Hometown: Twin Falls, Idaho
JUNIOR (2014-15): Won United States Tennis Association/Intercollegiate Tennis Association Small College Championships NCAA Division II doubles title for second straight year with Linda Fritschken, beating Claremont-Mudd Scripps Caroline Ward and Katie Kuosman, 6-4, 6-1 in final ... Repeated as USTA/ITA Super Bowl doubles champs with Fritschken in fall, beating Armstrong Atlantic's Dora Andrejszki and Lena Lutzeier, 6-2, 6-1, in the finals ... Won ITA South Region doubles title with Fritschken in fall.
SOPHOMORE (2013-14): Member of NCAA Championship team ... ITA All-American in singles and doubles ... Finished season ranked No. 5 in country in singles ... Capped season ranked No. 8 in nation in doubles with Linda Fritschken ... Voted Barry co-Female Athlete of Year ... Named First-Team All-Sunshine State Conference in singles ... Earned First-Team All-SSC doubles honors ... Three-time SSC Player of Week (Feb. 10, Feb. 17, March 31) ... Went 11-4 in singles, which included 8-4 record against nationally-ranked opponents ... Beat No. 6 Monika Kochanova of West Florida, 6-3, 6-3, at No. 1 singles in NCAA South Region Championship ... Was 20-2 in doubles, all with Fritschken ... Won 12 straight doubles matches to end season ... With Fritschken, beat No. 8-ranked Marlen Hacke and Kalodzitsa, 8-4, in NCAA Championship match ... Runner-up at USTA/ITA South Region Championships in singles in fall ... Runner-up at Clemson's Duckworth Fall Classic in singles, beating Winthrop's Alice Garcia, 6-1, 6-2, in semifinals ... Won USTA/ITA Small College doubles championship with partner Fritschken in fall, beating Embry-Riddle's Hui Huang and Kristina Marova, 6-1, 6-1, in finals ... Won ITA South Region doubles title with Fritschken in fall, beating Lynn's Ioana Ivan and Val Confalonieri, 8-2, in finals ... Won Super Bowl doubles title in fall with Fritschken ... Along with Fritschken, finished fall as No. 1-ranked doubles team in country.
FRESHMAN (2013): ITA All-American honors in doubles with Elisabeth Abanda ... First-Team All-SSC in doubles ... Second-Team All-SSC in singles ... Named SSC Player of Week (Feb. 18) ... Went 20-5 in singles with 4-5 record against nationally-ranked opponents ... Finished season with No. 29 national singles ranking ... Ranked No. 7 in doubles to end season ... Won 12 straight singles matches at beginning of season ... Beat No. 19 Midwestern State's Taylor Coffman, 6-2, 6-3, at No. 2 singles in NCAA Round of 16 ... Defeated No. 31 Lucie Sipkova, 6-2, 6-2, of No. 9 Cal-Pennsylvania at No. 1 singles (Mar. 20) ... Beat No. 18 Laura Kemkes, 6-1, 6-2, of Saint Leo at No. 3 (Feb. 24) ... Went 21-5 in doubles with Abanda ... Defeated No. 1 Aleksandra Filipovski and Barbora Krticova, 8-6, at No. 1 doubles in Barry's 5-4 win over No. 1 Armstrong Atlantic (Mar. 22).
REDSHIRT (2012): Did not participate.
HIGH SCHOOL & AMATEUR: Won U18 ITF World Ranking Event 2 in Canada in Oct. 2010, beating Belarus’ Viktoryia Kisialeva by default in finals ... Beat Venezuelan Carmen Blanco, 6-1, 6-1 to win Curacao Juniors Open in Oct. 2009 in Netherlands ... Won Canadian Saville U18 ITF tournament in July 2008, beating Canada’s Marianne Jodoin, 6-2, 6-7 (5-7), 6-4, in title match ... Fell 6-1, 7-5 to Uzbekistan’s Natella Nabieva in ITF Junior Circuit event finals in Trinidad & Tobago in Oct. 2009 ... Teammed with Barry teammate Elisabeth Abanda to win the Orange Bowl 16s doubles tournament championship in Dec. 2009 ... Along with Abanda, won U18 Canadian World Ranking Event doubles title in Oct. 2010 ... Paired with Slovokian Barbora Lazarova, won Trinidad & Tobago ITF Junior Circuit event doubles title in March 2010 ... Along with Lazarova, won Jalisco Junior Cup doubles tournament in Mexico in Feb. 2010 ... With Lazarova, won ITF Junior Circuit doubles title in Trinidad & Tobago in Oct. 2009 ... Won Canadian U18 ITF Junior World Ranking event doubles crown with Canadian Laurie Gingras in July 2008 ... Ranked 242 on ITF juniors in 2009 ... Received academic honors after finishing in top 5 of her online high school class in 2011.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Marian Onila and Raluca Nina ... Father is a tennis coach ... Both of her parents played professional tennis ... Mom played college tennis at Idaho State ... Coached by her dad in juniors ... Majoring in psychology.