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ARIANA RAHMANPARAST

Player profile

year
Junior
hometown
Miami, Fla.
high school
Florida Virtual School

Spring 2017:

Led the Seminoles in wins in 2017, primarily from the five and six spots…posted a 17-9 record (8-2 on court six, 6-6 on court five)…played court two doubles with Nandini Das, recording 15 wins on the year…won four straight matches including wins against No. 11 Georgia Tech, No. 28 Wake Forest, and the clinching victory against No. 26 NC State…won eight of nine matches to close out regular season…was often one of the first off the court, including in the ACC Championship victory over No. 42 Virginia…clinched the Seminoles’ upset victory over No. 26 Arizona State in the NCAA Championship first round…on court two doubles with Das, led FSU to school-record 20 team doubles points…won six straight matches in the month of February…at No. 11 Georgia Tech, defeated No. 30 Paige Hourigan/Kenya Jones 6-4…went on four-match win streak entering the postseason, with wins over Virginia Tech, No. 42 UVA and No. 5 UNC in the ACC tournament, and against No. 26 Arizona State in the NCAA Championship

Fall 2016:

Played mostly doubles in the fall, finishing with a 7-3 record and 1-2 in singles…singles win came against Stetson in ITA Southeast Regional Championship…won four matches with Nandini Das at Furman Classic and Bedford Cup…added another with Andrea Garcia at the ITA Regional…won two more with senior Daniela Schippers at home in the Seminole All-Conference Showdown

2015-16:

Finished her inaugural season in Tallahassee with a 16-9 singles mark and 6-12 doubles record…dealing with an injury much of the season, beat two ranked players in singles, No. 63 Clementina Riobueno of Miami and No. 73 Spencer Liang of Florida, the only Seminole point against the Gators…clinched the match against No. 37 NC State for the Noles with a 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 win over Tayla Stenta, the lone road ACC win for the Seminoles.

Before FSU:

Career-high of 153 in the ITF Juniors rankings (7/28/14)…singles record 46-29…doubles record 42-27…won the singles and doubles titles at the XXIII Copa Merengue in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic…won five rounds of singles without dropping a set…won the singles and doubles draw at the Copa Cariari 2014 in San Jose, Costa Rica…won doubles at the Jalisco Junior Cup in Guadalajara, Mexico…won the singles title at the Queretaro Junior Cup in Querataro, Mexico…4-5 career record in the Fed Cup playing for Costa Rica.

Personal:

Born December 29, 1996…cousin plays professional rugby in Argentina…majoring in sport management.