No. 14 Wake Forest tallied a 5-2 win over Pitt at home on March 25, 2016.
Career Honors • 2016 All-ACC Second Team • 2016 All-ACC Academic Team • 2015 All-ACC Third Team • 2015 All-ACC Academic Team
2015-16 (Junior) Garnered Second Team All-ACC accolades after going 21-18 in singles and 19-17 in doubles ... Became the 17th Wake Forest women’s tennis player (first since 2011) to earn multiple all-league accolades ... All-ACC Academic Team member for the second-straight year ... Ended the year ranked No. 67 nationally in singles (climbed as high as No. 44) and No. 44 in doubles with Anna Ulyashchenko ... With all but one match at the No. 1 position in the lineup, went 16-11 in spring singles and finished with a total of eight ranked singles triumphs ... Became the first Demon Deacon since 2011 to compete in NCAA Singles Championships ... Was a catalyst behind the Deacs’ first 9-0 start in program history by winning her first nine singles matches, including eight victories at the No. 1 spot ... Was named the ACC Player of the Week on Feb. 16, earning the award for the second time in her career; became the first Deacon since 2004 to win two weekly conference awards in her career ... In doubles, went 16-13 overall with Ulyashchenko, including a 13-12 spring ledger; tandem defeated four ranked pairings and played at the No. 1 position in the doubles lineup 27 times ... In the ITA Carolina Region, finished No. 10 in singles and No. 4 in doubles ... In the fall, went 5-6 in singles and 5-5 in doubles. 2014-15 (Sophomore) Earned a team-high 23 singles wins as a sophomore to go with 14 losses ... Was named Third Team All-ACC ... Went 21-9 in doubles play and was the only player to earn 20-plus doubles wins on the season ... Earned a 15-10 singles mark in dual-match action, all at the No. 1 position ... Was the only singles player to beat a nationally-ranked opponent, as she topped three throughout the season ... Finished the season ranked No. 118 in the country and No. 12 in the ITA Carolina Region ... Posted wins over No. 87 Jessica Wacnik of Boston College, No. 29 Joana Vale Costa of LSU and No. 109 Alyssa Smith of Duke ... Finished the doubles season strong, posting a 7-1 record with Kasey Gardiner and finishing No. 10 in the Carolina Region ... Overall, went 15-4 in dual-match doubles play, going 3-1 at No. 1 and 11-3 at No. 2 ... Took the A Doubles flight at the Wake Forest Invitational with Samantha Asch.
2013-14 (Freshman) Went 15-20 overall in singles play with an 8-15 mark in dual matches ... Played primarily at the No. 2 singles position, but also saw playing time at No. 1 (two matches) and No. 3 (six matches) ... Led Wake Forest in wins at No. 3 singles with five ... Won her first five singles matches in dual-match play ... Earned her top singles victory of the season by defeating No. 75 Francesca Fusinato of Virginia Tech ... Teamed primarily with Karen Forman and Andrea Retolaza in doubles play, going 18-9 overall and 11-4 in dual-match play ... Earned one of her most important victories of the season with Forman in an 8-2 decision at No. 3 against Maryland in the opening round of the ACC Tournament ... Won the B Doubles championship with Andrea Retolaza at the Wake Forest Invitational.
Background A five-star recruit by the Tennis Recruiting Network ... Ranked as the best recruit in the New England region and among the top 20 nationally ... Became only the second player ever to win four Connecticut state singles championships ... Finished her high school career without even dropping a set ... Four-time state open champion, all-area MVP, and all-state selection ... Named the NWC Conference Player of the Year four times and was also a three-time conference academic team honoree ... Won two USTA 16-and-under National Open championships in 2011 and won the 18-and-under level three regional championship.
Personal Born Sept. 1, 1995 in Norwalk, Conn. ... Daughter of Patrick and Julie Guerin.