Andrea Morgado
Andrea Morgado

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Plano, Texas

High School:
Plano Senior

Height:
5-4

Experience:
3L

Plays:
Right


2007-08 (SENIOR): Plagued by injuries during spring season... competed in doubles play with Anna Sydorska against Wyoming in the quarterfinals of the MWC Championships... only competed in one singles match, falling to Lenka Broosova of Baylor at the Baylor Intercollegiate... went 2-2 in doubles play with Idunn Hertzberg... duo recorded two wins at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships.

2006-07 (JUNIOR): Posted a 15-11 dual match record playing primarily at the No. 5 singles position... Recorded a stellar 8-1 MWC mark... Won six consecutive matches from March 19 through April 6... Won 12 straight games en route to a 1-6, 6-3, 6-0 victory over Vera Petrashevitch to clinch the upset of No. 25 VCU... Went 14-9 in doubles at all three positions... Put together a 7-3 record in conference doubles play... Teamed up with Karine Ionesco to defeat No. 17 Vanderbilt's duo of Sveke and Ferrell to clinch the doubles point in TCU's highest-rated victory of the season... Recipient of the prestigious Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar award.

2005-06 (SOPHOMORE): Went 4-2 in singles action... Played most of time at No. 6 singles... Went 3-1 with Karine Ionesco at No. 3 doubles... Also paired with former Frog Gloriann Lopez at No. 3 doubles for 2-2 record... Combined with Kewa Nichols at No. 3 doubles for 1-2 record... Named to All-MWC doubles team... Paired with Anna Sydorska at No. 2 doubles against top-ranked Texas to clinch doubles point for the Frogs and help team advance to Sweet 16 for first time in history... With Sydorska, clinched doubles point in MWC Championship match against BYU, score was tied at 6-6 when Morgado help serve and won five-straight first serves.

2004-05 (FRESHMAN): Was ranked 13th in the ITA Southwest Region in doubles following the fall season after a 9-4 record with Paige Brown...Won the Flight A Singles at the Mean Green Invitational in September and the Flight A Doubles...Brown and Morgado also advanced to the round of 16 in doubles at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships...Went 24-12 overall in singles with a 15-7 record in dual matches...Named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll at the end of the spring semester...Received a Commissioner's Academic Medal for maintaining at least a 3.75 GPA...A member of the ITA All-Academic Team as well...Played primarily at five and six singles in the spring and one match at four...Was 4-3 at the No. 5 slot and 10-4 at the No. 6 position...Put together a 17-10 mark in doubles playing with Brown and Helena Besovic...Most of her time was spent with Brown, as the duo went 16-7 and 7-3 in duals...They won six consecutive doubles contests to begin the spring campaign...Opened her dual match singles career with six consecutive wins as well, dropping only one set...Won a key match for the Horned Frogs when they defeated No. 7 Clemson for the program's first victory against a top 10 team...Morgado downed Richelle LeSaldo 6-3, 6-2 at the No. 6 slot to help TCU earn a 4-3 decision...Won 6-3, 6-3 versus Seva Iwinski of Texas A&M at six singles in a 5-2 Horned Frog victory four days later...Rebounded from a three-match skid with six consecutive wins over March and April...Included in that stretch were victories against foes from Southern California and Pepperdine...Posted a 6-1, 6-2 triumph over Tiffany Tucker from LSU to help TCU advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

High School/Junior: Was the district champion, regional runner-up and state runner-up as a junior...Placed second in the district as a freshman...Named the team's Most Valuable Player...Won the 2004 Texas Open in Richardson, Texas...Ranked fifth in the nation in the 18-and-under doubles in 2004.

Personal: Andrea Morgado is the daughter of Voaquin and Marivi... Is enrolled in TCU's College of Arts and Sciences... Enjoys drawing cartoons in her spare time...Hopes to play professional tennis after graduation.

CAREER STATISTICS

SinglesDoubles
SeasonDualOverallDualOverall
2004-0515-724-128-617-10
2005-064-210-64-310-7
2006-0715-1115-1114-914-9
2007-080-00-30-02-2
Totals34-2049-3226-1843-28
 
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