2010-11: Grabbed her fourth All-Mountain West honor in singles and doubles ... Was an all-MWC doubles selection with partner Maria Babanova ... Played all but one of her matches at the No. 1 spot during singles ... Went 15-14 overall and 12-10 during the dual season ... Tallied a 7-1 mark in singles against MWC foes during the regular season ... Knocked off the Mountain West Player of the Year in Utah's 82nd-ranked Anastasia Putilina, 1-6, 6-4, 6-4 ... Was one of four ranked opponents she beat ... Also dropped No. 79 Ana Constaninescu of Oklahoma, 6-2, 7-6 (3) ... Followed with a 6-3, 6-0 downing of No. 112 Megan Broderick of Kentucky ... Also took down UNLV's No. 110-ranked Lucia Batta, 6-3, 6-0 ... Won one of TCU's four matches at the MWC Championships against BYU when the Frogs rallied for a 4-1 win with her 6-4, 6-2 triumph over Megan Price ... Won eight of her last 11 matches in singles to close the spring ... Played all of her doubles matches from the No. 1 spot with Federica Denti, Babanova and Gaby Mastromarino ... Garnered a season-high ITA ranking of 52 with Denti while they amassed a 9-6 dual record and 14-8 mark overall ... Those two knocked off three ranked opponents ... Bettered No. 87 Catherine Isip and Alex Poorta of Saint Mary's, 8-3 ... Added an 8-4 victory over No. 57 Mariarteni Gutierrez and Kaltrina Harbuzi ... Also beat 62nd-ranked Constantinescu and Alica Radu of Oklahoma, 9-8 (4) ... Began playing with Babanova while Denti was injured and went on to secure all-MWC honors with a 5-1 record during the regular season and a 3-1 mark against conference opponents ... Picked up a win over a ranked opponent when they dropped No. 51 Roxanne Ellison and Sierra Ellison of San Diego State ... Won a key match in the MWC semifinals against UNLV with their 8-6 win over Nives Pavlovic and Aleksandra Josifoska to help TCU secure the doubles point against the top-seeded Rebels ... Teammates named her the recipient of the Tut Bartzen MVP Award
2009-10: All-Mountain West Conference singles and doubles selection ... also named to the Academic All-MWC squad ... played the majority of matches in the No. 3 spot, but also made eight appearances in the second position ... saw the most success at No. 3, however, posting a 13-6 record ... added a 4-4 record at the second slot, for a team-leading 17 dual wins ... was 3-5 against ranked opponents, with notable wins over No. 16 Mallory Burdette of Stanford and No. 32 Chelsea Preeg of Vanderbilt ... consistent player in Mountain West play, posting a 7-1 conference record ... finished the year with wins in 10 of last 13 matches ... named the MWC Player of the Week on Feb. 10 ... in doubles, formed the Frogs' usual No. 1 pairing with Kayla Duncan ... duo went 14-6 on the season, earning a bid into the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships ... fell to third-ranked Kristy Frilling and Kali Krisik of Notre Dame in the second round ... previously defeated 24th-ranked Elena Chernyakova and Lauren Lul of Northwestern in the opening round ... tandem posted a 6-2 record in MWC play ... were also 6-1 against ranked opponents ... posted top 25 victories over No. 22 Stephanie Dalmacio and Delia Damaschin of Wichita State along with 15th-ranked Ana Marija Zubori and Dijana Stojic of South Carolina ... also teamed with Maria Babanova (0-4) and Idunn Hertzberg (0-1) at the second slot ... in the fall, posted a 3-4 singles record in two tournaments, the Wilson/ITA Texas Regional Championships and the UNC-Kitty Harrison Invitational ... found more success in doubles, though, pairing with Duncan ... duo went 4-3 overall ... had the most success at the Kitty Harrison Invite ... following an opening round loss, tandem closed the fall with three-straight victories.
2008-09: Recorded a 21-14 overall singles record, including a 16-9 clip during the spring... played primarily in the No. 2 and 3 positions... earned All-MWC singles honors after going 6-1 during the league in the regular season... delivered the match-clinching victory against Florida State, BYU, Colorado State and over UNLV in the MWC Championships final... enjoyed an eight-match winning streak from Mar. 27-April 25... secured an overall doubles record of 21-13... also garnered All-MWC doubles accolades alongside partner Kayla Duncan... duo posted an overall spring record of 14-8, while going 6-1 ledger against the league... helped garner the doubles point in the first round of the NCAA Regionals against No. 38 Tulsa... the pairing ended the spring schedule on a seven-match winning streak... selected TCU Female Student-Athlete of the Week on April 13 and TCU Scholar-Athlete of the Month for April... named MWC Women's Tennis Player of the Week on April 15... finished the fall schedule with a 5-5 record in singles play...took down No. 125 Mariaryeni Gutierrez from Lamar University during the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships...enjoyed a 5-3 doubles record with partner Idunn Hertzberg... defeated pairings from Georgia and Wake Forest at the Bulldog Invite... advanced to the round of 16 in main draw doubles at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships, picking up a pair of wins over Texas State and UTEP.
2007-08: Led the team in the spring with a 21-4 singles record at the No. 3, 4 and 5 positions... earned All-MWC singles honors after posting a 7-1 record... won nine consecutive matches during the spring season, and ended the year on a six-match win streak... posted the only singles victory in the finals of the MWC Championships against UNLV... added a win in the opening round of the NCAA Regionals against Tulsa... also garnered All-MWC doubles accolades with partner Idunn Hertzberg.... TCU duo posted a perfect 8-0 mark in league play at the top two positions.
High School/Junior: Claimed the Oslo Indoor tournament title in 2005... played in the Fed Cup for Finland and competed at Junior Wimbledon and the Junior U.S. Open in 2006... won five ITF Circuit doubles titles and also advanced to the singles finals of the ITF Women's Circuit in Ramat Hasharon, Israel... holds a career-high WTA singles ranking of No. 730 and a career-high doubles ranking of No. 481... has earned a career-high ITF Juniors combined ranking of No. 113.
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