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Timaru, New Zealand
high school
Te Kura Correspondence School


Finished the dual match season 12-7 in singles, including 6-5 in the ACC…was at her best playing on Ct. 6, finishing 7-0…had one win against a ranked opponent…in doubles, shined with Gabby Castaneda, going 15-6 overall, 10-2 in the spring and 9-0 on Ct. 2…went 4-2 against ranked opponents…in total, her 20 doubles win led the team…went 6-0 at the ACC Tournament (singles and doubles), helping the ‘Noles reach the ACC Semifinals and upset No. 15 Miami in the quarterfinals…her 1-6, 7-6 (5), 6-4 victory over No. 119 Tristen Dewar of Clemson was her lone singles ranked win of the year…beat three ranked doubles teams in the spring, including No. 51 Monique Albuquerque and Clementina Riobueno of Miami, 8-2, in the ACC Quarterfinals…came back from a season-ending injury a year ago and had an extremely impressive fall season…posted a 9-7 record in singles, second most wins on the team, and an 8-4 record in doubles, best on the team….started off slow coming back from injury, losing her first three singles matches, but since then she went 9-4 the rest of the fall…fell to teammate Gabriella Castaneda in the finals at the Bedford Cup in Jacksonville…followed up that performance by winning three matches in a row in the consolation bracket to reach the semifinals at the ITA Southeast Regional Championships in Atlanta, Ga….she continued her success into the USTA Collegiate Clay Court Invitational presented by VISIT FLORIDA at Disney’s Wide World of Sports complex and won three more matches in a row to advance to the semifinals…paired mostly with Gabriella Castaneda in doubles where they reach the finals at the Furman Fall Classic in Greenville, S.C. after defeating Vanderbilt’s No. 17 Courtney Colton and Sydney Campbell 8-2 in the semifinals…won both doubles matches with Castaneda at the Bedford Cup to start the tournament to advance to the semifinals…teamed up with Daneika Borthwick at the USTA Collegiate Clay Court Invitational presented by VISIT FLORIDA and won three matches in a row en route to the finals in the doubles draw…fell to Auburn’s No. 30 ranked Michala Kucharova and Reka Muller in a three-set tiebreak thriller.


Played in only four matches before suffering a season-ending injury and taking a redshirt…easily handled her first collegiate opponents as she won 6-1 in doubles, with partner Daneika Borthwick, and 6-4, 7-5 over Andrea Crespo in singles against Stetson on January 19…ended with a 1-2 record in singles and a 1-1 record in doubles.

High School:

Represented New Zealand at Fed Cup Asia/Oceania Qualifying in 2013…career high ITF Junior ranking of No. 38 in July of 2012…won the San Luis Potosi ITF doubles event… won several ITF Junior grade 2 doubles titles (Amstettsn, Austria and Villach, Austria) and went to the semifinals in a grade 1 tournament in Offenbach, Germany in 2012…New Zealand Junior Player of the Year in 2011 and 2012…South Canterbury Junior Sports Person of the Year (2007, 09-10)…represented New Zealand U-14 at the Junior Fed Cup in 2006-11.


Born June 13, 1995…daughter of Gay and John Fanning…member of the Parnell Lawn Tennis Club…majoring in food and nutrition.