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AS A SENIOR (2012)
Named Big Sky MVP for the third consecutive season...tallied a 15-11 singles record and 19-5 doubles mark in her senior season with the Hornets...played all 26 singles matches at No. 1 while facing off against seven nationally ranked foes...ended the regular season on a six-match winning streak before taking both of her No. 1 singles match in the Big Sky Conference Tournament...posted a team-best 19 doubles wins, including a 17-4 record at No. 1 doubles...played primarily with Rebeca Delgado as the tandem went 17-5 together...helped the Hornets to their 11th straight Big Sky Conference title and continue their winning streak of 92 straight matches against conference opponents...completed her three-year career with an undefeated Big Sky Conference singles and doubles record.
AS A JUNIOR (2011)
Named Big Sky Conference MVP for the second straight season..pPosted an 11-8 mark in singles play, all at No. 1, in her second season with the Hornets...was ranked as high as No. 77...was ranked No. 103 heading into the Big Sky Conference tournament...defeated Northern Arizona’s Edit Suhajda, 6-2, 6-0, at No. 1 in the conference tournament title match...defeated one ranked foe, No. 85 Alex Poorta of Saint Mary’s, 7-6 (4), 6-1 on Feb. 6...went a combined 16-6 in double play...mostly paired with Rebeca Delgado at No. 1 doubles, the tandem tallied a 14-6 mark, 5-1 in the Big Sky.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2010)
Earned Big Sky MVP honors after posting a perfect 8-0 mark at the No. 1 singles position in conference play...became the third Hornet woman in the last eight years to earn Big Sky MVP, joining Margarita Karnaukhova (2003-06) and Katrina Zheltova (2007-09), who had won the award the previous seven years...had a moment of Big Sky dominance on March 30th as she posted a pair of 6-0, 6-0 road victories at Idaho State and Weber State...finished the regular season 16-7 record including a 9-3 mark at the No. 1 position...two of her loses at No. 1 came to ranked opponents in three sets...fell in three sets to California’s Jana Juricova, ranked No. 2 at the time by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, 0-6, 6-4, 4-6...posted a mark of 19-4 in doubles play, including a perfect 8-0 in Big Sky matches...went 13-2 with her regular partner, Delgado, and the tandem went a perfect 7-0 at No. 1 doubles.
AS A FRESHMAN (2009)
Did not play.