Duke Women's Tennis BIO
2014-15: Competed in final season at Duke, amassing a career singles record of 96-27 and a doubles mark of 60-37 … earned the second-most ACC singles wins (36) of any student-athlete in Duke history … compiled a 19-15 singles mark and 16-7 doubles record … posted a near-perfect 8-2 singles ledger against conference foes … ranked as high as 86th by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) in singles throughout the year … upset 14th-ranked Zsofi Susanyi of California, 6-4, 6-3, to open play in 2015 … assisted in Duke’s come-from-behind win against eighth-ranked Virginia by defeating Skylar Morton, 7-5, 6-3, March 22 … defeated Jessy Rompies of 20th-ranked Clemson en route to Duke’s 4-3 upset win … won six straight doubles matches, all while playing alongside Rebecca Smaller, to open the 2014 fall campaign.
2013-14: Made a strong return to the Duke lineup after missing the 2012-13 season due to injury … finished with a 20-6 overall record, including a 9-3 ledger in ACC play … competed primarily at the No. 5 position throughout the season, amassing a 7-4 mark … also recorded a near-perfect 6-1 ledger at the No. 6 position … clinched the Duke victory over No. 11 Michigan by defeating Sara Remynse, 6-4, 6-4 … outlasted No. 125 Ashley Dai of third-ranked North Carolina, 6-4, 6-2 … concluded the season on a six-match win streak … participated in four NCAA Team Championship matches, leading the Blue Devils off the courts in singles in all four contests … teamed with Marianne Jodoin to register a 3-2 overall doubles record … paired with Jodoin to reach the consolation semifinal round of the Freeman Memorial Tennis Championships.
2012-13: Did not participate due to injury.
2010-11: ACC Rookie of the Year … All-ACC selection … Named ITA Carolina Regional Rookie of the Year …went undefeated in singles play with a 28-0 record… recorded a perfect 11-0 mark in ACC play… played primarily in the No. 5 spot where she went 24-0… tallied a 4-0 mark during her time at No. 4 … cruised to an impressive 6-2,6-0 win over No. 28 Alexandra Cercone of the University of Florida… ranked 77th nationally at the conclusion of the season … partnered with Ellah Nze for the majority of her doubles matches, posting a 10-9 record, including a 7-8 record from the No. 1 spot… the tandem earned wins over two nationally-ranked opponents… concluded the year ranked No. 47 with Nze, their highest mark of the season … in the fall, posted a 3-1 singles record and a 3-0 doubles record with fellow freshman Hanna Mar.