Owls end season with an 8-10 record
Owls fall to 8-8
Ryan clinches match with 6-4, 6-4 win at No. 2 singles
Basma clinched the match at No. 3 singles
Basma earned team's lone point with win at No. 3 singles
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2012-13: Posted a 6-5 record for the season, including a four match winning streak, at the start of the season, over FGCU (2/09), Bethune-Cookman (2/15), St. John's (3/01), and South Dakota (3/04)... saw action at the No. 5 and No.6 singles positions...tallied three wins in doubles action...8-7 at Bethune-Cookman (2/15), teamed with Catalina Ene at No.3 doubles...8-3 over South Dakota (3/04), teamed with Natalia Tomaszewicz at No.1 doubles...8-6 over Cleveland State (3/09), teamed with Natalia Tomaszewicz at No.3 doubles.
2011-12:Went 3-3 at the No. 6 singles position and helped lead team to consecutive double-digit win totals and winning campaigns...teamed with Catalina Ene to post six doubles victories...tallied seven triumphs in doubles action...picked up a straight-set win over in-state rival Florida Gulf Coast (2/4)...dropped only one game in a win over Towson (3/20)...defeated Sun Belt Conference rival FIU in singles action (3/21)...teamed with Ene to win both doubles matches at the Sun Belt Conference Championships, including an 8-5 win over nationally ranked North Texas (4/20).
2010-11:Ranked second on the team with 13 singles victories and anchored bottom portion of the singles lineup...helped lead team to first winning season since 2004 with a 13-12 record...posted 10 victories during the spring dual match season, including an 8-5 record at the No. 6 singles position...won seven of her final 10 singles matches to end the season...also saw time at No. 5 singles...posted nine doubles victories, including seven triumphs with partner Cassie Bergeson.
2009-10:Won her only three singles matches in her only three matches during the spring dual match season...tallied six total victories and she emerged in the lineup toward the end of the season...recorded straight-set victories over North Dakota (3/14), New Jersey Inst. of Tech. (3/16) and Wright State (3/24)...dropped only six games in three dual matches at the No. 6 singles position.
High School:Played number one singles at Olympic Heights High School . . . won state in the third division during junior year...earned All-District honors all four years...got to round 16 of the Orange Bowl under 12s.
Personal:Daughter of Peter and Maria Phillips...education major...played in tournaments in Florida, Georgia, Texas and London.
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