UND Roster

2006-07 Women's Tennis Roster

#31 Christian Thompson


Height 5'6''
Class Senior
Hometown Las Vegas, NV
High School Bishop Gorman
Bio

Awards & Honors
ITA All-American (Doubles: 2004-05, 2005-06)
NCAA Doubles Championship Qualifier (2004, 2005, 2006)
Riviera/ITA All-American Championships Doubles Runner-Up (2004)
Riviera/ITA All-American Championships Doubles Champion (2005)
Five-Time BIG EAST All-Tournament Team (Singles: 2004, 2005;Doubles: 2004, 2005, 2006)

Steady, consistent player who has been integral to Notre Dame[apos]s success over the past three seasons … named an All-American by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) as a sophomore and junior for her doubles accomplishments with twin sister Catrina Thompson (who is older by 10 minutes) … only team in program history to ascend to the national #1 ranking, let alone on multiple occasions … part of one of just three doubles teams to reach the final 16 in the NCAA Doubles Championship in both 2004 and [apos]05 … is 47-20 with sister at No. 1 doubles — a school record for victories at that spot … has 28 doubles wins vs. nationally-ranked teams, including 11 against squads ranked in the top 10 … upset the #1 team (Hollands/Mlakar of Arizona) in the 2004 ITA All-American Championships and has a pair of wins vs. teams ranked #2 … has been ranked in 27 of the 29 sets of national doubles rankings she has been eligible for, including each of the last 24 … in 2004, became first all-freshman doubles team since VCU[apos]s Martina Nedelkova and Andrea Ondrisova in 1998 to earn a bid to the NCAA Doubles Championship, losing in three sets in round of 16 … five-time member of BIG EAST all-tournament team (singles and doubles in 2004 and 2005, doubles in 2006) is 7-1 vs. the BIG EAST in singles and 11-1 in doubles … in singles, owns a career mark of 60-35 overall … holds 38-24 career record away from home, plus a 38-20 record indoors and a 31-15 mark vs. the Midwest Region … is 39-32 in close singles sets (6-4, 7-5, or 7-6) and 16-19 in close matches … holds 54-5 career singles record when winning the opening set, including 13 straight wins to close the 2006 season …in doubles, 75-31 overall for here career and 72-31 with twin sister Catrina including 28-17 vs. nationally-ranked opponents … boasts a 25-7 career record at home, plus a 38-16 mark indoors and an 13-2 record against the BIG EAST … was one-half of the nation[apos]s top 18-and-under doubles team prior to arrival at Notre Dame … solid all-around player who is a great competitor … quick mover with a big backhand … very consistent … has exceptional touch at the net and also is finishing more points at the net … has improved her serve, but will continue to try to develop it into a weapon … she and her sister were the only tennis players featured in Sports Illustrated On Campus[apos] ‘A List’ of 14 elite college athletes in October 2005 … one of three Nevada natives to become Notre Dame All-Americans (in any sport), joining sister and another Las Vegas product, sprinter Danny Payton (1997) … earned monograms each of first three collegiate seasons.

