Jasmin Kling
Jasmin  Kling


Heilbronn, Germany

High School:
Robert-Mayer Gymnasium


Mitrea Biggest Winner in DePaul Women's Tennis History

Blue Demon senior's all-time singles mark sits at 115 wins---and counting


BIG EAST Announces 2014-15 All-Academic Team

Nearly 2,200 student-athletes across 22 sports honored for academic success


Women’s Tennis Honored by the ITA

Seven Blue Demons are honored as ITA Scholar Athletes


Fargas Takes Home BIG EAST Player of the Week Honors

Senior Blue Demon named BIG EAST Player of the Week for the third time in her career


BIG EAST Announces 2013-14 All-Academic Team

Over 2,000 student-athletes across 22 sports honored for academic success


Women's Tennis Photo Day -- 2012

Women's Tennis Photo Day -- 2012


2011-12 Women's Tennis

2011-12 Women's Tennis

Career Record - Singles: 43-28 | Doubles: 48-24

Demon Notes: 
Part of the senior class that helped the Blue Demons to two consecutive BIG EAST
championships and its first appearance in the second round of the NCAA Tournament...named to the BIG EAST All-Academic team her junior year and to the BIG EAST All-Conference team her senior year. 

2014-15 (Senior) - Singles: 30-7 | Doubles: 21-7
Finished with her highest number of singles and doubles victories in a season...second on the team for overall singles victories...held the best doubles record of 14-3 with Patricia Fargas...named to the BIG EAST All-Conference team...helped DePaul clinch back-to-back BIG EAST championships after securing match point at the No. 5 singles.

2013-14 (Junior) - Singles: 21-15 | Doubles: 20-10
BIG EAST All-Conference selection after winning 21 matches in singles play and 20 doubles matches ... went 7-0 in dual singles matches played at the No. 2 and 4 positions; compiled a 9-6 mark in the No. 3 slot ... went 16-7 with teammate Kelsey Lawson in doubles play, going 13-5 at No. 2 doubles and 2-1 at No. 1 doubles ...selected to the BIG EAST All-Academic team.

2012-13 (Sophomore) - Singles: 7-4 | Doubles: 12-5
Put together two ranked wins during the fall season before being limited in the dual season with an injury... Still made a difference in doubles during the fall and spring, compiling a 12-5 record and defeating three ranked pairs with partner Patricia Fargas... began the season ranked No. 73 overall in the ITA Singles Rankings and No. 8 in the ITA Midwest Region... was ranked nationally twice during the season, as high as No. 38 overall, with partner Matea Cutura... finished the year ranked No. 9 with Patricia Fargas in the ITA Midwest Rankings.

2011-12 (Freshman) - Singles: 15-9 | Doubles: 16-9
Named BIG EAST Freshman of the Year... ITA Scholar Athlete... ranked No. 103 nationally in singles and as high as No. 64 in doubles... ranked No. 6 in the Midwest singles and No. 9 with Gia McKnight in the doubles rankings... named BIG EAST Player of the Week on Feb. 14... posted a 15-9 singles record and was 11-6 in the No. 1 singles spot... 6-2 against BIG EAST Conference foes... season-best four-match winning streak from April 1-14... during the four match swing, three of her four wins came in straight-sets... went 1-0 at the BIG EAST Championship... recorded a three-set victory over then-ranked No. 40 Joelle Kissel from NC State on Feb. 11... 8-3 against Midwest Regional opponents... two of her three losses were to top 40 players in the NCAA... went 16-9 in doubles including a 13-6 mark in the No. 1 position... joined DePaul's roster in January 2012.

High School: Reached a WTA ranking of No. 1084 in singles and No. 1088 in doubles... ranked as high as No. 4 in Germany in 18 and under and in the top 50 in the women's rankings... participated in Germany's Junior Training for Olympics (JTFO) tournament three times and finished as high as third place... placed third in both singles and doubles at the German 18 and Under Championship... three-time regional champion at the under 18 level... played tennis at Robert-Mayer Gymnasium... played for TC Lauffen under coach Hansi Hochmuth.

Personal: Daughter of Andreas and Gerlinde Kling... majoring in mathematics and computer science.

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