GU took the doubles point and four of six singles matches
Kate Ketels picked up the clinching point in singles
Whittle came back from down a set to clinch
GU won its fourth straight dual match
The Zags moved to 6-2 on the year
Women's Tennis vs. Montana State.
Photos from the third and final day of play at the Gonzaga Invite Nov. 5.
Photos from day two of the Bulldog Invite at The Stevens Center Nov. 4.
Photos from the first day of the Gonzaga Invite Nov. 3, 2017.
Photos from day three of the Bulldog Invite Oct. 1, 2017 inside The Stevens Center.
2016-17: WCC All-Academic Honorable Mention. Singles: 11-12 overall in singles play, 4-7 in duals...reached Round of 32 at USTA/ITA Northwest Regionals, beating San Francisco's Amber Del Rosario and Santa Clara's Zeina El Tawil in two sets Oct. 21-22...won bracket at Bulldog Invite Nov. 4-6...picked up first dual win of season versus Eastern Washington's Carolina Lopez Feb. 10...downed SU's Barbara Carey in two sets one day later...beat Utah State's Hannah Jones Feb. 26...led Saint Mary's' Kareena Manji 6-3, 4-1 when dual was clinched...also led Pacific's Cristina Saenz de Buruaga Ruiz when left unfinished April 15. Doubles: 13-12 overall in doubles play, 6-8 in duals...reached two bracket finals in fall tournaments...with Nevada Apollo, made Round of 32 at USTA/ITA Northwest Regionals Oct. 21...three straight wins at No. 3 doubles with Graciela Rosas Feb. 10-17...with Rosas, led two more matches 5-3 when left unfinished...played two matches at No. 1 doubles March 30-April 1 with Domonique Garley...clinched doubles points April 14-15 versus Saint Mary's and Pacific with Kate Ketels...also won 6-2 in WCC Championships semifinal against BYU's Smith/Perkinson.
2015-16: Academic All-WCC Honorable Mention. Singles: 19-10 overall, 12-3 in dual play, all at No. 4 singles...reached quarterfinals of Cougar Classic Sept. 11-13…won first two matches at ITA Northwest Regionals Oct. 23-25, reaching Round of opened dual season with three-set win at Utah State…nine straight dual wins Jan.29 to March 13, six of them in two sets…stretch began with 6-2, 6-0 win over Montana’s Hannah Sulz…clinched wins over Seattle U and Idaho during win streak…2-2 in WCC play with five matches remaining unfinished…beat Pacific’s Sabrina Rodriguez 6-3, 6-3 April 16…also downed Tatiana Grigoryan of Portland in two sets one week later. Doubles: 17-13 overall, 10-7 in dual play, all at No. 2 doubles…reached quarterfinals of Bulldog Invitational Nov. 6-8 with two wins alongside Melanie Yates…won first dual match of the year in a tiebreak at Utah State Jan. 16…capped doubles sweep vs. Nevada Jan. 31 with 7-6 (7) win over Morales/Gergelyova…swept Toledo’s Goodland/Bowman March 9…3-2 in WCC action, beginning with 6-3 win vs. Torres/Chow of San Diego…also posted wins over San Francisco and Portland…three conference matches remained unfinished.
2014-15: Equaled school record with 24 singles wins as a freshman. Singles: went 24-14 individually with a 15-5 record in dual contests...played mostly No. 4 singles with 14-2 record at the position...beat WCC foes such as Jelena
High School: Graduated from Florida Virtual School.
Junior Experience: Trained at L'Academie de Tennis in Deerfield Beach, Florida...played in numerous International Tennis Federation tournaments while in high school...won five doubles titles in ITF competition and reached four semifinals in singles play...also has success in non-ITF play, winning the Rick Macci Summer Supers L6 tournament in June 2014.
Personal: Parents are Irene and Lindsay...has two sisters named Maddy and Sophia...will major in business...chose Gonzaga because she wanted a small school and really liked the team and the coaches.
03/04/2018 - Women’s Tennis Falls at No. 20 Kansas
03/03/2018 - Women's Tennis Battles No. 21 Wichita State to Wire in 4-3 Loss
03/02/2018 - Women’s Tennis Takes on Two Top 25s in Kansas
02/24/2018 - Women’s Tennis Grabs 4-2 Win Over BYU
02/23/2018 - Women’s Tennis Begins WCC Play against BYU
02/20/2018 - Apollo, Jacobs Sweep WCC Tennis Weekly Awards
02/20/2018 - Women’s Tennis Enters Rankings at No. 41
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