The doubles team will participate in the 2014 NCAA Women's Tennis Championships.
Senior Year (2007-08): Closed out her third and final year at FSU with more than 112 combined doubles and singles victory...her final singles record was 56-21 with a 56-19 mark in doubles...Singles: Posted one of her strongest seasons to date with a 29-8 singles record that included a 10-0 streak to start the season...played in the Seminoles' three-slot all year where she secured a team upset over #12 UNC with a 6-3, 7-6(2) victory over the Tarheels' Austin Smith...in ranked competition, she posted wins over #70 Michaella Kissell (Miami), #36 Whitney McCray (Georgia Tech) and #80 Romy Farah (Miami)...notched a 20-5 dual match mark including two big victories in the first and second rounds of the ACC Tournament...leaves Florida State tied for fifth in the Top 10 Dual Match Single Season Win Percentage category with an even .800...was ranked as high as #60 during the season...Doubles: Climbed to an impressive 26-10 overall mark, 17-6 in dual match play...closed out the season with a solid 8-1 mark including a 3-0 undefeated streak in the ACC tournament with freshman Federica Suess...defeated Duke's Robinson/Zawacki tandem in the third round of the ACC Championships to give the Seminoles' the team doubles point...also with Suess, defeated the Morgan/Mallory duo from Samford in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...went undefeated (5-0) on court three as well as a 6-4 mark on court two and a 7-3 record on court one.
Junior Year (2006-07): Singles: Posted a 25-13 record for the fall and spring seasons... defeated No. 107 Ashley Joelson of UCLA in three sets in the second round of the NCAA Tournament...ended the season on a six-match win streak...lost only three times at home...Doubles: Recorded a combined mark of 26-9 with multiple partners...spent most of the spring season paired with senior Nicola Slater finishing with a record of 14-5 and a No. 16 rating... the pair reached as high as No. 14 in the national rankings... defeated Duke's No.5 pairing in the nation with Slater...Dominated ranked opponents with Slater defeating six of nine in spring play.
Junior Year [Medical Redshirt] (2005-06): One of three new transfers on the Florida State women's tennis team...enrolled at FSU in January of 2006 after a standout career at Baylor...entered the Seminole program ranked No. 18 in the nation...took a medical red shirt for most of the season after suffering a torn tendon in her foot.
Sophomore Year [At Baylor] (2004-05): Singles: One of two ranked players in singles for the Lady Bears... finished the season ranked No. 50 in the nation ...selected to compete in the NCAA Singles Tournament, advancing to the round of 32 before falling to eventual runner-up Audra Cohen of Northwestern (6-1, 7-5) ...won all three singles matches in the Big 12 Tournament and two in the first three rounds of the NCAA Championships...had a 10-match win streak snapped in the NCAA Tournament...posted a 6-2 fall record and was the only Bear to earn an invite to the ITA All-American...went 2-1 against ranked opponents.
Freshman Year (2003-04 at Baylor): Singles: Only ranked player for the Bears at No.48... named Big 12 Player of the Week for matches played from March 30 - April 5...only Baylor player to compete in the Lady Bears' No. 1 spot despite being a freshman,...went 14-9 for the spring season...won five of 12 matches versus ranked opponents...went 25-11 for the season in singles...finished 14-9 in dual match play and 7-4 in Big 12 action... Doubles: was 15-13 for the year in doubles with four different partners...went 10-5 with primary partner Daria Potapova, finishing 7-4 in Big 12 matches.
High School and Other Accomplishments: Attended Hildegardis Gymnasium in Bingen, Germany...ranked No. 80 in German women's standings...attained an ITF World Junior ranking of No. 395 in 2000.
Personal: Born Feb. 22, 1984, in Bingen, Germany...daughter of Eckhard and Sabine Walter...majoring in multinational business...loves to compete in all kinds of sports... also enjoys playing the piano.