Tan and Arantekin's four-match winning streak is halted in the championships match.
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.
TCU Women's Tennis - Jan. 18
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 nutritional sciences.