Women’s Tennis Recruiting Class Ranked No. 3
BERKELEY – The California women's tennis recruiting class of Jada Bui, Hannah Viller Møller and Cami Brown – assembled by head coach Amanda Augustus and associate head coach Zack Warren – earned the nation's No. 3 ranking, according to TennisRecruiting.net.
"Zack and I are excited to be acknowledged by Tennisrecruiting.net for this recruiting class," Augustus said. "We worked very hard to bring in a group we feel includes outstanding young women who are great fits at Cal athletically and academically. I believe this is the highest rated recruiting class in program history. In combination with the class we brought in this past year and with our veteran players, we're really excited about the upcoming 2020-21 season."
The newest addition to the talented class, Brown is a five-star recruit who ranked as high as No. 52 in national recruiting polls. The Irvine, California, product – rated the 13th-best recruit from the Golden State – led her University High School team to the Southern California Regional Championship and as a junior she was selected as the Orange County Register's Girls Tennis Athlete of the Year, a first in school history. The 18-year-old will join Bui and Viller Møller – whose signings were previously announced in December – at Cal this fall.
Bui, who holds a career-best ITF combined ranking of 54 and a career-high WTA ranking of 744, competed in the girls' singles main draw of the 2020 Australian Open. The 18-year-old is a 10-time Canadian champion, who has captured multiple national singles and doubles titles. She represented Canada in the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, reaching the singles quarterfinals and also competing in doubles, and won two gold medals in the 2017 Canada Summer Games. She also competed in the U14 World Championships (2014) and the U16 Junior Fed Cup. In November, the 5-9 Bui won the singles title at the 2019 Ottawa International Championships, a J3 tournament in Canada. Tennis runs in the family, as her older sister, Mya Bui, plays for the University of San Francisco.
A product of Hellerup, Denmark, Viller Møller, 18, has a career-high ITF combined ranking of 103 and played for the Danish Fed Cup team in 2019. Ranked No. 1 in the U12, U14, U16 and U18 Denmark rankings, Viller Møller also captured Danish junior national championships at each of the four age groups. In 2018, she competed in qualifying in each of the junior Grand Slam tournaments, with Viller Møller reaching the singles main draw of the Australian Open. She has won titles at several ITF junior tournaments, including taking the singles crown in a 2016 G4 event in Varnamo Sweden, when she was 14. More recently, the Dane played in the W15 tournament in Tabarka, Tunisia, in September, advancing to the singles semifinals.