Luicelena Perez
Luicelena  Perez


Naguanagua, Venezuela

High School:
Juan XXIII Valencia




More Than 70 University of Alabama Student-Athletes Set for Commencement Weekend

The Crimson Tide’s total includes a pair of NCAA champions, 11 All-Americans and four Academic All-Americans


107 Alabama Students Earn Place on SEC Academic Honor Roll

The Crimson Tide rowing team led the way with 26 honors while the men's and women's track and field teams added 19 and 18, respectively.


Women's Tennis Falls to Clemson in Second Round of NCAA Championship, 4-2

Crimson Tide sees comeback effort fall just short


Women's Tennis Advances to Second Round of NCAA Tournament with 4-0 Win Over Samford

Crimson Tide blanks the Bulldogs, advances to round of 32 for fifth consecutive season


Women's Tennis Defeats Missouri on Senior Day, 6-1

Crimson Tide rolls over Tigers, ends regular season on three-match win streak


Senior Spotlight: Luicelena Perez

Senior Spotlight: Luicelena Perez

2013-14 (JUNIOR)
Second Team All-SEC ... SEC All-Tournament Team ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... two-time SEC Player of the Week (March 26, April 14) ... entered the national singles rankings on March 25 ... reached a high of No. 80 in singles and No. 35 in doubles with Emily Zabor ... went 15-1 in singles overall, including a 12-0 mark in dual matches ... won 18 doubles matches, eight of which came against league opponents ... defeated 44th-ranked Kourtney Keegan, her only ranked opponent of the season, to help the Tide beat Florida for the first time in program history ... came from behind to clinch Alabama's 4-3 win over No. 8 Georgia, giving the Tide its first SEC Championship ... secured the match-clinching point against LSU with her victory over Skylar Holloway in singles.

Member of the South American Junior Fed Cup Team in 2008 and 2009 ... won the 2011 national championships in singles and doubles and was runner-up at two ITF finals, in Aruba and Curacao ... 10-time national champion in 18s and six-time national champion in 16s ... earned national athlete of the year honors five times ... ranked No. 1 for three years in Venezuela and achieved a high of 220 in the ITF International Junior Rankings.

Born Sept. 8, 1993 ... daughter of Carlos Perez and Evelyn Motolongo ... has two sisters, Karla and Veronica ... majoring in lower division marketing.