Captured the Pac-10 singles championship and was named the Pac-10 Player of the Year...played primarily for the Bears on court one last year...tough competitor with an all-court game whose greatest strength is that she can hit every ball...versatile and aggressive.
Fall 2006: Came into the fall with a national ranking of five in singles and two in doubles with partner Susie Babos...won the ITA Northwest Regional doubles title with Babos, defeating Stanford pairs in the quarterfinals, semifinals and the final...won the backdraw in the ITA Indoor Championships doubles draw...won the doubles tournament in the Cal Invitational, defeating teammates Daron Moore and Nina Henkel in the championship round, 8-0...ended the fall season with a 12-2 doubles record with Babos.
2005-06: 2006 Pac-10 singles champion, defeated then-No. 10 ranked Amanda Fink of USC to claim the title...2006 All-American, along with teammate, Susie Babos...2006 Pac-10 Player of the Year and selected to the All-Pac-10 first team...entered postseason play ranked third by the Fila Collegiate Tennis Rankings... was ranked No. 8 in doubles with partner Babos at the end of the regular season ...finished the season 34-15 in singles, predominantly competing in No. 1 singles for Cal...advanced to the Pac-10 doubles finals with partner Babos...captured the singles title at the ITA Regional Qualifier (10/24/05) after defeating Theresa Logar of Stanford, 2-6, 6-2, 6-1, and qualified for the ITA National Indoors...advanced to the consolation finals of the ITA National Indoors on Nov. 4 after defeating Megan Moulton-Levy of William & Mary, 6-3, 6-3, in the semifinals...entered the fall season ranked 12th in singles...notched a 6-2 doubles record for the fall with partner Babos; the duo entered the fall season with a No. 27 ranking...in doubles action, teamed with Babos and won in the quarterfinals of the ITA All-American qualifying match to advance to the All-American Main Draw, where they made it to the quarterfinals.
2004-05: Attended Mississippi State for one year, where she was named SEC Freshman of the Year in 2005.
Personal: Interdisciplinary studies major... six-time Hungarian national champion.