TCU earned a top-35 ranking for the third straight season and three individual rankings.
Seda Arantekin, Olaya Garrido-Rivas and Sofiko Kadzhaya were honored by the Big 12 Conference on Thursday.
Arantekin and Mazzoli earn weekly honors.
Senior Seda Arantekin earned Big 12 Co-Player of the Week honors on Tuesday.
The TCU women’s tennis team will start the 2017 spring season with three national rankings.
2017 All-Big 12 Singles First Team
2016-17 (SENIOR SEASON) -- Named to the All-Big 12 Doubles First Team and All-Big 12 Singles Second Team for the second straight season after going 19-14 in singles and posting 20+ wins in doubles for the fourth straight season … ranked all season in singles action starting at No. 114 in the preseason and ending at No. 58 in the final poll … highest career singles ranking of No. 57 came on April 25 … defeated three ranked opponents in singles action including two straight in the final two singles matches of her career … best upset was a 7-5, 7-6(4) win over No. 38 Caroline Doyle … started the spring season with seven straight wins and eight victories within the first nine matches … played solely at the top two positions in singles with a 7-7 record at No. 1 and 5-1 mark at the No. 2 spot … posted two wins in conference action with wins over opponents from Kansas State and West Virginia … recorded the most wins in singles in dual-match action on the team with a 12-8 overall record … was an alternate in singles for the NCAA Singles Championship … started the season ranked No. 18 in doubles with partner Caroline Wegner and then was ranked the rest of the season with Olaya Garrido-Rivas … ended the season ranked No. 37 with Garrido-Rivas after climbing to as high as No. 27 on April 18 … won eight of her first 10 doubles matches to start the season paired with Wegner and Garrido-Rivas … defeated four ranked opponents with the best win coming over a No. 23 pair from Utah … posted six wins in doubles action during Big 12 play and was the only player to post over 20 wins in doubles this season … 16 of the doubles victories posted came during dual-match play … competed in the main draw of doubles at the ITA All-American Championships with Wegner
2015-16 (JUNIOR SEASON) -- Named to the All-Big 12 Doubles First Team and All-Big 12 Singles Second Team after compiling a 41-16 overall record including a team-leading 26-10 mark in doubles action … had a 15-6 record in singles play with one win over a ranked opponent … scored four wins over ranked opponents in doubles action … was ranked every week during the fall and spring seasons in doubles action with Marie Norris or Caroline Wegner … paired up with Norris, Wegner, Aleksandra Zenovka and Olaya Garrido-Rivas in doubles action … started the fall season ranked No. 40 with Norris and entered the spring season ranked No. 17 with Wegner … climbed to as high as No. 16 with Wegner before ending the season ranked No. 36 … advanced to the USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships in doubles with Wegner after advancing to the semifinals at the ITA Texas Regional Championships … best ranked victory in doubles came against the No. 11 pair of Breaunna Addison and Danielle Wagland of Texas as Arantekin and Wegner took the 6-1 win … played at positions one through five in singles action with undefeated marks at No. 1, No. 2 and No. 5 … saw the most wins at the No. 3 spot with a 5-1 mark … recorded a 4-1 record in conference action with the only loss coming to Wagland of Texas … defeated No. 91 Gabriela Porubin of Wichita State to clinch the 4-3 victory over Wichita State in the opening round of the NCAA Championship and TCU women’s tennis 700th program victory.
2014-15 (SOPHOMORE SEASON) -- Named to the All-Big 12 Doubles Team after compiling a 48-21 overall record including a team-leading 26-8 mark in doubles action ... also had 20+ wins in singles with a 22-13 record ... paired mainly with Stefanie Tan in doubles, but also Alexis Pereira and Sofiko Kadzhaya ... totaled a 6-1 record in Big 12 action with Tan in doubles and went 13-5 at the No. 1 positions and 3-1 at the No. 2 position ... was first-alternate with Tan for the NCAA Doubles Championship ... duo entered the Oracle/ITA rankings at No. 39 and finished the season ranked No. 22 ... the pair won eight straight from Feb. 16 to March 22 and won their five straight matches ... posted a 7-6 record against nationally ranked doubles foes ... biggest doubles victories came over No. 10 Ema Burgic and Blair Shankle of Baylor and No. 13 Eva Paalma and Rachel Pierson of Texas A&M ... went 15-10 in dual matches in singles ... played mainly at the No. 5 and No. 6 positions ... was 6-7 on court five and 9-3 on court six ... her 22 wins in singles was tied for second most on the team ... won first six singles matches of the fall season ... strung together six straight singles wins during dual match play from April 1 to April 24 ... secured a 6-4, 4-6, 6-4 victory over Danielle Wagland of Texas to push TCU into the semifinals of the Big 12 Tennis Championship.
2013-14 (FRESHMAN SEASON): Finished third on the team with 16 singles wins in her first season at TCU ... earned her first collegiate victory by defeating Agustina Valenzuela in three sets (7-5, 5-7, 7-5) ... stringed together four straight singles wins in nonconference play ... had four singles wins in conference play ... collected first conference victory against No. 22 Texas with a win over Neda Kopricina on court four ... led the team with an overall doubles record of 24-11 and finished with a 14-8 record in dual matches ... started the fall and spring seasons paired with Millie Nichols ... Nichols/Arantekin entered the ITA polls on March 25 at No. 77 and climbed as high as No. 67 ... the duo finished the season ranked No. 78 ... Nichols/Arantekin made an appearance in quarterfinals of the Midland Racquet Club Invitational and the USTA/ITA Texas Regional Championship ... won the Jack Kramer Invitational with Nichols with wins over Pepperdine, USC and Ohio State ... finished the fall tournament season 10-3 in doubles ... also paired with Stefanie Tan for 11 wins, while going 13-7 at No. 1 doubles ... won four straight matches with Tan and defeated two ranked opponents ... beat No. 76 Mia Lancaster and Whitney Ritchie 8-7 (8) and No. 40 Victoria Kisialeva and Jordaan Sanford 8-5 ... took out Breaunna Addison and Elizabeth Begley 8-2 of No. 22 Texas in the first round of the Big 12 Championships to help secure the doubles point for TCU.
HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Attended high school at Istek Kemal Ataturk ... played on Turkish National teams from ages 14 to 18 ... earned second place with high school team at the 2010 ISF World Championships ... ranked as high as No. 786 in world singles' ratings and No. 629 in doubles ... reached No. 222 in junior ratings ... was 48-25 in her singles' career and 55-17 in doubles.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Esref and Sibel Arantekin ... majoring in economics.
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