Four-time letterwinner that graduated from the University of Delaware in May 2015 with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting and finance • finished career with a 24-24 singles record while individually going 34-26 in doubles play • was hampered by injuries throughout her career.
Completed campaign by going 8-7 in singles action with a record of 8-3 in doubles • played majority of season in No. 3 singles, where she registered a 5-2 mark • went 5-1 overall between first and second flight doubles with freshman Amanda Studnicki.
Compiled marks of 4-6 (singles) and 8-5 (doubles) while battling injury • compiled a 3-1 record in No. 3 singles • paired with sophomore Danea Jonjic’ for a 3-0 doubles record, all in the third flight • teamed with Abby Martinez to go 5-5 in doubles action.
Posted a 5-4 singles record while going 6-10 in doubles action • delivered a four-game winning streak • went 4-3 in No. 6 singles • teamed up with Nataliya Naumova to go 4-5 in No. 2 doubles • duo ended season with a two-game winning streak • registered an undefeated 1-0 record with senior Amanda Halstrom.
Finished her freshman campaign by helping the Blue Hens to quarterfinal finish in the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament that led to a 11-6 team record, 4-2 in the CAA • ended the season with a 7-7 singles record in addition to a 12-8 doubles record; 5-3 record with Samantha Carnall, 1-2 record with Sophie Sjoberg-Sundsstrom, 5-3 record with Kim Milla and 1-0 record with Amanda Halstrom • was an ITA Regionals Competitor in doubles.
Member of the tennis program at Severna Park (Md.) high school, playing for Kathy Zingler • won the Anne Arundel County singles championships in 2008 as a freshman • Member of the National Honor Society, Principles Honor Roll and Honor Roll. Named the Poetry Outloud class winner.
Christina Nicole Harrington • born August 31, 1993 • daughter of Doug and Julie Harrington • has one younger brother, Andrew • cousin, Jacqueline Palmucci played tennis for conference rival James Madison University while another cousin, Lauren Palmucci, played at Virginia Tech • enjoys hanging out with friends and shopping • has played the piano for 10 years • one pregame superstition is she always chooses to receive, never to serve • always wears the same necklace and likes the grip symbol on her racket facing to the right • chose Delaware for its business school, beautiful campus and good tennis team • began playing tennis at the age of four while playing in tournaments at age nine • lists parents as her biggest influences for always encouraging her to do well • accounting and finance major with a minor in mathematics at the University • interned in New York City at Marwood Group, one of the most respected healthcare-focused financial service firms in the world, and also at Morgan Stanley.