St. Angela's Ursuline
As a Senior (2017-18): Second Team All-ACC … ITA Southeast Region Arthur Ashe Sportsmanship & Leadership Award … All-ACC Academic Team … ITA Scholar-Athlete
Concluded the season with an overall record of 29-8 in singles and 17-11 in doubles … Ended her career with the fourth-most singles wins in school history (130) and became the third player to finish at least 95 matches over .500 … Became the seventh Miami player with four 20-win singles campaigns and the seventh to reach 200 combined singles/doubles wins (205), as well as the third four-time All-ACC honoree … Concluded her career with seven unranked singles defeats, with just one against a player who did not end the season ranked … Peaked at eighth in the ITA singles rankings to open the fall and concluded the year at No. 70 … Finished No. 10 on the ITA Southeast Region singles list … Ranked four times in doubles with Ana Madcur, ascending as high as No. 50 … Went 6-4 against ranked singles players, including 2-1 versus top-35 foes … Finished second on the team in nearly every singles victories and singles winning percentage category, as well as third in combined singles/doubles wins (46) and winning percentage (.708) … Went 20-6 in spring singles competition, including 17-6 in dual matches and 10-3 versus ACC foes, all at the No. 2 spot … Went 8-1 in her final nine completed collegiate matches …Opened the spring by defeating No. 13 Ohio State’s Anna Sanford, 6-3, 6-3, for her 111th victory to take sole possession of fourth place at Miami … Notched a 6-2, 6-2 decision of Fernanda Navarro at No. 31 Clemson … Defeated No. 24 Sara Daavettila of top-ranked North Carolina, 7-5, 6-1 … Earned a 7-5, 6-1 triumph over Cassie Mercer at No. 21 Virginia … Beat No. 94 Eliza Omirou, 6-4, 2-6, 6-1, at No. 19 Wake Forest … Tallied a 6-1, 6-1 victory against Miranda Ramirez of No. 25 Syracuse … Downed Brooke Broda, 6-4, 6-1, at Notre Dame in her final ACC match … Registered a 6-4, 6-3 victory against Caroline Daxhelet of Virginia Tech in the ACC Championship quarterfinals … Went 2-0 in the NCAA Team Championship, first defeating LIU Brooklyn’s Jessica Brzozowska, 6-1, 6-1, and then topping Ksenia Kuznetsova, 6-2, 6-4, in her home finale … Logged a 15-10 record in spring doubles action, competing with four different partners, at the No. 2 and No. 3 spots … Teamed with Ulyana Shirokova at No. 12 Oklahoma State for a 6-2 victory against Sofia Blanco/Shir Hornung, the former of whom made the NCAA Doubles Championship final … Logged a 6-0 decision against Camilla Abbate/Dominika Sujova at Baylor … Partnered with Ana Madcur for the final two-plus months of the season and went 7-4 in ACC play … Beat No. 16 Florida State’s Gabriela Castaneda/Nandini Das, 6-3 … At sixth-ranked Georgia Tech, topped Victoria Flores/Nami Otsuka, 6-4 … Notched a 7-5 triumph against No. 16 Sara Daavettila/Alle Sanford of top-ranked North Carolina … Recorded a 6-3 decision over Sofya Golubovskaya/Anna Shkudun of No. 25 Syracuse … In the quarterfinals of the ACC Championship, registered a 6-3 victory over Virginia Tech’s Sarah Baron/Katherine Butler … Logged a 9-2 record in fall singles competition, defeating four of five ranked opponents … Went 4-0 at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic to win the title … Over the course of two days, logged a 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 victory against No. 60 Stefana Andrei of UL-Monroe, a 6-2, 7-6 (7-3) triumph over No. 62 Leolia Jeanjean of Arkansas and a 2-6, 6-4, 6-2 decision versus No. 59 Miranda Ramirez of Syracuse in the final … Won all three of her matches at the Bedford Cup … Split her two matches at the Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championships, downing No. 34 Rosie Johanson of Virginia, 6-4, 6-2 … Went 1-1 at the Oracle ITA Fall National Championships … Went 2-1 in fall doubles competition, all with Ana Madcur during the Miami Fall Invite.
