Ten student-athletes were named to the President's List, 19 student-athletes received Dean's List recognition
Match concludes careers of seniors Justine Humair, Erika Mrazkova and Cassie Bergeson
Mrazkova clinches team victory with straight-set victory at No. 5 singles
Owls begin play against Arkansas State on Thursday
Owls fall to 9-8 on the season
VIDEO: Meet Justine Humair
Emerged as a top of the singles rotation player in first season at FAU.
2009-10): Played No. 1 singles in all 20 matches for the Owls . . . posted second most total victories with 16 wins . . . tallied a 9-11 record overall that included an 8-11 mark in dual matches . . . teamed with sophomore Cassie Bergeson to win seven doubles matches . . . battled three nationally-ranked and two regionally-ranked opponents during the season . . . ended season winning four of her last six matches . . . had two stretches during season of winning two consecutive matches . . . picked up a straight-set victory in FAU's victory over Michigan State (1/30).
Previous School: Attended Florida State University during freshman year and appeared in one doubles match.
Tennis: Played junior international tournaments and received ITF points . . . was among the top players in her age category in Switzerland until the age of 16 when she moved to the United States.
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