Graciela Rosas
Graciela  Rosas


Mexicali, Mexico

High School:
Vincent Memorial Catholic



Zags Ranked Fifth in Northwest Region

Two singles players, one doubles pair also regionally ranked by ITA


Zags Set Academic Records for Spring 2017

Dept. record 158 student-athletes recognized on President's or Dean's List


WTEN Season Ends in WCC Finals

Two Zags, one pair named to All-WCC Championships squad


Zags Sweep into First WCC Title Match

A 4-0 win over BYU puts Zags one win from NCAA berth


Second-Seeded Zags Up for Challenge at WCCs

GU begins WCC Champs in semifinal round on Friday


WTEN vs. Saint Mary's April 14

Photos from Friday, April 14's women's tennis match versus Saint Mary's.


Women's Tennis vs. Montana Feb. 24

Photos from the Zags' win over Montana inside The Stevens Center


Women's Tennis vs. Idaho Feb. 17

Scenes from the Bulldogs' 4-3 comeback win against the Vandals on Friday, Feb. 17 at The Stevens Center.


Gonzaga Invitational Day 2

Photos from day two of play at the Gonzaga Invitational November 12.


Gonzaga Invitational Day 1

Scenes from the first day of competition at the Gonzaga Invitational November 11, 2016.

2016-17: First Team All-WCC -- Doubles. Singles: 20-8 overall in singles play, 14-3 in duals...reached two bracket championships in tournament play...2-0 at Gonzaga Invitational Nov. 11-13...opened spring season with seven consecutive wins Jan. 29 to March 14...moved to No. 3 singles Feb. 17 versus Idaho, downing Jessica Brzozowska in three sets...also beat Hawaii's Roxanne Resma in three...5-1 in WCC play and led one match left unfinished...beat Saint Mary's' Clementine Clement 6-3, 6-2 to help GU win first dual against Gaels in 16 years April 14. Doubles: 17-10 overall in doubles play, 12-3 in dual play...reached two bracket finals in fall tournament season with Alex Bourguignon...won three straight matches with Bourguignon Feb. 10-17, led two more left unfinished Feb. 24-26...first teamed with Sophie Whittle at No. 2 doubles March 18, downing Boyden/Bacharach of Cal Poly 6-3...with Whittle, ended year on 9-0 run and remained only doubles team in WCC to go undefeated in dual play...6-0 in WCC play, claiming wins against San Francisco, Santa Clara, BYU, Saint Mary's Pacific, and Loyola Marymount...named WCC Doubles Team of the Week March 28...also beat Cusick/Beckman of BYU April 28 in WCC Championships semifinal.

2015-16: Singles: 19-7 overall, 14-4 in dual play at No. 5 singles…went 2-3 at Cougar Classic Sept. 11-13, including 6-2, 6-2 win in first collegiate match…reached final of White Singles Flight at Bulldog Invitational Nov. 6-8…won first collegiate dual Jan. 16 at Utah State…won 11 matches in a row and went unbeaten in 14 from Jan. 31 to April 8…ten of those wins came in two sets, and six came when ceding three games or fewer…back-to-back 6-1, 6-0 matches March 7 and 9…on March 26, came back to beat BYU’s Taylah Beckman in three sets to clinch GU’s first-ever win over the Cougars…4-2 in WCC play with wins over San Diego, BYU, Loyola Marymount, and Pacific. Doubles: 8-8 overall and 0-2 in dual play…went 2-1 with Alex Bourguignon at Cougar Classic Sept. 11-13…teaming with Nevada Apollo, reached semifinal of Bulldog Invitational with three straight wins Nov. 6-8…with Apollo, played No. 3 doubles in first collegiate dual Jan. 16 at Utah State.

High School: Played three years at Vincent Memorial Catholic in Calexico, Calif. …reached the CIF semifinals all three years, earning MVP honors three times as well…went undefeated in league play through all three years and was a three-time Athlete of the Year award winner from the Imperial Valley Press…also earned a spot on the Honor Roll multiple times.

Other Experience: Continuously the top ranked player in Baja California since 2007, has represented the state in five National Olympics, claiming gold in 2011…also has tournament wins in the 2014 Desert Princes Spring Open Championship and the 85th Annual Balboa Open Maureen Connolly Memorial.

Personal: Parents are Patricia and Gustavo…has a brother also named Gustavo…majoring in business administration and wants to minor in sports management…chose Gonzaga because “the team and coaches made Gonzaga feel like home. The tennis program is amazing and the coaches really commit themselves to improving the person on and off the court. I’m looking forward to working as a team and improving my tennis.”

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