Cristina Visico enters hers second season as the volunteer assistant coach for the Golden Bears.
Fall 2007: Completed the fall season with a 7-5 overall record to earn a No. 54 ranking entering the spring... reached the ITA National Indoor Championships as one of the finalists at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships with victories over Fresno State's Tinesta Rowe, No. 47 Anastasia Petukhova of Fresno State and No. 49 Katsiaryna Zheltova of Sacramento State... opened the fall season ranked No. 56, reaching the quarterfinal at the Cal Invitational before sustaining an injury... in doubles play, held a 3-2 record.
2006-07: One of four Bears to reach the 30-win plateau, finishing the regular season with an overall singles record of 33-9... went 20-5 in the dual season ranked No. 83 in the nation... secured Cal's win over Georgia in the NCAA regional... kicked off the dual season winning seven of eight matches... defeated VCU's Vera Petrashevitch to help Cal beat VCU, 4-3, in the ITA Team Indoor Championship... recorded a 10-match winning streak from March 9 to April 13 tied for the team best in the spring... held a preseason ranking of 56 and finished the fall with a 9-4 singles record... won blue flight singles tournament in the Cal Invitational...tallied victories in her first six matches of the campaign... advanced to the quarterfinal of the ITA Northwest Regional Championships... went undefeated with partner Bojana Bobusic in the ASU Thunderbird Invitational.
2005-06: Ranked No. 47 in the nation as a sophomore, playing predominantly on court No. 4 for the Bears where she earned a singles record of 10-7 in dual matches... entered the spring season ranked No. 92 in the nation in singles... opened the 2005 fall season 4-0 reaching the finals at the Cal Invitational... teaming with Jessica Shu, reached the semifinal at the Cal Invitational... recorded two victories on the doubles court with Shu at the ITA Regional Championships to advance to the round of 16.
2004-05: Recorded a 25-11 overall record as a freshman, playing predominantly at No. 6 singles... recorded 13 consecutive wins from the beginning of March until the end of April, a period during which she defeated two ranked opponents in No. 38 Lejla Hodzic of Stanford, 6-4, 3-6, 1-0, and No. 98 Laura Gordon of UCLA, 4-6, 6-3, 6-0... earned an NCAA Tournament berth and defeated Audrey Banada of Miami, 7-6; 6-3 in the opening round... completed season with a No. 73 ranking.
Personal: Born in Torrance, Calif... parents are Felicisimo and Marivic Visicio... worked at the Billie Jean King tennis center summer camp... Legal Studies major.
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