American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team (2014-15)
Went 18-4 in singles matches in her rookie season, including a 9-4 record in the spring... Her .818 singles winning percentage is tied for fifth-highest in UH single-season history... Went 5-2 against American Athletic Conference opponents... Helped the Cougars win 18 straight matches from Feb. 20 - April 17, a program record... Also helped UH reach the NCAA Tournament in her first season... Earned her first ITA national ranking, beginning the spring season at No. 108... Opened the spring with a 6-3, 6-2 victory over Lina Hallgren of UTSA (1/17) which capped a 10-match winning streak... Battled injuries but returned in late March to start an eight-match winning streak... Started the streak with a 6-1, 6-4 victory over Meredith Maltby of Tulane (3/17)... Scored a 6-3, 6-1 win over Marija Bogicevic of No. 62 Marshall (3/22)... Won two matches at the American Championship... Defeated Shea Flanagan of UConn (4/16) in the quarterfinals and Holly Verner of No. 73 SMU (4/17) in the semifinals... Went 8-14 in doubles, including 6-8 in dual matches... Earned five of her six dual wins while teaming with Mina Markovic... Was undefeated in her first fall campaign, going 9-0... Won her flights at the Solinco Houston Open, the Rice Invite and the Jason's Deli Collegiate Invitational... Defeated Hanna Elfving of Lamar, 6-0, 6-1, in the Houston Open final on Sept. 21... Dropped Solo Zinko of Rice, 6-4, 5-7, 10-8 in the finals of the Rice Invite on Sept. 28... Also posted a 2-6 doubles record.
PRIOR TO HOUSTON
Was ranked as high as No. 41 in the Spanish Women's Open rankings and is one of the top juniors in her country, having reached the junior national semifinals in the U-14 and U-16 divisions and most recently winning the U-18 National title... Has consistently been the top junior in her region of Castile and Leon, having won 14 regional championships there in her junior career.
|Career Highs at Houston (as of 5/12/15)|
|Highest Ranked Win||---||---|
|Record vs. Ranked Individuals||---||---|
|Most Wins in a Season||18||2014-15|
|Most Wins in a Season (Dual Play)||9||2014-15|
|Most Doubles Wins in a Season||8||2014-15|
|Most Doubles Wins in a Season (Dual Play)||6||2014-15|
|Longest Singles Win Streak||10||2014-15|
|Longest Doubles Win Streak||3||2014-15|
|Highest National Ranking||108th||1/6/15|
|Highest Position Played||No. 5||---|