Alexis Thoma
Alexis  Thoma

Frisco, Texas

High School:
Frisco High School



Tennis Records Second Shutout In Quarterfinal Win Over LA Tech

Upperclassmen Shine As North Texas Advances In C-USA Tournament


Tennis Dominates Singles, Advances To C-USA Quarterfinals

North Texas Takes Down UAB In First Round, 4-1


Tennis Drops Dramatic 4-3 Decision To SMU

North Texas Comeback Falls Just Short In 4-3 Loss To Mustangs


Tennis Sweeps UTSA, Remains Undefeated From Waranch

North Texas Puts Together Complete Performance In 4-0 Win Over Roadrunners


Tennis Returns From Break With 4-2 Win Over Memphis

Still Undefeated At Home, North Texas Ups Record To 8-8 On Year

• Went 4-11 in dual singles play and played at spots 3-6
• Clinched the Mean Green's win over UAB in the C-USA tournament's first round
• Finished with a 3-8 dual doubles record
• Compiled a 7-5 singles record and 6-4 doubles mark in fall play
• Won the Red Doubles draw at the Oklahoma Invitational alongside partner Kamilla Galieva
• Earned a spot on the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll for maintaining a GPA of 3.0 or better


• Earned the team award for Strength and Conditioning
• Accumulated a 4-4 spring singles record, outside of the No. 4 position
• Team-best 10-7 doubles record with partner Anastasiya Shestakova at the No. 2 spot
• Finished the fall season with a 6-5 singles record
• Advanced to the Wild West Shootout White Draw final, going 2-1
• Went 3-1 at the Oklahoma Invitational
• Finished the fall season with a 4-6 doubles record
• Had a 2-1 performance with Kseniya Bardabush in the Wild West Shootout Green Doubles Draw

• Compiled an overall 14-14 singles record
• Went 5-3 at the No. 5 singles position
• Played with partner Kamilla Galieva for a 6-4 record at No. 2 doubles
• Went 1-1 in Conference USA play in both singles and doubles

High School
• Ranked No. 9 in the state of Texas, 11th in the Gulf States and 122nd nationally for her graduating class
• At the SCMZ G18 tournament in August 2013, Thoma defeated nationally ranked No. 37 (6-1; 7-5) and national-ranked No. 17 ( 7-5; 7-6(3)) to advance to the semifinals
• Appeared on the Prince Hot 100 list three times

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