2014-15 (JUNIOR SEASON): Sat out due to NCAA Transfer rules.
2013-14 (At Memphis-SOPHOMORE SEASON): Had a 20-14 singles record and 19-13 doubles slate on the season ... went 10-6 in dual play in singles and 6-9 in doubles ... named the American Athletic Conference women's tennis player of the week on Feb. 11 ... ranked as high as No. 38 in doubles during the season with teammate Alyssa Hibberd, and as high as No. 40 with Stefanie Mikesz ... clinched Memphis' season-opening win over No. 39 VCU with a 6-4, 7-5 win over Olga Barscheuskaya at No. 4 singles ... defeated her second ranked opponent of the season with a 6-4, 6-2 victory over Murray State's Eleonore Tchakarova ... helped Memphis to a 4-3 upset win over No. 26 Pepperdine with a victory at No. 3 over Ale Granillo ... began the spring with two wins over top-30 doubles teams at the Miami Spring Invite with Hibberd ... defeated Vanderbilt's No. 28 Ashleigh Antal and Sydney Campbell, 6-3, and Texas' No. 21 Breaunna Addison and Pippa Horn, 7-6 (7) ... totaled a 10-5 singles record and 11-3 doubles mark during the fall ... entered the fall ranked No. 37 in doubles with Stefanie Mikesz ... advanced to the USTA/ITA Ohio Valley Regional doubles championship with partner Alyssa Hibberd ... upset Kentucky's No. 32 Caitlin McGraw and Nadia Ravita, 8-0, in the regional semifinals ... won three-straight matches to advance to the regional quarterfinals before falling to Tennessee's Eve Repic, 2-6, 7-6 (3), 4-6 ... won the Gray Draw at the Memphis Collegiate Invite ... named doubles co-champion at the Memphis Collegiate Invite with Hibberd after going 3-0 ... defeated Ole Miss' No. 24 Caroline Rohde-Moe and Mariya Milutinovic, 8-6, with Mikesz at the CCLR Collegiate Invitational ... began the Razorback Classic with her first career win over a ranked opponent after a 6-4, 6-1 victory over Auburn's No. 93 Paula de Man.
2012-13 (At Memphis-FRESHMAN SEASON): Named to the Conference USA Third Team Singles and Doubles with partner Stefanie Mikesz ... compiled a 23-7 mark in singles and 23-10 record in doubles in her first season at Memphis ... ranked No. 64 in doubles at the end of the season ... came in at No. 5 in the doubles rankings for the Ohio Valley Region ... ended the year with a nine-match winning streak in singles ... went 13-2 in dual matches ... had just three of her 23 wins go to three sets ... won her first five matches of the spring with victories over opponents from Virginia, Tulsa, Columbia, Troy and Lipscomb ... came from behind to defeat Virginia's Erin Vierra, 2-6, 7-5, 6-3, at No. 5 singles in Memphis' 5-2 win over the 16th-ranked Cavaliers ... defeated Notre Dame's Katherine White, 6-1, 6-4, at No. 6 to help the Lady Tigers beat the Irish 4-3 ... came back from a 3-1 deficit in doubles play against Florida State's Kerrie Cartwright and Kristina Schleich to win 8-6 at No. 3 and help Memphis win the doubles point against the Seminoles in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... clinched the doubles point against No. 21 Notre Dame with a 9-7 win over Quinn Gleason and Julie Vrabel ... went 9-5 in singles and 7-3 in doubles during the fall season ... co-champion of the consolation draw at the Dick Vitale Lakewood Ranch Intercollegiate Clay Court Classic to end the season ... won her first collegiate match against Syracuse's Breanna Bachini, 6-2, 6-0, to open the season at the Amelia Island 10k ... eight of her nine wins came in straight sets ... went 3-0 at the Memphis Invitational #1 ... was undefeated in doubles with teammate Stefanie Mikesz at the Memphis Invitational #2 with wins over Oklahoma, Purdue, Tulsa and Vanderbilt ... compiled a 3-0 record in doubles at the Memphis Invitational #1 with partner Kelly Gray with no match closer than 8-4.
High School/Amateur: The 64th-ranked woman in Germany after playing at Fichte-Gymnasium during her prep days ... captured the ITF Luzern (Switzerland) Under-18 Girls singles title in 2008 ... was the winner of the Rewe Cup in the under-21 division and reached the final in the Head German Master Series in 2011 ... reached as high as No. 3 in Germany in the junior rankings, advancing to the German Junior Championships twice.
Personal: Born Jan. 6 in Hagen, Germany ... daughter of Thomas and Sabine Wegner ... majoring in International Business.