TCU downed Oklahoma for the second straight season on Friday.
The Horned Frogs win the doubles and Simona Parajova beats a ranked opponent in the loss.
The Horned Frogs upset their second ranked opponent in a row and start Big 12 play 1-0.
The Horned Frogs picked up their second 4-3 victory in a row with the win over the Hornets.
The No. 40 Horned Frogs could not overcome the No. 31 Tigers in the Sunday battle.
TCU Women's Tennis - Jan. 18
2013-14 (SOPHOMORE SEASON): Compiled a 7-6 record overall in singles play, with three wins coming in the fall and four in the spring ... played mainly at No. 3 singles for TCU, but also recorded wins at No. 1 and No. 2 positions ... defeated her first ranked opponent of her career with a 6-4, 2-6, 12-10 victory over No. 110 Mara Schmidt of Purdue ... posted the first singles point for the Frogs in the upset of No. 63 North Florida with a 6-1, 6-2 win over Rebeca Pereira ... competed in one conference match before sitting out the remainder of season with injuries ... paired with Monika Siriova, Sofiko Kadzhaya and Simona Parajova in doubles play ... recorded an overall doubles record of 7-4, with five of the wins coming in dual matches ... posted a 4-0 record at No. 3 doubles ... clinched the doubles point with Kadzhaya in the upset of No. 22 Texas with an 8-7 (7) win over Ratnika Batra and Neda Koprcina ... paired with Parajova to defeat Pippa Horn and Juliana Gajic 8-2 of No. 22 Texas in the second round of the Big 12 Championships.
2012-13 (University of Tennessee - FRESHMAN SEASON):Finished the season with a 17-14 record in singles play ... compiled the third-most singles wins (17) for the Lady Vols' ... posted singles wins over top 15 ranked opponents from Notre Dame, Michigan and Northwestern ... clinched the deiciding matches against Northwestern and South Carolina ...picked up her first collegiate win with a victory over Ximena Siles of South Carolina, 6-2, 6-0 ... finished the highest of any Lady Vol at the Furman Fall Classic with a third place flight three victory over Amanda Murray (Furman) in straight sets ... swept the state of Mississippi with partnered wins over Miss. State and Ole Miss with Sarah Toti ... saw action in all four of the Lady Vols Fall tournaments ... named an ITA Scholar Athlete ... also earned a spot on the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll ... named to SEC APR Academic Team, which honors the top 10 percent in college sports ... also was the doubles champion at the ITA Summer Circuit at Virginia Commonwealth University in June.
High School: Four-year letterwinner and team captain at Shawnee Mission East and ranked as the No. 32 player in the nation ... a five-star recruit by TennisRecruiting.net, as well as the No. 1 recruit in the Plains ... two-time USTA National Sportsmanship Award recipient and four-time USTA National Open Singles and Doubles Champion ... six-time Missouri Valley Doubles and Singles Champion ... garnered USTA Missouri Valley Sportsmanship Award and USTA Missouri Valley Heart of America Tennis Family of the Year ... three-time National high school tennis All-American ... two-time undefeated Kansas 6A High School Singles Champion (2010, 2011) and holds the state high school record of 32-0 ... helped her team to the 6A state championship twice ... went undefeated in singles in her final two seasons in high school compiling a record of 64-0 ... named First Team All-State and All-Metro in singles all four years ... helped her team earn league, district and regional championships from 2008-11.
Personal: Born April 30, 1993 ... parents are Sam and Angie ... Sam played tennis at Oklahoma and Texas and was a Big Eight champion before playing for Greece's Davis Cup team ... mother cheered at Oklahoma and was a former USTA ranked junior tennis player ... brother played tennis at Oklahoma ... grandfather, John, played tennis and basketball at Kansas ... uncle, Cris Barnthouse, was an Academic All-American on the Kansas basketball team ... uncle, John Wooley, played basketball at Oklahoma Baptist ... aunt, Carrie Barnthouse, played tennis at Kansas ... majoring in strategic communication.
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