As a Junior (2016-17): First Team All-ACC … All-ACC Academic Team … ACC Player of the Week (4/18) … HERO Sports Hero of the Week Nominee (4/20)
Ended with a 23-13 overall singles record and a 14-13 doubles tally … Became the ninth player in program history to compete in the NCAA Singles Championship at least three times … Also became the ninth Hurricane to reach 100 career singles victories … Ranked in the top 25 in singles all spring, peaking at sixth nationally and finishing No. 21 … Fourth Hurricane to finish in the top 25 three times … Finished fifth in the ITA Southeast Region singles rankings … Twice ranked in doubles with Dominika Paterova, reaching as high as No. 47, and ranked six times with Maci Epstein, ascending as high as No. 59 … Led Miami in ranked singles victories, finishing 13-11 … Earned eight top-50 wins, including five versus the top 30, three against the top 15 and one versus the nation’s second-ranked player … Ranked second on the team in overall singles wins, as well as third in overall combined singles/doubles victories (37) and overall doubles triumphs … Concluded the spring with a 12-10 singles record, playing primarily at the No. 1 spot … In spring singles, finished second on the team in wins, dual match wins (11) and ACC wins (eight) … Missed three consecutive matches due to injury … Opened 2017 by topping No. 12 Aldila Sutjiadi of No. 20 Kentucky, 6-1, 6-3, in the Miami Spring Invite … Defeated No. 85 Rachel Pierson of No. 22 Texas A&M, 6-4, 6-1 … Registered a 6-1, 6-1 triumph over No. 26 NC State’s No. 30 Martina Frantova … Beat No. 67 Kimmy Guerin of No. 28 Wake Forest, 6-2, 6-3 … Earned a 6-1, 6-3 victory against No. 46 Clemson’s No. 83 Ayan Broomfield … At Virginia Tech, downed No. 102 Francesca Fusinato, 6-3, 6-3 … Picked up a 6-4, 6-1 triumph versus No. 118 Cassie Mercer at No. 43 Virginia to reach 100 career singles wins … Topped USF’s Ana Roman Dominguez, 6-2, 7-5, in the opening round of the NCAA Team Championship … Finished 7-11 in spring doubles action, playing at least once with all seven fellow Hurricanes, mainly at the No. 1 position … Registered a 6-2 win, with Ana Madcur, over ninth-ranked Vanderbilt’s Sydney Campbell/Emily Smith in the Miami Spring Invite … Teamed with Maci Epstein to take down No. 14 Rasheeda McAdoo/Johnnise Renaud at No. 11 Georgia Tech … With Dominika Paterova, logged a 7-5 victory in the ACC Championship quarterfinals versus Boston College’s Dasha Possokhova/Kylie Wilcox, 7-5 … Topped Vera Bessonova/Olga Martinez of USF in the NCAA Team Championship Round of 64 … Concluded the fall with an 11-3 record, while ranked a career-best fifth in the country … Led Miami in singles victories and singles winning percentage (.786) in the fall … Went 2-0 at the Miami Fall Invite … Posted a 4-1 record, all against top-50 players, at the Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championships and won the back draw title … Defeated No. 15 Saska Gavrilovksa of Texas A&M, 5-7, 6-2, 6-1, No. 42 Francesca Fusinato of Virginia Tech, 6-3, 6-3, No. 17 Arianne Hartono of Ole Miss, 1-6, 7-5, 6-3, and second-ranked Luisa Stefani of Pepperdine, 6-4, 7-5, in the final … Posted a 2-0 mark at the Wolverine Invitational, topping No. 41 Kate Fahey of Michigan, 6-3, 6-2 … Went 3-2 at the USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships, advancing to the back draw title match and downing No. 41 Kate Fahey of Michigan, 6-3, 0-6, 6-3, along the way … Tallied a 7-2 fall doubles record, all with Paterova … Tied for the team lead in the fall in both doubles victories and doubles winning percentage (.778) … Notched a 3-0 mark at the Miami Fall Invite … Went 2-1 at the Wolverine Invitational … Concluded the ITA Southeast Regional Championships with a 2-1 mark after advancing to the quarterfinals.
