WCU lost a heartbreaker 4-3 to Radford before sweeping Haverford 7-0
2015-16 (Sophomore): Saw action in 21 of the 23 matches ... Finished the season with a 9-11 singles record and 3-7 doubles mark ... Nine victories were the third most singles wins on the team ... Tied for 11th on the single season charts for most singles victories in a season at WCU ... Played the majority of her matches at the No. 5 singles slot and No. 3 doubles ... Picked up conference singles wins against UNCG (03/04), Wofford (03/19) and Mercer (04/06) ... Won back-to-back singles matches twice during the season ... Won first two doubles matches of the year against N.C. Central (01/30) and North Carolina A&T (01/31) ... Six of the nine singles victories came in matches which the team won as well ... Named to the 2015-16 Southern Conference Honor Roll ... Named to the 2016 Southern Conference Spring Academic All-Conference team ... Recipient of the 2015-16 Southern Conference Commissioner's Medal, awarded to student-athletes who attain a GPA of 3.8 or higher throughout the year ... Was named a Scholar-Athlete by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA).
2014-15 (Freshman): Saw action in nine matches ... Missed 15 matches due to injury ... Finished the season with a 4-3 singles record and 3-5 doubles mark ... Picked up her first career singles win in the very first match of the year at North Carolina A&T (01/30) ... Won her first doubles match against A&T as well with teammate Nicole Nielly ... Played seven of her eight singles matches at No. 4 and saw action once at No. 3 ... Saw action at all three doubles spots throughout the year with the majority coming at No. 2 ... One of her three singles losses came in her first match back from injury where she was forced to retire after leading 1-0 against Wofford ... Won singles matches against North Carolina A&T, UNC Asheville (02/07), Lenoir-Rhyne (04/14) and King (04/18) ... Saw singles action in just one conference match against UNCG (04/17) ... Her three doubles wins came against North Carolina A&T, Lenoir-Rhyne and King ... Was named a Scholar-Athlete by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) ... Named to the 2014-15 Southern Conference Honor Roll.
Prior to Western Carolina: Was a four-year letter winner at Page HS, helping the Pirates to a 17-0 record as a senior ... During her four-year career, compiled a 66-3 singles record and a 64-5 career doubles record ... Accumulated two seasons with a perfect record in both singles and doubles when she went 14-0 her sophomore year and 16-0 as a senior ... She finished number one in the conference three times and missed a chance at a fourth time her sophomore season because of an injury ... Was named all-state four times ... Was a two-time team MVP, garnering that honor as both a freshman and senior ... Twice earned team most improved honor ... Missed part of her junior season due to injury ... Was ranked inside the top 100 in Tennis RPI, a top 10 recruit in the State of North Carolina and was a three-star recruit according to TennisRecruiting.net ... Was the first signee of head coach Michaela Kissell-Eddins.
Personal: Is the daughter of Michael and Christie Ansari ... Comes from a family of seven children including siblings Hannah, Carolyn, Luke, Adam, Austin and Jennifer ... Older brother, Austin, plays men's tennis at Clemson and her sister, Jennifer, played women's tennis at Appalachian State.