As a Sophomore (2021-22): All-ACC Academic Team … ITA Scholar-Athlete
Finished 29-10 in singles and 17-10 in doubles … Peaked at No. 36 in the ITA doubles rankings alongside Diana Khodan … Earned her first ranked singles win … Paced Miami in overall singles winning percentage (.744) and spring singles winning percentage (.800), plus tied for the lead in overall singles wins … Finished second on the team in combined singles/doubles winning percentage (.697), spring singles victories (20), ACC singles winning percentage (.727) and ACC doubles winning percentage (.667), while tying for second in dual match singles victories (17) and ACC singles victories (eight) … Placed third in combined singles/doubles victories (46), dual match singles winning percentage (.773) and tied for third in both spring doubles victories (13) and dual match doubles victories (12) … Went 20-5 in spring singles competition, including 17-5 in dual matches and 8-3 in ACC play, splitting time between the No. 4 and No. 5 positions … Tallied a 9-0 mark in a 10-match stretch from 3/27 through 5/7 … In the Miami Spring Invite, topped No. 117 Malaika Rapolu of the eventual NCAA champion, Texas, 7-6 (7-5), 6-2, for her first ranked victory … Beat No. 15 USC’s Sloane Morra, 7-6 (8-6), 6-4, at the No. 4 spot … Registered a 6-3, 7-5 decision against No. 61 Florida State’s Anna Arkadianou at the No. 4 position … Posted a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Hibah Shaikh at No. 11 Virginia … Earned a perfect 6-0, 6-0 win against Margaryta Bilokin of No. 10 Duke … Topped Gia Cohen of No. 32 Georgia Tech, 6-0, 6-4, in the ACC Championship quarterfinals … Beat Margaryta Bilokin, 6-3, 7-5, of fifth-ranked Duke in the ACC semifinals … Downed No. 61 Stetson’s Noa Cohen, 6-1, 6-2, to clinch an NCAA Team Championship first-round win … Took down No. 21 UCF’s Nandini Sharma, 6-4, 6-1, to clinch the NCAA Round of 32 victory … Finished 13-7 in spring doubles action, including 12-6 in dual matches and 4-2 in ACC play … Played exclusively at the No. 3 position alongside Isabella Pfennig … In the Miami Spring Invite, defeated Gabby Cusano/Simran Kortikere of Texas, the eventual national champion … Topped Sloane Morra/Danielle Wilson of No. 15 USC, 6-1 … Recorded a 6-1 victory over No. 17 Old Dominion’s Marina Alcaide/Shahar Biran … Won, 6-0, against Anique Kattenberg/Noel Saidenova of No. 19 UCF … Earned a second straight 6-0 triumph by beating Gia Cohen/Ruth Marsh of No. 47 Georgia Tech … Beat Saby Nihalani/Peyton Pesavento, 6-1, at No. 15 Wake Forest … Logged a 6-2 decision versus Elaine Chervinsky/Natasha Subhash at No. 11 Virginia … Downed Kelly Chen/Georgia Drummy of No. 10 Duke, 6-3 … In the NCAA Team Championship Round of 64, defeated No. 61 Stetson’s Noa Cohen/Anais Gabriel, 6-1 … Amassed a 9-5 record in fall singles play … Went 1-3 in the Fall Ranked Spotlight, defeating NC State’s Amelia Rajecki, 6-2, 6-2, for her first win as a Hurricane … Tallied a 3-0 record in the June Stewart Invitational, including beating Yufei Long of host Vanderbilt, 6-3, 7-5 … Posted a 3-2 mark in the ITA Southeast Regional Championships, including beating USF’s Amelie Boy, 6-0, 6-1, in the consolation quarterfinals … Finished 2-0 in the Miami Fall Invite, including logging a win over Duke’s Margaryta Bilokin, 6-4, 6-2 … Compiled a 4-3 fall doubles record, all with Pfennig … Totaled a 2-1 mark in the June Stewart Invitational, including defeating Kentucky’s Maialen Morante/Florencia Urrutia, 6-2 … Went 1-1 in the ITA Southeast Regional Championships … Registered a 1-1 record in the Miami Fall Invite, taking down Kentucky’s Carla Girbau/Florencia Urrutia, 6-2.
