No. 34 Florida State wins its third conference match of 2014 defeating No. 56 Boston College, 6-1.
The No. 34 Seminoles are defeated by the No. 19 Yellow Jackets by a score of 5-2.
The No. 34 Seminoles will play home matches against No. 19 Georgia Tech and No. 56 Boston College this weekend.
No. 30 Florida State sweep Maryland, 7-0, on Sunday at the Indoor Tennis Facility.
No. 30 Florida State defeated the Demon Deacons, 4-3, on Friday afternoon.
Sophomore : Spring: Joined the team in January of 2013...posted a record of 13-6 in singles and 12-7 in doubles...worked mostly from Court five in singles where she played a record of 10-5...defeated one ranked opponent during the season - No.104 Clementina Riobueno (Miami) 6-4, 6-2...paired well with Krisitina Schleich in doubles and posted a record of 4-2 for the year...was the clinching match for the doubles point against No.11 Clemson in the ACC Quarterfinals where the Seminoles went on to defeat the Tigers 4-3.
2011-12 (at Tyler Junior College): Lost two singles matches all season as she led the Apache to their third-straight NJCAA championship...was crowned the champion in flight 1 at the NJCAA in both singles and doubles...has competed in the Fed Cup while representing the Bahamas during 2008-2011 where she's posted a 7-5 record in singles with six of those matches being played in the main draw.
Personal: Born April 11, 1992...daughter of Kim and Sean Cartwright...father played tennis at New Mexico State while her mother played at FIU...aspires to be a professional tennis player...spent her freshman year at Tyler Junior College in Tyler, Tx...has been coached by Dash Connell