|High School:||Redlands HS|
April ended the year with an 8-23 record, including a 7-16 record at the No.1 and No.2 spots. In doubles, April went 8-20 alongside Kiersten Meehan, Melissa Baker, Kaiulani Boyer, Priscila Garcia, Jaimee Gilbertson, Stacy Yam, and Luisa Ortiz Candido.
In the 2012 season, April finished the year with an overall singles record, 11-15 primarily as the first seed. During the doubles matches, Scatliffe finished with a 12-11 record playing with Kiersten Meehan and Priscila Garcia.
April Scatliffe finished her first season with a 19-15 overall singles record...Her overall wins were the most on the team as were her 14 wins in dual matches...Playing in the #3 spot she had a dual match record of 6-8...Went 7-3 at #4 singles...She achieved an overall doubles record of 7-16, but when she played with Kiersten Meehan, she was 6-5 overall and 5-4 in dual matches.
Attended Redlands High School in Redlands, Calif.... Ranked among the Top-15 in Southern California and Top-150 Nationally....Received Outstanding Student Athlete Award in 2010 as well as the 2010 USTA Southern California Sportsmanship Award... Received Most Valuable Player Award for Redlands High Women's Tennis all four years 2007-2010.
Daughter of Verne and Corinne Scatliffe.. Enjoys running, reading and listening to music.... Favorite movies include Rush Hour, Drumline, The Sandlot, Slumdog Millionaire and The Emperors New Groove... Favorite athletes are Roger Federer, Andrea Petkovic, Serena Williams and Abby Wambach... Most memorable sports moment is winning semifinal match at Copper Bowl National Girls 18s Tournament in 2010. Her biggest role model growing up was her sister Charlotte because not only was she "the coolest person ever", but she's extemely well rounded and the first of the two of them to play for the Gauchos. April is proud to be a Gaucho because she believes UCSB is the most incredible school with an amazing location, superb academics and athletics. She says "no other place is quite like it".