TCU earned a top-35 ranking for the third straight season and three individual rankings.
Donika Bashota and Olaya Garrido-Rivas will begin action at the NCAA Doubles Championship on Thursday.
The TCU women’s tennis team will start the 2017 spring season with three national rankings.
TCU will send six players to compete in the ITA All-American Championships this weekend.
TCU won three titles across three tournaments in the second weekend of fall action.
2016-17 (JUNIOR SEASON): Posted 28 overall wins across singles and doubles in her first season as a Horned Frog ... started the fall season ranked No. 57 in singles ... had five wins in singles during the fall ... had 13 overall wins during the spring in singles ... played at positions one through five ... went 2-2 at No. 1, 0-5 at No. 2, 1-1 at No. 3, 5-1 at No. 3 and 0-1 at No. 5 ... defeated two ranked opponents in singles with a win over No. 120 Julia O'Loughlin of Denver and No. 73 Vladica Babic of Oklahoma State ... longest singles winning streak of the season was five matches ... posted four Big 12 singles wins during the season against opponents from Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Iowa State and Texas Tech ... ranked all spring season in doubles with Olaya Garrido-Rivas ... also paired with Marie Norris, Alexis Pereira, Seda Arantekin and Caroline Wegner ... entered the Oracle/ITA doubles poll at No. 16 with Garrido-Rivas on Jan. 4 and climbed to as high as No. 7 before ending the season ranked No. 24 ... earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Doubles Championship with Garrido-Rivas where they lost in the first round to the No. 14 pair from Auburn ... got five wins over ranked opponents in doubles ... played at the top two spots in the doubles lineup with a 9-5 mark at No. 1 and 2-2 mark at No. 2 ... got 11 overall doubles wins in dual-match action ... won the doubles portion of the Rice Invitational during the fall with Garrido-Rivas
2014-16 at Washington State -- Two year letterwinner for the Cougars … had an overall record of 115-53 with a 67-24 record in singles and a 48-29 mark in doubles … holds Washington State’s single-season mark for singles victories (36) and tied for wins by a freshman (31) … only the second player in Cougar history to record back-to-back 30 plus win seasons … in 2015-16, Bashota reached a high of No. 67 in the Oracle/ITA singles rankings and finished the year at No. 80 … went 36-8 in singles with a 19-6 mark in dual matches … only played at the top two positions with a 5-4 record at No. 1 and 14-2 mark at the No. 2 spot … went 22-14 in doubles with a 13-8 record with Lize Leenknecht … ranked No. 6 in the Pacific Northwest Region rankings … went 31-15 in her first season at Washington State in singles and 26-16 in doubles … played mainly at No. 3 (6-0), No. 4 (6-8) and No. 5 (3-1) in singles action … had a season-best 10-match winning streak
High School/Juniors -- A member of the Swedish national team at numerous events, including the Scandinavian Championships (2007) and the European Championships (2011) … finished 2013 with a WTA doubles ranking of No. 697 and singles ranking of No. 1128, while her highest WTA singles ranking is 1059 and doubles 622 … has two WTA doubles titles to her credit, one in 2013 and one in 2012 … in 2012, she captured two International Tennis Federation (ITF) Junior titles along with a runner-up finish, while also finishing as runner-up in singles once … in 2011, she won an IFT Junior event in both singles and doubles in Israel while reaching three other finals in doubles and one in singles
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