Received both the Most Improved and Most Valuable Player Awards ... Compiled the teams best record with a 22-13 mark on the year, including an 14-7 mark in dual match play ... Tied for second in program history for winning percentage at the No. 1 slot of singles in a season, taking 70 percent of her matches to finish with a 7-3 record in the No. 1 slot ... Also went 7-3 for the No. 2 spot ... Won six matches in a row from Feb. 13 to March 9 and finished the season with victories in five of her last six matches ... Recorded a 4-3 record in conference play, including a perfect 2-0 singles record at the Sun Belt Conference Championships ... Defeated Giada D'ortona of No. 66 UTA twice in the fall, once at the USTA Texas Regionals 6-3, 6-2 and another time at the Baylor HEB Women's Invite 7-5, 6-4 ...Spent the entire season with Barbora Vykydalova in doubles, assembling a 19-15 record ... The duo also had the best dual record on the team with a 11-9 finish, going 10-8 from the No. 1 spot ... Defeated the No. 1 doubles team of Jo-Anne Karaitiana and Alexandra Kichoutkin from 21st ranked Tulsa 8-3 ... Took down No. 48 Texas tech's Kelsy Garland and Samantha Adams 8-1 ... Went 8-6 in fall tournament play.
Named co-recipient of the Mean Green Most Valuable Player Award … Finished the spring season with an 11-9 record from the top two spots in the singles line-up … Went 7-4 from the No. 2 spot and 4-5 from the No. 1 slot … Did not lose a singles match during the North Texas run to the Sun Belt Championship, defeating FIU’s Christine Seredni in the final to tie the match at 3-3 … Teamed with Amy Joubert in doubles during the spring, racking up an 11-10 record from the No. 1 and No. 2 slots … Finished the season ranked 82nd in doubles with Madura Ranganathan … Took down the ninth ranked duo of Broosova and Borsanyi at the ITA Texas Regional 9-7 in the fall and finished the fall season with a 4-4 record in doubles … Selected as the first North Texas athlete to compete in the ITA All-American and defeated the 99th ranked singles player in the country AnastasiaPutilina 6-4, 6-2.
Finished with a No. 20 singles ranking and No. 13 doubles ranking with Madura Ranganathan in the ITA Southwest Region … Received a preseason No. 14 singles ranking in the region … Won Sun Belt Women’s Player of the Week award as a freshman … Was North Texas’ No. 1 singles player in the spring … Tied for second on the squad in singles wins (14) … Defeated regionally-ranked No. 23 Julie Chao of Rice 6-1, 7-6 (7) … Won against No. 73 Louisville’s Lindsey Jones (4-6, 6-4, 1-0) … Beat Troy’s Rawia Elsisi in SBC Quarterfinals and battled the nation’s No. 66 player Mallory Voelker of Denver in three sets before falling (4-6, 6-3, 2-6) … Racked up a 10-9 overall record as part of three doubles teams … Played on the No. 8 doubles team in the Southwest Region with Madura Ranganathan for the first part of the season … Played both SBC Tournament matches with Paula Dinuta … Won over Troy’s Annabelle Bares and Gabriella Veiga in 8-6 triumph ... Put up an 11-5 record in singles from the No. 1 position during the fall … Won her singles flight in her first tournament at the Mean Green Invitational … Defeated Texas-El Paso’s Martina Trierweiler and Ohio State’s Cami Hubbs at the North Texas Classic … Posted wins over tough opponents such as Kelsy Garland and Stephanie Peana of Texas Tech, Zuzana Chamelerova of Baylor, Christie Liles of Texas A&M, Varsha Shiva-Shankar of Rice, and Lucy Forward of Houston … In a loss, went toe-to-toe with one of the country’s best players in Megan Falcon of Louisiana State at the ITA Southwest Regionals … Posted a 9-4 record with Madura Ranganathan as the No. 1 doubles team … Won final against UT-Arlington’s team at Rice Classic … She and Ranganathan picked up wins over teams from Houston, No. 10 seeded Baylor, and No. 8 seeded Texas A&M before losing to Texas … Went 11-5 in doubles overall.
International Play/High School
Reached a high of No. 1 on the U-18 Romanian national rankings and No. 150 on the International Tennis Federation U-18 rankings … A veteran of international tournaments from Brazil to Japan since the age of 10 … Advanced to the doubles final and the round of 16 in singles play at the 2005 Eddie Herr International Junior Tennis Championships, considered one of the world’s top 10 youth tournaments … Placed second at the Sturdza Cup in Moldovia and third at the Tivoli Trophy in Romania … Participated in the Australian Open … Listed as high as No. 18 in the European Tennis Association rankings as a U-16.
Daughter of Gheorghita and Maria Paraschiv … Born on January 7, 1990.