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GS Women's Tennis adds transfer Juliette Nask for 2024-25

The junior with a "fiery and competitive attitude" played previously at Michigan State and Iowa State.

Georgia Southern head women's tennis coach Sean McCaffrey has announced the addition of junior transfer Juliette Nask for the upcoming 2024-25 season.

Nask joins the Eagles after spending the 2024 Spring campaign at Iowa State. She played her freshman year at Michigan State in 2023, where she won 14 singles matches, including knocking off No. 60 Karly Friedland of Penn State. She is a native of Mamaroneck, N.Y., where she was a four-star recruit and the nation's No. 57-ranked player out of high school.

"We are very excited to welcome Juliette to campus this fall as she joins our Eagle Tennis family," Coach McCaffrey said. "With such a young team this upcoming year, it will be great to have Juliette and her experiences over the last two years as she looks to help her team work towards a championship.  I've had the opportunity to watch Juliette play several national-level events prior to entering college and I knew then she would be a very strong D1 tennis player ... and we look forward to helping her reach all of her goals. Juliette brings a fiery and competitive attitude to the 'Boro and we could not be more excited to have her arrive this upcoming August!"

Nask joins an incoming class of five freshmen, which was recently ranked as the 15th-best freshman recruiting class in NCAA Division I tennis by the Tennis Recruiting Network.