson Secondary
  • Volunteered as a First Serve Virginia teacher, instructing 4-12 year olds on the fundamentals of tennis. 
  • Her father swam at Clemson

Stephanie Yeager