• All-ACC Academic Team (2019)
• ITA Southeast Senior Player of the Year (2019)
• Third Team All-ACC (2019)
• ACC Co-Player of the Week (1/22/19)
• NCAA Doubles Championship Qualifier (2018-19)
• Second Team All-SEC (2018)
• SEC All-Tournament Team (2018)
• SEC Freshman of the Week (March 23, 2016)
• SEC All-Freshman Team (April 27, 2016)
Finished her one and only season with Florida State with a 14-9 singles record and a 16-9 doubles record leading her to Third Team All-ACC honors and a trip to the NCAA Doubles Championship as well as ITA Southeast Regional Senior Player of the Year… earned ACC Co-Player of the Week in the first week of the season… her 16 doubles wins were tied for second on the team… earned two ranked singles wins and five ranked doubles wins… defeated No. 10 NC State’s 112th ranked Adriana Reami 6-3, 6-7, 6-2 on court three (Apr. 7) and No. 19 Virginia’s 90th ranked Amber O’Dell 4-6, 6-0, 6-1 on court three in the following match (Apr. 11)… took down No. 67 Labrana/Markovic (Texas) 6-4, No. 71 Knutson/Ramirez (Syracuse) 6-3, No. 28 Davis/Carter (Wake Forest) 6-2, No. 8 Aney/Graham (North Carolina) 6-2 and No. 34 Davis/Carter (Wake Forest) 6-2… had a season-high singles ranking of No. 55 and doubles ranking of No. 21.
In her first semester in Tallahassee, she led the Noles in singles wins with a 10-3 record to go along with a 5-4 doubles record…won the singles back draw Flight 3 consolation at the Debbie Southern Fall Classic hosted by Furman…after losing in the first round of the ITA Southeast Regional she bounced back to take the next four matches to claim the back draw championship at regionals…followed her impressive regional performance up with a perfect 3-0 record at the Seminole All-Conference Showdown and a singles Flight B championship…earned second place at the in the top doubles flight at the All-Conference Showdown with partner Petra Hule.
Helped lead Arkansas to a 16-16 record and a place in the SEC Tournament semifinals… earned second team All-SEC honors for her terrific season… named to the SEC All-Tournament team after leading the Razorbacks to the three wins in the SEC Tournament for the first time in school history… led the Razorbacks in both doubles and singles wins… had a team high 25 overall doubles wins as she amassed a 25-9 record with a 17-5 dual match record… she was 16-5 on court one and 1-0 on court two… in singles she earned a 23-14 overall record including a 15-9 record in dual matches… she finished the season with a 5-3 record on court one and a 10-6 record on court… her season wrapped up with a trip to the NCAA Doubles Championship, in which she lost in the first round.
Boasted a national ranking in singles each of the last 10 weeks of the regular season and finished No. 64 in the final rankings … Participated in the NCAA singles championship … Went 15-14 overall in singles with a 9-11 mark in dual-match singles, 6-3 record during the fall and a 4-7 SEC record … Picked up four victories against nationally ranked opponents … Won nine matches at No. 2 singles … Was 15-12 overall in doubles with Mia Jurasic, including a 9-10 mark in dual matches and a 5-3 record in SEC play … Two of her four ranked wins were against the nation’s No. 16 and No. 26 ranked players … Clinched doubles against Oklahoma, LSU, No. 25 Ole Miss, No. 24 Tennessee and No. 11 Auburn … vs. No. 17 Texas A&M (March 12): Struck first in doubles, winning 6-4 at No. 2 with Jurasic … at No. 25 Ole Miss (March 17): In doubles with Jurasic, outlasted opponent 7-6 (10-8) to clinch the doubles point in the 4-0 road win … vs. No. 1 Florida (March 25): Earned a 6-2, 4-6, 6-3 win at No. 2 singles over Florida’s No. 16 Ingrid Neel … at No. 11 Auburn (April 16): Came through in three sets at the No. 2 singles spot to lift the Hogs to a 4-2 win to close out the regular season.
Recorded a 14-12 mark in dual-matches … Went 4-9 in SEC play … Posted a 5-1 ledger at No. 1 singles … Logged a team-best 15-8 dual-match doubles record with Mia Jurasic … The duo also registered a 6-5 mark in conference play … Burst onto the during the first month of the season … Won five of her first six singles matches … Clinched the doubles point with Jurasic three times – vs. No. 70 UC Irvine, vs. 15 Auburn, vs. No 21 Mississippi State (SEC Tournament) … at No. 12 South Carolina (March 5): Notched the first singles win against a ranked opponent of her career, defeating No. 71 Caroline Dailey 6-1, 6-1 at the No. 1 spot … at No. 60 Missouri (March 12): Followed up with a 6-4, 6-3 win over No. 98 Bea Machado Santos at the top singles position … vs. No. 43 Alabama (March 17): Defeated No. 31 Andie Daniell 7-6 (5)- 7-5 … Paired with fellow teammate Jurasic, took down the pair of Danielle Spielmann and Joanna Nena Savva 6-1 at No. 3 doubles … vs. No. 15 Auburn (March 20): Beat No. 76 Alizee Michaud, who was previously 15-1 overall and 12-0 in dual matches, 6-3, 6-1 … Teamed with Jurasic to dispatch Alannah Griffin and Caroline Turner 6-1 at the No. 3 spot to seal the doubles point … Through the weekend, compiled a 4-0 record in singles and doubles play to help propel the team to a weekend sweep of conference foes No. 43 Alabama and No. 15 Auburn … Extended her dual-match win streak to five matches … Named SEC Freshman of the Week on March 23 for the first time of her career for her efforts during the weekend … Became the first Razorback to earn SEC Freshman of the Week acclaim since Shannon Hudson on Jan. 22, 2014 … Entered the ITA singles rankings at No. 83 for the first time … at Jackson State (March 23): Went 2-0 at No. 1 singles and 1-0 in doubles as the team picked up four team victories on the day … Tallied a 6-3 record in singles and 5-3 mark in doubles … UVA Invite (Sept. 25-27): Went 2-1 in her collegiate debut … Placed third in the orange flight singles consolation … ITA Central Regional Championship (Oct. 15-19): Finished 2-1 in singles and 1-1 in doubles … Reached the round of 32 in singles as well as doubles with Makenzie Craft … Brown Classic (Nov. 6-8): Went 2-1 in singles … Posted a 3-0 record with Mia Jurasic in doubles.
Born on April 1, 1996 … Daughter of Levin and Marjetka Oparenovic … Nutrition major.