Finished the year with a winning 18-17 record, including a 5-4 record from the No. 3 position in singles ... Went three sets with the No. 33 ranked player in the country, Anouk Tigu of Arkansas, to open the season with a narrow 6-2, 0-6, 6-3 loss ... Took down the No. 1 player, Sarah Meghoufel, from ranked Oklahoma State in three sets, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 ... Collected a 2-3 record against conference opponents in singels, defeating the No. 3 players from Middle Tennessee and Troy ... Tallied an 8-7 record in doubles during the dual match season while teamed with Madura Ranganathan and Amy Joubert and an 18-11 overall record ... With Joubert, the duo took down the No. 3 team from ninth ranked California 8-6.
Named the Most Improved Player by the North Texas coaching staff … Recorded a team-best 17-6 singles record during the spring season … Won eight matches in a row from March 6 until April 11th when she lost to No. 42 Rice’s Ana Guzman … Finished the year on another five match winning streak from the No. 3 singles position, including wins in the SBC Championship match (No. 49 FIU’s Mariana Muci, 7-5, 6-1) and the NCAA Tournament match (No. 32 Tulsa’s JoAnne Karaitiana, 1-6, 6-2, 7-5) … Stepped up in doubles during her sopohmore season, playing in 14 matches and finishing with a 7-7 record … Was the only player to record a victory in dual match at No. 29 Georiga Tech when she beat Elizabeth Kilborn 6-2, 6-2.
Selected Sun Belt Women’s Player of the Week as a freshman … Recipient of North Texas’ Player To Watch Award … Played for North Texas during the spring … Tied for second on the team in singles victories (14) … One of two NT freshmen to reach 14 wins … Went on a six-match winning streak taking each in straight sets and losing only eight games … Beat Julia Bauregger of No. 34 Denver in the SBC semifinals (6-4, 6-3) … Defeated Maria Pazo from No. 48 FIU (7-5, 6-2) … Won against Rice’s Jessica Jackson (6-2, 6-0) … Tallied a 7-1 record from the No. 4 spot … Played sparingly in doubles posting a 2-2 mark … Teamed with Shannon MacKenzie for an 8-0 win versus Midwestern State’s Collean Kinser and Mica Vinson … Paired with Irina Paraschiv for an 8-6 victory against Annabelle Bares and Gabriella Veiga of Troy in the SBC quarterfinals.
Attended Sportive Pitesti high school in Romania … Played for club “Progresul Bucuresti” … Ranked in the top 20 for seniors in Romania in 2007-08 … Placed third at the European Championships in France in 2007 … Defeated WTA’s No. 120 player, Shika Uberoi … Ranked in the top 15 for juniors in 2005-06.
Daughter of Ghiorghe and Argentina Dinuta … Has one brother, Octavian, who currently plays at Midwestern State … Born on July 16, 1989.