Hometown: Gyor, Hungary
JUNIOR (2009-2010): In 22 starts, all at the top flight, compiled a 14-2 mark in singles, earning a final ITA ranking of fifth ... In doubles, combined with partner Yulia Kashelkina to go 20-3, all at the number one slot, to finish ranked third in the ITA final poll ... Went a spectacular 11-1 against nationally ranked foes ... Only loss on the court came to #1 ranked Sona Novakova of Armstrong Atlantic ... Forced to retire against Amy Zhang of NCAA Division I Rutgers ... Posted four wins over players ranked in the top-10 ... Led in five of the six matches that went unfinished, including a 6-3, 1-0 lead over Novakova in the NCAA quarterfinals ... Named the SSC Player of the Year, the ITA National Rookie of the Year, and a spot on the ITA All-America teams in both singles and doubles ... Named to the Dean’s List in the fall ... Made the Athletic Director’s List in the spring to earn a spot on the SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Did not compete in the fall.
HIGH SCHOOL & CLUB: Ranked #1 in Hungary in her age group five times from 2003-2008 ... Won the Hungarian Championship in her age group five times ... Won the Hungarian Women’s Championship at age 16 ... Member of the Hungarian Junior National Team ... Represented Hungary in numerous junior matches from 2000-2004 ... Member of the Federation Cup ... Earned career high WTA international rankings of 422 in singles and 467 in doubles in 2004 ... Earned an ITF career high junior ranking of 63 in 2004.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Geza Pocza and Eva Poczane ... Has one sister, Ramona ... Majoring in finance.