Spring 2008: Played seven dual matches at No. 6 ... Posted a 4-3 record in those contests and went 2-2 in ACC play ... started the spring season with five straight wins at sixth singles ... lined up in doubles with Jessi Robinson in 13 different matches and registered an 8-5 record ... finished ACC regular season play at 5-3 and was 5-5 overall against conference foes.
Fall 2007: Compiled a record of 5-5 in fall singles competition ... went 2-2 at the William & Mary Invitational and 1-1 at the Riviera/All-American Championships (prequalifying) ... finished the fall with a 2-1 showing at the Duke Invitational ... combined with Elizabeth Plotkin to post a doubles record of 4-1, with the duo’s only loss coming in the semifinals at the William & Mary Invitational ... paired with Melissa Mang for four matches, going 2-2 overall and winning two of three matches versus top-25 opponents ... after falling in the first round of the Riviera/All-American Championships main draw, the tandem defeated the fifth-ranked and 23rd-ranked teams in the country to reach the consolation title match before falling to the nation’s No. 11 duo ... combined with Jessi Robinson for a win at the Duke Invitational ... along with Mang, received a doubles preseason national ranking of No. 22.
Summer 2007: Paired with Melissa Mang to win the doubles championship at the ITA National Summer Championships to earn a wild card spot in the main draw of the Riviera/All-American Championships.
2006-07: Went 12-15 in singles competition for the year, including a 9-10 mark in dual matches, a 6-5 mark versus ACC competition and a fall ledger of 1-4 ... was 2-1 at the spring-opening Michigan Invitational ... opened the dual match season with a three-set victory at Northwestern ... won six of eight matches in March, including a four-match win streak to end the month ... combined with six teammates throughout the year to post an overall doubles record of 10-12 ... was most successful when paired with Amanda Granson, as the duo went 6-4 for the year, including a mark of 3-3 in dual matches and a 1-0 mark against ACC foes ... went 2-1 at the USTA Invitational when pairing with Jenny Zika in the fall ...
2005-06: Played in four doubles matches (3-1) in the fall before an injury ended her season.
2004-05: Compiled a 22-13 record from the singles side, with an 11-4 mark in the fall ... claimed the singles title at the UNC Wilmington Invitational to kick off the season ... played at each of the No. 2 through No. 6 positions for the Blue Devils on the year, finding the most success at No. 5 (5-2) ... posted a 14-16 doubles record while playing with six different partners on the season, including an 8-5 mark in the fall.
2003-04: Earned All-America honors in doubles ... named All-ACC ... was ranked as high as 89th nationally by the ITA in singles ... collected a 22-10 overall singles ledger ... played at No. 2 (2-1) and No. 3 (17-5) ... was 19-6 in dual match play and 6-2 in ACC action ... won two matches at the ITA Southeast Regional ... notched a 10-match win streak during the season ... won 19 of her final 23 dual matches ... picked up three victories against ranked opponents-- 81st-ranked Linda Tran of Indiana (6-7, 6-3, 6-3), 84th-ranked Catrina Thompson of Notre Dame (7-5, 6-2) and 81st-ranked Kendall Cline of North Carolina (6-2, 5-7, 1-0) ... in doubles, had a 21-14 overall record ... was ranked as high as fourth-nationally with Amanda Johnson and 51st-nationally with Julia Smith ... posted a 9-5 record along with Johnson, including a 2-0 ACC ledger ... in the fall, the duo knocked off top-ranked and top-seeded Barnikow/Burdette in the first round of the Riviera All-American ... the tandem also knocked off top-seeded Schmandt/Tsoubanos of Vanderbilt at the ITA Indoors ... advanced to the semifinals of the ITA Indoors and quarterfinals of the Riviera All-American ... teamed with Smith to produce a 1-0-6 mark ... played No. 1 doubles recording an 8-6 record.
Prep: Attended the Van der Meer Tennis Academy in Hilton Head, S.C., for two years ... in the ITF rankings, was as high as 41st and in the WTA as high as 490th ... had a 2002 national ranking of No. 5 in the Girls 18s ... in Sept. of 2002, played in the junior U.S. Open and advanced to the doubles finals along with Shadisha Robinson ... won the USTA Pro Circuit $10,000 Satellite in Baltimore in July of 2002 ... played in the junior Wimbledon, Australian Open, French Open, Italian Open and Astrid Bowl during 2001-02 ... had a breakout year in 2001 on the national scene ... placed third at the K-Swiss Championships ... fourth at the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Super National Hardcourts ... won the USTA International Hardcourts ... finalist at the Super National Clay Court Championships ... doubles winner at the Bush Florida Open ... placed fifth in singles at the Bush Florida Open ... doubles winner at the Chanda Rubin ITA in South Carolina ... prior to arriving in S.C., attended Oak Knoll High School in New Jersey as a freshman and sophomore ... collected a 58-0 record at Oak Knoll ... selected N.J. Player of the Year, Union County Player of the Year and was Union County Champion both years ... earned New Jersey Athlete of the Month in 2000.
Personal: Born June 18, 1985 in Rahway, N.J. ... daughter of Ted & Terry Zawacki ... has three sisters, Tracy, Terry Ann, and Tammy, and one brother, Tim ... Tracy played tennis at Wake Forest ... Terry Ann was a two-time All-America in tennis at Wake Forest ... Tammy played collegiate tennis for Seton Hall ... Tim played baseball and basketball for Monmouth University from 1991-95 ... father, Ted, played basketball at Wake Forest from 1959-63 and led the Demon Deacons to the NCAA Final Four in 1962 and ACC Championships in 1961 & 1962 ... father was also the head basketball coach at Moravian College (Pa.) and at Union High School, while also an assistant coach at Farleigh Dickinson, Delaware and St. Peters ... started playing tennis at age five ... majoring in history with a minor in English and a certificate in policy journalism and media studies.
Year Dual Conference Overall Dual Conference Overall
2003-04 19-6 6-2 22-10 13-10 7-1 21-14
2004-05 11-9 5-4 22-13 6-11 3-6 14-16
2005-06 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 3-1
2006-07 9-10 6-5 12-15 4-10 2-5 10-12
2007-08 4-3 2-2 16-11 9-7 5-4 19-10
CAREER 43-28 19-13 72-50 32-38 17-16 67-53