Florida State Women's Tennis - 2009 Year In Review

Florida State Women's Tennis - 2009 Year In Review

Coaching Staff
Jennifer Hyde, Head Coach
Oliver Foreman, Assistant Coach

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2008-09 Women's Tennis


2009 Florida State Signees/Newcomers

Justine Humair, 5-10, Saint Sulpice, Switzerland

Noemie Scharle, 5-9, Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg


2009 Roster - By Name

L
T                                  PY
R Name                  Hgt   Cl   Ltr  Hometown (Prior School)
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* Bonny Davidson        5-4   So   *    Johannesburg, South Africa (Roedean School)
  Justine Humair        5-10  Fr        Saint Sulpice, Switzerland (Online High School)
* Lauren Macfarlane     5-8   Jr   **   Ogden, UT (Weber)
* Katie Rybakova        5-7   So   *    Coral Springs (Broward Virtual)
* Ania Rynarzewska      5-7   Sr   ***  Inowroclaw, Poland (Warsaw School Complex)
* Noemie Scharle        5-9   Fr        Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg (Lycee Francais Vauban)
* Jessica Sucupira      5-8   Jr   **   Whitehouse, TX (Whitehouse)
* Federica Suess        5-8   So   *    Ludwigshafen, Germany (Kurpfalz Gymnasium)

2009 Schedule and Results

DATE
REF
LOC
OPPONENT
SCORE
09/28
Ref
N
FURMAN FALL CLASSIC
September 26-28, 2008, Greenville, SC
 
10/01
Ref
N
ITA ALL-AMERICAN QUALIFYING
September 30-October 1, 2008, Malibu, Ca
 
10/26
Ref
N
ITA SO REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
October 24-27, 2008, Athens, Ga
 
11/02
Ref
H
SEMINOLE INVITATIONAL
October 31-November 2, 2008
 
11/08
Ref
N
NATIONAL INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP
November 6-9, 2008, Charlotesville, Va
 
11/09
Ref
N
MIAMI INVITATIONAL
November 7-9, 2008, Miami, Fl
 
01/18
Ref
N
NORTHWESTERN WILDCAT INVITE
January 16-18, 2009, Evanston, Il
 
01/24
Ref
H
JACKSONVILLE W 4-0
01/31
Ref
N
ARIZONA STATE
ITA Team Indoor Championship, Atlanta, Ga
L 1-4
02/01
Ref
N
TEXAS CHRISTIAN
ITA Team Indoor Championship, Atlanta, Ga
L 2-4
02/08
Ref
H
GEORGIA STATE W 5-2
02/08
Ref
H
UNC-GREENSBORO W 7-0
02/14
Ref
N
FURMAN
Tampa, Fl
W 6-1
02/15
Ref
A
SOUTH FLORIDA W 6-0
02/22
Ref
A
LOUISIANA STATE W 5-2
02/28
Ref
H
FLORIDA W 5-2
03/08
Ref
A
GEORGIA TECH L 2-5
03/11
Ref
A
MIAMI L 0-7
03/15
Ref
H
CLEMSON L 1-5
03/20
Ref
H
DUKE L 1-6
03/22
Ref
H
NORTH CAROLINA W 5-2
03/27
Ref
A
VIRGINIA W 4-3
03/29
Ref
A
VIRGINIA TECH W 5-2
04/03
Ref
H
WAKE FOREST W 6-1
04/05
Ref
H
NORTH CAROLINA STATE W 6-1
04/11
Ref
A
BOSTON COLLEGE W 5-1
04/12
Ref
A
MARYLAND W 7-0
04/16
Ref
N
NORTH CAROLINA STATE
ACC, Cary, NC
W 4-0
04/17
Ref
N
GEORGIA TECH
ACC, Cary, NC
W 4-3
04/18
Ref
N
MIAMI
ACC, Cary, NC
L 0-4
05/09
Ref
N
AUBURN
NCAA, Gainesville, Fl
W 4-0
05/10
Ref
A
FLORIDA
NCAA
L 2-4
05/25
Ref
N
NCAA INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
May 20-25, 2009, College Station, Tx
 
EOY Stats Ref

                Overall   Home    Away   Neutral
------------------------------------------------
FSU RECORD IS   17- 8     7- 2     6- 3     4- 3


2009 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE RESULTS
 1t DUKE                 10- 1    29- 3 
 1t MIAMI                10- 1    26- 5 
 3t CLEMSON               9- 2    19- 8 
 3t GEORGIA TECH          9- 2    18- 8 
 5  FLORIDA STATE         7- 4    17- 8 
 6  NORTH CAROLINA        6- 5    19-11 
 7  VIRGINIA              5- 6    14-10 
 8t VIRGINIA TECH         3- 8    13-11 
 8t WAKE FOREST           3- 8    13-13 
10  BOSTON COLLEGE        2- 9     7-14 
11t MARYLAND              1-10     4-18 
11t NORTH CAROLINA STATE  1-10     4-18 

2009 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT, Cary, NC
   Date                    Score                                    Comments
==========  ==================================================  ==================================
04/16/2009  WAKE FOREST 4, VIRGINIA TECH 1                      Round 1
04/16/2009  FLORIDA STATE 4, NORTH CAROLINA STATE 0             Round 1
04/16/2009  VIRGINIA 4, BOSTON COLLEGE 1                        Round 1
04/16/2009  NORTH CAROLINA 4, MARYLAND 0                        Round 1
04/17/2009  MIAMI 4, WAKE FOREST 0                              Round 2
04/17/2009  FLORIDA STATE 4, GEORGIA TECH 3                     Round 2
04/17/2009  DUKE 4, VIRGINIA 0                                  Round 2
04/17/2009  NORTH CAROLINA 4, CLEMSON 2                         Round 2
04/18/2009  MIAMI 4, FLORIDA STATE 0                            Round 3
04/18/2009  DUKE 4, NORTH CAROLINA 2                            Round 3
04/19/2009  DUKE 4, MIAMI 3                                     Round 4

                                                                                                                                                                                                   
ACC Championship, Cary, NC                                                                                                                                                                              
4/16/2009 - Wake Forest 4, Virginia Tech 1                                                                                                                                                              
            Florida State 4, North Carolina State 0                                                                                                                                                     
            Virginia 4, Boston College 1                                                                                                                                                                
            North Carolina 4, Maryland 0                                                                                                                                                                
4/17/2009 - Miami 4, Wake Forest 0                                                                                                                                                                      
            Florida State 4, Georgia Tech 3                                                                                                                                                             
            Duke 4, Virginia 0                                                                                                                                                                          
            North Carolina 4, Clemson 2                                                                                                                                                                 
4/18/2009 - Miami 4, Florida State 0                                                                                                                                                                    
            Duke 4, North Carolina 2                                                                                                                                                                    
4/19/2009 - Duke 4, Miami 3                                                                                                                                                                             

Individual Results        Highest   vs          3    Fall/Spring
Name                        Rank   Rank  ACC   Sets  Tournaments   1     2     3     4     5     6    NCAA Total
------------------------- ------- ----- ----- -----  ----------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
Bonny Davidson                           1-0   2-1        6-4                             1-0   2-0         9-4
Justine Humair                                            2-0                                               2-0
Lauren Macfarlane             53   3-8   6-5   3-8        7-10          3-1  13-7                          23-18
Katie Rybakova                23  18-16  5-6  11-6       14-5    11-10  1-2                           0-1  26-18
Ania Rynarzewska                   0-3   6-4   4-1        3-3                       2-2  10-4   1-0        16-9
Noemie Scharle                30   9-7   8-3   5-2        3-0     0-3  12-3   1-0                     1-1  17-7
Jessica Sucupira                   0-1   9-2   7-4        8-5                       2-0   2-1  15-3        27-9
Federica Suess                53   3-3   5-6   3-1       11-2           1-0   2-1  11-7   1-0              26-10
Totals                                                   54-29   11-13 17-6  16-8  15-9  14-5  18-3   1-2 146-75

