2013-14 JUNIOR SEASON
Won 25 singles matches, tying for the team lead and the 14th-most all-time by a Gopher in a single season Academic All-Big Ten finished 25-15 in singles and 24-10 in doubles paced Minnesota in dual-match play with a 17-8 record that included a 15-6 ledger at the No. 4 position and a 12-5 record at home won nine of her first 10 matches of the spring after ending the fall with back-to-back wins at the Kitty Harrison Invitational (Nov. 9-10) went 6-5 in Big Ten play to tie for the team lead in conference singles victories in the spring, racked up a 19-4 record with Natallia Pintusava that included marks of 17-3 at No. 1 and 2-1 at No. 2 duo defeated 64th-ranked Grainne O'Neill and Noelle Malley of Ohio State, 8-3, in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal round (April 25) concluded the fall 8-7 in singles and 5-6 in doubles, playing with Pintusava and Kendall Heitzner used two singles wins to qualify for the main draw ITA Central Region Championships (Oct. 17-21).
2012-13 SOPHOMORE SEASON
Totaled a 5-4 singles record during the fall tournament season went 1-2 in singles and 1-2 in doubles at the Gopher Invitational (Sept. 14-16) Was 2-1 in doubles when paired with Aria Lambert defeated Krissy Lankelma in the opening round of the tournament competed at the Wildcat Invitational (Oct. 14-16) for a 2-1 record finished the weekend with a 6-2, 6-2 victory over Wisconsin's Lauren Burich paired with Yuliana Umanets in doubles action and worked to advance to the consolation final, eventually losing to Shelby Talcott and Christina Harazin of Iowa 8-3 in the consolation final of doubles play qualified for the USTA/ITA Central Region Championships main draw with wins against Florencia Magni (South Dakota State) and Melanie Marlin (Oral Roberts) fell to Tulsa's Maria Sant'Anna in the singles round of 32 with partner Yuliana Umanets, fell in the first round of doubles against C.C. Sardinha and Meghan Blevins sat out the spring season due to injury.
2011-12 FRESHMAN SEASON
Finished the season 17-12 in singles and 10-15 in doubles went 11-9 in duels and 5-5 in conference won first three matches of her collegiate career to advance to the final at the Gopher Invitational (Sept. 16-18) won two matches to reach the Round of 16 at the Wilson/ITA Central Regional Championships in Tulsa, Okla. (Oct. 20-24) beat Michelle Farley of Tulsa 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 (5) in three-set match on Oct. 21 defeated Michigan's No. 106 Sam Critser in a super tiebreaker set, 10-8 played Sarah Landsman of Arizona in her NCAA Tournament appearance to an unfinished end in doubles, went 4-3 with Aria Lambert, 2-3 with Doron Muravnik, 2-4 with Tereza Brichacova,1-2 with Emilie Renault, 1-1 with Natallia Pintusava, and 0-2 with Alexa Palen went 2-1 with Aria Lambert in Big Ten doubles play, defeating teams from Penn State and Ohio State paired with Tereza Brichacova in the NCAA Tournament to take on Kim Stubbe/Susan McRann but fell 8-3.
PRIOR TO MINNESOTA
Was homeschooled and did not play high school tennis Played in multiple USTA Pro Circuit Tournaments Reached semifinals of the 2008 18U USTA National Open Reached semifinals of 10K Doubles tournaments in Williamsburg, Va. and Amelia Island, Fla. Was a quarterfinalist at the 18U USTA National Open in 2009 in Tampa, Fla. and at the 18U USTA National Open in 2008 in Waco, Tex. Was ranked as high as 34th in the country and was rated as a five-star recruit according to tennisrecruiting.net.
Undecided on a major hobbies include going to church and going shopping enjoys boating and jet skiing and used to play travel soccer daughter of Lori and Scott Courter born Sept. 16, 1991.
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