| By New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Jessica Livianu was named to the All-BIG EAST First Team for the fourth time in her career.
Graphic by Eddie Shabomardenly


St. John’s Jessica Livianu has been named to the 2021 All-BIG EAST First Team, earning the honor for the fourth time. 

The Red Storm graduate student concluded her illustrious career this spring, posting a record of 3-1 playing at first singles, and just a couple of weeks ago, won both of her singles matches during the BIG EAST tournament.

Livianu also went 3-0 in doubles play this spring.

“It has been such an honor and pleasure to represent St. John's the last five years," Livianu told RedStormSports.com. "The program overall has positively impacted my life on and off the court and I am forever grateful for the opportunity to represent the University as best I could with my abilities and to be a Johnny for life!"

Livianu finishes her time with the Red Storm as the most decorated player in the program’s history. The Brooklyn native posted a 73-7 overall record in singles, and advanced to the NCAA Division I Individual Singles Championships in both her freshman and sophomore seasons, and won the BIG EAST Player of the Year three times.

In Men's Tennis, St. John's Ignacio Garcia was named to the All-BIG EAST First Team, and Louis-Nils Michel earned Second Team honors.