Hometown: Mamaroneck, NY
Has been a driving force in the Bucs’ lineup since her freshman year ... Has played a key role in Barry’s success the past two seasons ... Improved transition and net play ... Good singles and doubles player ... Expected to compete for a spot in one of the top three flights ... Coming off a solid fall season ... Boasts the third highest career winning percentage in Barry history heading into the season (.848).
JUNIOR (FALL): Advanced to the finals of the ITA Southeast Regional Championships in singles ... Ended the fall season ranked sixth by the ITA.
SOPHOMORE (2004): Named an ITA Scholar All-American ... Earned first- team All-SSC honors in singles ... Tied for the team-high with 17 singles wins and five losses, primarily at the second slot ... Posted a 16-7 doubles record ... Teamed with Arabella Martin to reach the quarter-finals of the ITA Southeast Championships in doubles during the fall ... Advanced to the semi-finals of the Stetson Invitational in the “A” singles flight.
FRESHMAN (2003): Was tied for third on the squad in wins in singles action with 22 ... Posted a perfect 6-0 record in SSC action ... Compiled a 23-7 recorded in doubles play earning her All-SSC Honorable Mention honors.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played one year at Mamaroneck High in New York under coach Don Phillips ... Won the conference and regional tournaments in 2001 to advance to the state tournament where she finished fifth ... Represented the state of New York in the juniors Fed Cup tournament in California ... Finished second in the Caribbean ITF tournament in Martinque and Guadalupe ... Ranked second in her native Brazil at the girls under-16 level ... Graduated high school from Sagemont High in Weston, Fla. ... Won the math award her senior year ... Graduated valedictorian of her senior class.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Dr. Bruce Trotman and Edna Matta ... Double majoring in history and literature ... Has one sibling, Gustavo Amaral Matta Cunha.