Doubles Results Highest vs Tie Fall/Spring Name Rank Rank ACC Break Tournaments 1 2 3 NCAA Total --------------------------------------------- ------- ----- ----- ----- ----------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Bonny Davidson/Lauren Macfarlane 3-3 2-0 0-1 3-2 3-3 Bonny Davidson/Katie Rybakova 3-2 6-1 9-3 Bonny Davidson/Ania Rynarzewska 1-2 1-2 Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira 0-2 2-1 0-1 5-3 3-4 8-7 Lauren Macfarlane/Katie Rybakova 40 1-4 1-4 1-4 Lauren Macfarlane/Noemie Scharle 1-2 5-3 5-3 Lauren Macfarlane/Jessica Sucupira 2-3 1-2 1-3 4-8 Lauren Macfarlane/Federica Suess 0-1 4-4 4-4 Katie Rybakova/Noemie Scharle 0-3 1-5 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-0 1-5 Katie Rybakova/Federica Suess 1-3 2-1 3-4 3-4 Ania Rynarzewska/Federica Suess 2-0 0-1 2-1 Noemie Scharle/Federica Suess 1-2 1-2 0-4 1-1 2-7 Jessica Sucupira/Federica Suess 0-3 0-6 0-1 2-1 0-4 0-2 2-7 Totals 21-21 4-16 5-15 15-6 45-58

Bonny Davidson
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2008            T  Keri Robison              NORTHWESTERN         W   7-6(10-8), 3-6, 6-1    1-0
09/27/2008            T  Erica Robertson           VANDERBILT           W   6-1, 6-2               2-0
09/28/2008            T  Zsofia Zubor              ALABAMA                L 6-2, 6-1               2-1
10/24/2008            T  Shelley Godwin            ALABAMA                L 7-5, 6-4               2-2
10/31/2008            T  Meghan Kiser              AIR FORCE            W   6-2, 6-0               3-2
10/31/2008            T  Maria Jose Vallasciani    FL INTERNATIONAL       L 3-6, 6-1, 6-4          3-3
11/02/2008            T  Siobhan Cavan             OREGON               W   6-2, 6-2               4-3
11/07/2008            T  Maria Spenceley           FL INTERNATIONAL     W   6-4, 6-3               5-3
11/08/2008            T  Alessa Waibel             MIAMI                W   6-1, 6-3               6-3
11/09/2008            T  Christy Core              CENTRAL FLORIDA        L 6-4, 6-4               6-4
01/31/2009            6  Ashlee Brown              ARIZONA STATE        dnf dnf                    6-4   0-0
02/08/2009            5  Courtney Aikel            UNC-GREENSBORO       W   6-0, 6-1               7-4   1-0
02/15/2009            6  Alynn Mueller             SOUTH FLORIDA        W   7-5, 6-3               8-4   2-0
04/03/2009            6  Ryann Cutillo             WAKE FOREST          W   6-4, 4-6, 10-6         9-4   3-0   1-0

Justine Humair
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2008            T  Brooke Mosteller          FURMAN               W   6-2, 6-4               1-0
09/28/2008            T  Linzee Mabrey             NORTH CAROLINA       W   6-4, 7-6(1)            2-0

Lauren Macfarlane
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2008   53   56  T  Keilly Ulery              VANDERBILT           W   1-6, 7-6(5), 6-2       1-0
09/27/2008   53       T  Monica Arguello           FURMAN                 L 7-6(3), 6-2            1-1
09/28/2008   53       T  Josipa Bek                CLEMSON                L 6-1, 6-3               1-2
09/30/2008   53   48  T  Lindsay Burdette          STANFORD               L 7-6(6), 2-6, 6-0       1-3
10/01/2008   53       T  Austin Smith              NORTH CAROLINA         L 2-6, 6-2, 6-0          1-4
10/24/2008   53       T  Jenny Frisell             CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   6-1, 7-5               2-4
10/24/2008   53       T  Tiffany Welcher           ALABAMA              W   6-3, 7-6(6)            3-4
10/25/2008   53  107  T  Noelle Hickey             GEORGIA TECH           L 7-5, 6-2               3-5
10/31/2008   53       T  Carmen Seremeta           OREGON                 L 6-4, 6-2               3-6
10/31/2008   53       T  Jessica Zok               SOUTH FLORIDA          L 2-6, 6-2, 6-2          3-7
11/02/2008   53       T  Katrina Eromin            AIR FORCE            W   6-2, 6-0               4-7
11/07/2008   53   79  T  Liset Brito               FL INTERNATIONAL     W   6-2, 6-2               5-7
11/08/2008   53  109  T  Bianca Eichkorn           MIAMI                  L 2-6, 7-6, 6-4          5-8
11/09/2008   53       T  Andrea Yacaman            CENTRAL FLORIDA        L 6-4, 6-3               5-9
01/16/2009            T  Courtney McLane           ALABAMA                L 6-4, 3-6, 6-4          5-10
01/17/2009            T  Selma Salkovic            DEPAUL               W   6-4, 6-4               6-10
01/17/2009            T  Elena Chernyakova         NORTHWESTERN         W   7-6, 6-0               7-10
01/24/2009            2  Elvira Yusupova           JACKSONVILLE         W   6-3, 6-4               8-10  1-0
01/31/2009            2  Nadia Abdala              ARIZONA STATE        W   7-5, 6-4               9-10  2-0
02/01/2009            3  Katariina Tuohimaa        TEXAS CHRISTIAN        L 6-4, 6-4               9-11  2-1
02/08/2009            3  Dariana Kozmina           GEORGIA STATE        W   7-5, 6-2              10-11  3-1
02/08/2009            2  Arielle VonStrolley       UNC-GREENSBORO       W   6-1, 6-2              11-11  4-1
02/14/2009            3  Jessica Preeg             FURMAN               W   6-3, 6-2              12-11  5-1
02/15/2009            3  Iciri Rai                 SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-3, 6-2              13-11  6-1
02/22/2009            3  Nicole Kantor             LOUISIANA STATE      W   6-4, 6-4              14-11  7-1
02/28/2009            3  Joanna Mather             FLORIDA              W   2-6, 7-5, 6-1         15-11  8-1
03/08/2009        18  3  Amanda McDowell           GEORGIA TECH           L 6-3, 6-3              15-12  8-2   0-1
03/11/2009        40  3  Bianca Eichkorn           MIAMI                  L 1-6, 6-3, 11-9        15-13  8-3   0-2
03/15/2009         4  2  Josipa Bek                CLEMSON                L 7-5, 6-3              15-14  8-4   0-3
03/20/2009        30  3  Reka Zsilinska            DUKE                   L 6-4, 6-1              15-15  8-5   0-4
03/22/2009            3  Austin Smith              NORTH CAROLINA       W   6-4, 6-4              16-15  9-5   1-4
03/27/2009            3  Lindsey Hardenbergh       VIRGINIA             W   7-6(4), 7-6(4)        17-15 10-5   2-4
03/29/2009            3  Martha Blakely            VIRGINIA TECH        W   5-7, 6-4, 7-6         18-15 11-5   3-4
04/03/2009            3  Emilee Malvechy           WAKE FOREST          W   6-3, 6-1              19-15 12-5   4-4
04/05/2009            3  Daria Petorvic            NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-1, 6-3              20-15 13-5   5-4
04/11/2009            3  Lauren Cash               BOSTON COLLEGE         L 6-2, 2-6, 6-7         20-16 13-6   5-5
04/12/2009            3  Karin Lundmark            MARYLAND             W   6-4, 6-2              21-16 14-6   6-5
04/16/2009            3  Daria Petorvic            NORTH CAROLINA STATE dnf 7-5, 4-3, dnf         21-16 14-6
04/17/2009        57  3  Noelle Hickey             GEORGIA TECH         W   6-2, 6-1              22-16 15-6
04/18/2009        30  3  Bianca Eichkorn           MIAMI                  L 6-0, 6-3              22-17 15-7
05/09/2009            3  Myrthe Molenveld          AUBURN               W   6-2, 6-3              23-17 16-7
05/10/2009            3  Joanna Mather             FLORIDA                L 2-6, 6-4, 6-3         23-18 16-8

