Tess Bernard-Feigenbaum
Tess Bernard-Feigenbaum


New York, N.Y.

High School:
Oak Meadow (Vt.)




Big Ten Tournament Awaits No. 41 Women's Tennis

Boilermakers are seeded fourth and have a first-round bye.


No. 42 Boilermakers Blanked by No. 16 Wolverines

Big Ten Tournament awaits Purdue April 24-27 in Evanston, Ill.


No. 42 Purdue Makes Easy Work of Spartans

Head coach Laura Glitz wins 90th match at Purdue helm.


Boilermakers Stumble in 5-2 Loss at Ohio State

Djokovic and Escribens post singles victories for Purdue.


No. 37 Women's Tennis Beats Penn State

Purdue wins its fifth consecutive match to improve to 10-7, 6-2 Big Ten.

Finished her freshman season 16-5 in and 5-3 in doubles for the spring season ... clinched the highest-ranked road victory in Purdue history against No. 19 Notre Dame on Feb. 15 in just her second match back from injury by beating Chrissie McGaffigan 6-2, 6-7 (5), 6-4 ... won the first 10 singles matches of her career, all at No. 4 ... went 8-2 in Big Ten singles play ... clinched Purdue's come-from-behind 4-3 win over South Carolina in the NCAA Tournament with a 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 win over Dominika Kanakova for the second NCAA Tournament win in program history ... helped lead team to 18 dual match wins which is tied for a program record ... won four-straight doubles matches with partner Gisella Pere at No. 3 ... went 10-1 in fall singles and 13-2 ... only singles loss of the fall was against No. 59 Marie Casares of Vanderbilt in the round of 32 of the ITA Regional ... nine of her 10 wins were in straight sets ... beat Carmen Borau Ramos of Kansas State in her first career match, 6-0, 6-0 ... went 4-0 in doubles with Claudia Escribens, 2-0 with Imogen Golder, 2-0 with Gisella Pere and 3-1 with Daniela Vidal ... only two doubles losses were against top 40 doubles teams.

Ranked as high as No. 18 in the nation for theclass of 2012 by
TennisRecruiting.net. . . had singles ranking in United States of top 30s or higher in all age divisions . . . won Girls 18s singles title at Ojai Valley Championships . . . won two bronze balls in Girls 18s doubles, finishing third at 2012 National Spring Championships and at 2012 National Clay Court Championships . . . won two National Open doubles titles in Girls 18s and multiple National Open doubles titles in younger divisions . . . trained for two years at Weil Tennis Academy.

Tess Bernard-Feigenbaum was born on Feb. 14, 1994, and grew up in New
York City . . . parents are Robin Bernard and Steve Feigenbaum . . . majoring in OLS . . . has a younger sister, Olivia.