Simona Parajova claims the consolation singles crown, while Stefanie Tan and Seda Arantekin are into the finals of doubles.
The freshman takes down her second and third nationally ranked opponents on the way to the a berth in the semifinals.
The senior and the freshman each posted three wins to move on at Regionals.
All six Horned Frogs posted a win on day one of the competition.
Six TCU student-athletes will take part in the competition at the Hurd Tennis Center.
TCU Women's Tennis - Jan. 18
2014 Big 12 No. 2 Singles Champion
2013-14 (JUNIOR SEASON): No. 2 Big 12 Singles Champion with a conference record of 7-2 ... finished second on the team in overall wins with a 23-6 record ... went 18-2 all at No. 2 singles ... won 11 straight matches from January 18 to March 14 ... six of the 11 matches were won in straight sets ... only lost two matches in dual matches and then finished out the season with seven straight wins including two over ranked opponents ... earned a preseason ITA ranking of No. 103 and was ranked in three polls during the spring including No. 121 in the final poll ... brought down five ranked opponents, including one over No. 21 Natalie Beazant ... semi-finalist at the USTA/ITA Texas Region Singles Championship ... paired with Stefanie Tan, Monika Sirilova, Sofiko Kadzhaya and Mimi Fotopoulos in doubles action ... finished 14-12 overall and recorded nine wins in dual matches ... played mainly at No. 2 and No. 3 doubles positions ... posted seven wins at No. 2 doubles ... paired up with Fotopoulos to defeat Pippa Horn and Juliana Gajic 8-2 of No. 22 Texas in the second round of the Big 12 Championships.
2012-13 (SOPHOMORE SEASON): The 2013 Big 12 Champion at No. 3 singles, recording an in-conference record of 7-2 ... finished season second on the Frogs in wins with a 23-9 mark in singles ... spent almost a month in the ITA Singles Rankings with a peak of No. 95 in the last week of February ... made the semifinals of the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational during fall season ... defeated two ranked opponents in as many days with her victories over No. 124 Ale Granillo of Pepperdine and No. 51 Georgina Sellyn of Vanderbilt ... had a stretch of 10 singles win in 11 matches which included six victories over Big 12 opponents ... defeated North Texas' Barbora Vykydalova at No. 2 singles in straight sets in the first round of the NCAA Tennis Championships ... took No. 68 Cristina Stancu of Texas A&M to a third set before the match went unfinished ... in doubles, recorded a 6-6 record playing mostly at No. 3 ... TCU won the doubles point in all six matches Parajova's doubles duo won ... paired with Gabi Barbosa for five of her wins and Monika Sirilova for her other victory.
High School/Amateur: Garnered career-high WTA rankings of 917 in singles and 756 in doubles ... Ranked as high as No. 175 in the ITF junior rankings ... Qualified for the finals of $10,000 event in Poland ... Competed in the ITF Federations Cup.
Personal: Born April 10, 1992 in Zvolen, Slovakia ... Parents names are Javoslav Paraj and Maria Parajova ... Attended Gymnazium Okrvzna, Zvolen ... Hobbies include shopping, eating, sports and music.