AS A JUNIOR: Named an All-American by the ITA in doubles with twin sister, Catrina … second consecutive season named doubles All-American … twins finished the season with a 22-7 record and were 10th in the final ITA national doubles rankings after ascending to #1 earlier in the spring … the duo delivered Notre Dame[apos]s first-ever ITA grand-slam title, winning the doubles draw in the Riviera ITA All-American Championships … the twins lost in the quarterfinals of the season[apos]s second grand slam, the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships, to eventual champions Alice Barnes and Anne Yelsey of Stanford, who finished as the nation[apos]s top-ranked squad … the duo were 16-5 in dual-match action at No. 1 and posted an 8-5 record against nationally-ranked teams … was 5-2 in close matches and ranked in the top 10 all season, finishing with their lowest listing since the 2003-04 campaign … they remain the only Notre Dame twins ever to earn All-America accolades … only three Irish women[apos]s tennis players previously had been All-Americans in multiple seasons: Wendy Crabtree (1993-94, 1994-95), Jennifer Hall (1995-96, 1997-98, 1998-99) and former assistant coach Michelle Dasso (1998-99, 2000-01) … fought off two match points and finally prevailed in a tiebreaker to give Notre Dame its first-ever title in an Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) national championship, winning 9-8 (9-7) over Lucia Sainz and Kathrina Winterhalter from Fresno State in the final of the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships, the first grand slam of the 2005-06 season … the twins are the first team from any school to reach the title match of the ITA All-American Championships in consecutive years and come away with a title … they knocked off three top-seven teams to reach the final and lost just 16 total games in the tournament, the second-fewest ever by a doubles champion … they are the second set of twins from any school – and the first in the All-Americans – ever to win an ITA national championship … have been among the final four teams remaining in three of the last four grand slams – improved to 11-4 in their careers in grand slam events … now 7-1 in the All-American Championships after Irish competitors had been just 2-5 in its doubles main draw prior to that … upset in the first round of the NCAA Doubles Championship … played every match at No. 1 doubles for the third consecutive season, ending with a 16-5 record — all of which were played with Catrina … ended doubles season on a surprising three-match losing streak … opened the doubles season ranked #2, climbed to #1, but finished the season #10 … opened the doubles season with six consecutive victories, four of which came against teams ranked in the top 10 … registered seperate winning streaks of five and six matches … finished the season with an 8-5 mark against nationally ranked doubles teams … went 5-1 in close matches (8-6, 9-7, or 9-8) … were 6-2 against top-10 squads … in the National Indoor Championships, they beat #9 Coventry/Schwenk of Kentucky in the first round before dropping their match against #6 Barnes/Yelcy of Stanford … earned No. 2 seed in the NCAA Doubles Championship to clinch All-America honors for the second consecutive season… notable dual-match victories came against #6 Anderson/O[apos]Riain of Harvard (9-8, [7-5]), #10 Duch/Etienne of South Florida (8-3) and #32 Csordas/Ganeva of DePaul (8-4) … the pair went 8-3 at home … they were 11-6 indoors and 11-1 outside, as well as 7-3 against the Midwest Region … went 3-1 in tie breakers, 5-1 as nation[apos]s #1 team, 5-1-1 in close matches and 14-4 on the road … finished a career-best 22-12 in singles, including 15-9 in dual action at No. 1 (2-1) and No. 2 (13-8) … recorded three match-clinching victories … opened the season with five consecutive victories at the ITA All-American Championships prequalifier and qualifier … broke into the national rankings at #44 following her round of 16 appearance in the ITA Midwest Championships … remained in the polls the rest of the season, closing the year at #125 … went 9-8 against ranked players … marquee victory was an upset of #37 Sabrina Capannolo of Arizona State (6-4, 6-2) … other top victories came against #46 Caitlin Collins of North Carolina, #48 Nina Yaftali of Michigan and #57 Petra Dizdar of Texas … went 14-7 indoors, 1-1 in tie breakers, 14-11 in close sets, 20-1 when winning the first set, 8-5 outdoors, 5-7 in close matches, 11-4 at home, 11-8 on the road and 12-4 against the Midwest Region.