Katie Rybakova
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2008   24   72  T  Laura Gioia               FURMAN                 L 6-1, 6-1               0-1
09/27/2008   24       T  Rosalia Alda              TENNESSEE            W   6-4, 7-6(5)            1-1
09/28/2008   24   23  T  Katrina Tsang             NORTH CAROLINA       W   7-5, 6-0               2-1
09/30/2008   24   62  T  Jenni Heinser             SAN FRANCISCO        W   6-3, 4-6, 6-3          3-1
09/30/2008   24   56  T  Courtney Ulery            VANDERBILT           W   6-1, 7-6(3)            4-1
10/01/2008   24       T  Irina Falconi             GEORGIA TECH           L 7-5, 6-1               4-2
10/24/2008   24       T  Lynn Blau                 GEORGIA TECH         W   6-0, 6-2               5-2
10/24/2008   24       T  Paulina Bigos             ALABAMA              W   7-6(1), 6-2            6-2
10/25/2008   24   81  T  Monica Dancevic           GEORGIA              W   6-3, 6-2               7-2
10/25/2008   24   57  T  Christy Striplin          GEORGIA TECH         W   7-6(4), 6-4            8-2
10/26/2008   24       T  Chelsey Gullickson        GEORGIA                L 6-1, 2-6, 6-3          8-3
10/31/2008   24       T  Katrina Eromin            AIR FORCE            W   6-1, 6-2               9-3
10/31/2008   24   79  T  Liset Brito               FL INTERNATIONAL     W   6-3, 6-4              10-3
11/02/2008   24   58  T  Mallory Voelker           DENVER               W   6-4, 6-2              11-3
11/06/2008   24   21  T  Katrina Zheltova          SACRAMENTO STATE       L 6-2, 6-4              11-4
11/07/2008   24   12  T  Melanie Gloria            FRESNO STATE           L 6-2, 6-0              11-5
01/16/2009   35   72  T  Tiffany Welcher           ALABAMA              W   6-4, 4-6, 6-3         12-5
01/17/2009   35  109  T  Dunja Antunovic           DEPAUL               W   6-7, 6-4, 6-0         13-5
01/17/2009   35   24  T  Samantha Murray           NORTHWESTERN         W   6-1, 5-7, 6-4         14-5
01/24/2009   35       1  Tatiana Soldatova         JACKSONVILLE         W   6-3, 6-4              15-5   1-0
01/31/2009   35    3  1  Kelcy McKenna             ARIZONA STATE          L 6-3, 6-1              15-6   1-1
02/01/2009   35   12  1  Nina Munch-Soegaard       TEXAS CHRISTIAN        L 7-5, 6-1              15-7   1-2
02/08/2009   35   24  1  Diana Nakovic             GEORGIA STATE          L 7-5, 6-0              15-8   1-3
02/08/2009   35   40  1  Alejandra Guerra          UNC-GREENSBORO       W   6-3, 10-8             16-8   2-3
02/14/2009   35   37  2  Monica Arguello           FURMAN               W   6-2, 6-7, (11-9)      17-8   3-3
02/15/2009   35  121  1  Jessica Zok               SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-1, 6-4              18-8   4-3
02/22/2009   23  112  1  Megan Falcon              LOUISIANA STATE        L 6-2, 2-6, 6-3         18-9   4-4
02/28/2009   23    7  1  Marrit Boonstra           FLORIDA                L 6-4, 6-2              18-10  4-5
03/08/2009   41   53  2  Nicole Hickey             GEORGIA TECH           L 2-6, 7-6, 6-4         18-11  4-6   0-1
03/11/2009   41   39  2  Laura Vallverdu           MIAMI                  L 6-2, 6-2              18-12  4-7   0-2
03/15/2009   41    1  1  Ani Mijacika              CLEMSON                L 6-0, 6-1              18-13  4-8   0-3
03/20/2009   56   32  1  Mallory Cecil             DUKE                   L 6-7(6), 7-6(6), 6-3   18-14  4-9   0-4
03/22/2009   56   93  1  Katrina Tsang             NORTH CAROLINA         L 6-4, 6-1              18-15  4-10  0-5
03/27/2009   56   81  1  Emily Fraser              VIRGINIA               L 2-6, 6-1, 6-3         18-16  4-11  0-6
03/29/2009   56       1  Inga Beermann             VIRGINIA TECH        W   6-3, 1-6, 6-1         19-16  5-11  1-6
04/03/2009   65   55  1  Sasha Kulikova            WAKE FOREST          W   6-4, 6-4              20-16  6-11  2-6
04/05/2009   65  104  1  Lenka Hojckova            NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   3-6, 6-2, 6-4         21-16  7-11  3-6
04/11/2009   65       1  Lana Kransnopolsky        BOSTON COLLEGE       W   6-1, 4-6, 6-2         22-16  8-11  4-6
04/12/2009   65       1  Eleanor Peters            MARYLAND             W   2-6, 6-2, 6-2         23-16  9-11  5-6
04/16/2009   58   94  1  Lenka Hojkova             NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   2-6, 6-1, 6-0         24-16 10-11
04/17/2009   58   21  1  Amanda McDowell           GEORGIA TECH         W   4-6, 6-4, 6-3         25-16 11-11
04/18/2009   58    4  1  Julia Cohen               MIAMI                dnf 1-6, 6-3, dnf         25-16 11-11
05/09/2009   50    5  1  Fani Chifchieva           AUBURN               W   6-2, 6-4              26-16 12-11
05/10/2009   50    8  1  Marrit Boonstra           FLORIDA                L 1-6, 6-2, 6-1         26-17 12-12
05/20/2009   50   38  N  Kristy Frilling           NOTRE DAME             L 6-1, 6-2              26-18

