Lauren fell in love with tennis at a young age. With the help of her supportive parents and coaches, she was able to achieve her goal of becoming the #1 ranked player in the country at the age of 14.
After many years of competing across the nation, Lauren was awarded a scholarship to play Division 1 tennis at William & Mary, where she graduated with her degree in Psychology in 2019. She recently got her master’s degree from Ball State University in Applied Behavior Analysis. When she is not teaching tennis, Lauren works with children who have autism.
Lauren attributes not only her tennis abilities, but also much of her success in life, to her wonderful tennis coaches who helped shape her into the person she is today. Lauren hopes that she will be able to positively impact the people she works with in a similar way.