Senior Year (2006-2007): Played primarily in doubles with partner Jessica Wente...posted a 6-0, 6-0 victory over Florida A&M's Ashley Green...defeated Rebecca Lin of Rice in the five spot 6-2, 6-3...posted a record of 16-9 with Wente in doubles, primarily in the three spot...defeated Boston College's Delaney/Nafarrete 8-2 twice in the season, once during regular season and again in the ACC Tournament...posted eight victories over ACC schools in doubles...competed in only 11 singles matches and had a three match win streak against Rice, Houston and Florida A&M...won 11 of 16 double victories 8-3, 8-2 or 8-1.
Redshirt Senior (2005-06): Sat out the season due to an injury.
Junior Year (2004-05): Played in 16 of 22 contests for the Seminoles, missing action from April 2 to April 22...went 10-2 at the number three position with Tapiwa Marobela...picked up doubles victories over ranked, team opponents, No. 25 San Diego State, No. 9 Miami, No. 26 Wake Forest and No. 6 Georgia Tech...opened the season 2-3 with sophomore Roxanne Clarke, before switching partners...named team captain.
Sophomore Year (2003-04): At Houston, stepped into the number one singles position for the Cougars, posting an 8-5 record at the top of the lineup and 13-5 overall in dual match play...earned first-team All C-USA Honors for her performance during the season...recorded 19 overall singles wins after picking up six during the fall season...recorded two wins at the Conference-USA Championships with singles victories over Marquette's Veronica Garcia Briseno and Louisville's Michele Spiess for third place...was a force in doubles, taking at least ten victories during the spring of 2003 and 2004.
Freshman Year (2002-03): One of the most consistent Cougars in singles and doubles...finished with a 14-11 record in singles play at the number two spot for most of the seasonand All C-USA second team honors...had a five match winning streak from February 22 through March 4...Compiled a 13-7 doubles record spending most of the year paired with Yolandi Terblanche (10-7) also paired with Analia Longoni (1-1) and Sarah Flood (2-1)...finished her first fall season with a 6-5 singles record and 6-4 in doubles.
High School: Attended Hills Road Farm College in Cambridge, England...won the England Under-18 national doubles title in 2001...was a five-time county champion.
Personal: Born Miranda Gemma Rose Foley on August 3, 1984...daughter of Ian and Linda Foley....has two siblings (Paul and Russell)...Majoring in Exercise Science(Fitness & Nutrition)...favorite hobbies include playing other sports and listening to music...had her first rib removed for medical reasons...transferred to FSU from the University of Houston to continue playing under head coach Jennifer Hyde...Florida State team captain for two years in a row.