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 fall to 9-8 on the season
Banquet Held at Stadium For The First Time Ever
VIDEO: Meet Erika Mrazkova
Key component to Owls last season and will look to make the same improvement that she made following her freshman season.
2009-10: Won a team-high 12 matches en route to posting a winning record at 12-9 . . . played No. 4 and No. 5 singles where she was 10-8 in dual matches . . . earned a come-from-behind three-set victory in FAU's victory over conference foe Middle Tennessee State (3/8) . . . also had a three-set victory over Louisiana-Lafayette (3/6) . . . picked up a straight-set win over UCF (2/28) and earned one of the Owls two points against nationally-ranked DePaul (3/25) with a victory at No. 5 singles . . . ended the season with a three match winning streak and winners of six of her past nine matches.
2008-09: Won a team-high eight matches in singles action that included a 2-1 mark at the second position . . . won four matches at the number three position . . . picked up victories in Sun Belt league play over Middle Tennessee State and in postseason action over Western Kentucky in the first round of the conference tournament . . . made her collegiate debut at the number one singles position . . . saw most of her action in the two through four singles positions.
Tennis: Played for Tenis Cibulka
Personal: Born on October 28, 1988 in Prague, Czech Republic . . . daughter of Ingrid Mrazkova and Vratislav Mrazek . . . played in tournaments in Germany, New Orleans and Texas.
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