2007-08 (JUNIOR): Returned to the courts in fall 2007 after not playing competitive tennis for nearly a year ... After losing in three sets in her first match at the UVa Invitational, Mansour won three matches in a row ... Her first victory was a 6-3, 7-6(0) triumph over Maggie Yahner from Virginia and her next two came in three sets over Olena Leonchuk and Sophie Grabinski of VCU and North Carolina ... Won three out of four matches at the Wildcat Invitational in Evanston, Ill., in October against players from Wisconsin, Michigan State and William & Mary ... Grabbed two wins in three matches at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships ... Reached the semifinals of flight 3 at the SEC Fall Coaches Classic in Auburn, Ala., in November ... Beat Kentucky's Alaina Trgovich 7-6(2), 0-6, 6-4 in the round of 16 and won 3-6, 6-2, 6-1 versus Soledad Podlipnik from Ole Miss in the quarters ... Went 6-2 in her final eight matches during the fall ... Won her first three matches of the spring against Troy, College of Charleston and Winthrop ... Suffered a severe ankle sprain at Tennessee on March 9 while warming up before the match ... Her lone win after the Tennessee match came at Auburn on April 12 against Whitney Chappell 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 at No. 4 singles ... In doubles, Mansour initially played with Natasa Vuckovic but was paired with Megan McGavock heading into the SEC fall tournament ... The duo lost in the finals of the B flight to a Georgia team ... Mansour and McGavock started the spring with four straight wins at the third position ... Had another four-match unbeaten streak during the spring against tandems from Utah, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and LSU.
2006-07 (SOPHOMORE): Compiled an 8-5 singles slate in the fall for Florida State ... Made the quarterfinals of the Wilson/ITA South Regional Championships ... Opened the tournament with three straight victories, including a 6-4, 7-5 triumph over Emily Mowery from Miami (Fla.) in the round of 16 ... Reached the championship match of her respective singles flight at the Seminole Invitational after posting a pair of wins ... Lost in three sets in the final ... Had a 4-1 doubles record playing with Ania Rynarzewska and went 2-1 with Carolin Walter.
2005-06 (FRESHMAN): Had an overall singles record of 17-19 and went 11-9 in dual contests, playing most of her matches at the fourth and fifth positions ... Held an 8-4 record at No. 5 singles ... Earned six ACC wins ... One of four newcomers and three freshmen on the Florida State women's tennis team ... Played in 21 of 22 matches for FSU ... Won six of her first seven dual matches in the spring ... Had a three-match winning streak in March that included victories against Sarah Svoboda of Boston College, Jennifer Dent from Maryland and Laura Reichert of North Carolina ... Was a key factor in the Seminoles' 4-3 victory against Virginia Tech, as she defeated Jessica Long in three sets 4-6, 7-5, 6-2 ... Helped FSU nearly defeat Clemson, a top-25 team at the time, by downing Kathryn Gerber 6-3, 6-0 at the No. 5 slot ... During the fall, she reached the final of her respective singles flight at the Lady Seminole Classic ... Had a record of 10-11 in doubles ... Primarily partnered with Ania Rynarzewska ... Defeated Virginia Tech's 47th-ranked pair of Elazari/Larson 8-5 ... A member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Trinity Christian Academy ... Was the 2005 Florida Class 1A singles champion ... District and regional champion of her respective area as a senior ... Ranked No. 5 in the state of Florida and No. 14 in the nation ... Won the 2003 state mixed doubles championship and took home the doubles state championship crown as well ... In 2004, Mansour reached two semifinals of the National Open Tournaments before they were both rained out ... Won the 2004 Florida Designated Top Singles 18s by upsetting the top seed ... Played in the 2004 Fed Cup for Florida and won all of her matches ... Florida took home the gold medal ... Claimed the 2003 Bush Florida Open championship ... Placed third at the 2003 National Open Singles in the 18s division ... In 2002, she was the third-place winner in the 16s and in 2001 claimed fourth place.
PERSONAL: Currently a sport and entertainment management major ... Suzanna Mansour was born Oct. 13, 1986 ... The daughter of Samir and Inge ... Has one younger brother named Fadi ... Was coached in high school by Mark Murray ... Was born in the Netherlands and moved to the United States when she was 7 years old ... Her mother is Dutch and her father is Arabic.