Sophomore • 2013-14
Recorded a runner-up finish in the Michelle O Doubles Flight with partner, Liang, and went 2-1 in singles play at the 21st William & Mary Tribe Invitational ... Earned a win in the 'B' singles flight and went 1-1 in doubles play with Liang at the USTA BJK Invitational ... As the 17th-seed, reached the singles round of 16 at the USTA/ITA Northeast Regional Championships and made the quarterfinals in doubles action with Spencer Liang as the 12th seed ... Went 2-1 in doubles action with partner Spencer Liang at the Harvard Invitational.
Freshman • 2012-13
Named to the All-Ivy second team ... Finished the spring 12-4 in dual matches and 4-3 in conference ... Teamed with Kristin Norton to win the Crimson Doubles Flight of the Harvard Fall Tournament, toppling NJIT's Ksenia Kuzmenko and Hannelore MacDonald, 8-2 ... Went 4-5 in singles play and 7-4 in doubles play in the fall ... Went 8-1 in singles and 2-8 in doubles during non-conference play … Compiled a record of 2-2 in singles and 0-1 in doubles during Ivy League play … Defeated Ryann Young of Cornell, 6-4, 6-4 (April 6) … Knocked off Stephanie Do of Penn, 6-4, 6-2 (April 14) ... Outlasted Madeleine Hamilton of Yale 4-6, 6-1, 7-6(7) in singles (April 21).
Played tennis at Nelson High School and served as team captain in 2008 … Member of the Canadian Junior Fed Cup team and helped squad capture the North American title and gold and silver medals at the Canada Games … Under-16 Canadian Junior national champion … Third-place finisher at under-18 Canadian Junior nationals … Under-14, U16 and U18 Ontario Provincial singles champion … Under-18 Ontario doubles champion … Ranked within the top five in Canada and top two in Ontario during high school career … Achieved honor roll status and had a top-five grade-point average all four years of high school … Earned Grade B Royal Conservatory for piano in 2008 … Assisted with Halton’s Children’s Aid Foundation fundraiser in 2011 and 2012 … Worked at Appleby Place retirement residence in 2008 … Enjoys singing, music and reading.