blankXimena Siles Luna
South Carolina Still Looks to Make 19th Consecutive NCAA Appearance
Gamecocks and Rebels Face Off at 9 a.m. ET From Starkville, Miss.
South Carolina Loses 4-3, Heads to SEC Tournament as No. 8 Seed
No. 18 Commodores Defeat South Carolina 6-1 in Nashville
South Carolina Looks to Extend its Four-Match SEC Unbeaten Streak
South Carolina vs. Ole Miss (4/7/2013)
South Carolina vs. Alabama (3/24/2013)
South Carolina vs. College of Charleston (2/23/2013)
HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked as high as No. 167 on the International Tennis Federation Junior Circuit ... Had a 62-35 singles record and went 53-29 in doubles on the ITF Junior Circuit prior to joining South Carolina ... Won her first ITF doubles title in El Salvador at the Copa Cristal in 2009 partnered with Carla Forte of Brazil ... The following week, she and Forte won another doubles title at the XVIII Copa Mundo Maya in Guatemala ... Siles Luna also claimed her first ITF singles championship in Guatemala by defeating her partner Forte in the finals ... Won her second singles title at the Copa Ciudad De Bogota in Colombia in August 2009 after reaching the main draw through qualification rounds ... Was a singles finalist at the Copa Club Farallones in Colombia a week later and reached the finals again the following year ... Snagged her second doubles title to cap off her 2009 season at the Peru Junior Open playing with Camila Acuna ... Opened the 2010 season by winning another doubles championship at the Inka Bowl in Peru playing alongside Patricia Ku Flores ... Won a doubles title with Domenica Gonzalez at the 2010 Copa Club Farallones ... Reached the finals of the Peru Junior Open in 2010 and won the doubles title with Ku Flores ... Advanced to the semifinals in singles at the 2011 Londrina Juniors Cup in Brazil while also making the finals in doubles ... A singles semifinalist and doubles finalist at the 2011 Peru Junior Open as well ... Won two matches in qualifying at the 2011 Orange Bowl International Tennis Championship in Florida ... Her last ITF junior event prior to enrolling at South Carolina was the Torneo Sudamericano Individual in Bolivia where she made the quarterfinals in singles and semifinals in doubles.