2007-08 (JUNIOR): For the third year in a row, Vuckovic was named to the All-SEC Second Team ... Her consistent play throughout the year gave her the team's MVP award for the second time in as many years ... Led the team in singles victories thanks to a 25-10 record ... Posted an 8-2 mark in SEC matches, which were all played at the No. 3 position ... Had the most dual-match wins for the Gamecocks with a record of 15-6 ... Posted South Carolina's best record in three-set matches with an 8-4 slate ... With 74 career singles victories at season's end, Vuckovic put herself five away from cracking the school's top 10 list ... Her .705 career winning percentage in singles matches put her ninth on South Carolina's list ... Opened with a 10-4 fall record playing in five tournaments ... Won the A-2 flight at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships by defeating Alida Muller-Wehlau of Armstrong Atlantic State in the finals 4-6, 7-6(5), 6-4 ... Muller-Wehlau finished the season ranked No. 12 in the nation for NCAA Division II while helping AASU win the national championship ... Won two of three matches at the SEC Fall Coaches Classic ... Claimed wins in five of her first six matches during the spring ... Provided a critical win versus then-No. 14 Vanderbilt on March 2 with a 6-2, 7-6(6) triumph over Courtney Ulery, who was ranked No. 48 at the time ... The Gamecocks defeated the Commodores 4-3, and Vandy went on to finish the season with a No. 10 national ranking ... Recorded South Carolina's only point at BYU over spring break with a 6-2, 6-2 win over Chie Hayasaka ... Ended the year with a strong finish by earning seven wins in eight matches ... Her 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 victory against Laura van de Stroet from Ole Miss secured a 4-3 win over the Lady Rebels in Oxford, Miss. ... A 7-5, 6-3 decision against Nicole Kantor helped Carolina beat LSU 5-2 when the Tigers' No. 27 ranking was seven spots higher than South Carolina's position ... One of two players on the team to snag a point from NCAA quarterfinalist Arkansas, defeating Anouk Tigu 6-2, 3-6, 6-4 ... Vuckovic's 6-2, 6-2 win versus Alabama's Alice Tunaru assisted the team in winning in Tuscaloosa, Ala., for the first time since 2002 ... The win over the Crimson Tide also secured at least five SEC wins for South Carolina for the 16th time in 17 seasons competing in the league ... Helped the Gamecocks rally from a 3-0 deficit against VCU in the first round of the NCAA Tournament by upending Kateryna Yergina 6-3, 6-1 ... Vuckovic's doubles partner to start the year was Suzanna Mansour ... At the SEC Fall Coaches Classic, she teamed with countrywoman Miljana Jocic instead ... Despite a first-round loss, the two went on to win the backdraw of the B flight against teams from LSU, Vanderbilt and Mississippi State ... The two held a 7-2 record after beating Hojckova/Roach from N.C. State in February ... Jelena Rajic became her partner after Jocic was forced to sit out the remainder of the season with a knee injury ... Vuckovic and Rajic started SEC play with a 3-0 record after wins against Mississippi State, Ole Miss and LSU at No. 3 doubles ... The two finished 5-6 playing together and were 4-2 versus conference opponents.
