Gamecock Junior Fifth Player in School History to Land on First Team
Gamecock Junior Wins Weekly Award for Second Time in her Career
Siles Luna Clinches Second Consecutive Match
Gamecocks Earn Highest Ranked Win of the Season
South Carolina Moves to 3-6 in SEC Play
South Carolina vs. Vanderbilt (4/13/2014)
South Carolina vs. Texas A&M (3/2/2014)
South Carolina vs. Clemson (2/16/14)
South Carolina vs. Ole Miss (4/7/2013)
South Carolina vs. Alabama (3/24/2013)
2012-13 (SOPHOMORE): A late addition to the Gamecocks' roster who joined the team in January ... Had to sit out the first seven matches of the spring in order to become NCAA eligible ... Finished with an 11-6 record in singles while tying for the team lead in SEC victories with a 7-5 mark ... Had a 7-6 record playing doubles and was 5-5 in SEC competition ... Made her debut at Furman on Feb. 20 playing No. 3 singles and No. 3 doubles ... Won the first three singles matches of her career ... Clinched South Carolina's 4-1 win over No. 18 Auburn, the Gamecocks' top win of the spring ... Came back from a set down against the Tigers' Emily Flickinger to snag the win ... Moved up to No. 2 singles against Mississippi State on April 5 and won a thrilling three set match over Alexandra Perper 4-6, 7-6 (7-5), 7-5 to give South Carolina a 4-3 triumph ... Followed up that performance with a 6-1, 6-2 win over Mai El Kamash of Ole Miss, a player ranked No. 82 at the time, to give herself the first ranked victory of her career ... Earned SEC Player of the Week honors after posting an undefeated record against Mississippi State and Ole Miss ... End the season winning five of her final six contests, including one in the Gamecocks' first-round NCAA Tournament match versus Purdue ... Played her doubles matches almost exclusively with Ximena Siles Luna ... The duo went 7-5 and 5-4 against SEC foes ... Helped the Gamecocks secure doubles points against Missouri, Tennessee, Alabama, Ole Miss and Purdue.
HIGH SCHOOL: An accomplished player on the ITF Circuit ... Ranked as high as No. 380 in the world in singles in August 2011 ... Achieved a career-high world ranking of No. 323 in doubles also in August 2011 ... Winner of one singles title on the circuit in 2010 at Lleida in Spain ... Won all five of her matches in straight sets and earned 12 WTA points in the process with the win ... Picked up a doubles title in 2010 as well at Innsbruck in Austria with Victoria Larriere ... Also a doubles finalist in 2010 at Clermont-Ferrand in France with partner Alize Lim ... Won two ITF doubles titles in 2009, the first coming at Espinho, Portugal, with Caroline Garcia and the second at Equeurdreville, France, with Constance Sibille ... A doubles finalist at Bournemouth, Great Britain, with Lim that same year as well ... Played higher level tournaments in 2011 ... Scored a victory against Ekaterina Bychkova of Russia, ranked No. 184 in the world at the time, in Paris in the first round of the qualifying draw ... A singles finalist at Getxo, Spain, and Florence, Italy ... Most recent tournament prior to joining the Gamecocks was in Vienna, Austria, where she reached the semifinals in singles and doubles ... Listed as having a 91-95 singles record playing on the WTA Tour and ITF Circuit main draw of events and 53-52 for doubles.