Fall: Did not play due to injury.
Spring: Put together a solid dual match season with a 13-9 mark in singles and a 10-8 record in doubles…dominated early in the season in singles, winning her first seven matches and eight for her first nine…opened the season with a perfect 6-0, 6-0 win over Eveline Lepinay of Stetson on January 19 and won a total of eight sets in the spring with a flawless 6-0 score…often paired with Daniela Schippers and Kristina Schleich in doubles and won 10 matches…put together a six match winning streak in doubles from Feb. 21 to March 30, including a ranked win over No. 50 Samantha Asch and Luisa Fernandez of Wake Forest (8-6)…her straight-set victory over Arizona’s Lauren Marker, 6-3, 6-2, helped FSU to an upset victory over the No. 27 Wildcats in the first round of the NCAA Team Championships.
Fall: Posted a 3-2 record in singles and an 0-1 record in doubles…defeated New Mexico’s Emily Olivier and Texas Tech’s Samantha Czarniak at the USTA Clay Court Invitational at Disney…blanked UCF’s Josephine Haraldson 6-0, 6-0 at the ITA Southeast Regional.
Spring: Posted a record of 18-16 in singles…gave the Seminoles the clinching point against NC State with a 6-3, 6-1 win over Nicole Martinez…picked up a crucial win in the Seminoles’ 4-3 ACC semifinal victory over No. 13 Virginia on court three against Hana Tomlijanovic 7-6, 7-5…worked well with Amy Sargeant in doubles where the pair went on an eight-match winning streak during the season…posted an overall record of 17-7 while playing alongside Sargeant…was listed in several ITA polls this season peaking at No. 48.
Fall: Was selected to play in doubles at the ITA/Riviera All-American Championships with Danieka Borthwick…earned her first win over a ranked opponent in No. 29 Katie Vasenina of USF at the State of Florida Championships…was awarded the Sportsmanship Award for the tournament as she made a semifinal appearance in the event…was 8-3 in singles for the fall while posting a record of 4-4 in doubles.
Spring: Played on courts two, three and four in singles for the Seminoles…went 7-13 on the year in singles while playing to a 8-14 record in doubles.
Fall: Began her career as a Seminole with a 2-2 record in singles during the fall season.
Vriens ended high school ranked No. 63 in the senior rankings in Australia…her highest Junior ITF ranking was No. 42…has competed in junior international competitions since 2007…her winnings in 2008 include the Northern Territory Junior ITF in singles, the Darwin Junior ITF, the China Junior Open 2 and in doubles she took home the title at the Gallipoli Youth Tennis Cup…has represented several teams throughout the land of down under, including the 2006 Australian Junior World Cup Team and the 2008 Junior Fed Cup Team.
Born August 23, 1992…daughter of Louise Vriens and Pieter Vriens…has two brothers Tom and Matt as well as two sisters, Ella and Sara…also played soccer and netball…graduated from Galston High School in November of 2010…majoring in sport management.