2014-15: Won 13 matches overall during her sophomore campaign … Participated in the USTA Collegiate Clay Court Invitational at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Disney World … Competed at the ITA Midwest Regional Championships … Played at positions five and six for the Wildcats … Won three of her final four matches … Helped Northwestern to shutouts of Iowa (4/18) and Nebraska (4/19).
2013-14: Broke into the national rankings for the first time on Feb. 15, reaching as high as No. 92 ...Upset No. 27 Sofie Oyen of Florida at No. 4 singles to help Northwestern knock off the No. 2 Gators (2/8).
High School:Top-ranked junior player in New England and ranked in top 20 nationally ... Rated as a blue chip recruit by TennisRecruiting.net ... Spent first two prep years at Thayer Academy ... Posted a victory over 2012 U.S. Open Junior champion Samantha Crawford ... Finished fourth in 16s singles at the Clay Court Championships and fourth in doubles in 18s at Winter Nationals ... Two-time New England Prep School Class A singles champion ... Named to Boston Globe and Patriot Ledger All-Scholastic Teams ... ISL all-league and MVP ... First played varsity tennis as a sixth-grader ... Honor roll student .. Recipient of Century Club Award.
Personal: Born Jillian Shea Rooney ... Daughter of John and Jeanne Rooney ... Father played hockey at RPI ... Uncle, Brian Noonan, played 12 seasons in the NHL, including with the Chicago Blackhawks and New York Rangers ... Chose Northwestern over Boston College, Notre Dame, Michigan and Vanderbilt.