At Delaware: Fourth-year member of the squad • three-year letterwinner • expected to return to a top-six singles and pair for a top-three doubles spot for the Blue Hens • owns a career singles record of 71-21 and doubles mark of 64-22 • ranks No. 3 all-time in UD career singles wins list and No. 4 on doubles win list • needs just four singles wins to tie former teammate Ivana Petrich for most singles wins (75) all-time at Delaware.
2010-11 Season: Continued her record-setting career as a junior • went 24-11 in singles, while combining with Megan Doran to post a 24-6 overall record in doubles • needs just four singles victories to tie and five to surpass all-time singles wins mark (75) set last season by Ivana Petrich • won the Swarthmore Invitational Flight B Doubles Champion with Doran • won both Saint Joseph's University Flight 2 Singles and Flight 1 Doubles titles • named National 5&10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week (Oct. 3) • named CAA Singles Player of the Week (Apr. 13) • combined with Doran to become the winningest doubles pair in Delaware history (43-8).
2009-10 Season: Enjoyed a record-setting season as a sophomore • tallied a 30-5 singles record to break the UD single season mark of Elly Giese (24-2) in 1998-99 • also went 27-6 in doubles play to break that single season standard held by Amanda Campbell and Megan Doran in 2008-09 • paired with Doran to compile a 19-3 record in doubles action which places the duo fifth for most doubles team wins in a season • was the Swarthmore Tournament Flight B doubles and Flight C singles champion.
2008-09 Season: Compiled 17-5 singles record as a freshman • went 6-3 at the No. 3 spot and 11-2 at No. 6 singles • teamed with Ivana Petrich for a 14-9 doubles record.
High School: Ranked among the top five players of every age division in the New England Section • ranked No. 3 in New England in the girls 18 & 14 and under divisions and No. 1 in the girls 12 and under division • ranked in the top 100 of the 12, 14 & 16 age divisions in the USTA rankings • ranked as high as 101nationally in class by the Tennis Recruiting Network • participated in numerous national and international tournaments • reached the quarterfinals in doubles at a girls 16 & 18 National Open and at a girls 16 Supernational • ranked third in class at Smith Academy • graduated with High Honors.
Personal: Samantha Beth Carnall ("car-null") • born Apr. 14, 1990 in Northampton, Mass • daughter of Richard and Pam Carnall • father played lacrosse at UMass • cites her mother as her greatest influence on tennis career • honor student as a business marketing major at Delaware • team representative along with teammate Megan Doran on UD Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC).