Idunn Hertzberg

Idunn  Hertzberg


Oslo, Norway

High School:
Wang High School







Overall Tourn. Dual #1
#5 #6
2007-08 22-11 5-5 17-7 -- -- -- -- 5-2 12-5
2008-09 22-12 8-3 14-9 -- -- 2-0 2-1 8-5 2-3
2009-10 12-26 3-8 9-18 -- -- 0-1 9-17 -- --
2010-11 13-13 3-2 10-11 -- -- -- 3-3 7-6 0-2
Career 69-38 19-18 50-45 -- --
14-21 20-13 14-10



Overall Tourn. Dual #1
2007-08 20-8 6-3 5-3 2-0 7-1 7-3
2008-09 11-6 6-3 5-3 -- 3-2 2-1
2009-10 15-15 1-2 14-13 -- 3-4 11-9
2010-11 15-14 3-3 12-11 -- 5-2 7-9
Career 41-43 14-12 47-31 2-0 18-9 27-22

2008 Doubles

2010-11: Played most of her matches at the No. 5 spot in singles, but also made appearances at the Nos. 4 and 6 positions ... Compiled an overall record of 13-13 and a 10-11 record during the spring ... Won two matches in blustery conditions at the MWC Championships ... Bettered BYU's Elizaveta Ezhova, 6-2, 6-4 the quarterfinal round and UNLV's Anna Maskaljun, 6-2, 6-2 in the semifinal round ... Won a three-set thriller, 6-7 (3), 6-4, 6-4, over Marie-Pier Huet over No. 19 Oklahoma ... Was a straight-set winner, 6-4, 6-1, over Aleksandra Krslijani of No. 21 Washington ... Played all of her doubles matches at the Nos. 2 and 3 spots ... Opened the season with Maria Babanova as her partner ... They went 9-12 overall and 6-9 during the spring ... They won an 8-5 match over Brigita Bercyte and Ryann Cutillo of No. 73-ranked Wake Forest ... Finished the year playing doubles with Gaby Mastromarino ... They went 6-2 overall and 4-0 in conference regular season action ... At the MWC Championships, Hertzberg and Mastromarino clinched the doubles point for TCU against top-seeded UNLV with their 9-8 (5) win over Jana Albers and Adrienn Hidvegi ... Joined Mastromarino to pick an 8-2 win over 74th-ranked Alicia Aguilar and Julia Wais of San Diego State

2009-10: Spent the spring as the Frogs' No. 4 player in singles, compiling a 9-17 record ... made one appearance at the No. 3 position, a loss against 99th-ranked Chrissie McGraffigan of Notre Dame ... McGraffigan was the only ranked opponent of the spring ... finished the spring 9-18 overall ... posted a 5-3 record in Mountain West play ... named the MWC Player of the Week on Feb. 3 ... finished the season with wins in five of her last seven matches ... had the match-clinching win against New Mexico ... teamed with four different players in doubles ... mainly played with Gaby Mastromarino at the No. 3 spot, where the duo posted an 11-8 record ... duo posted an impressive 5-0 record in MWC play ... tandem finished the year with wins in the last seven matches paired together ... also played seven matches in the second position, a loss with Katarlina Tuohimaa, and then six matches with Nina Munch-Soegaard, where the duo went 3-3 overall ... also teamed with Shalini Sahoo in the third spot for one match, a loss ... finished 14-13 overall ... finished the season with wins in nine of her last 13 doubles appearances ... competed in only three fall tournaments, The Racquet Club College Invitational, Wilson/ITA Texas Regional Championships, and UNC-Kitty Harrison Invitational ... finished 3-8 overall ... only tournament to not also play doubles was the Wilson/ITA Texas Regional Championships ... teamed with Maria Babanova for a 1-2 overall record ... only win came in the opening round of the Kitty Harrison Invite.

2008-09: Finished the season with an overall singles record of 22-12, the third-most wins on the squad, including a spring clip of 14-9... posted win streaks of six and four matches during the spring... enjoyed a 7-1 ledger against the MWC... delivered the clinching victory at No. 29 San Diego State... boasted an overall doubles mark of 10-6, including a 5-3 spring record in limited action... teamed up with Nina Munch-Soegaard to garner a doubles victory against No. 14 Arkansas in the second round of the NCAA Regionals... named TCU Female Student-Athlete of the Month for March... enjoyed a strong fall season with an 8-3 singles record, fourth-most on the team... topped players from Duke and Indiana at the Bulldog Invitational... defeated all three opponents at the Rainbow Wahine Invitational hosted by Hawaii... fell in the consolation draw semifinals at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships... compiled a 5-3 doubles record with partner Katariina Tuohimaa... defeated pairings from Georgia and Wake Forest at the Bulldog Invite... advanced to the round of 16 in main draw doubles at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships, picking up a pair of wins over Texas State and UTEP.

2007-08: Tallied the second-most wins on the team with an overall singles record of 22-11 and a spring record of 17-6 playing at the No. 5 and No. 6 positions... posted a 7-2 singles mark in MWC play... earned All-MWC honors in doubles play with partner Katariina Tuohimaa after recording a perfect mark of 8-0 in league play at the top two positions... compiled an overall doubles record of 20-8 in 2007-08 and a 16-4 mark during the spring... notched a singles record of 5-5 in the fall... won two matches over Monica Wiesner of San Diego and Julia Trunk of San Diego State to advance the final round of the singles flight No. 1 at the SDSU Fall Classic II... earned two wins in the consolation round at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships... went 4-4 overall in doubles play with Maria Babanova and Andrea Morgado... won two matches with Babanova to advance to the doubles flight No. 2 consolation championship at the SDSU Fall Classic II... teamed up with Morgado to defeat Houston's duo of Starratt and Wasson at the Baylor Intercollegiate.

High School/Junior: Won the 2006 Norwegian Open Championship... claimed the 2005 ITF Junior Oslo Outdoor event championship... singles finalist at the 2006 ITF Junior Oslo Indoor event... member of the 2006 and 2007 Norwegian Federation Cup team... competed in the World Group in Turkey in 2005 and in Africa in 2006 with the Norwegian Federation Cup team... achieved a career high WTA ranking of No. 944 and an ITF Juniors career combined ranking of No. 229.

Personal: Idunn Hertzberg is the daughter of Jens and Monique... currently a business major at TCU.

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