Tulane drops to 17-7 overall; Seven-match win streak snapped
Green Wave will take on No. 51 SMU on Friday at 10 a.m.
Green Wave will open tourney against Southern Miss on Thursday morning at 8 a.m.
Student-athletes maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or better
Green Wave notches sixth straight; Improves to 16-6 overall this spring
Career Note: A one-year letterwinner who transferred to Tulane from the University of Wisconsin...career numbers include a 34-19 singles record and a 17-14 doubles mark.
2011-12: Played in 20 singles matches and two doubles contests during her first season in a Tulane uniform...missed the majority of the fall season with a back injury...was 13-6 in dual play, 0-1 in her lone tournament match and a perfect 4-0 vs. Conference USA competition...played primarily at the No. 5 slot in the singles line-up and produced an 11-6 record...won her lone matches at the No. 4 and No. 6 spots...won a season-best five consecutive matches on two occasions and completed the season winning five of her final six contests...biggest win of the year was a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Rice's 28th-ranked Leah Fried...won her two doubles contests with Caroline Magnusson during the fall.
2010-11: Named to the All-Big Ten Second Team as a freshman and was tabbed as the team's Most Improved Player...posted a 14-8 singles record in spring dual matches playing in the top half of the Badgers' lineup...was 7-2 at No. 2 singles before ending the season in the No. 1 slot, going 5-6...had a 4-4 mark in Big Ten play...went 1-3 against nationally-ranked opponents...opened spring season by going 8-1 in first nine singles matches...went 7-4 during the fall season, winning seven-straight matches after dropping her first four...went undefeated at 3-0 at the WMU Invitational...won the flight B singles title at the Wildcat Invitational with a 4-0 record...went 0-3 at the Duke Invitational...in doubles, had a 10-10 doubles mark in spring dual matches, playing primarily in the Nos. 1 and 2 positions...finished the season going 2-5 with Alaina Trgovich at No. 1 doubles...opened the spring season paired with Angela Chupa, posting a 7-3 record...went 5-4 in doubles during the fall season...went 2-1 at the WMU Invitational partnered with Aleksandra Markovic...finished in third place in flight A at the Wildcat Invitational with a 2-1 record partnered with Chupa...went 1-2 at the Duke Invitational partnered with Markovic.
High School: Played tennis for coach Pete Freischlag at Downers Grove South High School...named all-state all four years of high school...named Team MVP as a junior and senior...received team's Mustang Award for team spirit as a freshman and sophomore...named team's Rookie of the Year as a freshman...team finished second in state as a sophomore, setting record for most wins in a season (45)...tournaments won or competed in include Orange Bowl, Easter Bowl, Winter Nationals, Spring Nationals, National Opens, Midwest Closed, Clay Courts, Hard Courts and Fed Cup...was a 4.0 and above honor roll member and ranked in top 5% of graduating class, finishing 27th of 623.
Personal: Majoring in geology...born September 16, 1991...parents are Billy and Laura Hois...has an older sister, Erin, and a younger brother, Reed...a Conference USA Academic Medalist and member of the Tulane 3.0 Club as a sophomore...also named a 2012 Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar Athlete.
Hois' Career Singles Statistics
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Hois' Career Doubles Statistics
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