TCU won three titles across three tournaments in the second weekend of fall action.
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.
TCU saw its season come to an end with a NCAA second round loss to No. 7 Miami.
The Horned Frogs came back to defeat Wichita State in the NCAA Championship First Round.
2018 Academic All-Big 12 Second Team
2017-18 (SENIOR SEASON) – Won nine singles matches and a team-high 17 doubles matches ... primarily played at the No. 5 and No. 6 singles positions ... primarily played at the No. 1 position in doubles ... mainly played with Donika Bashota in doubles ... also played doubles with Meredith Roberts, Stevie Kennedy, Aleksa Cveticanin, Marie Norris and Aleksandra Zenovka ... posted a 7-3 doubles record with Donika Bashota ... got one ranked victory in doubles with Bashota with a 6-2 win over the No. 70 ranked pair from Baylor ... helped clinch the doubles point in nine matches including five conference matches ... advanced to the round of 16 of the USTA/ITA Texas Regional Championships with doubles partner Meredith Roberts ... advanced to the round of 32 in singles at the USTA/ITA Texas Regional Championships.
2016-17 (JUNIOR SEASON) – Finished the season with an overall record of 22-25 with a 5-11 mark in singles and 17-14 record in doubles … played mainly in the doubles lineup at the No. 2 and No. 3 positions … paired with Aleksandra Zenovka, Seda Arantekin and Sofiko Kadzhaya during spring action and Madison Tedford, Marie Norris, Donika Bashota and Zenovka during the fall … helped TCU get the doubles point in 11 matches … in the spring, went 9-5 overall with Zenovka with a 6-5 mark at the No. 3 position, 1-0 with Arantekin at the No. 2 spot and 4-3 with Kadzhaya overall with a 2-1 mark at No. 2 and 2-2 record at No. 3 doubles … competed in five fall tournaments in singles and doubles … advanced to the round of 32 in doubles with Norris at the ITA Texas Regional Championships presented by Oracle … saw action in four dual matches in the spring in singles action and defeated Abigail Rosiello of West Virginia, 6-3, 6-4, at the No. 6 spot … picked up three doubles victories in conference action
2015-16 (SOPHOMORE SEASON) – Went 33-25 overall during her sophomore campaign with 18 wins in singles and 15 in doubles … had an eight-match winning streak during the singles … defeated one ranked opponent in No. 121 Julia Schiller from Wichita State at the OU Invitational in the fall … played one match at the No. 5 position before spending the rest of the season at the No. 6 spot … went 9-3 at No. 6 spot including a win against Wichita State to help TCU to program win No. 700 in the first round of the NCAA Championship … made it to the consolation semifinals of the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational … paired with Aleksandra Zenovka, Mia King and Marie Norris in doubles action … went 3-3 with Zenovka, 2-3 with King and 10-6 with Norris … had a five-match winning streak with Norris during the spring season … played at the No. 2 and No. 3 positions … went 6-5 at the No. 2 spot and 2-1 at No. 3 … advanced to the round of 16 at the USTA/ITA Texas Regional Championship with Norris … played in the semifinals of the OU Invitational with Mia King … went 2-1 in the final fall tournament with Norris with wins against DePaul and Alabama.
2014-15 (FRESHMAN SEASON) -- Finished the season with an overall record of 44-29 with a 22-16 mark in singles action and a 22-13 record in doubles ... one of only two players on the team to finish with 20+ wins in singles and doubles ... played mainly at the No. 5 and No. 6 positions ... recorded a 5-8 record on court five and a 9-2 record on court six ... went 4-3 against ranked foes in singles ... all ranked victories came in fall action with her biggest win coming over teammate and No. 31 Stefanie Tan in the quarterfinals at the USTA/ITA Texas Regional Championships ... advanced to the semifinals of the regional championships where she fell to No. 68 Despoina Vogasari of Houston ... longest winning streak during the season was six straight matches from March 23 to April 10 ... went 5-1 in conference action with wins over Kansas State, Kansas, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma and Iowa State ... defeated Jane Fennelly of No. 34 Notre Dame 6-3, 6-2 in the first round of the NCAA Championships for her first postseason victory to help TCU to the second round ... paired with Seda Arantekin and Palina Dubavets in doubles action ... played at the No. 2 and No. 3 positions ... posted a 5-8 record on court two and a 8-2 mark on court three ... defeated Neda Kopricna and Pippa Horn of Texas in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Tennis Championship to clinch the match for TCU and send the team into the semifinals for the first time in program history ... paired with Dubavets again to defeat Allison Miller and Julie Vrabel of No. 34 Notre Dame, 8-4, to clinch the doubles point for TCU in the first round of the NCAA Championship
HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Five start recruit hails from Campbell Hall, where she earned two CIF Division I tennis titles with her team, a CIF Division I singles title, as well as partnering with USC freshman Zoe Katz in 2012 to win the Southern Section doubles crown...named to the Alpha League All-Area First Team all four years of high school, as well as garnering Rookie of the Year accolades in 2010, Player of the Year honors in 2012 and Doubles Team of the Year in 2012 ...captured her third tennis Gold Ball by winning the Girl's 18 doubles 2013 USTA Winter National Championships crown...Was a member of the USTA Player Development program for six years, where she was a 12-time USTA National Open Doubles Champion, as well as the National Open Singles Champion in 2012...named the recipient of the USTA Pacific Zone Team Championships Sportsmanship Award...selected to the SoCal Pacific Cup team and the Maze Cup team...won the doubles title at the Carson International Spring Championship, while also winning the Gold Ball in 2012 as the doubles champion at the Easter Bowl Level I Supernational and the Level I Winter Supernational.
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