The University of Minnesota Golden Gophers will be traveling to Florida Gulf Coast University in Estero, Fla. on Thursday to compete in the FGCU Fall Tournament.
The University of Minnesota Golden Gophers finished strong after four days of competition at the Gopher Invitational at Baseline Tennis Center this weekend.
The third day of the Gopher Invite saw some hard fought matches for the maroon and gold at Baseline Tennis Center as they won two doubles draws.
The University of Minnesota women's tennis team continued to play strong today, the second day of the Gopher Invitational at Baseline Tennis Center.
The University of Minnesota Golden Gophers' women's tennis team kicked off the 2016-17 season strong .
Went 13-9 in singles and 9-6 in doubles play • competed mostly out of the No. 6 position going 8-4 and also went 1-0 in the No. 3 spot • in doubles, played out of the No. 3 spot in all 15 matches • as the No. 3, defeated Morgan Brower of South Dakota State without dropping a game 6-0, 6-0 • won six out of the first seven singles matches of the spring season including a comeback victory over Dartmouth College • won eight of the first nine doubles matches of the spring season including a 6-0 victory over the Milwaukee pair of Clarke/Lobanova • helped secure the doubles point against No. 24 Mississippi with a 6-2 win • won eight straight doubles matches and did not lose for the entire calander month of Feb.
2016 FALL SEASON
Went 9-4 in singles play and 13-5 in doubles • won three singles matches and seven doubles matches at the Gopher Invitational • won three matches in both singles and doubles at the FGCU Fall Tournament • won three singles matches at the ITA Central Region Championships • won three doubles matches with Annemarie Emme at the Kitty Harrison Invite.
2016 SPRING SEASON
Went 10-9 in singles and 1-1 in doubles play • both doubles matches came with Paula Rincon-Otero • picked up the Gophers lone win against No. 11 Michigan topping Sara Remynse in two sets • saw the majority of her action in Big Ten play at the No. 5 or 6 spots going 6-6 against conference foes in her freshman season.
2015 FALL SEASON
Finished the fall season 7-5 in singles competition and 8-3 in doubles competition • started her collegiate career competing in the top “A” Flight singles draw posting a 3-2 record while going 5-1 in doubles play • got out of the first round at the ITA Central Region Championships with a victory • competed in the Big Green Invite, going 2-1 in singles play and 2-1 in doubles competition alongside teammate Paula Rincon-Otero.
PRIOR TO MINNESOTA
Reached national level in 2010 when she earned Peruvian sub-12 national singles and doubles championships • achieved an International Tennis Federation ranking of 127 after reaching the Under-16 Orange Bowl doubles championship, entering the tournament as the second seed • reached the semifinal round in 2012 at the Eddie Herr Mixed Doubles Tournament • represented her home country in the Fed Cup and Junior Fed Cup as a 16-year-old • won gold medal in doubles at the International Youth Games
Plans to study business • lettered in basquet, swimming, hockey and volleyball in high school • likes to act, write, listen to music and play any sport • lists most memorable sports memory as winning a tournament that made her the No. 1 South American player • daughter of Gomez Muñoz and Gianette Beatriz and has one sister in Valeria Vargas (15) • born January 14, 1998.
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