Tigers end Spring 2015 season with nine victories
The 4-3 match victory is the Tigers' first SEC win of the Spring 2015 season
New Braunfels, Texas native has won the honor two seasons in a row
The New Braunfels, Texas native now has three ranked wins this season
Mizzou closes out 2014-15 regular season on Sunday at Alabama
Missouri vs Arkansas - SEC Championships
Missouri vs Mississippi State
Missouri vs Drake
Missouri vs SIUE
2014 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll
2014 SEC Women's Tennis Community Service Team
Tallied three singles wins over nationally ranked opponents during spring action: Defeated No. 42 Georgiana Patrasc (Mississippi State) on Sept. 20, 2014, defeated No. 85 Nadia Ravita (Kentucky) on March 22, 2015, and took down No. 28 Erin Routliffe (Alabama) on April 12, 2015.
Cracked the ITA national singles rankings (No. 122) on April 14, 2015 following her win over Routliffe.
Her 10 singles wins during spring season ranked T-1st among Tigers roster.
Produced two SEC singles wins, second most on the team.
Competed at #1 singles throughout the spring campaign, marking the only Tiger to compete at the top spot.
Went 8-4 in spring non-conference competition, including a seven match winning streak.
Best success in spring doubles action came with Bea Machado Santos and Madison Rhyner, as the tandems finished with 2-0 and 4-5 records, respectively.
Claimed two event championships during Fall 2014 season, both coming at doubles play (one with Brittany Lashway and one with Santos).
Played at No. 2 singles in the fall and spring.
Earned two wins against SEC opponents.
Defeated Mississippi State's Alexandra Perper (6-3, 6-2) and Kentucky's Aldila Sutjiadi (6-4, 6-4).
Also recorded wins over Princeton and Oklahoma State in the fall.
Paired with a few different teammates for doubles and went 12-18 in No. 2 and No. 3 doubles throughout the year.
Went 3-1 at No. 3 doubles with Cassidy Spearman to close out the year.
Named to the SEC Women's Tennis Community Service Team.
Earned a straight set win in the Red Raiders' dual win over UTEP on March 22.
In doubles action, posted a strong 6-2 record in the fall and was ranked as high as No. 88 in the ITA doubles rankings this spring.
Also won the Alamo City Super Championship Major Zone singles and doubles titles in 2011.
Placed second in singles and third in doubles in the USTA Regional Tournament in 2011 and took fourth in singles at the USTA National Open in 2009.
Was a three-time winner of the Nancy Jeffett Sportsmanship Award.
Helped New Braunfels High School win Texas 5A State Championships in 2008, 2009 and 2012, playing both singles and doubles.
Won the Texas 5A Girls Doubles Championship in 2012.
Earned University Interscholastic League (UIL) Academic All-State in 2012 and was named to the Acdemic All-District 26-AAAAA teams in 2009 and 2010.
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