at Oklahoma State
vs. New Mexico State
2013-14 (Freshman Season)
After posting a 9-8 singles record in the fall tournament season and 7-5 singles record in the regular season, Olivier finished her first season at UNM with an overall singles record of 16-13. She competed primarily in the No. 6 singles position.
Olivier completed the 2013-14 season with an overall doubles record of 18-11. She competed in the No. 3 doubles position with Dominique Dulski and Susan Baklini.
Olivier was named to the 2014 Academic All-Conference team for her success in the classroom.
Prior to UNM
Olivier is a 2013 graduate of Klein HS in Klein, Texas. She was played under head coach Holly Cannon and her father, Ken Olivier, while playing tennis at Klein. She won the 5A State Championship in doubles in 2013 with her partner Princess Gbadamosi. Her highest national ranking before coming to UNM was 121 and she had an overall record of 25-23.
She is the daughter of Cherly and Ken Olivier and younger sister to Sheri Olivier. She has a long family history of Division I tennis athletes. Both of her parents Ken and Cheryl Olivier played tennis for UT-Tyler and East Texas State. Her sister, Sheri, played for Texas A&M from 2008-12. She has many relatives that have played college tennis besides her parents and sister including her grandfather Carmack Berryman Sr. (San Diego State University), her uncle Carmack Berryman Jr. (East Texas State University), and her great uncle Alex Gordon (University of California-Los Angeles).
She plans on majoring in business while at UNM. When she’s not playing tennis, Olivier enjoys going to church and hanging out with friends.
Head Coach Erica Jasper on Emily Olivier
“When Emily Olivier puts her mind to something—expect it to happen! After a rough spring last year, Emily worked very hard all summer and fall to go from someone who was out of our line-up to someone we will look to lead us at the top of our line-up. I couldn’t be more proud of Emily. She brings a lot of fun and personality to our team—and we’ll continue to look to her for that!”