Ania Rynarzewska
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/27/2008            T  Maria Sorbello            TENNESSEE            W   6-1, 6-4               1-0
09/27/2008            T  Jackie Wu                 VANDERBILT             L 6-1, 6-2               1-1
09/28/2008            T  Miki Jocic                SOUTH CAROLINA       W   5-7, 6-4, 6-2          2-1
01/16/2009            T  Taylor Lindsey            ALABAMA                L 6-2, 7-6               2-2
01/17/2009            T  Cali Gustafson            DEPAUL               W   6-1, 6-1               3-2
01/17/2009            T  Stacey Lee                NORTHWESTERN           L 6-1, 6-2               3-3
01/31/2009            4  Laila Abdala              ARIZONA STATE        dnf dnf                    3-3   0-0
02/01/2009            5  Kayla Duncan              TEXAS CHRISTIAN      dnf dnf                    3-3   0-0
02/08/2009            5  Martina Ondrackova        GEORGIA STATE        W   6-3, 6-3               4-3   1-0
02/08/2009            6  Lucy Dougherty            UNC-GREENSBORO       W   7-6(1), 6-0            5-3   2-0
02/14/2009            5  Lauren Tomory             FURMAN               W   1-6, 6-2, (10-4)       6-3   3-0
02/15/2009            4  Natalia Guevara           SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-3, 6-4               7-3   4-0
02/22/2009            5  Nicole Smith              LOUISIANA STATE      W   6-1, 6-3               8-3   5-0
02/28/2009            5  Barbara Pinterova         FLORIDA              W   6-4, 7-5               9-3   6-0
03/08/2009            5  Lynn Blau                 GEORGIA TECH           L 6-7, 6-3, 6-3          9-4   6-1   0-1
03/11/2009            5  Gabriela Mejia            MIAMI                  L 6-2, 7-5               9-5   6-2   0-2
03/15/2009       101  5  Keri Wong                 CLEMSON                L 6-0, 6-2               9-6   6-3   0-3
03/20/2009            5  Melissa Mang              DUKE                   L 6-4, 7-5               9-7   6-4   0-4
03/22/2009            5  Laura Reichert            NORTH CAROLINA       W   6-3, 6-3              10-7   7-4   1-4
03/27/2009            5  Claire Bartlett           VIRGINIA             W   0-6, 6-4, 6-2         11-7   8-4   2-4
03/29/2009            5  Courtney Rauscher         VIRGINIA TECH        W   6-1, 2-6, 6-3         12-7   9-4   3-4
04/05/2009            5  Pender Sessons            NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-1, 6-1              13-7  10-4   4-4
04/11/2009            5  Katherine Attwell         BOSTON COLLEGE       W   7-5, 6-2              14-7  11-4   5-4
04/12/2009            5  Jordan Hansbrough         MARYLAND             W   6-3, 6-3              15-7  12-4   6-4
04/16/2009            4  Neils Barringer           NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-4, 6-2              16-7  13-4
04/17/2009        43  4  Christy Striplin          GEORGIA TECH           L 6-1, 6-1              16-8  13-5
04/18/2009        50  4  Michaela Kissell          MIAMI                  L 6-3, 6-2              16-9  13-6
05/09/2009            5  Daniela Vukadinovic       AUBURN               dnf 6-4, 5-3              16-9  13-6
05/10/2009            5  Barbara Pinterova         FLORIDA              dnf 2-6, 7-6(3) dnf       16-9  13-6

Noemie Scharle
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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01/16/2009            T  Paulina Bigos             ALABAMA              W   6-4, 6-0               1-0
01/17/2009            T  Anna Redecsi              DEPAUL               W   6-3, 6-1               2-0
01/17/2009        28  T  Georgia Rose              NORTHWESTERN         W   6-1, 6-3               3-0
02/01/2009        49  2  Macall Harkins            TEXAS CHRISTIAN      W   6-4, 6-4               4-0   1-0
02/08/2009            2  Mattina Nitkova           GEORGIA STATE        W   6-1, 7-5               5-0   2-0
02/14/2009         9  1  Laura Gioia               FURMAN                 L 6-2, 6-2               5-1   2-1
02/22/2009   48       2  Mykala Hedberg            LOUISIANA STATE      W   6-3, 6-2               6-1   3-1
02/28/2009   48   45  2  Anastasia Revzina         FLORIDA              W   6-2, 6-2               7-1   4-1
03/08/2009   38    5  1  Irina Falconi             GEORGIA TECH           L 6-1, 6-4               7-2   4-2   0-1
03/11/2009   38   13  1  Julia Cohen               MIAMI                  L 6-3, 6-1               7-3   4-3   0-2
03/15/2009   38   76  3  Estefania Balda           CLEMSON              W   4-6, 6-4, 6-3          8-3   5-3   1-2
03/20/2009   44   23  2  Ellah Nze                 DUKE                   L 7-6(4), 6-4            8-4   5-4   1-3
03/22/2009   44   53  2  Sanaz Marand              NORTH CAROLINA       W   1-6, 6-3, 6-4          9-4   6-4   2-3
03/27/2009   44   78  2  Jennifer Stevens          VIRGINIA             W   6-1, 6-2              10-4   7-4   3-3
03/29/2009   44       2  Jessica Brouwer           VIRGINIA TECH        W   6-4, 6-3              11-4   8-4   4-3
04/03/2009   30       2  Sierra Poske              WAKE FOREST          W   6-1, 2-6, 6-1         12-4   9-4   5-3
04/05/2009   30  113  2  Berkeley Brock            NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-4, 6-2              13-4  10-4   6-3
04/11/2009   30       2  Katarina Gajic            BOSTON COLLEGE       W   6-1, 6-1              14-4  11-4   7-3
04/12/2009   30       2  Michal Amir               MARYLAND             W   6-0, 6-2              15-4  12-4   8-3
04/16/2009   42       2  Berkeley Brock            NORTH CAROLINA STATE dnf 7-5, 1-0, dnf         15-4  12-4
04/17/2009   42   12  2  Irina Falconi             GEORGIA TECH           L 6-4, 2-6, 4-6         15-5  12-5
04/18/2009   42   25  2  Laura Vallverdu           MIAMI                  L 6-3, 6-4              15-6  12-6
05/09/2009   35   28  2  Alex Haney                AUBURN               dnf 6-3, 4-6, 3-2 dnf     15-6  12-6
05/10/2009   35   40  2  Anastasia Revzina         FLORIDA              W   2-6, 6-1, 6-1         16-6  13-6
05/20/2009   35   60  N  Jenni Heinser             SAN FRANCISCO        W   6-4, 4-6, 6-2         17-6
05/21/2009   35    1  N  Maria Mosolova            NORTHWESTERN           L 3-6, 6-4, 7-5         17-7

