First-Team All-CAA in singles (2010, 2011)
Third-Team All-CAA in doubles (2010, 2011)
W&M Provost Award (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13)
Senior Season (2012-13)
Competed in the UVA Fall Classic and Tribe Invitational during the fall … Missed the entire spring season due to injury … W&M Provost Award winner.
Junior Season (2011-12)
A Provost Award winner ... Ranked No. 125 in singles during the fall season ... Recorded a 6-6 singles mark, including five during the fall campaign ... Missed most of the spring season due to injury ... Finished with an 8-5 doubles mark ... Upset No. 33-ranked Jaklin Alwai of South Carolina, 6-3, 6-4, at the ITA Kickoff Weekend ... Advanced to the Round of 16 at the ITA Atlantic Region Singles Championship ... Competed in singles and doubles at the ITA All-American Championships ... Won the top doubles flight at the Tribe Invitational playing alongside Maria Belaya ... Compiled a 4-2 doubles ledger with Anik Cepeda, including advancing to the Round of 16 at the ITA Atlantic Region Championship.
Sophomore Season (2010-11)
Earned First-Team All-CAA honors in singles for the second straight season, while receiving Third-Team All-CAA accolades in doubles along with Katie Kargl ... Capped the season ranked No. 20 in the ITA Atlantic Region Singles Rankings … Finished the year with a 13-9 singles mark and a 12-10 doubles ledger ... Posted an impressive 8-1 mark at the No. 2 singles position ... Won 10 of her final 11 matches on the year, including the final six straight to close out the season ... Clinched the Tribe's 4-3 win over No. 40 Brown with a three-set victory ... Went a perfect 4-0 against CAA competition, including a victory in the CAA Championship match vs. #65 Georgia State ... Tallied an important singles victory at the No. 2 post in the College's 4-3 victory over No. 35 VCU and paired to Kargl to clinch the all-important doubles point with a triumph at the No. 2 slot.
Freshman Season (2009-10)
Named First-Team All-CAA in singles ... Garnered Third-Team all-league honors in doubles action alongside Lauren Sabacinski ... Tallied an 18-12 singles ledger, including 13 wins in dual-match competition ... Recorded a 20-8 doubles mark, including 15 dual match victories ... Defeated a former All-American in Yvette Hyndman of Georgia at the No. 3 singles match in the team's dual match ... Finished with an 11-3 doubles record with Sabacinski, including victories in their final seven matches of the year ... Named a Provost Award winner ... Clinched the Tribe's upset win over No. 27 Florida International with her singles victory.
Ranked as high as No. 538 in the ITA Junior Combined World Rankings ... Ranked as high as No. 58 in the German women's rankings and as high as No. 5 in the U18 rankings ... Winner of the 2006 German Championships in doubles ... Repeated as the winner of the Hamburg Championships in 2006 ... Named best athlete in Hamburg by the regional newspaper ... Received the Fair Play Award at the German Championships, awarded by the German Tennis Federation ... Finished runner up in the U18s German Doubles Championship in 2007 ... Advanced to the singles semifinals at the ITF Leeuwenbergh Open in 2006 and the III Campeonato International de Mijas in 2005 ... Earned finals berths at the CASIO ITF Junior Tournament in 2007, the HRT Autumn Cup and ITF Leeuwenbergh Open in 2006 as well as the III Campeonato International de Mijas in 2005 ... A member of the women's tennis team at the Grossflottbeker Tennis Hockey and Golf Club since she started playing tennis at the club at age 7 ... Played for a boy's soccer team until the age of 9 and a girl's field hockey team until the age of 7.
Daughter of Said and Anita ... Born Jan. 23, 1990 in Hamburg, Germany.