Named to the Dean’s List … Saw lone action at the season-opening CofC Invitational … Earned a straight-set decision over her foe from Stetson … Also played in three doubles matches with Jessica Pérez in a round-robin flight. Spring:
Selected as an ITA Scholar Athlete … Presented the Conference USA Academic Medal … Tabbed to the Conference USA Honor Roll … Earned a spot on the Dean’s List … Did not see dual-match action. 2014-15
Earned a spot on the Chancellor’s List … Tallied two of her three singles wins in straight sets … Captured a straight-set decision in her first match against her opponent from Wofford at the season-opening Charlotte Invitational … Completed a shutout straight-set victory against her foe from North Carolina A&T to start play at the Wake Forest Invitational … Rallied for a three-set triumph in her other match at the Wake Forest Invitational against her opponent from West Virginia State … Also participated in the 49er Invitational … Garnered two doubles wins, starting with a season-opening victory over Campbell with Natsuko Takayanagi at the Charlotte Invitational … Added a triumph with Jessica Pérez during the Wake Forest Invitational over their foes from North Carolina A&T. Spring:
Named an ITA Scholar Athlete … Awarded the Conference USA Academic Medal … Selected to the Conference USA Honor Roll … Picked as a “Perfect Niner” with a 4.0 semester GPA … Named to the Chancellor’s List … Saw action in only one match … Blanked her opponent from Lenoir-Rhyne (April 2) at the No. 6 position.
Selected to the Dean’s List ... Made her collegiate debut at the Charlotte Invitational ... Played in three tournaments during the campaign ... Collected her lone singles triumph with a three-set decision over her foe from UNC Greensboro at the Wake Forest Invitational ... Used a third-set tiebreaker to clinch the victory ... Also weathered a three-set contest with a different opponent from UNC Greensboro during the Charlotte Invitational ... Saw doubles action in all three events but only played with a teammate, Dominica Nemec, during the 49er Invitational ... Competed as a mixed pair in the Charlotte Invitational and Wake Forest Invitational. Spring:
Selected as an ITA Scholar Athlete … Recipient of the Conference USA Academic Medal … Selected to the Chancellor’s List … Recognized as a “Perfect Niner” with a 4.0 semester GPA … Saw limited action, playing in only six matches … Garnered her only singles triumph by blanking her opponent from Belmont Abbey (Feb. 20) … Split her four decisions during doubles action … Registered a shutout win with Macy Vonderschmidt against their foes from Belmont Abbey … Teamed with Lisa Grosselius to hand their opponents from Western Carolina (March 22) a setback. Prep
Earned a ranking as high as No. 21 in the state by tennisrecruiting.net ... Won the I-Meck 4A Conference singles titles as a sophomore and junior in 2010 and 2011 ... Finished as the conference runner-up following her senior campaign ... Recognized as the Charlotte Observer
and the Carolina Weekly Newspaper Group's Lake Norman Area Player of the Year in 2011 ... Selected as the conference co-player of the year after her junior season ... Garnered a spot on the 2011 Lake Norman Area Girl's Super Team ... Named to the all-league squad three times ... Reached the 2012 4A Western regional round of the state singles tournament ... Lettered all four years. Personal
Born Sept. 14, 1994 ... Daughter of Russ and Jeannine Bodner ... A pre-biology major.