Maya Jansen
Maya  Jansen


Valleyford, Wash.

High School:
Freeman HS




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


Women's Tennis Well Represented in ITA Preseason Rankings

Crimson Tide represented in singles, doubles and newcomer/freshman preseason polls


Historic Run to US Open Comes to a Close for Maya Jansen and Erin Routliffe

Maya Jansen and Erin Routliffe fall to Raquel Kops-Jones and Abigail Spears in first round of US Open


US Open Announces Women's Doubles Main Draw Match Times

Maya Jansen and Erin Routliffe set to play on Thursday at 10 a.m. CT


2015 US Open: Erin and Maya arrive in Flushing Meadows

Two-time national champions will play either Wednesday or Thursday


Maya Jansen and Erin Routliffe Recap Winning Second Consecutive Doubles Title

Maya Jansen and Erin Routliffe Recap Winning Second Consecutive Doubles Title


Jansen & Routliffe Captures NCAA Doubles Championship

Jansen & Routliffe Captures NCAA Doubles Championship


Women's Tennis Update with Maya Jansen

Women's Tennis Update with Maya Jansen


#9 Alabama Defeats Northwestern State

#9 Alabama Defeats Northwestern State

2014-15 (JUNIOR)
NCAA Doubles Champion with Erin Routliffe (second straight season) … ITA Doubles All-American (second straight season) … ITA Women’s Doubles Team of the Year (second straight season) … First Team All-SEC … Blue Gray National Tennis Classic MVP … SEC Academic Honor Roll … Jansen capped a historic season with her second consecutive NCAA Doubles Championship with partner Erin Routliffe to become just the third doubles team in the history of NCAA women’s tennis to win back-to-back national titles … Jansen/Routliffe turned in an overall record of 32-4 in 2014-15, the most wins by a doubles pairing in the history of the Alabama women’s tennis program … the duo owns a two-year record of 57-8, already the third-best mark in UA women’s tennis history … the Tide’s top duo for the duration of the campaign ended the dual match season with a commanding 19-2 (9-1 SEC) record and carried a perfect 15-0 mark into week nine of the conference season … defeated six top 10 tens over the course of the season including Cal’s No. 5 Klara Fabikova/Zsofi Susanyi, Oklahoma State’s No. 5 Viktoriya Lushkova/Kelsey Laurente, Miami’s No. 8 Lina Lileikite/Stephanie Wagner, UCLA’s No. 9 Robin Anderson/Jennifer Brady, Stanford’s No. 10 Carolina Doyle/Ellen Tsay and Auburn’s No. 10 Pleun Burgmans/Emily Flickinger … Jansen/Routliffe were selected as the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Doubles Championship automatically giving the duo All-American honors from the ITA for the second straight season … consistently ranked in the top ten nationally in doubles for the majority of the season, reaching No. 1 in early April and ending the campaign as the top duo in the nation for the second consecutive year … Jansen set the tone for the Tide in singles play during her junior campaign, going a team-best 27-5 overall, including 18-3 (10-1) throughout the dual match season … began the dual match season on a six-match win streak and collected 17 individual victories before suffering her second loss of the season in late April … won 11 consecutive matches from March 6 – April 16 earning victories against three nationally ranked opponents over that span … clinched two victories for the Tide including Alabama’s 5-2 win over Georgia on March 6 … won a combined 25 matches in the fall, going 16-2 in doubles and 9-2 in singles … clinched her draw in doubles play with senior Luice Perez at the Roberta Alison Fall Classic … also won her singles draw at the Roberta Alison, defeating nationally ranked Sarah Lee of Michigan … earned a spot in the quarterfinals for doubles at the Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championships with Routliffe.

2013-14 (SOPHOMORE)

