-
Arianne Hartono

Arianne  Hartono

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Meppel, Netherlands

High School:
Centre for Sports and Education

Height:
5-6

Experience:
4L

06/29/2018

Arianne Hartono Aces Academics and Athletics

Ole Miss Graduate Going Pro after Winning NCAA Championship

06/19/2018

Wrapping up a Historic Season for Women's Tennis

Rebels Close out 2018 with Top 10 Ranking and NCAA Champion

06/18/2018

Hartono Named To ITA Collegiate All-Star Team

Second Player in Program History to Make the Team

06/11/2018

Rebel Duo Earns All-America Honors

Hartono Becomes Program's Third All-American in Singles and Doubles

06/06/2018

Hartono Named Honda Sports Award Winner

Rebel Senior Finalist For Honda Cup

04/03/2016

Women's Tennis vs Vanderbilt on Senior Day

April 2nd, 2016

NCAA SINGLES CHAMPION
HONDA SPORTS AWARD FOR TENNIS
ITA COLLEGIATE ALL-STAR
TWO-TIME ALL-AMERICAN
SEC PLAYER OF THE YEAR
THREE-TIME ALL-SEC 
THREE-TIME ITA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE
SEC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL
CHANCELLOR'S HONOR ROLL

2017-18 (SENIOR)
• Honda Sports Award for Tennis
• First Honda Sports Award Winner in Ole Miss history
• NCAA Singles Champion
• First NCAA Champion in program history
• ITA Collegiate All-Star
• Two-time All-American
• 2018 SEC Player of the Year
• First player in program history to be named SEC Player of the Year
• 2018 SEC Player of the Year
• Three-time All-SEC honoree
• Seeded No. 7 in NCAA Singles and No. 5-8 in NCAA Doubles Championships

Concluded the season ranked No. 2 in singles and No. 7 in doubles
• Second player in program history to finish ranked top 10 in singles and doubles
• Ranks eighth all-time with 97 career wins
• Posted a 37-6 overall record, which ranks second all-time in a single season

22-2 at No. 1 singles, including 11-2 in the SEC
• 23-13 in doubles with Alexa Bortles, 13-7 at No. 1 doubles 
 Helped lead the Rebels to first 20-win season since 1999, most SEC wins (9-4), best regular season SEC finish (5th) since 2012 and current ranking of No. 6
• Went 3-1 in singles and doubles to help the Rebels advance to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen
• Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll
 Chancellor's Honor Roll both semesters
 Graduated with a degree in Psychology

2016-17 (JUNIOR)
• Helped lead the Rebels to their ninth consecutive NCAA appearance
• Ended the year ranked No. 32 in singles and No. 25 in doubles
• Qualified for NCAA Championships in singles and doubles for the second year in a row
• Earned All-SEC First Team honors
• Posted a 20-15 overall singles record, 14-11 at No. 1 singles
• Tallied 10 nationally-ranked wins
• Teamed with Alexa Bortles for a 7-7 doubles record, including four nationally-ranked wins
• ITA Scholar-Athlete
• Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll
• Made the Chancellor's Honor Roll both semesters with a perfect 4.00 GPA for the year 

2015-16 (SOPHOMORE)
• Became the 12th All-American in program history
• Advanced to the round of 16 at the NCAA Singles Championship
• Participated in the NCAA Doubles Championship
• Ended the year ranked No. 26 in the nation in singles and No. 32 in doubles
• Helped lead the Rebels to their eighth straight NCAA appearance
• Earned All-SEC second team honors
• Finished with a team-leading 22-14 overall record, 13-7 at No. 1 singles
• Teamed with Mai El Kamash for a 10-8 record at No. 1 doubles
• Posted 10 nationally-ranked wins in singles
• Posted a big win in doubles and singles in helping lead the Rebels to a 4-3 win against National Champion Stanford
• ITA Scholar-Athlete
• One of just nine players in Division I to earn ITA All-America and Scholar-Athlete honors
• Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll
• Made the Chancellor's Honor Roll both semesters with a perfect 4.0 grade point average

2014-15 (FRESHMAN)
• Named to the SEC All-Freshman Team
• Finished with an 18-10 overall record, 9-6 at No. 2 singles
• Went 5-3 in the SEC, all at No. 2 singles
• Missed the final five SEC matches due to injury
• Ended the year ranked No. 79 in singles
• All five of her SEC wins came in straight sets
• Beat 77th-ranked Danielle Spielmann without dropping a game
• Won the Country Club of Little Rock Invitational in the fall, defeating the No. 68 ranked player in the ITA singles rankings
• Won the doubles title at the CCLR Invitational with Mai El Kamash, defeating No. 2 seed from the University of Houston and 59th ranked and top seeded duo of Arkansas 8-6 in the final
• Defeated three nationally-ranked players
• Advanced to the quarterfinals at the USTA/ITA Southern Regional
• ITA Scholar-Athlete
• Named to the SEC First-Year Player Honor Roll
• Made the Chancellor's Honor Roll in the fall and the Dean's Honor Roll in the spring

PRIOR TO OLE MISS
• Achieved a career-high ITF Junior World Ranking of No. 214 and No. 30 in the Dutch Senior Rankings
• Runner-up at the 2013 Dutch Under-18 National Championships
• 2014 National Under-18 Indoor Champion
• Has played numerous ITF junior tournaments all across the world

PERSONAL
• Daughter of Lieke and Okki Hartono
• Born April 21, 1996
• Majoring in Psychology
• Enjoys shopping, cooking, baking, watching movies and listening to music
• Athlete most admired is Li Na, and her favorite tennis player is Roger Federer
• Her uncle (Deddy Tedjamukti) and aunt (Lukky Tedjamukti) from Indonesia, played professional tennis and her cousin (Nadia Ravita) played for the University of Kentucky women's tennis team

CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR OVERALL SINGLES DUAL SINGLES OVERALL DOUBLES DUAL DOUBLES
2017-18 37-6 22-2 23-13 13-7
2016-17 20-15 14-11 15-14 14-12
2015-16 22-14 13-7 14-13 10-8
2014-15 18-10 9-6 14-9 7-5
TOTALS 97-45 58-26 66-49 44-32

OFFICIAL STORE

GET SOCIAL

Twitter

  • Loading Tweets...
    1 second ago

Instagram

Facebook