As a Freshman at Baylor (2020-21): Finished 17-3 in singles and 25-8 in doubles … Ended the year No. 58 in the country in doubles … Placed fifth in the ITA Texas Region … Won her lone match against a ranked pair … Paced the team in doubles winning percentage (.757) and dual match doubles winning percentage (.833), while tying for second in doubles victories and dual match doubles victories (20) … Logged an 11-2 spring singles record, all in dual matches … Competed primarily at the No. 6 position, peaking at No. 5 … Won both her matches in Big 12 play … Earned unblemished 6-0, 6-0 victories in the first two spring matches of her career, both against Prairie View A&M, first topping Salma Villalobos and then defeating Anette Lira later in the day … Earned a 3-6, 6-4, 6-0 triumph over Metka Komac of No. 29 Texas Tech … Beat No. 42 Iowa State’s Sofia Cabezas, 6-0, 6-2, for her first conference singles victory … Tallied a 6-0, 6-1 win over Isabel Pascual at TCU, at the No. 5 position … Recorded a 6-3, 6-2 decision versus Ting-Pei Chang of No. 36 Iowa State in the Big 12 Tournament semifinals … Downed Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s Victoire Delattre, 6-1, 6-1, in the opening round of the NCAA Team Championship … Registered a 20-4 doubles mark in spring action, all in dual matches … Played in all three spots in the lineup, but mainly competed at No. 3 … Finished 5-1 in Big 12 play … In a doubleheader against Prairie View A&M in her first spring action, first defeated Ruju Chauhan/Jessica Lackey, 6-4, at the No. 2 spot and then beat Victoria Castillo/Mahogani Green, 6-2, at No. 1 … Recorded a 6-1 triumph over Charlotte Chavatipon/Peyton Stearns at third-ranked Texas, the eventual NCAA champion … Won, 7-5, at the top position versus Abilene Christian’s Claire Fisher/Ileana Mocciola … Posted a 6-1 decision versus Nell Miller/Margarita Skriabina of No. 29 Texas Tech … Downed Sofia Cabezas/Christin Hsieh of No. 42 Iowa State, 6-3, in her first Big 12 match … Logged a 6-4 victory over Tiffany Lagarde/Carmen Roxana Manu at No. 49 Kansas State … Tallied a 6-2 win versus Metka Komac/Nell Miller at No. 28 Texas Tech … Blanked Leopoldine Boisseau/Victoire Delattre of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in the NCAA Team Championship opening round … Edged No. 41 Kelly Chen/Georgia Drummy, 7-6 (7-3), of No. 18 Duke in the Round of 32 for her first ranked decision … Notched a 6-1 singles record in the fall … Went 3-0 at the TCU Invitational, including topping North Texas’ Kexuan Zhou, 6-3, 6-3, to begin her singles career … Won her lone match at the H-E-B Baylor vs. Texas Shootout, defeating Marta Perez Mur, 6-2, 6-4 … Compiled a 2-1 mark at the Aggie Halloween Classic … Recorded a 5-4 ledger in fall doubles competition … Finished 1-2 at the TCU Invitational, beating Maria Ponomareva/Nidhi Surapaneni of North Texas, 6-4, to start her doubles career … Notched a 3-0 mark at the H-E-B Baylor vs. Texas Shootout, edging three separate pairs of Longhorns … Capped the fall with a 1-2 showing at the Aggie Halloween Classic, posting a 6-1 win over Texas A&M’s Riley McQuaid/Lucia Quiterio.
Prior to College: Tabbed as the No. 10 player in the class of 2020 by TennisRecruiting.net, which labeled her a five-star, blue-chip recruit … Peaked at second overall in the website’s recruiting rankings in July 2020 and held the top spot on its TennisRPI list in August 2020 … Logged a 75-0 singles record, without ever dropping a set, in her prep career, competing for Clark High School … First person, male or female, in Nevada history to win four state titles in singles … Four-time Las Vegas Review Journal First Team All-State designee … Named the 2019 Las Vegas Sun Female Athlete of the Year … Served as team captain as a senior … Posted a 16-4 mark on the USTA Junior Circuit, including a 9-0 ledger versus fellow five-star prospects.
Personal: Full name is Audrey Sidney Boch-Collins … First part of last name is pronounced BOSH … Born June 8, 2001 … Parents are William Collins and Connie Boch … Father is a landscaper and mother is a nurse … Does not have any siblings … Great-grandfather played for the NFL’s Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1940’s … Grandfather played college football at Syracuse … Majoring in criminology with a minor in political science … Enjoys baking and cooking … Favorite athlete is Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo because of his work ethic, humility and humor … Best sports memory is breaking a tie to lead her team into the state tournament as a senior … As a match superstition, eats the same breakfast each day during a tournament … Chose Miami because of the atmosphere, the beautiful campus and the quality education … Committed to Miami over UC Santa Barbara, Nebraska, Oregon, and Texas A&M.
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*RNK = record vs. ranked opponents