Boca Raton, FL
Keystone National HS
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Fall 2007: Finished the fall season with a 7-5 mark in singles competition and a 10-6 doubles record when paired with fellow senior Romy Farah … Won three of four singles matches at the UNC Kitty Harrison Invitational, beating Marshall’s Thaddea Lock, Maryland’s Karin Lundmark and Furman’s Monica Arguello … Reached the round of 16 at the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational, defeating Jana Mackova of Boise State, 7-6, 6-1, before falling to No. 78 Nina Munch-Soegaard, 6-7, 4-6 … Joined Farah to win seven of nine doubles matches to open the fall season … Advanced into the finals of the ITA South Regional, defeating duos from Georgia Tech, Stetson, Auburn and FIU before falling to No. 3 Whitney McCray and Kristi Miller, 5-8 … Defeated Auburn’s No. 6 pair of Alex Haney and Melissa Koning, 8-5, in the quarterfinals for the duo’s top win of the fall … Lost in the semifinals of the ITA National Indoor Championships to Baylor’s No. 51 team of Lenka Broosova and Zuzana Zemenova after beating UNC and Ohio State … Reached the quarterfinals of the Riviera/ITA All-American Pre-Qualifying tournament after wins over teams from Duke and Texas Tech … Also reached the quarterfinals of the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational.
2006-2007: Went 24-17 in singles competition on the season playing primarily in the No. 4 and No. 5 positions … Finished with an 6-5 mark in ACC singles action … In doubles competition, she went 24-15 on the year, including a 13-1 mark and a No. 33 national ranking when paired with Audra Cohen in the No. 2 position … After dropping her first two singles matches of the ACC season, she won five of her next six with four of those victories coming in the No. 4 position … Picked up a pair of wins at the NCAA Regional, May 12-13, winning easily over Alabama A&M’s Brittany Jelks, 6-0, 6-0 and Wichita State’s Anna Egorova, 6-2, 6-2 … Won 14 straight doubles matches from Feb. 16 to March 26, with 13 of the victories coming in the No. 2 spot with Cohen … Finished the fall campaign with an 8-3 singles record and a 5-3 doubles record alongside Gina Sabatino … Started the season by going 2-1 at the Gator Fall Classic defeating Gabriela Duch from USF and Jessi Robinson of Duke … Advanced all the way to the final of the B Singles Tournament at the Palm Desert Classic defeating the likes of Zuzana Chmelarova and Iva Mihaylova of Baylor and Stephanie Davison of Texas … Finished the fall on a strong note winning two matches in the Miami Invite over Iowa and Clemson.
2005-2006: Finished her sophomore season with a 27-12 overall record in singles and 25-13 overall record in doubles … Played primarily in the No. 6 slot in the spring season going 17-8 in dual match play … Teamed with Patricia Starzyk to form Miami’s No. 3 team going 18-7, saw consistent playing time for the first time in her career and continually showed improvement throughout the season … Helped Miami to advance to the quarter-finals of the NCAA Indoors for the second year in a row by defeating Wisconsin’s Elizabeth Carpenter 6-4, 6-1 … Defeated Danielle Petrisko 6-1, 6-2 in Miami’s win over Kentucky, came up with a big win over Jennifer Zika 6-1, 6-1 in the ACC regular season finale to help lift Miami past Duke and a share of the ACC regular season crown … Performed well again when she defeated Jessi Robinson of Duke 6-0, 6-4 to help propel Miami into the final of the ACC Tournament Championships … Played consistently well throughout the NCAA tournament but had matches suspended because the team score had been decided … Left her best tennis for the biggest moment … Came up with the biggest win of her career when she defeated #101 Carine Vermeulen of Southern California 7-5, 6-0 in the Semi-Finals of the NCAA Tournament … Trailed USC 3-5 in the first set then rallied off 10 straight games to give Miami a quick point and a much needed momentum shift … Played consistently well with Starzyk in doubles claiming wins over Florida, Texas, Kentucky, Georgia Tech and Clemson … Performed well with Starzyk in the NCAA tournament … Helped Miami claim the doubles point against Fresno State with a 8-3 win over Haskett and Gloria … In the NCAA Championship match, had a break point at 6-6 against Stanford when match was suspended.
2004-05: Posted a 6-1 dual record and 13-6 overall mark in singles during her first season of collegiate competition … Played mostly at the No. 6 and No. 5 spots … Defeated Katarina Draganova of Boston University, 6-0, 6-2 in her lone match at No. 4 … Played No. 2 doubles with Melissa Applebaum and No.3 doubles with Patricia Starzyk compiling a 10-8 dual record … Tallied a 16-13 overall doubles record … With Starzyk defeated Saras Arasu and Parker Goyer, 8-5 of No. 15 Duke in the quarterfinals of the ACC and downed Claudia Kecht and Pia Terol of Florida Atlantic, 8-0 in the first round of the NCAA team championships … Compiled a 8-5 singles record during the fall season … Enjoyed a six-match win streak where she defeated players from Kentucky, FIU and Vanderbilt.
Prep: Was ranked as high as 47th nationally in the USTA’s Girl’s 18 group … Also ranked fourth in Florida’s sectionals … Varsity letterwinner in tennis from 1998-2000 … Attended King Park High School in Long Island, N.Y. her freshman year before moving to Florida.