AS A SOPHOMORE: Combined with twin sister Catrina to turn in the top season ever by a Notre Dame doubles team … named an All-American by the ITA in doubles, becoming part of first set of sister All-Americans in any sport in Notre Dame history (also first set of twins to be All-Americans) … became first Irish team ever to ascend to the national #1 ranking (Feb. 22) and finished season ranked fifth (tops among teams comprised of two Americans) after being in top 10 during all of 2004-05 … named to BIG EAST all-tournament team in both singles and doubles for second straight year … posted 6-3 record in the grand-slam events (best in ND history), with just two teams (Stanford[apos]s Barnes/Burdette 8-1; Northwestern[apos]s Cohen/Grier 7-1) notching more wins in those tournaments … was the only team in the nation to reach the semifinals of both of the first two grand slams, losing in the final of the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships and in the semis of the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships … fell in round of 16 of NCAA Doubles Championship for second straight year (one of only three teams to reach final 16 in both [apos]04 and [apos]05) … one of just two teams to have victories over more than one of the top four seeds in the NCAA doubles tournament (also Liu/Yelsey of Stanford) … finished with 28-7 overall doubles record, all with Catrina … turned in 19-4 record in dual action at No. 1 … only three non-dual defeats came in the grand slams … ranked season-low seventh in the preseason and then were among the top five in every spring set of rankings but one … finished with 7-2 record in close matches (8-6, 9-7, or 9-8) and a 15-4 mark against nationally-ranked teams … were 8-2 against top-15 squads and 4-1 vs. higher-ranked duos, including an upset of the national #1 team of Dianne Hollands and Maja Mlakar of Arizona (8-6) in the quarterfinals of the All-American Championships … that run saw them beat #6 Bentley/Stephenson of Alabama in the round of 16 and #11 Gersic/Kovacek of New Mexico in the semis before losing 8-3 to Whitney Benik and Lolita Frangulyan of Florida in the title match … it was the best-ever performance by an Irish doubles team in a grand slam and was just the second time a set of twins from any school reached a grand-slam final (Tami and Teri Whitlinger of Stanford won the [apos]89 National Indoors) … in the National Indoor Championships, they beat #3 Foster/Kalsarieva of Kentucky and #28 Banada/Bradley before losing to eventual NCAA champions Alice Barnes and Erin Burdette of Stanford in the semis … they became the first ND team ever to reach multiple grand-slam semis in the same season … earned one of the Nos. 5-8 seeds in the NCAA Doubles Championship to clinch All-America honors … defeated #14 Fodor/Kugakolova in that event before falling to #29 Cetnik/Tweedie-Yates of TCU in the round of 16 … began season with six straight victories and opened spring with eight consecutive wins, propelling them to the #1 ranking … notable dual-match victories came against #2 Cohen/Grier of Northwestern in the second round of the NCAA team tournament (8-3), #15 DaCosta/Delicata of Michigan (8-5), and #14 Cline/Mojzis of North Carolina to effectively clinch the #1 ranking (8-6) … registered a team-high seven clinching victories, including wins in the final match on court to give ND the doubles point against Wisconsin and in the BIG EAST semifinals vs. St. John[apos]s … lost first match as #1-ranked team, falling 8-5 to #26 Ruckert/Strohm of Texas on Feb. 26 … that was the pair[apos]s only home loss in nine matches … they were 13-3 indoors and 15-4 outside, as well as 7-2 against the Midwest Region … finished 13-10 in singles, including 10-8 in dual action at No. 3 … was hampered by knee tendonitis for much of the spring, causing her to sit out of singles in seven matches (also missed doubles in two of them) … her return to the lineup on April 9 sparked the Irish to a 4-3 upset of #16 William & Mary, followed by another 4-3 win the following day at Indiana … she had straight-set victories in both of those matches … clinched Notre Dame[apos]s NCAA first-round victory over Iowa … came through with important three-set win in 5-2 victory at UNLV … also had wins vs. #20 Michigan and Wake Forest … opened season by beating #67 Lynzee Kever of Colorado in straight sets, the highest-ranked singles victory of her career.

AS A FRESHMAN: Combined with twin sister Catrina to be first all-freshman duo since 1998 – and first-ever Irish all-freshman team – to gain a berth in the NCAA Doubles Championship … upset #15 Jennifer McGaffigan/Cynthya Goulet of Illinois in three sets before losing in three against #26 Megan Muth/Amy Wei of William & Mary … finished season ranked season-high 26th … became first all-freshman team ever named to BIG EAST Championship all-tournament team … also earned mention in singles … first all-rookie duo to play No. 1 for the Irish since 1993 … had 22-17 mark, including five victories against ranked opponents … also became first rookie since current assistant coach Michelle Dasso in 1998 to play in top two in Irish singles lineup, filling No. 2 position all season … posted 13-8 mark in dual matches and led team in overall victories with 25-13 record … earned first career singles national ranking in January (88th) … listed 11th in singles and seventh in doubles in Midwest Region rankings after fall season and finished 15th and third, respectively … played No. 1 doubles in every dual match, opening the spring 6-2 … highlight of season was 9-8 (7-5) upset of second-ranked team in college tennis, Cristelle Grier and Jessica Rush of Northwestern, on April 15 … it was the highest-ranked team to fall victim to an Irish pair since 2001 … also posted upsets of #37 Kinard/Lam of Virginia Tech and #22 Applebaum/Bradley of Miami to clinch doubles points in Irish wins … victory over Hurricane duo was by 8-6 score in last match on court … also clinched doubles point in regular-season victory against BYU and in BIG EAST semifinals vs. Hokies … upset #45 Schlukebir/Tran of Indiana on Feb. 29 … posted 9-5 mark in fall play … reached quarterfinals of ITA Midwest Championships before losing to #31 Goulet/McGaffigan of Illinois … won consolation title in blue flight of Kentucky Fall Classic … fell to #17 Gordon/Rotondi of Florida in quarters of adidas Invitational … lost four of five tiebreakers throughout the season … played No. 2 singles for Irish all spring, finishing season having won seven of last eight matches … posted first career win over ranked opponent in 6-4, 6-0 upset of #109 Lena Sherbakov of William & Mary … lost in three sets to #92 Michelle DaCosta of Michigan in first career dual match, but then won five of next six matches … had three clinching victories … defeated Melissa Applebaum in three sets to help Irish to 5-2 upset of #18 Miami … saved four championship points against Applebaum in BIG EAST final, forcing a third set before match was abandoned … won opening set and was ahead in third set when contest was abandoned against both Lee Bairos of North Carolina and #44 Jessica Rush of Northwestern … had notable victories against #20 BYU and #14 Texas … shared team lead in fall singles victories with 12-5 record … won six matches in advancing through qualifying and reaching the main-draw quarterfinals of ITA Midwest Championships before losing to eventual champion #4 Grier … that snapped an eight-match winning streak … beat Bernadette Bayani of USC at No. 5 in exhibition dual match … lost to Kentucky[apos]s Sarah Fisher in three sets in finishing third in white flight of Kentucky Fall Classic … topped Miami[apos]s Staci Stevens and fell in three sets to Tiffany Eklov of Illinois in Midwest Blast … was 21-2 when winning the opening set and 14-6 against Midwest Region players … only four losses came against players not in national rankings … played 12 three-set matches (5-4-3 record) and two match tiebreakers (1-1) …two 10k victories in summer `06.

