|High School:||Woodlands Academy|
2011-12 Season (Sophomore): Won the team’s Most Improved Player Award … Second Team All-Ivy in doubles … Playing with Elizabeth Epstein, peaked at No. 24 in national doubles rankings … With Amber Li, was ranked as high as No. 58 in doubles … In singles, went 25-10 … Played at Nos. 4-6 … After starting season 7-7, went 18-3 the rest of the way … Had win streaks of six and seven matches … Went 6-1 in Ivy League play … In doubles, went 27-8 … Played at No. 2, mostly with Epstein … After starting season 6-7, went 21-1 the rest of the way … Was 21-1 with Epstein … Went 6-3 with Li … Had win streaks of eleven and ten matches … Won the fourth draw at the USTA Invitational … Advanced to semifinals in doubles and quarterfinals in singles at Northeast Regionals … Won her doubles match in the 4-3 upset of Notre Dame … Won her doubles match against No. 10 Michigan.
2010-11 Season (Freshman): 20-6 singles record … Second team All-Ivy doubles player with Lindsay Clark … Started the season playing at No. 6, finished playing at No. 5 … Won the clinching match against Princeton in the ECAC Indoor Championships to win the title for Yale … Won her match against Dartmouth to help Yale gain a share of the Ivy League lead … Won her match against College of William and Mary to help Yale win its first-ever NCAA Tournament Match … 19-6 in doubles play … Started season at No. 2, but finished at No. 1 … Won consecutive victories against Dartmouth, Brown, and College of William and Mary to gain the Ivy League lead, clinch a share of the title, and finally to help Yale gain its first ever NCAA Tournament victory … Fall season was highlighted by reaching the semifinals at the USTA Billy Jean King National Tennis Center Women’s College Invitational … Posted a 6-4 doubles record in the fall … Fall double season was highlighted by reaching the finals at the USTA Billy Jean King National Tennis Center Women’s College Invitational doubles draw with partner Kim Szokol.
Before Yale: Earned highest national tennisrecruiting.net ranking, No. 28, as a senior … Reached No. 7 in the Midwest rankings as a junior ... Won National St. Louis Clay Courts Tournament … Fourth place at National Midwest Open … Fourth place at National K-Swiss Championships … Had wins over players ranked No. 3, No. 4, and No. 15 in the country … Took official visits to Notre Dame and Yale.