Natalie Beazant
Natalie  Beazant


Leigh, England

High School:
The Pendleton School




Beazant Leads Owls in C-USA Honors Parade

C-USA Player of the Year


Owls Give Brown First Year a Championship Ending

Rice captures C-USA Women's Tennis title


Ip Sends Owls to Fourth Consecutive C-USA Final

Face Marshall at 10 a.m. on Sunday


Owls Blank Charlotte in C-USA Opener

Face FIU at 10 a.m. on Saturday


C-USA Women's Tennis Play Opens Thursday

Rice opens play on Friday


Rice Captures Third Straight C-USA Title

The Rice women's tennis team captured its third consecutive C-USA title with a 4-0 win over Marshall on April 19


Rice 4, Charlotte 0

Rice defeated Charlotte 4-0 to open play in the Conference USA Women's Tennis Championship


Owls Return Home

The Rice women's tennis team returned home for their first home match in a month to host Baylor and Louisiana-Lafayette.


Rice 7, Lamar 0

Rice opened the 2015 dual season by defeating Lamar 7-0 on January 17.


Rice 6, Missouri 1

Rice defeated Missouri 6-1 at Jake Hess on 3/25

Beazant match-by-match
2015 / 2014 / 2013 / 2012

All America, Singles 2013
NCAA Singles 2012, 2013
NCAA Doubles 2012, 2013, 2014 (w/d injury)
All C-USA Singles (first team) 2012, 2013, 2014
All C-USA Doubles (first team) 2012, 2014 (second team) 2013
2012 C-USA Player of the Year
2012 C-USA Freshman of the Year
2012, 2014 C-USA Outstanding Singles of the Championship
C-USA Outstanding Doubles of the Championship
2012, 2014
C-USA Women's Tennis Athlete of the Week
(2/14/12, 2/21/12, 3/26/12 3/5/13 2/24/15 3/24/15)
ITA Scholar-Athlete 2014
C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll, 2013
C-USA Women's Tennis All-Academic, 2013 a 2014

Singles: 2013 (28th Nationally)
2012 (27th Nationally, 4th in Texas Region)
Doubles: 2014 (54th Nationally)
2013 (27th Nationally)
2012 (20th Nationally, 4th in Texas Region)


Entered the 2015 dual season tied for fifth on the Owls' career singles list with a career mark of 95-29, while her .766 winning percentage ranked third.

2014-15 (Senior)
Earned her fifth C-USA Women's Tennis Athlete of the Week on 2/24 after downing LSU's #29 Joana Vale Costa... Reached the 100 win milestone with a 6-1, 6-2 win over Nelo Phiri of Louisiana-Lafayette ... Fall: Was 10-3 in singles and 7-3 in doubles...Close out the fall by splitting a pair of matches at the USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships...Earned an at-large berth and upset #3 ranked Hayley Carter of North Carolina 7-6 (2), 6-4 in her opening match... Reached the finals of the ITA Texas Regional before falling to Despoina Vogasari of Houston, 6-4, 6-4... Teamed with Alison Ho to win the regional consolation doubles round with an 8-2 win over Texas State's Shannon Beckett and Evan Dench.

2013-14 (Junior)
Completed her third season at No. 1 with an 11-9 record... Closed the season strongly, winning her last five decisions, including a 3-0 mark at the C-USA Championship to run her career mark to 7-0... Outscored opponents 36-14 in three singles matches at the championship... Scored the first two of the Owls four points against Tulsa in the championship match, clinching the doubles point with Liat Zimmermann (8-3), then finishing first in singles (6-3, 6-2). Teamed with Zimmermann early in the season and rose to as high an #49 in rankings, finishing the regular season 9-4 and qualifying for the NCAA Doubles... Pair was unable to compete due to an injury to Zimmermann...Fall: Tied for team lead with an 8-4 mark in singles and finished strongly by winning the main singles draw at the Longhorn Fall Invitational... Opened play with a rugged three-set win over Lina Padegimaite of Texas Then downed Lauren Burich in the three sets in the semifinals... Lost only one game on her way to a 6-1, 6-0 win in the finals... Teamed with Stephanie Nguyen to reach the Longhorn Invite doubles final before falling to Padegimaite and Elizabeth Begley, 8-5.. Defeated Padegimaite to reach the round of 32 at the Texas ITA Regional.

