Emily Monaghan
Emily Monaghan
Height: 5-8
Year: Sr
Hometown: Gainesville, FL
High School: Eastside HS (Navy)

*previously Emily Louie-Meadors

2018-19 (Junior)

Became the first Mustang since 2014 to earn First-Team All-Conference honors in both singles and doubles ... The top singles player in 2019 for the Mustangs, she finished a team-best 9-5 in dual matches and finished the season winning five of her last seven matches ... went 6-3 at No. 1 doubles with Emily Ackerman, including a 4-1 record in Big West matches, on the way to earning All-Conference honors

Navy (2016-2018)

Led Navy in combined singles and doubles wins with 42 her freshman season, going 21-11 in singles and 21-10 in doubles ... led Navy in doubles wins (21) while playing primarily at the No. 1 doubles position ... her 21 doubles wins were tied for the second most in a single season in program history ... won two doubles matches at the ITA Atlantic Regional to advance to the Round of 16 and won Navy's Most Improved Award as a freshman ... named to the All-Patriot League Second Team and All-Academic Team as a sophomore ... was also named a 2018 ITA Scholar-Athlete ... received the team's MVP award after going 22-9 in singles matches and 23-6 in doubles matches, sharing the team lead for most combined singles and doubles wins.


2016 graduate of Eastside High School where she lettered in tennis ... won a regional individual championship in 2014 ... two-time individual district champion ... helped team to a pair of district team titles ... named the Gainesville Sun Player of the Year in 2014 ... two-time Gainesville Sun All-Area First-Team honoree ... ranked as a four-star recruit by TennisRecruiting.net ... also competed in swimming at Eastside ... member of the National Honor Society ... AP scholar with distinction ... Commended National Merit Scholar ... student government secretary ... French Club vice president ... went on a mission trip to Guatemala.


Daughter of Michael Meadors and Somei Louie ... mother played volleyball at NYU ... named to the Naval Academy's Commandant's List four times and Dean's List twice.