First-Team All-CAA in doubles (2012, 2013)
Second-Team All-CAA in singles (2013)
Second-Team All-CAA in doubles (2011)
Third-Team All-CAA in singles (2011)
NCAA Doubles Championship Participant (2012, 2013)
NCAA Singles Championship Participant (2011)
ITA Atlantic Region Doubles Championship (2012)
Three-time CAA Singles Player of the Week
Seven-time CAA Doubles Team of the Week
Junior Season (2012-13)
An All-CAA honoree in both singles and doubles … Named First-Team All-CAA in doubles for the second straight season, while garnering Second-Team All-CAA accolades, the second singles distinction of her career … Despite battling injuries, posted a 13-10 singles mark, including a 12-8 dual match mark … Won her final three singles matches of the season, including clinching the Tribe’s CAA Championship win over UNCW … Clinched the Tribe’s 4-3 win over No. 19 Mississippi with a three-set win at No. 2 singles … Posted singles victories against Virginia Tech and No. 71 Harvard … Selected as the CAA Singles Player of the Week on March 26 following wins at No. 30 Rice and Houston … Advanced to the Round of 16 in the NCAA Doubles Championship with Maria Belaya … Won the ITA Atlantic Region Doubles Championship with Belaya … Advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA National Indoor Doubles Championship with Belaya during the fall … Ranked as high as No. 2 nationally in doubles and finished the year at No. 13 as well as the top ranking in the ITA Atlantic Region with Belaya … Compiled a 24-6 doubles record … Combined with Belaya to post a 23-5 doubles mark, including a 6-4 mark against nationally ranked teams … A two-time CAA Doubles Team of the Week selection with Loomans on Feb. 13 and Feb. 27.
Sophomore Season (2011-12)
Competed in the NCAA Individual Championships for the second straight season, playing in the doubles draw along with Maria Belaya ... The pair earned First-Team All-CAA honors in doubles and finished the year ranked No. 34 nationally and No. 4 in the ITA Atlantic Region ... Ranked No. 13 in singles in the ITA Atlantic Region ... Named CAA Doubles Team of the Week along with Belaya on five occasions ... Ranked as high as No. 20 nationally in doubles and owned a winning streak of 13 straight matches playing with Belaya prior to a setback in the NCAA Doubles Championship ... Ranked No. 91 in singles during the fall season ... Finished the year with 10 singles wins and an impressive doubles mark of 23-9 ... Won five of her final six matches at the No. 2 singles position, including the clinching match in the Tribe's win over Boston University ... Compiled a team-best 16-5 mark at the No. 1 doubles position ... Downed a pair of nationally ranked singles player, upending No. 79 Lauren Greco of Georgetown and No. 93 Emily Harman of Syracuse ... Garnered a spot in the Round of 16 at the ITA Atlantic Region Singles Championship ... Competed in singles and doubles at the ITA All-American Championships.
Appeared in 11 matches with six starts ... Only goal of the year was one of the team's biggest ... Scored with just over a minute left in the game to give W&M a 4-3 lead over No. 20 Northeastern and secure the upset victory.
Freshman Season (2010-11)
Became the sixth W&M freshman in program history to compete in the NCAA Singles Championships ... Dropped a tough three-set match to No. 19-ranked Kelcy McKenna of Arizona State in the first round ... Finished the season ranked No. 15 in the ITA Atlantic Region Singles Rankings … Earned Third-Team All-CAA honors in singles and second-team distinction in doubles along with Lauren Sabacinski ... Tallied 12 singles wins on the year, while posting a 10-5 dual match ledger ... Won 10 of her final 14 singles matches ... Led the Tribe with 21 doubles wins, including an impressive 12-1 record with Sabacinski ... The pair won each of their final 11 matches on the season ... Earned CAA Singles Player of the Week honors on two occasions ... Advanced to the second round of the ITA Atlantic Region Singles Championship and to the quarterfinals of the region doubles event with Hope Johnson ... Helped the Tribe to a pair of road wins at No. 67 Boston University and No. 68 Harvard, clinching the triumph over the Crimson ... Tallied her first career wins over a nationally ranked opponent, downing No. 42-ranked Lindsey Hardenbergh of Virginia in three sets during the dual-match campaign ... Won singles matches at the No. 3 position in the CAA semifinal and championship matches as well as in the NCAA First Round match against No. 30 Yale ... Upset the No. 50-ranked doubles team in the country vs. Ohio State along with Katie Kargl.
Was the Dutch National U15 Champion ... Played field hockey for four years as a forward at Leidsche Ryn College along with tennis.
The daughter of Joop Lomans and Henny van Delft.