Zags wrap up fall schedule with eight more victories
Zags win all 10 matches played Friday
Gonzaga wins all six main brackets at opening tournament
Zags guarantee doubles sweep; have at least one player in every singles championship
All four doubles pairs, seven individuals advance to semifinals
Photos from day three of the Bulldog Invite Oct. 1, 2017 inside The Stevens Center.
Photos from day one of the Bulldog Invite, women's tennis' first tournament of 2017-18.
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.
Photos from the third day of competition at the Bulldog Invite.
2016-17: Singles: 5-3 overall in singles play...first collegiate win came Oct. 9 versus Incarnate Word's Rachel Sadiq 6-4, 6-0...claimed bracket title at Bulldog Invite with three two-set wins Nov. 4-6...beat Idaho's Claire Yang once more at Gonzaga Invitational. Doubles: 3-3 overall in doubles play...with Haruna Tsuruta, won first collegiate match Oct. 8 versus NSU's Litvinova/Avram...also beat Abilene Christian's Henry/Ryan 6-4 at SMU Invite Oct. 10...at Bulldog Invite, beat Montana's Carbo/Joanlanne 6-2 on Nov. 5.
Lake Oswego High School: Played No. 1 singles all four years at Lake Oswego…led Lakers to first state title as a senior, the school’s first since 1992…claimed 6A doubles championship while going undefeated as a senior…also finished second at State in singles play as a junior…reached state tournament all four years…named First Team All-State during junior and senior years…won two district titles…led team to 64-0 record in district play over four years…named Outstanding Athlete of the Year and Team Captain in 2016…also a member of the National Honors Society and Spanish National honors Society…earned spot on Honor Roll throughout high school...finalist in DECA and received 2016 Choral Service Award.
Other Experience: Practiced out of Portland High Performance Tennis in Portland…Top 3 player in Oregon, Top 5 player in the Pacific Northwest…played on Pacific Northwest Zonals Team in 2014…won multiple USTA Pacific Northwest Junior tournaments, including a Level 4 doubles championship in 2014, a Level 3 Doubles Championship in 2015, and is a two-time Lewis and Clark Classic singles champion.
Personal: Parents are Molly and Shaun…has two siblings named Libby and Brandon…has two collegiate tennis players in the family: uncle Mark Onustock played at Washington and cousin Megin Moore played at Pepperdine…majoring in business and wants to work in sports marketing after graduation…chose Gonzaga for “its strong sense of community, faith based foundation, reputable academic and business programs, intimate campus setting, and of course the amazing tennis coaching staff and team. Ultimately, Gonzaga felt like home when I first stepped on campus. After spending time with the coaches and my future teammates, I knew Gonzaga was the right choice for me.”
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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