As a Sophomore (2015-16): ITA All-American (Singles) … First Team All-ACC … All-ACC Academic Team … ACC Player of the Week (3/29/16)
Finished with overall records of 40-6 in singles and 20-14 in doubles … Went 23-6 versus ranked singles players … Seeded eighth in the NCAA Singles Championship, becoming the first Miami player with a top-eight seed since 2011 … Advanced to the NCAA Singles Championship semifinals to become the seventh Hurricane—eighth appearance—to reach the Final Four … One of 13 sophomores named an ITA All-American and the sixth Hurricane to garner the accolade as a freshman and sophomore … Tied for the third-most wins in a season at Miami and became the fifth player in program history to reach 40 wins in a campaign … Also became first Hurricane with two 38-win seasons and the second to eclipse 35 twice … Ranked in the top nine in singles all spring, peaking and finishing at sixth, making her the top-ranked sophomore and third-highest-ranked international player on the list … Placed second on the final ITA Southeast Region singles list … Ranked in doubles for one week, checking in at No. 55 with Clara Tanielian in the March 8 release … Paced Miami in overall singles wins, overall ranked singles victories and overall singles winning percentage (.870) … Amassed 22 top-80 wins, 16 top-40 victories, 11 top-30 triumphs and seven top-20 wins, including downing a pair of top-10 opponents … Tallied an 8-4 record against ITA singles All-Americans … Was 29-2 in spring singles competition, including 23-1 in dual matches, 13-0 in the ACC, 17-2 versus ranked opponents and 21-0 at No. 2 … Did not drop a match versus an unranked player … Lost 11 sets the entire spring, including just five in her final 22 matches … Led Miami in every spring singles wins category … Went 25-0 in stretch of 27 matches spanning 113 days (Feb. 6-May 28), dropping just five sets and winning 18 consecutive outings … Won both matches in the Miami Spring Invite to begin the year, including topping No. 33 Astra Sharma of top-ranked Vanderbilt, 7-5, 2-6, 1-0 (10-6) … Beat No. 31 Andie Dikosavljevic of No. 41 Auburn, 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 … At the ITA National Team Indoor Championship, defeated No. 77 Gabriela Talaba of No. 17 Texas Tech, 6-2, 6-3, playing at No. 1, and downed No. 38 Vladica Babic of No. 10 Oklahoma State, the eventual NCAA Team Championship runner-up, 2-6, 6-2, 6-0 … Toppled No. 27 Whitney Kay, 6-3, 7-6 (7-2), at sixth-ranked North Carolina … Topped No. 28 Kaitlyn McCarthy on the road at ninth-ranked Duke, 7-6 (7-4), 6-3 … Recorded a 6-4, 7-6 (7-5) triumph over No. 16 Julia Elbaba of No. 12 Virginia … Went 3-0 in the ACC Championship, including topping No. 41 Paige Hourigan of No. 15 Georgia Tech, 7-5, 7-5, in the semifinals and No. 39 Whitney Kay of second-ranked North Carolina, 6-2, 7-5, in the final … Went 2-0 in the NCAA Team Championship, including down No. 19 Brienne Minor of No. 10 Michigan, 6-3, 6-2, in the Sweet 16 … In the NCAA Singles Championship, beat No. 19 Brienne Minor again, this time 6-3, 6-4, then topped No. 59 Jessica Golovin of LSU, 6-2, 6-4, following that with a 6-4, 6-4 victory over No. 35 Desirae Krawczyk of Arizona State to earn a second straight berth in the quarterfinals, in which she downed No. 10 Breaunna Addison of Texas, 6-2, 6-4, for her fourth win over an eventual ITA singles All-American in span of five matches, clinching a Final Four trip … Went 18-10 in spring doubles play with two partners, including 15-10 in dual matches, all at No. 2, and 9-3 in the ACC … Started 4-0 and finished 6-4 with Ana Madcur, plus went 12-6 