2012-13 (Sophomore)
NCAA Action: Became Rice's first All-America in women's singles since Wendy Wood in 1986 by advancing to the semifinals of the NCAA Championships in Champaign, Illinois... Her advancement to the Elite Eight was the best in school history and matched the best by a C-USA representative (TCU's Story Tweedie-Yates in 2005)... Rice's previous best finish in NCAA singles play had been by Wood, who reached the round of 16 in 1985... Beazant opened singles play by upsetting eighth-seeded Anett Schutting of California 7-5, 6-3, then clinched All-American status with a dramatic 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 win over Aeriel Ellis of Texas... After splitting first two sets, Ellis took a 5-2 lead in the decisive third set and was one point from ending the match in the pivotal eighth game... Beazant fought off multiple winning shots before winning the point, then winning five consecutive games... She moved to the semifinals with a 6-1, 6-2 win over North Carolina's Caroline Price 6-1, 6-2 before Alabama's Alexa Guarachi ended Beazant's run with a 6-4, 1-6, 6-1 verdict... Beazant and Dominique Harmath also qualified for doubles for the second consecutive year, but drew the tournament's top seeds (Kate Fuller and Silvia Garcia of Georgia... Beazant and Harmath started strongly, taking the first set 6-3 and battling to a draw in the first eight games of the second set, before the Bulldogs' duo put an end to the Owls' hopes of an upset by winning the final eight games to advance 3-6, 6-4, 6-0...Regular Season: Repeat All C-USA first team selection in singles and second team selection with Dominique Harmath in doubles... Qualified for both NCAA singles and doubles for the second consecutive year... Finished the regular season with a 17-3 singles mark, closing with a 15-match winning streak... Winning streak also featured a stretch in which she won 29 consecutive sets before a second set loss in her C-USA semis match... Last two regular season matches were unfinished... Was 6-2 in the regular season vs. ranked opponents, inclding wins in her last four... Earned her fourth C-USA Women's Tennis Athlete of the week after leading the Owls' first-ever win over Texas... Combined with Dominique Harmath to upset UT's 12th ranked duo of Breaunna Addison and Noel Scott, 9-7 to clinch the doubles point and then downed two-time All-American Aeriel Ellis 6-3, 6-1 in singles to give the Owls a 2-0 lead... Fall: Posted a 9-3 mark in singles and teammated with Dominique Harmath for a 6-3 mark in doubles... Qualified for the Riviera/ITA Women's All-American Championships in both singles and doubles... In singles, she went 1-2, dropping her opening match to Nicole Bartnik of Columbia (6-3, 6-2), then defeating Lauren McHale of North Carolina 6-4, 6-2 in her first consolation match before losing to Mary Anne Macfarlane of Alabam (6-3, 6-4)...In doubles competition, Beazant and Harmath lost 8-3 to Macfarlane and Alexa Guarachi of Alabama and then 8-5 to Stacey Tan and Ellen Tsay of Stanford...Qualified for the ITA Indoor Intercollegiate Championships in Flushing, NY, and lost her opening match to Robin Anderson of UCLA... She then had to withdraw because of an injury... Captured both the singles and doubles titles at the Midland Invite.

2011-12 (Freshman)
Swept C-USA Honors, being named Player and Freshman of the Year, Outstanding Singles and Doubles of the Championships and first team All C-USA... Fifth player in C-USA history to be named both Player and Freshman of the Year...Second Owl to win Player of the Year (Blair DiSesa, 2006), Freshman of the Year (Julie Chao, 2007) and Outstanding Singles (Alanna Rodgers, 2006)...Teamed with Dominique Harmath to be the first Owls to earn Outstanding Doubles of the Championship... Named Rice Athletics Freshman of the Year after compiling a sterling 25-2 record in her freshman year, including a 22-2 mark at No. 1.... . 2-0 in tiebreakers and 2-1 in three set matches... Won 17 consecutive singles matches before falling to Robin Anderson of UCLA in the NCAA Sweet 16 match... 9-2 vs. ranked opponents... only losses were to #5 Anderson and #6 Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar of Texas AaM (in three sets).... had wins over #15 Mary Anne Macfarlane of Alabama, #17 Kristi Boxx of Ole Miss, #47 Ecaterina Vasenina of USF, #54 Anastasia Erofeeva of Tulsa (twice), #55 Edyta Cieplucha of SMU, #85 Stefanie Tan of TCU and #123 Allison Falkin of Ilinois (twice)... Finished the year ranked 37th, highest ranked Owl in singles since Wendy Wood was ranked 13th at the end of the 1986 season, and third-best in school history (Tracie Blumentritt in 1983). No Owl has ranked higher than 71st (Antonette Veloso in 1992) since that time. First Rice qualifer for the the NCAA singles championship since Blair DiSesa in 2006 and her win over Stacey Tan of Stanford was the Owls first win in NCAA singles since Wood in 1986... Teamed with Dominique Harmath to earn Rice's highest doubles ranking in history, finishing 20th after closing the seson by winning the first doubles match in school history with a 6-1, 6-4 win over Alabama's Antonia Foehse a Mary Anne Macfarlane... Fall: Wrapped up fall work with a 7-2 record in singles, and matched that with a combined 7-2 mark in doubles play... Played only two games but came away with a pair of titles in the final round of the 2011 Rice Invitational... Teammed with Stephanie Nguyen to win the doubles title when teammate Dominique Harmath was force to retire with in injury. Injury also forced Harmath to forfeit the singles final vs. Bezant... Advanced to the third round of the ITA Regionl in singles. Combined with Harmath to reach the third round in doubles at the ITA Regional.

High School/Juniors
Owns a career high junior world ranking of #94 in May of 2010 and qualified for Wimbledon juniors this in singles....Won the AirBerlin German Junior Championships (Grade 1 ITF) and Costa Rica Bowl (Grade 3 ITF) title in doubles.

Full Name: Natalie Beazant... Born: 4/11/93, at, Leigh, England ... Parents: Darren and Carol Beazant, Leigh... one brother, Bradley who is a walk-on linebacker at Rice... Sport Management major.

Singles Tour Dual #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6
2011-12 11-3 25-2 22-2 3-0 - - - -
2012-13 12-4 18-4 18-4 - - - - -
2013-14 8-4 11-9 11-9 - - - - -
2014-15 10-3 17-3 17-3 - - - - -
TOTAL 41-14 71-18 68-18 3-0 - - - -
Doubles Tour Dual #1 #2 #3
2011-12 12-3 19-6 18-6 1-0 -
2012-13 6-4 20-6 20-6 - -
2013-14 5-5 10-6 10-6 - -
2014-15 7-3 10-7 10-6 0-1 -
TOTAL 30-15 59-25 58-24 1-1 -
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