2006-07 (SOPHOMORE): Honored as a member of the All-SEC Second Team for a second consecutive year ... Along with Ana Marija Zubori, Vuckovic was named the team's MVP ... Recorded a 23-6 overall record in singles and went 20-10 in doubles contests with Christyn Lucas being her primary partner ... Ranked No. 93 in the nation to begin the fall season ... Ranked as high as No. 57 in doubles during the spring with Lucas ... Ended the year being ranked No. 30 in the ITA Southeast Region ... Vuckovic and Lucas were 13th in the regional rankings for doubles ... Became almost a guaranteed point in singles for the Gamecocks during the spring thanks to her 19-3 record that led the team in dual matches ... Had a stellar 9-1 record in SEC matches, going 4-1 at No. 3 singles and 5-0 at the fourth position ... Vuckovic was also perfect overall at No. 4 singles with an 8-0 record ... Held a 16-6 mark in duals for doubles contests and was 7-3 against the SEC ... She and Lucas were 13-4 at No. 2 doubles and 7-1 versus conference foes at the spot ... They opened the spring with six straight wins and later won nine in a row to cap a run of 15 wins in 16 attempts ... Had a quiet fall with a 4-3 singles record ... Her highlight was making the title match of the A-2 singles flight at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships ... After Vuckovic dropped her first singles match of the spring, she responded with five straight wins ... Following a loss to Estefania Balda of Clemson, Vuckovic ripped off 11 straight victories that all came in straight sets ... A heartbreaking three-set loss to Kentucky's Sarah Woestmann stopped her streak ... During her 11-match unbeaten stretch, Vuckovic notched a 7-5, 6-3 win against Darya Ivanov from Georgia, who was ranked No. 42 in the nation at the time ... Her 6-2, 7-5 triumph over Samantha Orlin of Tennessee at No. 4 singles helped key a 4-2 South Carolina win that marked the Gamecocks' first win in Knoxville, Tenn., since 1993 ... Won another critical match at LSU over Nicole Kantor 6-4, 7-5 on court three in a 4-3 Carolina victory ... Following the LSU match and her 6-1, 6-0 win versus Audrey Bordeleau from Arkansas, Vuckovic was tabbed SEC Player of the Week ... It marked the second year in a row Vuckovic won the award ... Scored another win against a highly regarded opponent in Catherine Newman of Vanderbilt in April ... Posted a 5-7, 6-2, 6-4 win against Newman, ranked No. 38 at the time, playing No. 3 singles ... Also teamed with Lucas to upend Newman and Taka Bertrand in doubles at the second position by a score of 8-5 ... The Commodore duo held a ranking of 51st at the time ... Ended the year on a three-match winning streak with triumphs over Newman, Connor Vogel of Tennessee and Lenore Lazaroiu from Wichita State.
2005-06 (FRESHMAN): Earned second-team All-SEC honors and garnered SEC Player of the Week recognition once ... Led the team in singles victories with a 26-15 record ... Tied for second with fellow freshman Gira Schofield in dual-match wins after a 14-7 slate ... Played No. 2 singles for most of the spring, going 11-7 and 6-5 in SEC contests ... Held a national singles ranking for the majority of the spring season as well, going as high as No. 62 in January and February ... Reached the final of three fall tournaments, including the SEC Fall Coaches Classic and the Southern Intercollegiate Championships ... Defeated a pair of ranked opponents at the fall SEC event in Nina Suvak of Florida and Taka Bertrand from Vanderbilt ... Vuckovic won in three sets both times ... Upended one ranked player in the spring by downing Arizona State's Sabrina Capannolo 6-3, 6-1 at a tournament in Las Vegas ... Won her first six matches in duals ... One of her victories came against Clemson's Maria Brito by a 7-6(5), 1-6, 6-3 count to help South Carolina win 4-3 after losing the doubles point ... Had a five-match winning streak in March as well that included victories over players from Tennessee, Winthrop, LSU, Arkansas and Auburn ... Won a key match against Ilona Somers from Mississippi in the first round of the SEC Tournament ... The Gamecocks lost the doubles point, but Vuckovic's triumph helped lift them to a 4-1 win ... Tied for the team lead in doubles wins thanks to a 19-17 mark ... Went 10-10 in duals and split time playing at one and two doubles ... Played a large portion of the season with Schofield, going 13-11 overall and 5-7 at the No. 1 slot in dual matches ... Her six victories in doubles during SEC play was the best on the squad ... Vuckovic and Schofield defeated one ranked doubles tandem during the season in Somers/Tomatis of Ole Miss, who were No. 41 at the time.
HIGH SCHOOL: Five-time champion of the former Serbia & Montenegro ... Best finish in the ITF junior national rankings was 73rd ... Played in the Wimbledon and French Open under-18 tournaments ... Finished the season ranked No. 1 in her country for the under-16 and -18 age divisions ... Played on national teams at all age levels.
PERSONAL: Is pursuing a degree in international relations and affairs ... Her birthday is May 14, 1986 ... Vuckovic's parents are Dusko and Mirjana Vuckovic ... Has two siblings, Luka and Gordana.