|Previous School:||High School No. 15|
AS A JUNIOR (2008)
Posted a 20-5 dual match record in her third season, playing four different positions in the lineup...earned second team all-Big Sky Conference honors...posted an 8-1 mark at No. 4 singles and 10-3 at No. 5...went 6-1 in Big Sky Conference play...recorded the Hornets’ lone point in a loss at 17th-ranked Texas with a 7-6 (2), 6-4 victory over Maggie Mello at the No.4 position...earned Big Sky Player of the Week honors on March 4...was 14-8 in dual-match doubles play, including a 12-6 mark with Luba Schifris...overall, including the fall season, she posted a 25-9 record in singles play, and 17-10 in doubles play.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2007)
Went 9-1 during the year with all 10 matches coming at No. 6…did not lose a game in her final three matches prior to the NCAA Tournament…dropped three games or less in seven of her nine wins…finished 6-6 in doubles while playing with three different partners…was 5-4 with Joyce Martinez Gutierrez, including 3-0 at No. 3...a Big Sky all-academic selection.
AS A FRESHMAN (2006)
In her first season at Sacramento State, compiled a 10-10 singles record...finished 1-1 at the No. 1 spot, 5-1 at the No. 3 spot and 4-9 at the No. 4 spot...was an undefeated 6-0 in Big Sky Conference play, with five of those victories coming in straight sets...went 1-6 with teammate Luba Schifris at the No. 2 doubles spot and 2-1 with teammate Svetlana Pimenova at the No. 3 doubles spot...during the Big Sky postseason tournament, defeated Montana’s Martyna Nowak 6-0, 6-0 at the No. 4 spot in the semifinals.
PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE
Graduated from No. 15 High School in Almanty, Kazakhstan...played on the Kazakhstan Fed Cup team in 2003.
Born Dec. 8, 1984...daughter of Tatyana and Arthur Jarlkaganova...a business major with a 3.60 gpa.