2017: Recorded a 12-9 singles record and a 7-5 mark in doubles action...won seven straight singles matches from Feb. 7 to Mar. 2, longest winning streak on the team in 2017...claimed three singles victories over conference foes, Winthrop, Radford and UNC Asheville...won three of her four three-set matches...partnered with three different players with in doubles action, going 2-0 with Celine Schepers and 1-0 with Tracy Johnson before ending the year with Beth Taylor...defeated conference foes Campbell and Charleston Southern with Taylor...led 6-3, 2-3 at No. 4 against Charleston Southern in the Big South Championship but match went unfinished
2016: Compiled a 13-10 singles record, while earning seven doubles victories…the 13 singles victories were a career-high and top five most in a single season in PC's D1 era...one of three players on the team with a winning singles record…won her first four singles matches and capped off the season by winning her last three, including a 6-2, 7-5 victory at No. 4 against Gardner-Webb at the Big South Championship…won a team-high five three-set matches…defeated Big South foes Gardner-Webb (twice) and UNC Asheville in singles…went 3-3 in doubles with Kayla Stanford, 2-0 with Celine Schepers and won two matches with Nicole Croxton…earned a 7-5 doubles victory over Longwood at No. 3 with Celine Schepers
2015: Earned eight singles and 10 doubles wins in her inaugural season ... Started the season in PC's No. 2 spot, but moved up to PC's No. 1 singles spot for the second half of the season ... Earned a Big South Conference win over Radford and partnered with Claire-Mitchell Andrews for an 8-4 conference No. 2 doubles win against Longwood to help PC win its first conference match in three years and first winning season in Division I history.
High School: Attended Rivers Academy...won multiple tournaments as a junior USTA player...was a finalist in the 2013 Augusta Southern Level 3 Tournament.
Personal: Daughter of Rita Nuttall and Andrew Nuttall...major is undeclared