IN NON-COLLEGIATE ACTION: Had outstanding singles and doubles results in pro tournaments in summer of [apos]03 … in WTA world rankings, has been listed as high as 936th in singles and 573rd in doubles, with sister Catrina.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: One of top junior players in the country prior to college … combined with twin sister Catrina to form the #1 doubles team in the nation in USTA Girls[apos] 18s … ranked 11th in singles and was the fifth-highest #1 ranked player entering college this falll … won national doubles titles on all surfaces … among notable 18s doubles titles, were the 2001 Super National Winter Championship, the [apos]01 National Clay Courts, [apos]02 National Grass Court Championship, and Easter Bowl … reached final of [apos]02 National Clay Courts and semis in [apos]03 National Hard Courts … played in girls[apos] doubles draw at U.S. Open … was undefeated in USTA girls[apos] 12s Challenge Cup to be ranked first in the nation … earned All-America honors all four years at Bishop Gorman High School, going undefeated throughout her career … helped prep team to the Nevada state championship and won doubles title … three-time state champion and team MVP won regional titles on four occasions … gained all-conference honors on four occasions, helping Bishop Gorman to four conference titles … also earned varsity letter in track as a freshman … one-half of second set of twins to play women[apos]s tennis at Notre Dame, joining Laura and Sheila Cronin ([apos]79) … active in National Honor Society and named a Silver State Scholar … was in same class as Irish women[apos]s basketball player Breona Gray at Bishop Gorman … cousin John Hudek ([apos]01) also attended Notre Dame … born Sept. 13, 1984, in Las Vegas … tabbed a BIG EAST Academic All-Star in both of first two seasons … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a marketing major.

