Player Profile

Lauren Haneke-Hopps

Hometown :San Diego, California
Year In School :Senior
Major :Kinesiology
  • 4Years On Team
  • 2011Started Playing Adapted Athletics
  • 3-4 (ITF), 0-0 (USTA)Singles Matches Record
  • ITF #108 (best #48), USTA #5 (best #4)Singles Ranking
  • 2-3 (ITF), 0-0 (USTA)Doubles Matches Record
  • ITF #64 (best #46), USTA #5 (best #4)Doubles Ranking
  • 0 titles (2019-20)Tournament Trophies
  • 19-25 (ITF), 4-5 (USTA)Career Singles Record
  • 16-14 (ITF), 4-3 (USTA)Career Doubles Record
  • 8Career Titles
  • BIO
  • 2018-2019 Season

    Haneke-Hopps started her junior year off strong with a doubles title at the Alabama Open home tournament. She went 4-8 in ITF singles play and 4-3 in doubles for the season. Haneke-Hopps made the President’s List for academics in the Fall and Dean’s List in the Spring.

    Season Highlight: Alabama Open Doubles Champion

    2017-2018 Season

    During her sophomore year, Haneke-Hopps went 5-4 in ITF singles play and 5-4 in doubles during the season. She finished the season with one singles title. Haneke-Hopps reached a singles high ranking of #48 and doubles ranking of #46.

    Season Highlight: Chicago Wheelchair Classic Singles Champion

    2016-2017 Season

    In her first year with the Tide, Haneke-Hopps won her first open match and went on to win and 2 tournament titles! Haneke-Hopps went 7-9 in ITF singles play and 5-4 in doubles on the season. After her inaugural season at Alabama, Haneke-Hopps finished the rankings at #96 and #75 in singles and doubles respectively. 

    Season Highlight: Earned Bronze Medal at 2016 World Team Cup


    Accomplishments in Tennis

    • Bronze Medal at 2016 World Team Cup
    • US Ranked #2 in Juniors

    Accomplishments in Academics

    • President’s List – Fall 2018
    • Dean’s List – Fall 2016, Fall 2017, Spring 2018
    • 4-time Academic Honor Roll – Patrick Henry High School – San Diego, CA

    Meet Lauren

    If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?     Hamburger and Fries

    What’s your favorite holiday and why?     Christmas, I love all the festivities and decorations

    If you had a warning label, what would yours say?    “She laughs a lot”

2018-2019 Season

Haneke-Hopps started her junior year off strong with a doubles title at the Alabama Open home tournament. She went 4-8 in ITF singles play and 4-3 in doubles for the season. Haneke-Hopps made the President’s List for academics in the Fall and Dean’s List in the Spring.

Season Highlight: Alabama Open Doubles Champion

2017-2018 Season

During her sophomore year, Haneke-Hopps went 5-4 in ITF singles play and 5-4 in doubles during the season. She finished the season with one singles title. Haneke-Hopps reached a singles high ranking of #48 and doubles ranking of #46.

Season Highlight: Chicago Wheelchair Classic Singles Champion

2016-2017 Season

In her first year with the Tide, Haneke-Hopps won her first open match and went on to win and 2 tournament titles! Haneke-Hopps went 7-9 in ITF singles play and 5-4 in doubles on the season. After her inaugural season at Alabama, Haneke-Hopps finished the rankings at #96 and #75 in singles and doubles respectively. 

Season Highlight: Earned Bronze Medal at 2016 World Team Cup


Accomplishments in Tennis

  • Bronze Medal at 2016 World Team Cup
  • US Ranked #2 in Juniors

Accomplishments in Academics

  • President’s List – Fall 2018
  • Dean’s List – Fall 2016, Fall 2017, Spring 2018
  • 4-time Academic Honor Roll – Patrick Henry High School – San Diego, CA

Meet Lauren

If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?     Hamburger and Fries

What’s your favorite holiday and why?     Christmas, I love all the festivities and decorations

If you had a warning label, what would yours say?    “She laughs a lot”