Elizabeth Ullathorne is another member of head coach Todd Petty's original recruiting class that leaves Texas Tech as the winning senior class in the history of the University. She has played nearly every spot in the rotation and is known for her solid doubles player, where she has won over 80 percent of her matches over the last three years.
Having the best season of her four-year career, Ullathorne led Texas Tech to its second-straight Big 12 title ... named Academic All-Big 12 ... teamed with Caroline Starck to win her second straight position title at No. 3 doubles, as the duo went 7-2 in league play ... overall, Ullathorne was gone 23-7 in doubles, including a 19-4 clip in dual matches ... her 19-3 mark at No. 3 doubles tied the school record that she established last season at No. 3 doubles ... recorded her 80th career doubles win against Texas at the Big 12 Championships ... for her career, Ullathorne is 54-11 (83.1 percent) when competing at No. 3 doubles ... in singles, she has a career-high and team high 26-9 record ... she was 18-5 in dual matches and 12-5 at No. 4 singles.
Anchored No. 1 singles, as Texas Tech won its first-ever Big 12 title ... earned Academic All-Big 12 honors ... was just 8-22 in singles, including a 5-18 mark at No. 1 ... teamed with Rashmi Teltumbde to win 86.4 percent of their No. 3 dual matches ... teamed with Teltumbde to win the Big 12 No. 3 double position title ... overall Ullathorne and Teltumbde went 22-3 as a tandem, including a school record 19-3 at No. 3 ... overall she was 24-4 in doubles, which ranks as the fourth best single season performance in program history ... sat out the majority of the fall due to injury.
Named to the All-Big 12 singles team ... earned Academic All-Big 12 honors ... overall record of 16-16 and finished 5-6 in conference as the No. 1 singles player ... was 23-6 in doubles, including a 20-6 clip with Haley Fournier and 8-3 in conference as the No. 3 doubles team ... finished the fall 5-3 in singles ... 3-0 with Nikki Sanders and 2-1 with Haley Fournier in doubles in the fall.
As a freshman won her first singles match as a Lady Raider in the opening tournament of the season, The Racquet Club Invitational in Midland, Texas ... she was 13-15 in singles play for the season at three positions ... she was 1-4 at the No. 2 spot, 4-8 at No. 3 singles, and 5-1 at No. 4 singles ... she was 3-2 in tournament singles and 10-13 in dual matches - including 5-6 in conference play ... went 6-4 over her final 10 matches of the season ... in conference play, she had five straight wins (Nebraska, ISU, Colorado, Missouri, and Kansas) ... she was 10-13 in doubles play for the season ... in dual matches, she was 9-10 for the year including 2-4 at the No. 1 position and 7-6 at the second spot.
PRIOR TO TEXAS TECH:
Graduated from Bury Grammar School in Bury, England in June 2009 ... coaches were Mark Schofield and Suzi Riley ... among the top 550 junior players in the world ... ranked 28th in the women's national rankings in the United Kingdom ... listed 17th in the under-18 national rankings ... champion of the under-18 national junior club-league ... member of Bury's netball, field hockey and swim teams.
Born on June 2, 1990 in Bury, England, United Kingdom ... parents are Bill and Margaret Ullathorne ... has an older brother (Chris) and an older sister (Nicola) ... enjoys listening to music, swimming, shopping, and being with friends ... majoring in geography.