Nastashia DeNunzio
Nastashia DeNunzio
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Dunmore, Pa.
High School: Dunmore
Major: Biology
  • 2019 Landmark Conference Player of the Year
  • Three-year letter-winner who has earned All-Landmark Conference honors in both singles and doubles during her first three seasons with the Royals
  • Sports a 32-23 record in singles play and a 36-22 mark in doubles competition for her career
  • Ranks eighth in Scranton history in career doubles wins and 10th in winning percentage (.620) 

Junior Season (2018-19)

  • Match-by-Match Statistics
  • Named Landmark Conference Player of the Year
  • Posted a 12-7 mark in singles matches and a 10-8 record in doubles matches
  • Went 9-6 at #1 singles in dual matches including a 6-1 mark in Landmark Conference play
  • Won seven of final nine singles matches and recorded a straight set victory in Landmark Conference semifinals on May 1 versus Elizabethtown
  • Recorded a 7-5 mark in #1 doubles with Marissa Campo
  • The duo won seven of final nine doubles matches
  • Won #1 singles title at King's College Fall Invitational

Sophomore Season (2017-18)

  • Match-by-Match Statistics
  • Earned All-Landmark Conference First Team honors in both singles and doubles
  • Posted a 12-8 record in singles matches including a perfect 7-0 mark in Landmark Conference action
  • Tied for the 21st most wins in a single season in program history
  • Went 11-5 at #2 singles and 1-1 at #1 singles
  • Won eight of her final nine singles matches during the regular season
  • Recorded a 17-7 mark in doubles competition with a 6-1 record against Landmark Conference foes
  • Tied for the third most doubles victories in a season in Royals' history
  • Went 16-5 at #1 doubles
  • Picked up wins in nine of her final 11 matches of the season including wins in three of the team's four playoff matches
  • Scored an 8-6 win against Elizabethtown in the Landmark Conference semifinals before earning an 8-2 triumph over Catholic in the Landmark Conference championship match
  • Also picked up an 8-4 victory against Gwynedd mercy in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on May 10

Freshman Season (2016-17)

  • Match-by-Match Statistics
  • Had a breakout first season in the women's tennis program, eventually earning All-Landmark Conference Second Team honors in both singles and doubles by the end of the year
  • Went 8-8 overall in singles for the year, winning three matches in Landmark Conference play at either the number one or number two spot in the lineup
  • Was 9-7 in doubles in her first year in the program, overall
  • Went 7-5 with partner Julia Frattaroli, as the pair played in the number one spot of the Royals lineup in each match
  • Pair was 4-2 in Landmark Conference matches for the year
  • Dropped down to number two doubles (with partner Emily Kelly) in the Landmark Conference semifinals at Drew, and the pair captured an 8-4 decision in Scranton's 5-2 upset win over the Rangers

Awards & Honors

  • Landmark Conference Player of the Year (2019)
  • All-Landmark Conference First Team singles (2018, 2019)
  • All-Landmark Conference First Team doubles (2018, 2019)
  • All-Landmark Conference Second Team singles (2017)
  • All-Landmark Conference Second Team doubles (2017)
  • Landmark Conference Academic Honor Roll (2018, 2019)
  • Landmark Conference Athlete of the Week (Oct. 15, 2018; Feb. 25, 2019; April 1, 2019)

Personal/High School

  • Is the daughter of Grace Gibson and David DeNunzio