Women's Tennis 2006-07 (2024)

Women's Tennis 2006-07 (1)

Women's Tennis 2006-07 (2)

2007 MWC all-academic selection
2008 All-MWC Singles Performer

Singles-Earned one win in the SDSU Fall Classic I over Maria Raygada, 6-2, 6-1, of San Diego ... Defeated Abbie Probert, 6-4, 6-2, of Colorado during the SDSU Fall Classic II ... Posted two wins at the ITA West Regionals over Angelia De Miestre of Pepperdine, 6-0, 6-0, and Bryanna Ojeda of UCSB, 6-1, 6-1.
Doubles-While paired with Milana Yuspov for the SDSU Fall Classic I, the duo defeated Perl/Raygada of San Diego, 8-4, and Tamborini/Faulkner also of San Diego, 8-2 ... Teamed with Yusupov for both the ITA West Regionals and the SDSU Fall Classic II, but the duo fell short in both tournaments.

AS A JUNIOR (2007-08)
Became the third Aztec in six years to win the ITA West Region Cisse Leary Sportsmanship Award ... Earned her first career all-Mountain West Conference award in singles.
Singles - Compiled a team-high 23 victories, which ranks eighth on the Aztec single-season charts ... Opened tournament play by claiming the consolation title at the SDSU Fall Classic ... Advanced to the round of 32 at the Wilson/ITA West Regionals ... Reached the semifinals of the second SDSU Fall Classic ... Played most of the spring season in the No. 4 slot and posted an impressive 7-1 record in MWC action ... Kicked off a seven-match win streak with a 6-0, 6-0 blanking of Penn[apos]s Michelle Mitchell ... Cruised to straight-set victories over Utah[apos]s Erin Monson, BYU[apos]s Dolly Chang and New Mexico[apos]s Emma Hayman ... Pulled out a 3-6, 7-6(3), 10-7 triumph over Katariina Tuohimaa of TCU ... Streak came to an end with a heartbreaking 7-6, 6-7, 10-7 loss to UNLV[apos]s Anna Maskaljun ... Bounced back to close out the regular season with four straight wins ... Fell to Hayman of UNM, 4-6, 4-1, ret., in the MWC quarterfinals.
Doubles - Racked up a team-leading 15 doubles victories, partnering with four different Aztecs ... Played the entire fall season next to Julia Trunk, going 4-2 in tournament play ... The duo combined for a four-match win streak to start dual-match play ... Earned an 8-5 triumph over Injejikian/Akhmedova of Cal State Fullerton in the Aztecs[apos] season-opening victory ... Also cruised past Gonzaga[apos]s Lederhouse/MacWilliam, 8-3 ... Outlasted Malovic/Wong of Washington, 9-8(4) ... The tandem was the first off the court in a doubles sweep over Loyola Marymount, defeating Bulkley/Nixon, 8-4 ... Streak came to an end at the hands of Long Beach State[apos]s Armstrong/Sutton ... Went on to pair with Milana Yusupov for four wins, including a nail-biting 8-7(8) victory over Harvard[apos]s Stewart/Curto ... Closed out the season alongside Kathryn Kitts ... The pair went 3-0 in MWC play before falling to New Mexico[apos]s Hayman/Tessman in the quarterfinals of the league championships.

AS A SOPhom*oRE (2006-07)
Singles - Finished the campaign second on the team with 20 victories and tops in dual-match competition with 16 ... Started off the fall tournament season with a narrow 5-7, 6-3, 6-3 decision over Denver[apos]s Kyla Iwinski at the SDSU Fall Classic I ... Cruised to two early wins at the Wilson/ITA West Regional Championships, defeating Nina Burgoon of Long Beach State, 6-1, 6-0, and Cal State Fullerton[apos]s Brandy Andrews, 6-1, 6-1 ... Could not advance to the round of 16, however, falling to Arizona[apos]s Danielle Steinberg in straight-sets ... Came back the next day to defeat USD[apos]s Helene Lindstrand, 6-3, 6-4, in a consolation singles match ... Alternated between the No. 3, 4 and 5 positions in the spring ... After starting the dual-match season at 4-7, won 11 of her last 13 meetings to finish with a 15-9 mark ... Also had an impressive 7-1 record in MWC play ... Cruised to a 6-3, 6-1 win over Wyoming[apos]s Andrea House to clinch the match for the Aztecs ... Closed out the regular season with four consecutive straight-set victories, including a 6-0, 6-0 shutout over USD[apos]s Justine Perl ... Led New Mexico[apos]s Mackenzie White, 7-5, 3-2 in the quarterfinals of the MWC tournament before the match was abandoned ... Led Florida State[apos]s Carolin Walter, 6-0, 3-4, before the Seminoles clinched the match.
Doubles - Posted an overall record of 5-11 and a dual match record of 3-7, playing with seven different partners ... Kicked off the fall tournament season by pairing with Milana Yusupov to defeat Bigos/Tunaru of Alabama, 8-4, at the SDSU Fall Classic I ... All three dual match wins came with different partners .... Teamed with Alesya Vidov to squeeze past Le/Tran of Cal State Fullerton, 9-8, for her first doubles victory of the season in dual-match play ... Paired with Milana Yusupov to dispose of Iowa[apos]s Berry/Klockenga, 8-4, before partnering with Sisse Nielsen four days later to take an 8-5 decision over LMU[apos]s Fermin/Tanner ... Also teamed with Nielsen in the MWC tournament quarterfinals ... The twosome was trailing New Mexico[apos]s Sotirchos/Quintal, 6-7, before the Lobos clinched the match.