Jessica Sucupira
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/27/2008            T  Meg Fanjoy                NORTH CAROLINA       W   1-6, 6-3, 6-2          1-0
09/27/2008            T  Chelsea Preeg             VANDERBILT             L 6-0, 5-7, 6-4          1-1
09/28/2008            T  Susan Bitetti             FURMAN               W   6-1, 6-4               2-1
10/24/2008        49  T  Michaela Kissel           MIAMI                  L 6-0, 6-1               2-2
10/31/2008            T  Allyn Mueller             SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-4, 6-7(5), 6-1       3-2
10/31/2008            T  Tahlia Smoke              AIR FORCE            W   6-2, 6-2               4-2
11/02/2008            T  Julia Bauregger           DENVER                 L 6-2, 6-1               4-3
11/07/2008            T  Maria Dolores Pazo        FL INTERNATIONAL     W   6-1, 6-0               5-3
11/08/2008            T  Claudia Wasilewski        MIAMI                W   7-5, 5-7, 6-3          6-3
11/09/2008            T  Alexis Rodriguez          CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   5-7, 6-0, 6-1          7-3
01/16/2009            T  Shelley Godwin            ALABAMA              W   6-2, 4-6, 6-1          8-3
01/17/2009            T  Gia McKnight              DEPAUL                 L 6-1, 6-3               8-4
01/17/2009            T  Keri Robison              NORTHWESTERN           L 7-5, 6-2               8-5
01/24/2009            4  Juliana Umeki             JACKSONVILLE         W   6-2, 6-2               9-5   1-0
01/31/2009            5  Sianna Simmons            ARIZONA STATE          L 7-5, 7-6(8)            9-6   1-1
02/01/2009            6  Gaby Mastromarino         TEXAS CHRISTIAN        L 6-2, 4-6, 6-4          9-7   1-2
02/08/2009            6  Linda Hricistova          GEORGIA STATE        W   6-2, 6-4              10-7   2-2
02/08/2009            4  Britney Cloer             UNC-GREENSBORO       W   6-0, 6-0              11-7   3-2
02/14/2009            6  Jennifer Betts            FURMAN               W   6-0, 6-2              12-7   4-2
02/15/2009            5  Lauren Shumate            SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-3, 3-0 (ret)        13-7   5-2
02/22/2009            6  Staten Spencer            LOUISIANA STATE      W   5-7, 6-3, 6-0         14-7   6-2
02/28/2009            6  Lauren Wolken             FLORIDA              W   6-2, 6-0              15-7   7-2
03/08/2009            6  Viet Ha Ngo               GEORGIA TECH         W   6-1, 6-4              16-7   8-2   1-0
03/11/2009            6  Claudia Wasilewski        MIAMI                  L 6-2, 1-6, 10-6        16-8   8-3   1-1
03/15/2009            6  Laurianna Henry           CLEMSON                L 3-6, 7-6(6), 7-5      16-9   8-4   1-2
03/20/2009            6  Jessi Robinson            DUKE                 W   6-4, 6-2              17-9   9-4   2-2
03/22/2009            6  Jocelyn Friends           NORTH CAROLINA       W   6-3, 6-1              18-9  10-4   3-2
03/27/2009            6  Neela Vaez                VIRGINIA             W   6-4, 6-3              19-9  11-4   4-2
03/29/2009            6  Holly Johnson             VIRGINIA TECH        W   6-1, 3-6, 6-2         20-9  12-4   5-2
04/03/2009            5  Katarina Reveche          WAKE FOREST          W   6-3, 6-0              21-9  13-4   6-2
04/05/2009            6  Jackie Ussery             NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-1, 6-2              22-9  14-4   7-2
04/11/2009            6  Brittany Delaney          BOSTON COLLEGE       W   6-4, 6-4              23-9  15-4   8-2
04/12/2009            6  Oksana Krutiyenko         MARYLAND             W                         24-9  16-4   9-2
04/16/2009            6  Pender Sessoms            NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   6-0, 6-0              25-9  17-4
04/17/2009            6  Lynn Blau                 GEORGIA TECH         W   6-1, 7-6(7-1)         26-9  18-4
04/18/2009            6  Claudia Wasilewski        MIAMI                dnf 6-2, 2-1, dnf         26-9  18-4
05/09/2009            6  Jil Hastenrath            AUBURN               dnf 6-4, 3-1 dnf          26-9  18-4
05/10/2009            6  Lauren Wolken             FLORIDA              W   6-0, 6-0              27-9  19-4

Federica Suess
Singles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Opponent                  School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/27/2008  113   30  T  Samantha Murray           NORTHWESTERN         W   7-6, 6-2               1-0
09/27/2008  113       T  Jelena Rajic              SOUTH CAROLINA       W   6-0, 6-4               2-0
09/28/2008  113       T  Alex Luc                  CLEMSON              W   6-3, 6-1               3-0
10/24/2008  113       T  Martina Nitkova           GEORGIA STATE          L 6-2, 6-3               3-1
10/31/2008  113       T  Christen Monreal          AIR FORCE            W   6-2, 6-4               4-1
10/31/2008  113       T  Ute Schnoy                DENVER               W   6-2, 6-4               5-1
11/02/2008  113       T  Lauren Shumate            SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-4, 3-1 (ret)         6-1
11/07/2008  113       T  Priscilla Castillo        FL INTERNATIONAL     W   6-1, 2-6, 6-4          7-1
11/08/2008  113       T  Gabriela Mejia            MIAMI                W   6-3, 6-4               8-1
11/09/2008  113       T  Elvira Serrot             CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   6-3, 7-6               9-1
01/16/2009   53       T  Meritt Emery              ALABAMA              W   6-3, 6-0              10-1
01/17/2009   53       T  Sandra Zmak               DEPAUL               W   7-5, 6-4              11-1
01/17/2009   53       T  Nazlie Ghazal             NORTHWESTERN           L 6-1, 7-5              11-2
01/24/2009   53       3  Iva Jaresova              JACKSONVILLE         W   6-0, 6-1              12-2   1-0
01/31/2009   53       3  Michela Hein              ARIZONA STATE          L 6-4, 6-3              12-3   1-1
02/01/2009   53       4  Anna Sydorska             TEXAS CHRISTIAN      W   6-2, 6-3              13-3   2-1
02/08/2009   53       4  Katarina Gresova          GEORGIA STATE        W   6-4, 9-7              14-3   3-1
02/08/2009   53       3  Valerie Behr              UNC-GREENSBORO       W   6-1, 6-0              15-3   4-1
02/14/2009   53       4  Susan Bitteti             FURMAN               W   6-1, 6-2              16-3   5-1
02/15/2009   53       2  Jessica Sweeting          SOUTH FLORIDA        W   6-3, 6-2              17-3   6-1
02/22/2009   81       4  Hannah Robinson           LOUISIANA STATE      W   6-3, 7-6              18-3   7-1
02/28/2009   81  100  4  Jessica Alexander         FLORIDA              W   6-2, 6-2              19-3   8-1
03/08/2009   93   44  4  Christy Striplin          GEORGIA TECH         W   4-6, 6-0, 6-4         20-3   9-1   1-0
03/11/2009   93   63  4  Michaela Kissell          MIAMI                  L 6-3, 6-1              20-4   9-2   1-1
03/15/2009   93  117  4  Ina Hadziselmovic         CLEMSON                L 6-1, 6-3              20-5   9-3   1-2
03/20/2009   76   73  4  Amanda Granson            DUKE                   L 6-1, 6-3              20-6   9-4   1-3
03/22/2009   76       4  Jelena Durisic            NORTH CAROLINA       W   6-2, 6-3              21-6  10-4   2-3
03/27/2009   76       4  Amanda Rales              VIRGINIA               L 6-2, 6-2              21-7  10-5   2-4
03/29/2009   76       4  Yasmin Hamza              VIRGINIA TECH          L 3-6, 6-3, 6-3         21-8  10-6   2-5
04/03/2009   98       4  Christian Tara            WAKE FOREST          W   7-5, 6-4              22-8  11-6   3-5
04/05/2009   98       4  Neils Barringer           NORTH CAROLINA STATE   L 6-4, 6-4              22-9  11-7   3-6
04/11/2009   98       4  Alina Sullivan            BOSTON COLLEGE       W   6-4, 6-4              23-9  12-7   4-6
04/12/2009   98       4  Lisa Miller               MARYLAND             W   7-6(4), 6-3           24-9  13-7   5-6
04/16/2009  103       5  Diana Mortlock            NORTH CAROLINA STATE dnf 7-6(3), 1-2, dnf      24-9  13-7
04/17/2009  103       5  Sasha Krupina             GEORGIA TECH         W   4-6, 7-5, 6-3         25-9  14-7
04/18/2009  103       5  Gabriela Mejia            MIAMI                dnf 2-6, 1-4, dnf         25-9  14-7
05/09/2009  106       4  Whitney Chappell          AUBURN               W   6-4, 6-2              26-9  15-7
05/10/2009  106       4  Jessica Alexander         FLORIDA                L 6-2, 6-2              26-10 15-8


