Moulton playing in 1983
|Residence||Menlo Park, California|
February 18, 1961 |
|Highest ranking||18 (November 26, 1984)|
|Last updated on: April 25, 2012.|
Alycia Moulton (born February 18, 1961) is a former professional tennis player. She won the Junior U.S. Open title and was runner-up in Junior Wimbledon.
Moulton was active on the WTA professional tour from 1978 to 1988. Her powerful game brought her two singles titles in 1983 and five doubles titles. She reached a career high ranking of 18 in singles on November 26, 1984. She won the Virginia Slims of New Jersey and the Virginia Slims of Newport, Rhode Island.
Moulton achieved immediate success on the professional tour after graduating from Stanford University, where as team captain and four-time All-American, she was an NCAA singles, doubles and team champion. Moulton was selected to represent the United States in Federation Cup and Wightman Cup. She played doubles with Chris Evert defeating Great Britain in the Wightman Cup competition.
Moulton served two terms on the Board of Directors of the Women's Tennis Association. She has been inducted into the Sacramento Hall of Fame, the Stanford University Hall of Fame and the Northern California Tennis Hall of Fame.
Moulton was born in Sacramento. Her father, Lee Moulton, is an inventor and engineer born in 1923. Her mother, Eleanor Moulton is a small business owner born in 1932. Moulton has one brother, Gregory Moulton, a computer scientist and founder of Avamar Technologies. After Moulton’s tennis career she started a real estate development company. This led her to attend law school at the University of California at Davis. After graduating, she was married briefly to George Artz, a computer scientist and lifelong friend. The two lived in different cities during this time. Moulton worked for Congressman and former California State Senator, Mike Thompson. She is a real estate attorney and now resides in Menlo Park, California.
WTA Tour finals
Singles 5 (2-3)
|Tier IV & V||0|
|Runner-up||1.||November 6, 1982||Hong Kong||Clay||Catrin Jexell||3-6, 5-7|
|Winner||2.||February 28, 1983||Ridgewood, USA||Hard||Catrin Jexell||6-4, 6-2|
|Runner-up||3.||June 13, 1983||Birmingham, England||Grass||Billie Jean King||0-6, 5-7|
|Winner||4.||July 19, 1983||Newport, Rhode Island, USA||Grass||Kimberly Shaefer||6-3, 6-2|
|Runner-up||5.||August 26, 1984||Canadian Open, Canada||Hard||Chris Evert-Lloyd||2-6, 6-7|
Doubles 11 (5-6)
|Tier IV & V||0|
|Titles by Surface|
|Winner||1.||November 6, 1982||Hong Kong||Clay||Laura Du Pont|| Jennifer Mundel
|6-2, 4-6, 7-5|
|Runner-up||2.||March 6, 1983||Nashville, Tennessee, USA||Hard||Paula Smith|| Rosalyn Fairbank
|Winner||3.||May 1, 1983||Atlanta, Georgia, USA||Hard||Sharon Walsh|| Rosie Casals
|Runner-up||4.||June 13, 1983||Birmingham, England||Grass||Elise Burgin|| Beverly Mould
|Runner-up||5.||January 15, 1984||Oakland, California, USA||Carpet||Rosie Casals|| Martina Navratilova
|Winner||6.||October 28, 1984||Brighton, England||Carpet||Paula Smith|| Barbara Potter
|6-7, 6-3, 7-5|
|Runner-up||7.||June 16, 1985||Birmingham, England||Grass||Elise Burgin|| Terry Holladay
|4-6, 7-5, 3-6|
|Runner-up||8.||April 30, 1986||Phoenix, Arizona, USA||Hard||Linda Gates|| Susan Mascarin
|3-6, 7-5, 4-6|
|Winner||9.||July 28, 1986||Berkeley, California, USA||Hard||Beth Herr|| Amy Holton
|Winner||10.||August 3, 1986||San Diego, California, USA||Hard||Beth Herr|| Elise Burgin
|5-7, 6-2, 6-4|
|Runner-up||11.||October 12, 1986||Zurich, Switzerland||Carpet||Lori McNeil|| Steffi Graf
|6-1, 4-6, 4-6|
- Alycia Moulton at the Women's Tennis Association
- Alycia Moulton at the International Tennis Federation
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