|Previous School:||Olympic Reserve College|
AS A SENIOR (2012)
Earned second team all-conference honors after posting a career-high 16 singles wins...despite battling injury all season, went 16-7 in singles play and 15-7 in doubles matches in her final season with the Hornets...played mostly at No. 6 singles, going 9-4, while also seeing time at No. 4 and No. 5...went 5-0 in Big Sky play...won 11 of her last 14 singles matches, including two wins in the Big Sky Tournament...partnered with fellow senior Clarisse Baca for all 22 of her doubles matches...went 12-6 at No. 2 doubles, 2-1 at No. 1 and 1-0 at No. 3...won seven straight doubles matches before the NCAA Tournament at Cal... helped the Hornets to their 11th straight Big Sky Conference title and continue their winning streak of 92 straight matches against conference opponents.
AS A JUNIOR (2011)
Tallied a 14-11 singles mark in her junior season, including 8-0 in Big Sky Conference play...finished the Big Sky Conference Tournament on a seven-match winning streak...played primarily at No. 3 singles where she amassed an 11-7 record...won 6-0, 6-0 over Montana State’s Paulina Lopez in the semifinals of the Big Sky Conference Tournament...posted singles win over foes from No. 67 ranked Fresno State and No. 60 UC Davis...defeated UC Davis’ Ellie Edles by a 6-2, 6-1 score...recorded a 20-5 record in doubles play, all matches with teammate Clarisse Baca...went 8-0 in conference doubles matches while playing mostly at No. 2 doubles, where she teamed up with Baca to go 15-3.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2010)
Earned first team all-Big Sky honors for the second straight season...posted a perfect 6-0 record in Big Sky competition which included a 3-0 record at the No. 2 position and the same record at the No. 3 singles spot in the Hornets lineup...collected a 6-0, 6-0 victory at the No. 3 position against Weber State...finished the season winning eight of her last nine matches...collected a 17-4 mark in doubles play, which included a 7-0 record inside of the Big Sky...constructed a 7-0 record with Clarisse Baca and a 7-2 mark with Aileen Tsan in doubles competition for the spring.
AS A FRESHMAN (2009)
Joined team in the spring and made an immediate impact, earning first team all-Big Sky honors...posted a 15-6 singles record...was named Big Sky Conference Player of the Week on four occasions, the most of any player in the conference...upset No. 122 ranked Lindsay Burdette of Stanford on April 1, 6-1, 1-6, 1-0 (10-8)...came back from down 5-2 in the super tiebreak to post the victory...split time between the top three singles positions for the Hornets, posting a 4-1 mark at the top of the order, a 7-4 mark at No. 2 and a 4-1 mark at No. 3...was 7-0 in Big Sky play...was 16-5 in doubles action, all with partner Aileen Tsan...missed the Big Sky Tournament due to injury competed in the NCAA Tournament against Michigan.