Susanyi Clinches a Tight Match for the Bears in the Round of 16
Cal Players Earn Six ITA and All-Pac-12 Honors
Bears Play the Crimson Tide at 7 a.m. PT on Friday in Urbana, Ill.
Davis Clinches the Second-Round Match in Her Last Contest at Hellman
Eighth-Seeded Bears Beat the Seawolves, 4-0, and Will Play No. 25 Auburn on Saturday
California Women's Tennis freshman Zsofi Susanyi
Fall 2012: Compiled an 11-3 singles record and a 3-1 doubles record...fell in the singles semifinals of the USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships...reached the singles quarterfinals of the USTA/ITA Northwest Regional Championships...beat teammate Anett Schutting to win the Gold Flight singles title at the Cal Nike Invitational...in doubles paired with Schutting to reach the semifinals of the USTA/ITA Northwest Regional Championships, falling to teammates Tayler Davis and Annie Goransson.
Spring 2012: Received her first collegiate singles ranking at No. 13 in the ITA poll...earned a 41-8 overall ranking with a record of 19-4 in the singles and 13-1 in the doubles...named Pac-12 Player of the Week twice - Feb. 14 and April 2...won 10-consecutive dual-match victories playing No. 1 and 2 in the month of March and April...reached the Pac-12 championship quarterfinal in both the singles and doubles with partner Jana Juricova...advanced to the semifinal on her first NCAA tournament while also reaching the quarterfinal in the NCAA doubles with Juricova...finished her freshman season at No. 15 in the doubles ITA poll.
Fall 2011: Tied for team lead with 13 singles wins in her first tournament season...advanced to the Cal Nike Invitational singles semifinal before falling to Tayler Davis in her first tournament...appeared in the USTA/ITA Northwest Regional singles round of 16...won the ASU Thunderbird Invitational singles crown by defeating Davis...logged seven doubles wins with different partners...advanced to the USTA/ITA Northwest Regional doubles semifinal with Jana Juricova.
Personal/Previous: Undeclared major...Zsofia Susanyi was born in Szeged, Hungary...parents are Tamas Susanyi and Agnes Patkos...named 2010-11 Good Student-Athlete at Teleki Blanka HS...advanced to the singles quarterfinals at 2009 Junior Wimbledon...led the Abris Club team to the Hungarian National Team Championship final in 2011, and semifinals in 2010.