JUNIOR (2006-07): Carlie Smith moved into the record books becoming the first-ever junior to earn membership in the 100-Victory Club...tallied her 100th career win in singles play during the Mercyhurst contest...added her name to the single-season singles wins list with 20 wins...moved up on the all-time career doubles list of most career doubles wins with 17 wins...eighth on the all-time career list with 58 victories...posted a .617 winning percentage overall on the season...played in the No. 2 singles and No. 2 doubles title matches in the Carnegie Mellon Invitational...earned a come-back first round victory in the fourth flight of singles at the Eastern Women's Intercollegiate Tennis Championships...battled back from a scoreless first set to win a match in the YSU Invitational and later paired with Kristy Borza for a third-place finish in doubles...blanked three opponents during the spring in doubles when teamed with Sabrina Visram...shutout two spring opponents...finished the season with 101 career wins.
SOPHOMORE (2005-06): Carlie Smith recorded a career-high 38 victories...posted 23 wins in singles action, which ranks third on the single-season all-time list...held a 7-3 record in the fall...registered two five-match win streaks during the season...tallied six shutout victories...recorded the lone point in the West Virginia match-up after battling back from a loss in the first set...advanced to the championship game of Flight C in the Bucknell Invitational and teamed up with Kim Harclerode to earn two tournament doubles titles...Big East Academic All-Star.
FRESHMAN (2005): Went 15-10 in singles play and had a 10-10 record in doubles...named to the ITA All-Academic Team.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2004 graduate of C. Milton Wright High School where she played for Peter Griffiths...member of four consecutive county and regional championship teams...2003 county and regional doubles champion...2004 county and regional singles champion...posted undefeated records at the county level junior and senior years.
PERSONAL: Born January 5, 1986...daughter of William and Corinne Smith...has two sisters, Alison and Hilary...majors in Pharmacy.
"Carlie comes into the season as the youngest player to reach the 100-win milestone. She's a leader in the classroom as well as on the court. Carlie is a team player who is very coachable and mentally strong."
Four Pitt Teams Earn APR Public Recognition Awards from NCAA
Washington Named to All-ACC Third Team
Panthers Fall Short to Notre Dame
Pitt to Face Notre Dame in ACC Tourney
Pitt Drops Regular Season Finale at No. 3 North Carolina
Panthers Travel to No. 3 North Carolina Saturday