with Clara Tanielian … Paced Miami in spring doubles wins and ted for the lead in dual match doubles wins … With Madcur, posted a 6-1 victory against Julia Elbaba/Cassie Mercer of No. 12 Virginia … Playing with Tanielian, toppled No. 31 Jessie Aney/Kate Vialle, 6-3, at sixth-ranked North Carolina … Earned a win in the ACC Championship title match over No. 89 Jessie Aney/Kate Vialle of second-ranked North Carolina, 6-2 … Logged two victories during the NCAA Team Championship, including defeating No. 10 Michigan’s Kate Fahey/Alex Najarian, 6-2, in the Sweet 16 … Was 11-4 in fall singles play, including 6-4 versus ranked players … Tied for the Miami lead in ranked fall singles wins … Ranked No. 13 in the fall … Beat No. 23 Jasmine Lee of Mississippi State, 7-5, 4-6, 6-3, at Oracle/ITA Masters … Went 3-0 at the Puerto Rico College Challenge … Defeated four top-30 players to become the first Hurricane to reach the title match of the Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championships … First, knocked off third-ranked Julia Elbaba of Virginia, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2, for the highest-ranked win of her career, then topped No. 18 Rachel Pierson of Texas A&M, 6-1, 6-3, followed by posting a 6-7 (4-7), 6-1, 6-1 victory against No. 15 Taylor Davidson of eventual NCAA champion Stanford and then a dominant 6-1, 6-2 triumph over No. 29 Ellen Perez of Georgia … Notched a pair of wins at USTA/ITA Southeast Regionals … Registered one victory at USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships … Posted a 2-4 mark in fall doubles action … With Ana Madcur, won one match at the Puerto Rico College Challenge and another in USTA/ITA Southeast Regionals.
As a Freshman (2014-15): ITA All-American (Singles) … ACC Freshman of the Year … Second Team All-ACC
Recorded an overall mark of 38-8 in singles and 22-12 in doubles … Tied for the then-fifth-most singles wins in a season in program history … Tied for the team lead in overall singles wins … Reached the quarterfinals of the NCAA Singles Championship … Ended the season as the nation’s third-highest ranked freshman in singles and was one of five freshmen (four true) named an ITA All-American … Ranked in the top 45 in singles all spring and finished at No. 20 … Earned the fifth spot in the year-end ITA Southeast Region singles rankings … Peaked at No. 37 in spring doubles rankings with Wendy Zhang … Led Miami in spring singles wins (23), dual match singles wins (17), singles/doubles spring wins (37), and singles/doubles dual match wins (28) … Posted a 23-4 record in spring singles, including 10-2 in ACC play and 11-4 against nationally-ranked opponents … Lone loss to an unranked foe was to a teammate … Played every dual match at No. 1 or No. 2 … Won 6-2, 7-5 against No. 56 Danielle Spielmann of seventh-ranked Alabama at ITA National Team Indoor Championships … Defeated No. 58 Romy Koelzer of No. 14 Clemson, 6-4, 7-5 … Beat No. 92 Johnnise Renaud of No. 51 Georgia Tech, 6-3, 6-2 … Recorded a 5-7, 6-0, 6-3 win against 2014 NCAA Singles Championship winner No. 31 Danielle Collins of eighth-ranked Virginia … Won 6-0, 6-4 over No. 38 Ester Goldfeld of No. 24 Duke … Earned a 6-3, 6-4 victory over No. 119 Kerrie Cartwright of No. 70 Florida State … In the quarterfinals of the ACC Championship, defeated No. 118 Kerrie Cartwright of No. 73 Florida State, 6-4, 7-6 (7-4) … Won a pair of matches in the NCAA Team Championship, beating Michelle Valdez of North Florida, 6-1, 6-1, in the first round and taking down No. 82 Arianne Hartono of No. 23 Ole Miss, 6-1, 6-3, in the second round … Recorded three wins in