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Aug. 15, 2015

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Head coach Mark Guilbeau announced the additions of Meghan Kelley (Falmouth, Maine), Erica Susi (Vero Beach, Fla.) and Victoria Olivarez (Virginia Beach, Va.) to the Virginia women’s tennis program.

Kelley and Susi will be incoming freshmen, while Olivarez will have two years of eligibility at Virginia after transferring from Tennessee.

“We are very excited to announce the additions of Meghan Kelley, Erica Susi and Victoria Olivarez to this year’s incoming class,” Guilbeau said. “Meghan, Erica and Victoria have shown themselves to be extremely organized and professional in all of their steps as students and athletes. The entire UVa women’s tennis program shares in welcoming Meghan, Erica and Victoria, and we all look forward to working together and experiencing an incredible year in 2015-16.”

Kelley is ranked 19th nationally in the latest 2015 rankings. She is ranked No. 3 in the New England region and No. 1 in Maine. The five-star recruit was ranked as high as 15th earlier this summer. Kelley earned two Silver Balls at the 2014 Unites States Tennis Association (USTA) National Clay Court Championships in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. She was a Girls 18 Winter Sectional Super Championship finalist in 2014 and a 2015 Ecuador G1 doubles finalist.

Susi is ranked 57th nationally in the latest 2015 rankings. She is ranked No. 18 in the Southeast region and No. 7 in Florida. Susi joins Meghan Kelley (Falmouth, Maine) and Victoria Olivarez (Virginia Beach, Va.) as the newest Cavaliers.

Olivarez was ranked No. 36 nationally and was the No. 1 recruit in Virginia in 2013. The five-star recruit posted 38 singles wins and 28 doubles victories during her two-year career at Tennessee. Olivarez captured a singles title at the 2014 Tennessee Fall Invite.

“With the additions of Erica, Meghan and Victoria, we know that we have three young ladies that are not only good students and strong tennis players, but also high character individuals who are driven to be the best they can be individually and also for their team,” Guilbeau added.

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