AS A SOPHOMORE: Established herself as a dominant singles player and also combined with twin sister Christian for the top season ever by a Notre Dame doubles team … named an All-American by the ITA in doubles, becoming part of the first set of sister All-Americans in any sport in Notre Dame history (also first set of twins to be All-Americans) … became first Irish team ever to ascend to the national #1 ranking (Feb. 22) and finished season ranked fifth (tops among teams comprised of two Americans) after being in the top 10 throughout the campaign … BIG EAST Most Outstanding Tournament Performer was on the league[apos]s all-tournament team in both singles and doubles … in doubles, posted 6-3 record in the grand-slam events (best in ND history), with just two teams (Stanford[apos]s Barnes/Burdette 8-1; Northwestern[apos]s Cohen/Grier 7-1) notching more wins in those tournaments … were the only team in the nation to reach the semifinals of both of the first two grand slams, losing in the final of the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships and in the semis of the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships … fell in round of 16 of NCAA Doubles Championship for second straight year (one of only three teams to reach final 16 in both [apos]04 and [apos]05) … also earned first invitation to NCAA singles tournament and was one of just 13 Division I players to post victories in both the NCAA singles and doubles championships … was one of only three players (also Georgia[apos]s Shadisha Robinson and UCLA[apos]s Riza Zalameda) to notch at least one victory against one of the top three seeds from both of those tournaments, downing Northwestern[apos]s Audra Cohen (No. 3 seed) in singles, as well as Cohen and Cristelle Grier (No. 2 seed) and the third-seeded team of Megan Bradley and Audrey Banada of Miami (Robinson and Zalameda had just one win apiece in both singles and doubles) … the Thompsons were one of just two teams to have victories over more than one of the top four seeds in the NCAA doubles tournament (also Liu/Yelsey of Stanford) … voted the team[apos]s MVP and finished as team leader in both singles and doubles wins (combined 54-17 record) … finished with team-best 30-7 overall doubles record (just the sixth ND player to win 30 doubles matches in a season), including 28-7 with Christian Thompson, which stands as the second-highest season victory total by an Irish doubles team … played every match at No. 1 doubles for the second consecutive season, ending with a 21-4 record (tied for third-highest season win total in ND history), including 19-4 with Christian … only three non-dual defeats came in the grand slams … ranked season-low seventh in the preseason and then were among the top five in every spring set of rankings but one … finished with 7-2 record in close matches (8-6, 9-7, or 9-8) and a 15-4 mark against nationally-ranked teams … were 8-2 against top-15 squads and 4-1 vs. higher-ranked duos, including an upset of the national #1 team of Dianne Hollands and Maja Mlakar of Arizona (8-6) in the quarterfinals of the All-American Championships … that run saw them beat #6 Bentley/Stephenson of Alabama in the round of 16 and #11 Gersic/Kovacek of New Mexico in the semis before losing 8-3 to Whitney Benik and Lolita Frangulyan of Florida in the title match … it was the best-ever performance by an Irish doubles team in a grand slam and was just the second time a set of twins from any school reached a grand-slam final (Tami and Teri Whitlinger of Stanford won the [apos]89 National Indoors) … in the National Indoor Championships, they beat #3 Foster/Kalsarieva of Kentucky and #28 Banada/Bradley before losing to eventual NCAA champions Alice Barnes and Erin Burdette of Stanford in the semis … they became the first ND team ever to reach multiple grand-slam semis in the same season … earned one of the Nos. 5-8 seeds in the NCAA Doubles Championship to clinch All-America honors … defeated #14 Fodor/Kugakolova in that event before falling to #29 Cetnik/Tweedie-Yates of TCU in the round of 16 … began season with six straight victories and opened spring with eight consecutive wins, propelling them to the #1 ranking … notable dual-match victories came against #2 Cohen/Grier of Northwestern in the second round of the NCAA team tournament (8-3), #15 DaCosta/Delicata of Michigan (8-5), and #14 Cline/Mojzis of North Carolina to effectively clinch the #1 ranking (8-6) … they registered a team-high seven clinching victories, including wins in the final match on court to give ND the doubles point against Wisconsin and in the BIG EAST semifinals vs. St. John[apos]s … lost first match as #1-ranked team, falling 8-5 to #26 Ruckert/Strohm of Texas on Feb. 26 … that was the pair[apos]s only home loss in nine matches … they were 13-3 indoors and 15-4 outside, as well as 7-2 against the Midwest Region … also recorded breakthrough season in singles, going 24-10, including 17-8 in dual action at No. 1 … became the first ND sophomore since 1999 to fill the No. 1 singles position … peaked at 32nd (Feb. 22) in national rankings … marquee victory was a 6-2, 6-2 upset of #3 Audra Cohen on April 14 at Northwestern, which was the only straight-set defeat for the ITA All-American champion during her sensational rookie season … had a 12-10 record against nationally-ranked opponents, including 5-5 vs. higher-ranked players … defeated #46 Sabrina Capannolo of Arizona State in the first round of the NCAA Singles Championship before falling to #38 Chloe Carlotti in three sets … other top victories came against #26 Aniela Mojzis of North Carolina, #27 Courtney Bergman of Harvard, and Michigan[apos]s #44 Michelle DaCosta … won in three sets against Hala Sufi to clinch ND[apos]s win over Purdue … provided a victory over Dora Vastag in the 4-3 Irish win at Indiana … other top wins came against Petra Dizdar of Texas, Iryna Tkachenko of Oklahoma State, Denver[apos]s Yanick Dullens, and Meg Racette of Iowa (three times) … opened fall with six consecutive victories before losing in the quarterfinals of the ITA Midwest Championships to #42 Katie McGaffigan (whom she would defeat in spring play) … went 18-6 away from home, 22-0 when taking the opening set, 14-4 indoors, and 11-3 against the Midwest Region.

