Christie D'Achille won the deciding match at the Big East Championships against West Virginia (7-5, 7-5)...finished the year with a 19-10 singles record...D'Achille has the sixth highest percentage in career singles wins .700, ranking 12th overall...posted multiple two-set victories on the year, including Seton Hall (6-0) (6-1), Rutgers (6-2) (6-1), Carnegie Mellon (6-2) (6-2) and Villanova (6-3) 6-3)...played in the team's number five spot all season..teamed with Sabrina Visram as the Panther's doubles No. 2 spot for multiple victories throughout the year.
D'Achille tied the single-season doubles record with 21 wins on the season...finished fourth on the single-season singles win list with a 24-6 mark...ranks fourth on the highest season singles winning percentage with a .800 average...garnered a singles title in the Carnegie Mellon Invitational with three victories and a doubles title with teammate Anna Broverman...won a stingy 8-0 victory over Bucknell with doubles partner Annie Davies...posted another shutout against St. Bonaventure...tallied a win in the loss at Cal-Riverside...posted a tough win over her West Virginia opponent...recorded a 7-0 unbeaten singles streak in the fall with a victory in the Robert Morris match...totaled her third shutout in the spring against her Providence opponent...teamed with Davies for a victory over Division III's 10th ranked CMU duo...posted a come-from-behind win over Villanova.
D'Achille recorded a 6-4, 6-1 win in her final match of the season against Marquette in the Big East Tournament...posted a three-match win streak...won the first two matches of her career...secured one of the two points Pitt earned against Duquesne with a 6-4, 6-2 victory.
D'Achille is a 2005 graduate of North Allegheny High School...won WPIAL doubles...placed as high as second at PIAA State Doubles...named to the top-15 USTA Middle States list.
Born May 22, 1987...Daughter of Adolfo and Carol D'Achille...has two older brothers and a sister, whom are triplets...undeclared major in the school of arts and sciences.