Two women’s tennis players to compete for college tennis’ summer national title
Two Zags, one pair named to All-WCC Championships squad
A 4-0 win over BYU puts Zags one win from NCAA berth
GU begins WCC Champs in semifinal round on Friday
Zags finish second in WCC; will be No. 2 seed at conference tournament
Photos from Friday, April 14's women's tennis match versus Saint Mary's.
Photos from the Zags' win over Montana inside The Stevens Center
Scenes from the Bulldogs' 4-3 comeback win against the Vandals on Friday, Feb. 17 at The Stevens Center.
Photos from day two of play at the Gonzaga Invitational November 12.
Scenes from the first day of competition at the Gonzaga Invitational November 11, 2016.
2016-17: Singles: 20-7 overall in singles play, 12-3 in duals...won bracket title at first collegiate tournament, the SMU Invite, Oct. 8-10...two wins at USTA/ITA Northwest Regionals Oct. 21-23...won first 11 singles matches of spring season, seven in two sets...opened dual year with three-set win over Wyoming's Ana Tkachenko Jan. 29...brushed passed Fresno State's Ndindi Ndunda 6-2, 6-0 March 16...3-3 in WCC play with all three wins coming in two sets...opened conference season with 6-1, 6-1 win over USF's Sarina Chhabra March 25...also beat Pacific's Sabrina Rodriguez April 15...led BYU's Taylah Beckman by a set April 28 in WCC Championships semifinal. Doubles: 20-11 overall in doubles play, 13-7 in duals...with Domonique Garley, reached bracket final at SMU Invite Oct. 8-10... won two matches at USTA/ITA Regionals Oct. 21-23 with Sophie Whittle...opened spring season with four matches atop doubles lineup with Whittle, getting wins against Eastern Washington and Seattle U...downed Hawaii's Pits/Resma with Whittle March 14...four straight wins at No. 3 doubles with Haruna Tsuruta March 18-26; 7-2 overall with Tsuruta...5-4 in WCC play...with Alex Bourguignon, clinched doubles point in WCC Championship semifinals against BYU's Smith/Perkinson.
Hackett Catholic Prep: Played tennis for two years at Hackett Prep…won Michigan Division 4 State Championship as a senior…two-time city, conference, and regional champion…SAC All-Conference honoree…also ran cross country and was on cheer squad for a year...SAC Academic All-Conference…member of National Honors Society…four-year academic letter…Detroit Athletic Club Scholar Athlete of the Year nominee.
Other Experience: Competed in multiple USTA national championships, including the USTA National Championships in 2014 and National Clay Court Championships in 2015…won three singles matches at USTA Midwest Level 1 Fall Closed Championships…reached quarterfinals of Level 2 Open Championships…also reached semifinals or better of three other regional tournaments.
Personal: Parents are Mindy and Alex…has a sister named Maggie…undecided on a major…chose Gonzaga because, “When I started the recruiting process, I had no idea what I was looking for and was pretty overwhelmed by the entire process. I hoped that I could find a school that had a good and growing tennis program and strong academic credentials. I really hoped I would know when I found the right school. I knew almost immediately, after arriving on campus, that Gonzaga was the school for me. I loved the family environment. Everyone on campus was so friendly and supportive. The atmosphere was pretty incredible. There is so much school spirit. Everybody I met and talked with seemed so excited and honored to be there. I cannot really describe it, but I am so excited to be a part of it.”
06/07/2017 - Zags Ranked Fifth in Northwest Region
05/03/2017 - Two Zags Earn All-Academic Honors
04/29/2017 - WTEN Season Ends in WCC Finals
04/28/2017 - Zags Sweep into First WCC Title Match
04/27/2017 - Second-Seeded Zags Up for Challenge at WCCs
04/26/2017 - Zags Well Represented in All-Conference Teams
04/22/2017 - Gonzaga Fights but Falls to No. 13 Pepperdine
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