AS A FRESHMAN: Combined with twin sister Christian to be first all-freshman duo since 1998 – and first-ever Irish all-freshman team – to gain a berth in the NCAA Doubles Championship … upset #15 Jennifer McGaffigan/ Cynthya Goulet of Illinois in three sets before losing in three against #26 Megan Muth/Amy Wei of William & Mary … finished season ranked season-high 26th … became first all-freshman team ever named to BIG EAST Championship all-tournament team … first all-rookie duo to play No. 1 for the Irish since 1993 … had 22-17 mark, including five victories against ranked opponents … also stepped into singles lineup at No. 3, going 12-10 in dual matches and 20-15 overall … was ranked as high as 84th in singles and, at one point, was nationally-ranked in both singles and doubles … listed 15th in singles and seventh in doubles in Midwest Region rankings after fall season and ended third in doubles … played No. 1 doubles in every dual match, opening the spring 6-2 … highlight of season was 9-8 (7-5) upset of second-ranked team in college tennis, Cristelle Grier and Jessica Rush of Northwestern, on April 15 … it was the highest-ranked team to fall victim to an Irish pair since 2001 … also posted upsets of #37 Kinard/Lam of Virginia Tech and #22 Applebaum/Bradley of Miami to clinch doubles points in Irish wins … victory over Hurricane duo was by 8-6 score in last match on court … also clinched doubles point in regular-season victory against #20 BYU and in BIG EAST semifinals vs. Hokies … upset #45 Schlukebir/Tran of Indiana on Feb. 29 … posted 9-5 mark in fall play … reached quarterfinals of ITA Midwest Championships before losing to #31 Goulet/McGaffigan of Illinois … won consolation title in blue flight of Kentucky Fall Classic … fell to #17 Gordon/Rotondi of Florida in quarters of adidas Invitational … lost four of five tiebreakers throughout the season … after losing in first career dual match in singles, won seven straight matches, clinching Irish victories on four occasions … clinched 4-3 Notre Dame upset of #14 VCU that snapped Rams[apos] 40-match home winning streak and 38-match regular-season winning streak … other notable wins came against BYU, Indiana, and Texas … upset two players in going 8-5 in fall action … defeated #69 Andrea Yung of Northwestern in first career tournament en route to semifinals of ‘das’ flight of adidas Invitational … topped #39 Megan Muth of William & Mary in Kentucky Fall Classic … reached final of that event before falling to Aibika Kalsarieva of Kentucky … played No. 2 in exhibition match against USC … defeated Miami[apos]s Mari Toro and Illinois[apos] Isabel Jarosz in Midwest Blast … was 18-3 when winning the first set and 10-5 against Midwest Region opponents.

IN NON-COLLEGIATE ACTION: Had outstanding singles and doubles results in pro tournaments in summer of [apos]03 … in WTA world rankings, has been listed as high as 1,006th in singles and 573rd in doubles, with sister Christian.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: One of top junior players in the country prior to college … combined with twin sister Christian to form the #1 doubles team in the nation in USTA Girls[apos] 18s … ranked 39th in singles and was the 16th-highest ranked player entering college in 2003 … won national doubles titles on all surfaces … among notable 18s doubles titles, were the 2001 Super National Winter Championship, the [apos]01 National Clay Courts, [apos]02 National Grass Court Championship, and Easter Bowl … reached final of [apos]02 National Clay Courts and semis in [apos]03 National Hard Courts … played in girls[apos] doubles draw at U.S. Open … earned All-America honors all four years at Bishop Gorman High School, going undefeated throughout her career … helped Bishop Gorman to the Nevada state championship and won doubles title … three-time state champion and team MVP won conference and regional titles on four occasions … one-half of second set of twins to play women[apos]s tennis at Notre Dame, joining Laura and Sheila Cronin ([apos]79) … co-valedictorian and Silver State Scholar also was active in National Honor Society … was in same class as Irish women[apos]s basketball player Breona Gray at Bishop Gorman … cousin John Hudek ([apos]01) also attended Notre Dame … born Sept. 13, 1984, in Las Vegas, Nev. … tabbed a BIG EAST Academic All-Star in 2004 … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a marketing major.

SINGLES

Dual Open Overall
2003-04 13-8 12-5 25-13
2004-05 10-8 3-2 13-10
2005-06 15-9 7-3 22-12
TOTALS 38-25 22-10 60-35

DOUBLES

Dual Open Overall
2003-04 12-11 10-6 22-17
2004-05 19-4 9-3 28-7
2005-06 19-5 6-2 25-7
TOTALS 50-20 25-11 75-31