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William Woodall

Washington, D.C.
Laurel Springs
High School
William Woodall - Men's Tennis - Virginia Cavaliers

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  • NCAA All-Tournament Team at No. 1 Doubles
  • Named the ACC Doubles Team of the Week with Iñaki Montes after clinching the doubles point at NC State with a 6-3 victory against No. 15 Robin Catry and Staeheli  and winning 6-2 against Wake Forest’s top doubles team (4/11)
  • Finished the year ranked No. 30 in doubles partnering with Iñaki Montes
  • All-ACC Academic Team
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll


  • Partnered with Chris Rodesch to pick up a 6-4 a win against the No. 3 ranked doubles team in Andres Martin and Marcus McDaniel of Georgia Tech during ITA Kickoff Weekend
  • Named the ACC Doubles Team of the Week, partnering with Gianni Ross, after picking up wins against Notre Dame and Louisville (3/15)
  • Went 3-4 in singles and 10-8 in doubles in a season limited by an injury
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll


  • All-ACC Academic Team
  • Earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Doubles Championship, his first time earning a spot at the individual championships
  • Finished the year with a 4-2 record in singles and 13-9 in doubles, including going 7-2 in ACC doubles
  • Doubles team with Carl Söderlund entered the ITA rankings at No. 10 in the first updated list of the spring, jumping to No. 4 in week two
  • Finished the season ranked nationally No. 15 in doubles and No. 1 in the Atlantic Region
  • Named the ACC Doubles Team of the Week alongside Carl Söderlund after defeating the No. 22-ranked duo from Miami, 6-1, and battling to a 7-5 win against Alex Knaff and Sebastian Arcila to clinch a tightly-contested doubles point against Florida State in the first matches at the Virginia Tennis Facility at the Boar’s Head Resort (3/10)
  • Earned his second ACC Doubles Team of the Week honor after clinching the doubles point in the win against No. 1 North Carolina. He and Carl Söderlund took on the No. 5-ranked team, winning their match, and the point, with a 7-2 win in a tiebreaker (3/30)
  • VaSID First Team All-State in doubles
  • ITA Scholar-Athlete
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll


  • Finished the year with a 14-4 record in singles, including a team-best 10-1 mark in dual matches and a perfect 3-0 record in ACC contests
  • Closed the season with six-straight singles victories
  • Advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA Atlantic Regional (10/20)
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll


  • Finished the year with a 17-8 record in doubles
  • Began partnering with Gianni Ross in doubles for the ACC Tournament final match against Wake Forest, winning that match as well as picking up three wins in the NCAA Championship
  • Clinched the doubles point in the NCAA quarterfinals against Wake Forest by winning a tiebreaker, 7-5
  • Won the A-Doubles flight at the Richmond Invitational in the fall while partnering with Ammar Alhaqbani (Oct. 7)
  • Won the A1 Doubles Flight at the Wake Forest Fall Invitational, partnering with Gianni Ross, to close out the fall season (Nov. 11)
  • Finished the fall with an 11-2 record in doubles while going 4-4 in singles


  • No. 17 ranked recruit on
  • Trained at the Junior Tennis Champions Center (JTCC) in College Park, Md.
  • Played in the main draw of doubles at the 2018 Junior Australian Open, Junior French Open and Junior Wimbledon, advancing to the Round of 16 at both the Australian and Wimbledon championships
  • Advanced to the quarterfinals in both singles and doubles at the 2018 Easter Bowl Championships
  • Won back-to-back singles titles at the Copa Universidad Galileo in Guatemala and the La Libertad tournament in El Salvador
  • In November 2016, reached the doubles final of the Yucatan Cup, a top tier international event in Merida, Mexico.
  • Won the 2014 USTA Boys 14s National Singles Championship in San Antonio
  • Ranked as high as No. 84 in the ITF Junior Rankings


  • Son of Marie and Sam Woodall
  • Has two sisters, Victoria and Alix
  • Earned a B.A. in American Studies in May 2022
  • Taking postgrad classes at the Curry School of Education
  • Recipient of the 2021-2022 John H. Mulholland Men’s Tennis Scholarship


Singles Doubles
Year Overall Dual ACC Overall Dual ACC
 2018-19  6-6  2-2  2-1  17-8  6-6  0-2
 2019-20  14-4  10-1  3-0  9-9  6-6  2-1
2020-21 4-2 4-2 2-1 13-9 13-9 7-2
2021-22 3-4 2-1 1-1 10-8 9-6 3-2
2022-23 2-2 2-0 0-0 9-7 9-7 5-4
 Career  29-18  20-6  8-3  58-41  45-34   17-11