Bonny Davidson
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/26/2008            T  Ania Rynarzewska          Ina Hadziselimovic/Alexandra Luc         CLEMSON                L 8-3                    0-1
09/26/2008            T  Ania Rynarzewska          Jocelyn Ffriend/Linzee Mabrey            NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-5                    0-2
09/26/2008            T  Ania Rynarzewska          Jennifer Betts/Brooke Mosteller          FURMAN               W   8-2                    1-2
10/24/2008            T  Jessica Sucupira          Elna de Villiers/Radka Ferencova         MISSISSIPPI STATE    W   8-3                    2-2
10/24/2008            T  Jessica Sucupira          Kristi Boxx/Karen Nijssen                MISSISSIPPI            L 8-0                    2-3
10/31/2008            T  Jessica Sucupira          Siobhan Cavan/Carmen Serementa           OREGON               W   8-1                    3-3
11/01/2008            T  Jessica Sucupira          Maria Pazo/Alvona Tsutskova              FL INTERNATIONAL     W   8-6                    4-3
11/01/2008            T  Jessica Sucupira          Annette Aksdal/Bhavani Tirumurti         DENVER               W   8-4                    5-3
11/07/2008            T  Jessica Sucupira          Christy Core/Alexis Rodriguez            CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   8-4                    6-3
11/08/2008            T  Jessica Sucupira          Alyona Tsutskova/Maria Dolores Pazo      FL INTERNATIONAL       L 8-4                    6-4
11/09/2008            T  Jessica Sucupira          Michaela Kissell/Gabriela Mejia          MIAMI                  L 1-0, ret.              6-5
01/16/2009            T  Katie Rybakova            Nazlie Ghazal/Stacey Lee                 NORTHWESTERN           L 8-1                    6-6
01/16/2009            T  Katie Rybakova            Cali Gustafson/Katarina Milinkovic       DEPAUL               W   8-1                    7-6
01/17/2009            T  Katie Rybakova            Meritt Emery/Alice Tunaru                ALABAMA              W   8-2                    8-6
01/18/2009            T  Katie Rybakova            Stacey Lee/Georgia Rose                  NORTHWESTERN           L 8-3                    8-7
01/18/2009            T  Katie Rybakova            Cali Gustafson/Anna Redecsi              DEPAUL               W   8-6                    9-7
01/31/2009            3  Katie Rybakova            Ashlee Brown/Sianna Simmons              ARIZONA STATE        W   8-3                   10-7   1-0
02/01/2009            3  Katie Rybakova            Katariina Tuohimaa/Kayla Duncan          TEXAS CHRISTIAN      W   8-4                   11-7   2-0
02/08/2009            3  Katie Rybakova            Linda Hricistova/Diana Nakovic           GEORGIA STATE        W   8-5                   12-7   3-0
02/08/2009            3  Katie Rybakova            Britney Cloer/Jessica Eblen              UNC-GREENSBORO       W   8-0                   13-7   4-0
02/14/2009            3  Katie Rybakova            Susan Bitetti/Jessica Preeg              FURMAN               W   8-1                   14-7   5-0
02/22/2009            3  Katie Rybakova            Hannah Robinson/Nicole Smith             LOUISIANA STATE      W   8-4                   15-7   6-0
02/28/2009            3  Katie Rybakova            Barabara Pinterova/Lauren Wolken         FLORIDA                L 8-5                   15-8   6-1
03/08/2009            3  Lauren Macfarlane         Lynn Blau/Amanda McDowell                GEORGIA TECH           L 9-7                   15-9   6-2   0-1
03/11/2009            3  Lauren Macfarlane         Gabriela Mejia/Claudia Wasilewski        MIAMI                W   8-3                   16-9   7-2   1-1
03/20/2009            3  Lauren Macfarlane         Ellah Nze/Reka Zsilinska                 DUKE                 W   8-7(5)                17-9   8-2   2-1
03/22/2009            2  Lauren Macfarlane         Meg Fanjoy/Laura Reichert                NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-5                   17-10  8-3   2-2
03/27/2009            3  Lauren Macfarlane         Claire Bartlett/Maggie Yahner            VIRGINIA             W   9-8(4)                18-10  9-3   3-2
03/29/2009            3  Lauren Macfarlane         Yasmin Hamza/Abbey Walker                VIRGINIA TECH          L 8-5                   18-11  9-4   3-3
04/03/2009            2  Jessica Sucupira          Aileen Davis/Emilee Malveny              WAKE FOREST            L 8-5                   18-12  9-5   3-4
04/05/2009            2  Jessica Sucupira          Neils Barringer/Daria Petrovic           NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-0                   19-12 10-5   4-4
04/12/2009            2  Jessica Sucupira          Julia Huschke/Karin Lundmark             MARYLAND             W   8-5                   20-12 11-5   5-4
04/16/2009            2  Jessica Sucupira          Berkeley Brock/Daria Mortlock            NORTH CAROLINA STATE   L 8-3                   20-13 11-6
04/17/2009            2  Jessica Sucupira          Irina Falconi/Sasha Krupina              GEORGIA TECH         dnf 4-5, dnf              20-13 11-6
04/18/2009        52  2  Jessica Sucupira          Julia Cohen/Bianca Eichkorn              MIAMI                  L 9-8(7-3)              20-14 11-7
05/09/2009            2  Jessica Sucupira          Myrthe Molenveld/Daniela Vukadinovic     AUBURN               W   8-2                   21-14 12-7
05/10/2009        50  2  Jessica Sucupira          Jessica Alexander/Anastasia Revina       FLORIDA                L 8-4                   21-15 12-8

Justine Humair
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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Lauren Macfarlane
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
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09/26/2008   40   35  T  Katie Rybakova            Catherine Newman/Courtney Ulery          VANDERBILT             L 8-3                    0-1
09/26/2008   40   33  T  Katie Rybakova            Marial Sorbello/Caitlin Whoriskey        TENNESSEE            W   8-2                    1-1
09/26/2008   40    7  T  Katie Rybakova            Lauren Liu/Georgia Rose                  NORTHWESTERN           L 8-2                    1-2
09/30/2008   40   12  T  Katie Rybakova            Vanja Corovic/Marija Milic               TEXAS                  L 8-6                    1-3
10/01/2008   40   27  T  Katie Rybakova            Julia Bauregger/Mallory Voelker          DENVER                 L 8-3                    1-4
10/24/2008            T  Federica Suess            Jenny Cape/Evelien Strijker              ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM   W   8-2                    2-4
10/24/2008        23  T  Federica Suess            Chelsey Gullickson/Yvette Hyndman        GEORGIA                L 8-2                    2-5
10/31/2008            T  Federica Suess            Christine Abayan/Tahlia Smoke            AIR FORCE            W   8-2                    3-5
11/01/2008            T  Federica Suess            Stephanie Macfarlane/Pavlina Smatova     OREGON               W   8-3                    4-5
11/01/2008            T  Federica Suess            Liset Brito/Priscilla Castillo           FL INTERNATIONAL       L 8-6                    4-6
11/07/2008            T  Federica Suess            Elvira Serrot/Andrea Yacaman             CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   8-4                    5-6
11/08/2008            T  Federica Suess            Liset Brito/Priscilla Castillo           FL INTERNATIONAL       L 8-2                    5-7
11/09/2008            T  Federica Suess            Bianca Eichkorn/Laura Vallverdu          MIAMI                  L 8-1                    5-8
01/16/2009            T  Jessica Sucupira          Elena Chernyakova/Georgia Rose           NORTHWESTERN           L 8-5                    5-9
01/16/2009            T  Jessica Sucupira          Selma Salkovic/Sandra Zmak               DEPAUL               W   8-4                    6-9
01/17/2009            T  Jessica Sucupira          Taylor Lindsey/Courtney McLane           ALABAMA              W   9-7                    7-9
01/18/2009            T  Jessica Sucupira          Anna Redecsi/Selma Salkovic              DEPAUL                 L 8-4                    7-10
01/18/2009            T  Jessica Sucupira          Elena Chernyakova/Keri Robinson          NORTHWESTERN           L 8-4                    7-11
01/31/2009            1  Jessica Sucupira          Michela Hein/Kelcy McKenna               ARIZONA STATE          L 8-4                    7-12  0-1
02/01/2009            2  Jessica Sucupira          Gaby Mastromarino/Nina Munch-Soegaard    TEXAS CHRISTIAN        L 8-6                    7-13  0-2
02/08/2009            2  Jessica Sucupira          Dariana Kozmina/Kiara Powell             GEORGIA STATE          L 8-2                    7-14  0-3
02/08/2009            2  Jessica Sucupira          Valerie Behr/Lucy Dougherty              UNC-GREENSBORO       W   8-2                    8-14  1-3
02/14/2009            1  Jessica Sucupira          Monica Arguello/Laura Gioia              FURMAN               W   8-6                    9-14  2-3
02/22/2009            2  Jessica Sucupira          Nicole Kantor/Staten Spencer             LOUISIANA STATE        L 8-6                    9-15  2-4
02/28/2009            1  Jessica Sucupira          Jessica Alexander/Anastasia Revzina      FLORIDA                L 8-5                    9-16  2-5
03/08/2009            3  Bonny Davidson            Lynn Blau/Amanda McDowell                GEORGIA TECH           L 9-7                    9-17  2-6   0-1
03/11/2009            3  Bonny Davidson            Gabriela Mejia/Claudia Wasilewski        MIAMI                W   8-3                   10-17  3-6   1-1
03/20/2009            3  Bonny Davidson            Ellah Nze/Reka Zsilinska                 DUKE                 W   8-7(5)                11-17  4-6   2-1
03/22/2009            2  Bonny Davidson            Meg Fanjoy/Laura Reichert                NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-5                   11-18  4-7   2-2
03/27/2009            3  Bonny Davidson            Claire Bartlett/Maggie Yahner            VIRGINIA             W   9-8(4)                12-18  5-7   3-2
03/29/2009            3  Bonny Davidson            Yasmin Hamza/Abbey Walker                VIRGINIA TECH          L 8-5                   12-19  5-8   3-3
04/03/2009            3  Noemie Scharle            Katarina Reveche/Christian Tara          WAKE FOREST            L 8-2                   12-20  5-9   3-4
04/05/2009            3  Noemie Scharle            Pender Session/Jackie Ussery             NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-0                   13-20  6-9   4-4
04/12/2009            3  Noemie Scharle            Jordan Hansbrough/Eleanor Peters         MARYLAND               L 8-5                   13-21  6-10  4-5
04/16/2009            3  Noemie Scharle            Neils Barringer/Pender Sessoms           NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-3                   14-21  7-10
04/17/2009            3  Noemie Scharle            Lynn Blau/Amanda McDowell                GEORGIA TECH           L 8-5                   14-22  7-11
04/18/2009            3  Noemie Scharle            Gabriela Mejia/Claudia Wasilewski        MIAMI                W   8-1                   15-22  8-11
05/09/2009            3  Noemie Scharle            Fani Chifchieva/Taylor Schreimann        AUBURN               W   8-1                   16-22  9-11
05/10/2009            3  Noemie Scharle            Brooke Allen/Lauren Wolken               FLORIDA              W   8-0                   17-22 10-11

