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Nara, Japan
high school
other college

Senior 2015-16:

Ended her senior season with a 14-13 singles record and 22-10 doubles mark…playing primarily at the No. 2 and 3 spots, went 8-8 with a ranked win over No. 87 Natalie Suk of Ole Miss to open the season…ranked No. 111 in the ITA singles preseason rankings and opened the spring with a No. 41 ranking in doubles with fellow seniors Daneika Borthwick…ended the year ranked No. 51 with sophomore Gabriella Castaneda…won the US Open regional qualifier held at FSU and participated in the National Qualifiers in New Haven, Conn….reached the second round of the ITF Futures 10K in Austin, Texas after winning three qualifying matches and her first round match against Alina Silich (6-2, 6-2).


Finished the spring 15-9 in singles and 11-12 in doubles…went 6-7 in ACC play, 11-6 on Ct. 3 and 4-2 on Ct. 4…won three matches on the season against ranked opponents…went 7-5 with Daneika Borthwick in doubles action, including 5-2 in the ACC and won two matches against ranked teams…clinched the match for the Seminoles in the ACC Quarterfinals against No. 15 Miami with a 7-6 (5), 1-6, 6-2 win over No. 74 Clementina Riobueno on Ct. 3…best win of the year came against No. 13 Brianna Morgan of Florida, a straight-set, 7-5, 6-4 win…won five consecutive matches at the end of the season before jumping to face the No. 27 Georgia Tech team on Ct. 2, her only match on the court all season…in doubles, paired with Borthwick to win matches against Monique Albuquerque and Riobueno of Miami in the regular season, 8-4, and No. 77 Elisha Hande and Joanna Nalborska of Notre Dame, 8-2…last eight matches of the season came on Ct. 1 playing with Borthwick…was preseason ranked No. 79 in singles by the ITA, the highest singles ranking on the team…won her first match as a Seminole against Ohio State’s No. 69 Gabriella De Santis (6-1, 6-1) at the Riviera/ITA All-American tournament in California…posted an 8-6 singles record during the fall season…reached the quarterfinals at the Bedford Cup in Jacksonville after defeating Florida’s Spencer Liang (2-6, 6-1, 6-0)…made it to the semifinals after winning her first two matches in the USTA Collegiate Clay Court Invitational presented by VISIT FLORIDA at Disney’s Wide World of Sports complex…split time playing with Lana Rush and Daniela Schippers in doubles.


Went 17-9 in singles and 8-8 in doubles in 2013-14…was ranked as high as No. 81 in singles…defeated No. 114 ranked Brigit Folland of South Carolina in straight sets 6-2. 6-3…posted a singles record of 13-8 and a 5-3 doubles mark in 2012-13…named to the Atlantic 10 First Team in 2013 and 2014….amassed 30 wins in singles as a Ram and 13 wins in doubles… she competed primarily at No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles…she was a top-16 seed in the 2013 ITA Atlantic Regional in both singles (No. 13) and in doubles with partner Cindy Chala (No. 11)…Noi was named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in both 2013 and 2014 while at VCU and was named to the All-Academic Team in 2014…she joined an FSU team that equally pursues excellence in the classroom and on the court as the Florida State women’s tennis squad has won the Golden Torch in 16 of the last 17 years, given to the FSU athletic team with the highest overall GPA…Noi brings a very solid work ethic to the Florida State program and brings a wealth of experience as an upperclassman to an already upperclassmen-heavy roster.


Born on August 31, 1993…daughter of Yuji and Fumiyo Noi…attended Nishinomiya-Koei school…went to a swimming academy for eight years.