AS A FRESHMAN (2005-06)
Singles - Completed her first season on Montezuma Mesa with an 18-15 overall record and a 14-10 mark in dual-match competition... Won her first two matches as an Aztec at the Wilson/ITA West Regional Championships... Kicked off the tournament with a 6-0, 6-2 decision over CS Fullerton[apos]s Jessica Winkler before shutting out Hana Im of CS Northridge, 6-0, 6-0... Was unable to advance in the bracket, however, falling to eventual runner-up Elena Gantcheva of UNLV, 6-4, 6-2 in the round of 32... Also defeated Rice University[apos]s Amy Cao, 6-0, 6-2, at the San Diego State Fall Classic and breezed past Julia Sandborn of Hawai[apos]i, 6-1, 6-1, at the Rainbow Wahine Invitational. Played the majority of the spring season at the No. 6 position, while seeing limited action in the No. 5 slot... Won four in a row to open dual-match play, punctuated by a 6-2, 6-1 victory over Loyola Marymount[apos]s Sladjana Kos... After dropping decisions against California and USC, she started another streak beginning with a 6-3, 6-2 performance versus Merve Asimgil of Pepperdine... Four more wins would follow, including a three-set triumph over Oregon[apos]s Anna Leksinska at No. 5... Her gritty 6-7, 7-5, 7-6 effort sealed the Aztecs[apos] come-from-behind upset victory vs. the 36th-ranked Ducks... Posted a 6-1, 6-4 win over Jessica Watts of Utah in the MWC opener... Experienced minimal difficulty in a 6-2, 6-1 decision over Zoe Taylor of crosstown rival USD... At the MWC tournament, she tied the Aztecs[apos]match with New Mexico at 2-2 after her 6-3, 7-5 triumph over Mackenzie White... Trailed Elizabeth Lumpkin of UCLA, 5-4, in the first set when the match was abandoned at the NCAA tournament.
Doubles - Finished the season with an overall record of 11-17 and a dual-match mark of 9-14... Played with four different partners over the course of the year... Reached the finals of the San Diego State Fall Classic along with Alesya Vidov as the Aztec duo notched wins over Cao/Braid of Rice (8-4) and New Mexico[apos]s Quintal/Sotirchos of New Mexico (8-6)... Came up short in the title match, however, dropping a narrow 8-6 decision to Brown/Lindstrand of USD... Started the spring with Vidov, crushing Sakhakorn/Khoury of UC Riverside, 8-2, and CS Fullerton[apos]s Tran/Le, 8-0 in SDSU[apos]s season-opening doubleheader sweep... Joined forces with with Eliska Krausova to knock off Hubl/Kos of Loyola Marymount, 8-2... Teamed with Milana Yusupov to beat Shrubb/King of Idaho, 8-2, in Seattle, Wash.... The duo returned the next day to help the Aztecs claim the doubles point against No. 38 Washington with a 9-7 nail-biter over the Huskies[apos] Svanfeldt/Wong... Combined with Yuki Hagiwara for an 8-4 conquest of Wyoming[apos]s Brown/Chien... Rejoined Krausova at New Mexico, helping the Scarlet and Black clinch the crucial doubles point with their 8-4 effort over Quintal/Ryba... At the MWC Tournament, she and Yusupov had their match abandoned while leading Quintal/Sotirchos of UNM, 7-4... At the NCAA tournament, the two found themselves on the short end of an 8-2 score against UCLA[apos]s Joelson/Lin.

Attended Faithful Ambassadors Bible Baptist Academy... Played six years of junior tennis because her high school did not offer sports... Was the San Diego junior tennis player of the year for the 12-, 14-, 16- and 18-year old divisions... Was the top player in San Diego for six years... Has held a national top 25 ranking and was ranked among the top 10 in Southern California during her junior tennis career... Played on the San Diego team that won the Billie Jean King Junior Team Tennis championship in 2004... Is the first person from her high school to earn an athletic scholarship to a Division I school.

Born in San Diego, Calif.... Enjoys going to rock concerts and listening to underground bands... Lists LaDainian Tomlinson, Drew Brees, Tony Gwynn, Roger Federer and Justine Henin-Hardenne as her favorite athletes... Studying criminal justice at San Diego State with aspirations to become an FBI agent..

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