the NCAA Singles Championship, defeating fifth-ranked Lauren Herring of Georgia, 6-1, 6-4, No. 20 Caroline Price of North Carolina, 7-6 (7-3), 7-5, and No. 32 Natalie Beazant of Rice, 7-5, 6-1 … Posted a 14-9 record in spring doubles, including 4-2 at the No. 1 position, while playing with two different partners … Teamed with Wendy Zhang for a 7-6 (8-6) win over Natalia Maynetto/Luicelena Perez of seventh-ranked Alabama at ITA National Team Indoor Championships … Won 8-3, with Zhang, against Samantha Asch/Luisa Fernandez of No. 53 Wake Forest … Paired with Zhang for an 8-4 victory against No. 14 Clemson’s Daniela Ruiz/Joana Eidukonyte … Earned an 8-6 win, with Zhang, over Natasha Prokhnevska/Johnnise Renaud of No. 51 Georgia Tech … Teamed with Stephanie Wagner for an 8-3 win against Caroline Daxhelet/Francesca Fusinato of No. 47 Virginia Tech … Recorded an 8-0 win, with Wagner, over Chloe Willetts/Ariana Rodriguez of Louisville at the No. 1 spot … Earned her first spring doubles win over a ranked opponent at the ACC Championship, pairing with Wagner to defeat No. 69 Danieka Borthwick/Yukako Noi of No. 73 Florida State, 8-7 (7-3), at the No. 1 position … Won 8-1, with Wagner, at the No. 1 spot against North Florida’s Esther Zuniga/Taylor Hollander in the opening round of the NCAA Team Championship … Compiled a 15-4 record in fall singles … Recorded four wins to reach the Singles B Draw Final at the USTA Clay Court Invitational … Picked up three wins at USTA/ITA Southeast Regionals, including a 4-6, 6-2, 6-1 victory over No. 24 Yana Koroleva of FIU … Beat No. 89 Belinda Woolcock of Florida, 6-3, 4-6, 6-1, and No. 79 Yukako Noi of Florida State, 6-7, 7-6, 6-3, at the Bedford Cup … Took down No. 115 Natalie Maynetto of Alabama, 6-1, 4-6, 6-3, at the Duke Fab Four … Teamed with two different partners in fall doubles, posting an 8-3 record … Along with Zhang, defeated Stefani Stojic/Belinda Woolcock of Florida, 8-6, to win the Doubles 1 Bracket title at the Bedford Cup … Won a pair of matches with Wagner at the Duke Fab Four, including an 8-1 result over Duke’s Ester Goldfeld/Samantha Harris.
Prior to Miami: Reached a No. 184 ITF Juniors ranking … Received a WTA ranking at age 18, despite having played in just four $10,000 tournaments … Ranked No. 1 in her age group in Ireland from U-10 through U-18 and ranked as the No. 2 player in Ireland since she was 16 … In January 2013, she defeated an opponent ranked in the top 250 by the WTA … Won the Irish Open doubles tournament from U-12 through U-18 … Participated in the Irish Fed Cup in 2011, 2012 and 2013 … Played in the U-14 European Championships in 2008 and 2009, the U-16 European Championships in 2011 and the U-18 European Championships in 2012 … Won two grade 5 tournaments in Ireland in 2011 as well as a grade 4 in Latvia the same year, followed by winning a grade 4 in the Netherlands in 2012 … Won the Irish Open U-18 and National Senior Indoors in 2011 … Won the National Indoors U-18 in 2010 and the U-14 British Open in 2009 … Won the U-14 European doubles title in 2008 in Denmark … Ranked as high as No. 24 on the U-14 European Tour.
Personal: Full name is Sinead Brid Lohan … First name is pronounced Shuh-NAYD … Born Feb. 10, 1995 … Parents are Ger Lohan and Cáit Ní Shé … Has an older brother, Fergus, and a younger brother, Morgan, who is on the NC State tennis team … Both of her parents are teachers … Majoring in economics … Enjoys reading and music … Favorite athlete is Irish boxer Katie Taylor, an Olympic gold medalist … Chose Miami because of the academics, the coaches and the tennis program.
*RNK = record vs. ranked opponents