Katie Rybakova
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/26/2008   40   35  T  Lauren Macfarlane         Catherine Newman/Courtney Ulery          VANDERBILT             L 8-3                    0-1
09/26/2008   40   33  T  Lauren Macfarlane         Marial Sorbello/Caitlin Whoriskey        TENNESSEE            W   8-2                    1-1
09/26/2008   40    7  T  Lauren Macfarlane         Lauren Liu/Georgia Rose                  NORTHWESTERN           L 8-2                    1-2
09/30/2008   40   12  T  Lauren Macfarlane         Vanja Corovic/Marija Milic               TEXAS                  L 8-6                    1-3
10/01/2008   40   27  T  Lauren Macfarlane         Julia Bauregger/Mallory Voelker          DENVER                 L 8-3                    1-4
01/16/2009            T  Bonny Davidson            Nazlie Ghazal/Stacey Lee                 NORTHWESTERN           L 8-1                    1-5
01/16/2009            T  Bonny Davidson            Cali Gustafson/Katarina Milinkovic       DEPAUL               W   8-1                    2-5
01/17/2009            T  Bonny Davidson            Meritt Emery/Alice Tunaru                ALABAMA              W   8-2                    3-5
01/18/2009            T  Bonny Davidson            Stacey Lee/Georgia Rose                  NORTHWESTERN           L 8-3                    3-6
01/18/2009            T  Bonny Davidson            Cali Gustafson/Anna Redecsi              DEPAUL               W   8-6                    4-6
01/31/2009            3  Bonny Davidson            Ashlee Brown/Sianna Simmons              ARIZONA STATE        W   8-3                    5-6   1-0
02/01/2009            3  Bonny Davidson            Katariina Tuohimaa/Kayla Duncan          TEXAS CHRISTIAN      W   8-4                    6-6   2-0
02/08/2009            3  Bonny Davidson            Linda Hricistova/Diana Nakovic           GEORGIA STATE        W   8-5                    7-6   3-0
02/08/2009            3  Bonny Davidson            Britney Cloer/Jessica Eblen              UNC-GREENSBORO       W   8-0                    8-6   4-0
02/14/2009            3  Bonny Davidson            Susan Bitetti/Jessica Preeg              FURMAN               W   8-1                    9-6   5-0
02/22/2009            3  Bonny Davidson            Hannah Robinson/Nicole Smith             LOUISIANA STATE      W   8-4                   10-6   6-0
02/28/2009            3  Bonny Davidson            Barabara Pinterova/Lauren Wolken         FLORIDA                L 8-5                   10-7   6-1
03/08/2009        16  1  Noemie Scharle            Noelle Hickey/Christy Striplin           GEORGIA TECH           L 8-4                   10-8   6-2   0-1
03/11/2009        32  1  Noemie Scharle            Michaela Kissell/Laura Vallverdu         MIAMI                  L 8-0                   10-9   6-3   0-2
03/20/2009            2  Noemie Scharle            Mallory Cecil/Jessi Robinson             DUKE                   L 8-2                   10-10  6-4   0-3
03/22/2009            3  Noemie Scharle            Jelena Durisic/Sanaz Marand              NORTH CAROLINA       W   8-6                   11-10  7-4   1-3
03/27/2009        64  2  Noemie Scharle            Amanda Rales/Neela Vaez                  VIRGINIA               L 8-5                   11-11  7-5   1-4
03/29/2009            2  Noemie Scharle            Inga Beermann/Martha Blakely             VIRGINIA TECH          L 9-8(3)                11-12  7-6   1-5
04/03/2009            1  Federica Suess            Sasha Kulikova/Sierra Poske              WAKE FOREST            L 8-4                   11-13  7-7   1-6
04/05/2009        41  1  Federica Suess            Berkley Brock/Lenka Hojkova              NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-3                   12-13  8-7   2-6
04/12/2009            1  Federica Suess            Michal Amir/Lisa Miller                  MARYLAND             W   8-3                   13-13  9-7   3-6
04/16/2009            1  Federica Suess            Lenka Hojkova/Daria Petrovick            NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-5                   14-13 10-7
04/17/2009        29  1  Federica Suess            Noelle Hickey/Christy Striplin           GEORGIA TECH           L 8-5                   14-14 10-8
04/18/2009        13  1  Federica Suess            Michaela Kissell/Laura Vallverdu         MIAMI                  L 9-7                   14-15 10-9
05/09/2009        12  1  Federica Suess            Whitney Chappell/Alex Haney              AUBURN               dnf 7-5 dnf               14-15 10-9
05/10/2009        18  1  Federica Suess            Marrit Boonstra/Joanna Mather            FLORIDA                L 8-5                   14-16 10-10

