The Irish hosted the three-day invitational at the Courtney Tennis Center.
AS A FRESHMAN:Compiled an outstanding initial campaign, boasting a 20-13 singles record (14-10 dual) as well as a 12-15 doubles mark (8-10 dual) ... wasted no time in beginning collegiate career with a bang, sweeping the field at the Ball State Fall Invitational en route to a 4-0 record ... played one match against a nationally ranked player, losing to No. 113 Monique Albuquerque of Miami, Fla., in straight sets (2-6, 1-6) ... longest win streak during season spanned six matches from March 26 to April 13 ... spent the majority of the spring season playing at No. 3 doubles, splitting time with Julie Sabacinski and Molly O'Koniewski ... along with O'Koniewski, defeated Emily Safron and Heini Salonen of Boston College (6-3) in the first round of the ACC Tournament before bowing out against Stephanie Wagner and Lina Lileikite of Miami, Fla., (6-8) ... earned a monogram.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Letterwinner at St. Francis High School ... ranked among the top-five players in Northern California ... three-time Western Catholic Athletic League first team selection ... two-time San Jose Mercury News all-league first team choice ... member of the 2010 Central Coast Section Scholastic Championship team ... top-50 national prospect was a finalist at the 2012 Girls 18s National Open and the 2011 Girls 16s Doubles Orange Bowl, both sanctioned by the United States Tennis Association ... reached the doubles final of the Waco Junior International Tennis Federation event in September of 2011 ... participated in the 2011 USTA Intersectional Team Championships in Shreveport, La. ... trains at the Kim Grant Tennis Academy ... enrolled in the First Year of Studies.