2015 Camps
Princeton W. Tennis BIO
 Amanda Muliawan

2014-15: Second-team All-Ivy League in singles ... Academic All-Ivy League ... went 16-14 in singles, including 4-6 in the fall, 12-8 in the spring and 6-1 in Ivy play, all on court two ... went 20-11 in doubles, including 9-5 in the fall, 11-6 in the spring and 5-1 in Ivy play, competing on all three courts ... 2013-14: Posted a 9-7 singles record, all in the spring ... played primarily on court two, where she played all five of her Ivy League matches to a 3-2 record ... played on court three in the NCAA tournament, providing a win against Arizona State ... had an 8-7 doubles record, all in the spring and primarily on court two ... 2012-13: Was ranked as high as 52nd in the nation by the ITA in the spring ... went 9-2 in spring singles, but did not play after Mar. 17 due to injury ... in spring doubles, went 8-2, playing on all three courts ... went 2-2 with Lindsay Graff (1-2 at first, 1-0 at second), 2-0 with Monica Chow (both at third), and 4-0 with Katherine Flanigan (3-0 at third, 1-0 at second) ... went 11-4 in fall singles, winning the USTA/ITA Northeast Regional singles title and earning a berth in the national event ... entered the spring ranked No. 52 in the nation by the ITA ... in fall doubles, went 11-3, including 1-1 with Emily Hahn and a 10-2 record with Lindsay Graff that gained Muliawan and Graff a No. 45 national ranking entering the spring ... won the USTA Invitational title with Graff.

Before Princeton: New Jersey state champion in 2009 with a 24-0 record ... two time Bergen County champion in 2008 and 2009 ... posted a 54-2 record at first singles from 2008-10.

Personal: Student at Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.

Year: Freshman
Hometown: Wyckoff, N.J.
High School: Ramapo