|Hometown:||Trabuco Cyn, Calif.|
|High School:||Santa Margarita Catholic|
Junior (2009-10): Had an incredible year, earning first team All-Ivy in both singles and doubles for the second straight season ... unanimous selection in doubles with Mary Beth Winingham ... she is now a two-time first team All-Ivy doubles player ... earned first team singles for the second time in three years ... has been selected for postseason awards each of her first three years ... ranked as high as eighth in the region and 118th nationally ... played all of her matches at No. 1 in both doubles and singles during the dual match season ... helped Dartmouth to its highest national ranking in program history at No. 38 ... led the Big Green to the ECAC Indoor Championship Match before falling to #44 Yale ... won each of her top matches in all of Dartmouth's ranked opponents ... had a season-long 10-match winning streak from the fall to the spring and won 15-of-16 matches to start the year ...posted a 3-4 mark in Ivy play ... went 17-5 in doubles during the dual match season with Winingham ...won 11-of-12 matches to began the dual season ... recorded five Ivy wins ... defeated #30 nationally Sarah Fansler of U. Southern California ... beat #114 nationally Dijana Stojic of University of South Carolina ... played the ITA All-American Tournament in singles and doubles ... 11-4 in doubles with Winingham in the fall ... semi-finalist of ITA Regional ... champion of Big Green Invite ... beat teams from Nebraska and Georgia.
Sophomore (2008-09): Appeared as the top player for the Big Green during the spring dual-match season ... was named unanimous first team All-Ivy selection for singles and a second team All-Ivy member for doubles with Mary Beth Winingham ... went 12-6 during the spring season ... took down Penn, Columbia, Cornell and Princeton during the Ivy season ... posted a 4-3 mark in the fall, making the Round of 16 at the U.S. Tennis Center Invite ... defeated #116 Janet Kim of Yale in a comeback win on April 17 ... racked up 15 wins with Winingham in doubles for the spring ... won eight in a row starting on Feb. 7 against BU and finished vs. Temple on March 1 ... loss only two Ivy matches at No. 1 doubles and earned wins over Harvard, Penn, Columbia, Cornell, Brown and Yale ... mixed it up in the fall with Shelley Carpeni as her partner in doubles and went 4-2, while also teaming with Georgiana Smyser and losing at the USTC Invite.
Freshman (2007-08): Earned a No. 15 ITA East Region singles ranking and a No. 10 doubles ranking with Megan Zebroski ... named second team All-Ivy in singles, first team All-Ivy in doubles with Megan ... runner-up for Ivy League “Rookie of the Year” ... reached the final of the “A” flight at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center Women’s College Tennis Invitational, ousting top-seed Elze Potgieter of Texas A&M in the semis ... singles record of 23-12 at No. 1 singles, with Ivy League wins over Princeton, Columbia, and Cornell ... doubles record of 23-12, with Ivy wins at No. 1 doubles over Columbia, Cornell, Brown, Yale and Harvard ... had singles wins over nationally-ranked players No. 101 Elze Potgieter of Texas A&M and No. 108 Melissa Saiontz of Princeton ... other notable wins: Michal Amir of Maryland, NC State’s Berkeley Brock, Indiana’s Alba Berdala, and BU’s Francine Whu ... seeded 19th at the ITA East Regional in October ... downed Virginia Commonwealth University’s Laura Burns before falling to Princeton’s Saiontz 1-6, 6-4, 6-4 in the round of 32 ... advanced to the Flight 1 semis of Wake Forest’s Demon Deacon Classic ... won the summer 2008 Dartmouth ITA Championship, beating teammate Mary Beth in the final.
Before Dartmouth: Ranked in the top 60 nationally in girls’ 18s ... ranked in the top 10 in Southern California ... finalist in the St. Louis Junior Clay Championship in 2006 ... semifinalist at the USTA Winter Super National girls’ 16s ... led her high school team to four-straight league finals, winning the title her senior year ... reached the final of the 2007 Dartmouth ITA Championship ... parents are both Dartmouth alumni.
Why Dartmouth? Even though my parents went to Dartmouth, I thought I wanted to go somewhere else and chart my own course. But I ended up choosing Dartmouth because of the terrific team atmosphere, the wonderful people I met on my visit, and the unique environment of Hanover.