Jill Corsato-Owsianka
Jill Corsato-Owsianka
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Düesseldorf, Germany

2018: Closed out her C-N career with a place on the honorable mention All-South Atlantic Conference singles list after compiling a 7-8 record... Became the winningest Eagle this decade in singles play with a 42-27 career record... She played in the top half of the singles lineup all season with a 3-6 record as the top-seeded player... Landed on the All-SAC doubles honorable mentions list with Abby Reis after garnering an 8-8 record in the regular season, mostly as the top-seeded duo... Became the first Eagle in program history to land on both the singles and doubles lists in the same season... Received the SAC AstroTurf Player of the Week plaudit on March 26, making her the first Eagle to do so since Taryn Cappadona in 2010.

2017: Corsato-Owsianka finished her junior campaign with a honorable mention All-South Atlantic Conference accolade after leading the Carson-Newman in singles wins for a second consecutive season...The junior went 10-7 while splitting time between the No. 2 and No. 3 singles positions. Teamed up with Ali Harris to form the Eagles No. 1 doubles team...The duo compiled an overall record of 8-8 in doubles play...

2016: Corsato-Owsianka concluded a sophomore campaign with second team All-South Atlantic Conference accolades after leading Carson-Newman with 17 singles wins… Reeled off 14-stright wins from Feb. 16 to April 8… Nine of the 17 singles victories came in SAC play… Recorded a 15-2 record as the squad’s No. 3 player and a 2-0 record at No. 2 on the year… Finished her sophomore year by winning nine of her last 10 singles contests… Teamed up with seniors Brooke Sanderson and Patricia Guerreiro in doubles play to contribute a combined 14-6 record while competing in the first two-slots of the doubles lineup… 

2014-2015: In her freshman campaign, Corsato-Owsianka picked up eight wins while competeing in the No. 2 spot in the lineup for singles...She also teamed up with Mallory Jackson in the first slot for doubles and accounted for another eight wins...

Personal: Daughter of Luciana Corsato, a professional tennis player... Native of Düsseldorf, Germany... Plans to major in Consumer Service..