2007-08: A Third Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All American (at-large)... Named Second Team All America East Confernence at No. 3 doubles with partner Joy Adewumi... The team’s co-Most Valuable Player... Posted 30 wins, tied for the team lead with Pascaline Cette... Won nine of ten spring matches at the No. 4 singles position... Owns 77 match victories for the Retrievers.. Won both matches vs. Binghamton in the America East semifinals and remained perfect in tournament history with a record of 6-0.
2006-07: Shook off a tough fall to earn second team all conference honors at No. 4 singles and No. 3 doubles (Joy Adewumi)... Also was named to America East All Academic team... Triumphed in won nine of her last 12 singles matches... Won both singles and doubles match in America East semi-final win over Binghamton.
2005-06: Competed at the No. 2 singles slot as a freshman and won 11 out of her last 13 matches… Named the team’s “Most Improved Player”… 5-0 in tie-breakers… 14-6 in doubles, playing primarily at the No. 1 slot with (current assistant coach) Ale Pedergnana… Won seven of her last eight doubles matches, including both in the America East Tournament… Finished second on the team in total victories with 30.
Background: Pusuing a double major in information systems/financial economics and maintains a 4.00 grade-point average... Has been inducted into the National Collegiate Honor Societ and was named to America East Commissioner's Honor Roll in 2006 and 2007 and has earned Dean's List honors in all six semesters at UMBC... Defeated Turkey’s #1 player in three sets in 2000… Graduated fifth in a class of 170 students and qualified as one of the ten best English speakers in the country at the National Public Speaking Competition… Has also earned other academic awards in both English and Mathematics… lists favorite movie as Schindler’s List… Sister of Adrian, 20, and Victor, 17 and daughter of Georgeta and Victor Carapcea… Born October 27, 1986.