NCAA Doubles Champion with Erin Routliffe ... ITA Doubles All-American ... ITA Women's Doubles Team of the Year ... Second Team All-SEC ... ITA Scholar-Athlete ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... SEC Player of the Week (Jan. 22) ... captured the program's first national title dropping a combined 13 points throughout the match en route to a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Georgia's Lauren Herring and Maho Kowase ... entered the NCAA Doubles Championship as the No. 4 seed with Routliffe, which is the highest seed in program history ... ranked throughout the season in singles, reaching a high of No. 59 ... entered the national doubles rankings with Routliffe on Feb. 11 at No. 20 and finished the season at No. 1 ... won 19 singles matches, all coming in the spring ... added on another 25 victories in doubles ... defeated 16 nationally-ranked opponents in doubles, including all five they faced in the top 10 ... second on the team in dual-match singles wins with 16 ... ended the season on a 10-match winning streak in doubles with Routliffe ... played primarily at No. 1 doubles and No. 4 singles throughout the year ... won her final four matches of the season in singles, all in straight sets ... defeated 73rd-ranked Lilly Kimbell of Georgia to help Alabama beat the Bulldogs 4-3 and win the SEC Championship for the first time ... clinched the match for the Tide with her win over Rutuja Bhosale of No. 10 Texas A&M ... clinched Alabama's 4-3 win over Florida, the first against the Gators in program history, with Jansen ... defeated Michala Kucharova of No. 21 Auburn in singles play ... beat Katherine Ip of No. 24 Rice at the Blue Gray National Tennis Classic ... came back from a 0-6 first-set loss to defeat No. 43 Rachel Pierson of 14th-ranked Virginia ... secured the match-clinching point against No. 17 Texas with her win over Elizabeth Begley at the ITA National Indoor Championship ... in her first tournament back from injury, went undefeated in singles against opponents from No. 15 Northwestern, DePaul and Iowa at the Wildcat Winter Classic to win the tournament championship.

2012-13 (FRESHMAN)
ITA Southern Region Player to Watch ... SEC Freshman of the Week (March 13) ... ITA Scholar-Athlete ... SEC First-Year Honor Roll ... ranked as high as No. 59 in the nation in singles and No. 81 in doubles ... played primarily at No. 3 singles and No. 2 doubles for the Tide ... finished the season at No. 8 in the ITA Southern Region in singles and No. 6 in the Southern Region in doubles ... posted a 24-15 overall record in singles and a 24-9 mark in doubles ... won singles matches in the NCAA Championship first and second rounds ... took fifth-ranked Zsofi Susanyi of California to three sets in the NCAA Championship round of 16 ... partnered with Antonia Foehse, knocked off the 77th-ranked doubles team of Kelly Gray and Courtney Collins to help the Tide defeat Memphis ... beat Joanna Henderson and Sarah Toti of Tennessee in doubles with Foehse in the SEC Tournament ... knocked off No. 72 Cristina Sanchez-Quintinar and Wen Sun of fourth-ranked Texas A&M in doubles ... edged out Sofie Oyen and Danielle Collins of No. 2 Florida in doubles with Foehse ... collected a win over No. 58 Rashmi Teltumbde and Nikki Sanders 21st-ranked Texas Tech with Foehse ... secured the winning point for the Tide with her win over Ellanne Douglas-Mirone of Washington ... dominated No. 79 Noel Scott of 11th-ranked Texas, 6-0, 6-1 ... captured two wins in singles at the Dickie V Clay Court Classic against Petra Feracova of Mississippi State and Mimi Fotopolous of Tennessee ... also earned a win in doubles with Foehse against Skylar Kuykendall and Liza Tymchenko of Memphis ... picked up two wins in singles at the USTA/ITA Southern Regional Championships against Ashley Kitchen of Auburn and Anja Cosovic of Troy, adding a win in doubles with Emily Zabor against Ole Miss ... secured a win against Alexandra Perper of Mississippi State in addition to collecting three wins in doubles at the Roberta Alison Fall Classic ... posted a win in doubles with Mary Anne Macfarlane against Florida State at the Furman Fall Classic ... beat Gina Suarez-Malaguti of North Carolina and grabbed a win against No. 101 Ester Goldfield of Duke University at the Duke Fab Four Invite.

Five-star recruit according to ... ranked 51st in the nation and first in both the Northwest region and Washington according to ... competed in the Fed Cup for the Pacific Northwest section ... Washington state runner-up in 2009, after losing to her older sister, who plays tennis for West Virginia University, in the finals ... high school all-American in tennis ... National Copper Bowl Champion G16's ... four-time sectional winner ... Ranked No. 1 in every age group in the Northwest ... RD of 16 Easter Championships ... also played volleyball in high school, where she earned first team all-league and all-state honors.

Born May 27, 1994 ... daughter of Andy and Eva Jansen ... has three sisters, Hanna, Lea and Rhea ... sister (Lea) played tennis at West Virginia University ... mother played volleyball at Oregon and was also a member of the Swiss National Team ... majoring in pre-psychology.