Aleksandra Zenovka will be competing in the inaugural Oracle ITA National Fall Championships from Nov. 1-5.
The senior was one of 23 at-large selections for the inaugural Oracle ITA National Fall Championships.
The team picked up multiple victories between two tournaments this past weekend.
The Horned Frogs will split between the Midland Invitational and Duke Bonk Invitational this weekend.
Check out what junior Aleksandra Zenovka has been up to since returning to her hometown of Moscow, Russia.
2017 Academic All-Big 12 First Team
2016-17 (JUNIOR SEASON):Went 19-13 overall with 10 wins coming in singles and nine in doubles action ... went 5-1 during fall action in singles action and made it to the Round of 16 at the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational ... won three Big 12 singles matches against opponents from Kansas State, Oklahoma and Texas Tech ... defeated one ranked opponent in No. 120 Alex Valenstein of Texas Tech that helped TCU upset the No. 7 ranked Red Raiders in the home finale ... played at positions two through four during the spring with a 2-3 mark at No. 2, 3-1 mark at No. 3 and 0-1 mark at No. 4 ... paired up with Madison Tedford, Alexis Pereira and Seda Arantekin in doubles action ... went 3-0 with Pereira in doubles at the TCU Invitational to conclude fall action ... won first two doubles matches of the spring dual-match season with Pereira against UTEP and Abilene Christian ... got six total wins during dual-match play with the other wins coming over pairs from Alabama, Duke, North Texas and Columbia ... also named to the 2017 Academic All-Big 12 First Team
2015-16 (SOPHOMORE SEASON):Played her first full season as a Horned Frog with an overall mark of 32-22 with 24 of the victories coming in singles action ... went 24-12 overall in singles action with 12 of the victories coming in dual-match action ... went 6-1 in Big 12 singles action with wins over opponents from Kansas, Kansas State, Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and West Virginia ... longest winning streak was six matches during the spring season with the streak going from Feb. 25 to April 3 ... played at position three through five ... went 0-1 at No. 3, 2-1 at No. 4 and 10-3 at No. 5 ... went 6-3 in the last nine matches of the season ... during the fall, advanced to the quarterfinals of the singles portion of the USTA/ITA Texas Regional Championships ... defeated one ranked opponent in No. 94 Sarah Dvorak of Texas Tech ... posted eight wins in doubles ... paired with Alexis Pereira, Olaya Garrido-Rivas, Sofiko Kadzhaya and Mia King ... played at the No. 2 and No. 3 positions during dual-match play ... posted a 1-1 mark at the No. 2 spot and 2-2 mark at the No. 3 spot ... got all three wins during spring action is a row by pairing with Mia King for a 6-2 win over UMBC and Alexis Pereira for wins over West Virginia and Iowa State ... also named to the 2016 Academic All-Big 12 First Team
2014-15 (FRESHMAN SEASON):Finished her first season as a Horned Frogs with an overall record of 6-5 ... has a 3-3 record in singles action and a 3-2 mark in doubles ... mainly saw action in the fall ... went 1-1 at her first tournament -- the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational -- with am 8-4 win over Carolina Maso of Lamar ... went 2-2 in singles action at the Baylor HEB/Under Armour Fall Invite with wins over Eliza Long of Baylor (6-2, 3-6, 7-5) and Laura Matuskova of South Alabama (6-3, 7-5) ... paired with Simona Parajova, Sofiko Kadzhaya and Palina Dubavets in doubles action ... won her first three doubles matches of her career with Parajova and Kadzhaya ... competed in one spring match with Dubavets in a 6-1 loss at No. 2 doubles against No. 70 Kansas on March 15.
High School/Amateur: Spent the last three years training and attending school in Spain, where she climbed up the WTA rankings ... reached a career-high WTA ranking of No. 854 and has seen action in the main draw of ITF Pro Circuit events ... notched 20 singles wins and four doubles victories in the circuit events ... recorded 32 singles wins and 20 doubles victories in junior competition and was ranked as high as No. 166.
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