Paulina Loredo
Paulina Loredo
Height: 5-2
Year: FR
Hometown: Newport Beach, Calif.
High School: Corona del Mar

Before URI

  • Attended Corona del Mar High School in California
  • Only played high school tennis senior year
  • Co-captain of the tennis team
  • Had a perfect 19-0 record in singles play and a 50-6 record at No. 1 doubles
  • Won doubles individuals league in Fall 2017
  • Led her team to the CIF title and a spot in regionals in Southern California in the Fall of 2017
  • Named All-County girls tennis team and earned female athlete of the week honors
  • In Junior Tennis, she was the Texas Zonals Champion in 2016
  • Placed third at WTT Championship in San Diego in 2016
  • Has experience at both the national and international level
  • Represented Mexico in both the Coup Le Blanc in Canada and the JITIC Cup in the Dominican Republic
  • Won gold in the doubles and mixed doubles at the National Olympic games for Mexico in 2014


  • Born in Michigan before moving to Mexico City. Moved to Texas in eighth grade and moved to California for her senior year of high school
  • Born March 19, 2000
  • Daughter of Irasema Vilchis and Gerardo Loredo
  • Has one sister, Irasema Loredo
  • Favorite tennis player is Roger Federer
  • Enjoys hiking, watching football and soccer, reading, baking, traveling, going to the beach, and spending time with friends and family
  • Chose URI because, "I wanted a school that had a perfect balance between athletics and academics since I want to improve my tennis and have a good education. Although it is far from home, I am very excited for this new change of environment and can’t wait to work along my teammates and the coaching staff!”