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
Tulane: Transferred to Tulane prior to the 2012-13 campaign...a returning letterwinner who owns career numbers of 64-30 in singles and a doubles mark of 60-32.
2012-13: A first-team All-Conference USA and All-Louisiana selection and was named the Louisiana co-Player of the Year...named the C-USA Player of the Week on March 19...completed her first season at Tulane with a 19-8 singles record and a doubles mark of 11-10...was nationally-ranked in singles the entire season, including a season-best No. 58, and completed her junior season ranked of No. 70 nationally and was rated as the fifth-best player in the Southern Region...sported a 12-6 dual record, all at No. 1, and a C-USA record of 3-1...her biggest win came against the nation's No. 31 ranked player and nine of her 12 dual victories were in straight sets...in doubles action, she was 5-5 with freshman Ipek Birol at the top doubles spot and was 2-1 with Hila Elster.
and sported a 12-6 dual record, all at No. 1, and was 4-5 against ranked players. Her biggest win came against the nation's No. 31 ranked player and nine of her 12 dual wins came in straight sets. Vyskocilova was named the C-USA Athlete of the Week on March 19. In doubles action, she was 5-5 with freshman Ipek Birol at the top doubles spot.
Prior to Tulane: Was a two-year letterwinner at Clemson, who ranked as high as No. 58 nationally in singles this season during the 2011-12 season...career record includes 94 combined singles and doubles victories while playing near the top of the line-up for the Tigers in singles and No.3 in doubles...helped Clemson to 37 victories, two NCAA Tournament appearances, including a round of 16 showing in 2011 and a second round effort this past spring, and she has posted 20+ victories in both singles and doubles in each of her first two seasons as a collegian.
During her sophomore campaign, she entered the spring ranked 58th nationally and remained ranked the entire season...logged a 24-10 singles mark while playing primarily at the No. 2 and 3 spots in the line-up and completed the year with a 17-7 dual mark...in doubles action, she was 29-8 overall, including 20-3 in dual play with her partner at the No. 3 position...was one of two Tigers to receive All-ACC recognition.
As a rookie in 2010-11, she posted a 21-12 singles record and ranked as high as No. 100 nationally after posting five ranked wins...registered a 20-14 overall mark in doubles, including a 5-2 mark with former Clemson teammate Caroline Magnusson, who also transferred to Tulane from Clemson...the Tigers advanced to the round of 16 before falling to eventual national champion Florida.
Prior to Clemson: Ranked among the top 50 players nationally in the Czech Republic...won regional singles championships in 2009 and 2010...won the ITF Prague Open in doubles in 2007...finished 6th at the Teams Championship in the Czech Republic.
Personal: A business finance major...born August 4, 1990 in Klatovy, Czech Republic...one of three children of Dana Vyskocilova...selected to both the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll and the Tulane 3.0 Club.
Vyskocilova's Career Singles Statistics
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Vyskocilova's Career Doubles Statistics
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