Ania Rynarzewska
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/26/2008            T  Bonny Davidson            Ina Hadziselimovic/Alexandra Luc         CLEMSON                L 8-3                    0-1
09/26/2008            T  Bonny Davidson            Jocelyn Ffriend/Linzee Mabrey            NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-5                    0-2
09/26/2008            T  Bonny Davidson            Jennifer Betts/Brooke Mosteller          FURMAN               W   8-2                    1-2
01/18/2009            T  Federica Suess            Meritt Emery/Shelley Godwin              ALABAMA              W   8-4                    2-2
01/18/2009            T  Federica Suess            Kirsten Gambrel/Katarina Milinkovic      DEPAUL               W   9-7                    3-2
01/31/2009            2  Federica Suess            Laila Abdala/Nadia Abdala                ARIZONA STATE          L 8-1                    3-3   0-1

Noemie Scharle
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
01/16/2009            T  Federica Suess            Samantha Murray/Keri Robison             NORTHWESTERN           L 8-7                    0-1
01/16/2009        36  T  Federica Suess            Dunja Antunovic/Kristen Gambrell         DEPAUL               W   8-6                    1-1
01/17/2009            T  Federica Suess            Paulins Bigos/Tiffany Welcher            ALABAMA                L 9-7                    1-2
02/01/2009        16  1  Federica Suess            Macall Harkins/Anna Sydorska             TEXAS CHRISTIAN        L 8-5                    1-3   0-1
02/08/2009            1  Federica Suess            Katarina Gresova/Martina Nitkova         GEORGIA STATE          L 8-5                    1-4   0-2
02/08/2009            1  Federica Suess            Alejandra Guerra/Arielle VonStrolley     UNC-GREENSBORO         L 8-7                    1-5   0-3
02/14/2009            2  Federica Suess            Jennifer Betts/Lauren Tomory             FURMAN               W   8-2                    2-5   1-3
02/22/2009        15  1  Federica Suess            Megan Falcon/Mykala Hedberg              LOUISIANA STATE        L 8-3                    2-6   1-4
02/28/2009            2  Federica Suess            Marrit Boonstra/Joanna Mather            FLORIDA                L 8-4                    2-7   1-5
03/08/2009        16  1  Katie Rybakova            Noelle Hickey/Christy Striplin           GEORGIA TECH           L 8-4                    2-8   1-6   0-1
03/11/2009        32  1  Katie Rybakova            Michaela Kissell/Laura Vallverdu         MIAMI                  L 8-0                    2-9   1-7   0-2
03/20/2009            2  Katie Rybakova            Mallory Cecil/Jessi Robinson             DUKE                   L 8-2                    2-10  1-8   0-3
03/22/2009            3  Katie Rybakova            Jelena Durisic/Sanaz Marand              NORTH CAROLINA       W   8-6                    3-10  2-8   1-3
03/27/2009        64  2  Katie Rybakova            Amanda Rales/Neela Vaez                  VIRGINIA               L 8-5                    3-11  2-9   1-4
03/29/2009            2  Katie Rybakova            Inga Beermann/Martha Blakely             VIRGINIA TECH          L 9-8(3)                 3-12  2-10  1-5
04/03/2009            3  Lauren Macfarlane         Katarina Reveche/Christian Tara          WAKE FOREST            L 8-2                    3-13  2-11  1-6
04/05/2009            3  Lauren Macfarlane         Pender Session/Jackie Ussery             NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-0                    4-13  3-11  2-6
04/12/2009            3  Lauren Macfarlane         Jordan Hansbrough/Eleanor Peters         MARYLAND               L 8-5                    4-14  3-12  2-7
04/16/2009            3  Lauren Macfarlane         Neils Barringer/Pender Sessoms           NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-3                    5-14  4-12
04/17/2009            3  Lauren Macfarlane         Lynn Blau/Amanda McDowell                GEORGIA TECH           L 8-5                    5-15  4-13
04/18/2009            3  Lauren Macfarlane         Gabriela Mejia/Claudia Wasilewski        MIAMI                W   8-1                    6-15  5-13
05/09/2009            3  Lauren Macfarlane         Fani Chifchieva/Taylor Schreimann        AUBURN               W   8-1                    7-15  6-13
05/10/2009            3  Lauren Macfarlane         Brooke Allen/Lauren Wolken               FLORIDA              W   8-0                    8-15  7-13

Jessica Sucupira
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/26/2008            T  Federica Suess            Rosalia Alda/Jennifer Meredith           TENNESSEE              L 8-4                    0-1
09/26/2008            T  Federica Suess            Jessica Preeg/Lauren Tomory              FURMAN               W   8-2                    1-1
09/26/2008            T  Federica Suess            Chelsea Preeg/Jackie Wu                  VANDERBILT           W   8-6                    2-1
10/24/2008            T  Bonny Davidson            Elna de Villiers/Radka Ferencova         MISSISSIPPI STATE    W   8-3                    3-1
10/24/2008            T  Bonny Davidson            Kristi Boxx/Karen Nijssen                MISSISSIPPI            L 8-0                    3-2
10/31/2008            T  Bonny Davidson            Siobhan Cavan/Carmen Serementa           OREGON               W   8-1                    4-2
11/01/2008            T  Bonny Davidson            Maria Pazo/Alvona Tsutskova              FL INTERNATIONAL     W   8-6                    5-2
11/01/2008            T  Bonny Davidson            Annette Aksdal/Bhavani Tirumurti         DENVER               W   8-4                    6-2
11/07/2008            T  Bonny Davidson            Christy Core/Alexis Rodriguez            CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   8-4                    7-2
11/08/2008            T  Bonny Davidson            Alyona Tsutskova/Maria Dolores Pazo      FL INTERNATIONAL       L 8-4                    7-3
11/09/2008            T  Bonny Davidson            Michaela Kissell/Gabriela Mejia          MIAMI                  L 1-0, ret.              7-4
01/16/2009            T  Lauren Macfarlane         Elena Chernyakova/Georgia Rose           NORTHWESTERN           L 8-5                    7-5
01/16/2009            T  Lauren Macfarlane         Selma Salkovic/Sandra Zmak               DEPAUL               W   8-4                    8-5
01/17/2009            T  Lauren Macfarlane         Taylor Lindsey/Courtney McLane           ALABAMA              W   9-7                    9-5
01/18/2009            T  Lauren Macfarlane         Anna Redecsi/Selma Salkovic              DEPAUL                 L 8-4                    9-6
01/18/2009            T  Lauren Macfarlane         Elena Chernyakova/Keri Robinson          NORTHWESTERN           L 8-4                    9-7
01/31/2009            1  Lauren Macfarlane         Michela Hein/Kelcy McKenna               ARIZONA STATE          L 8-4                    9-8   0-1
02/01/2009            2  Lauren Macfarlane         Gaby Mastromarino/Nina Munch-Soegaard    TEXAS CHRISTIAN        L 8-6                    9-9   0-2
02/08/2009            2  Lauren Macfarlane         Dariana Kozmina/Kiara Powell             GEORGIA STATE          L 8-2                    9-10  0-3
02/08/2009            2  Lauren Macfarlane         Valerie Behr/Lucy Dougherty              UNC-GREENSBORO       W   8-2                   10-10  1-3
02/14/2009            1  Lauren Macfarlane         Monica Arguello/Laura Gioia              FURMAN               W   8-6                   11-10  2-3
02/22/2009            2  Lauren Macfarlane         Nicole Kantor/Staten Spencer             LOUISIANA STATE        L 8-6                   11-11  2-4
02/28/2009            1  Lauren Macfarlane         Jessica Alexander/Anastasia Revzina      FLORIDA                L 8-5                   11-12  2-5
03/08/2009            2  Federica Suess            Irina Falconi/Sasha Krupina              GEORGIA TECH           L 8-6                   11-13  2-6   0-1
03/11/2009            2  Federica Suess            Julia Cohen/Bianca Elchkorn              MIAMI                  L 8-1                   11-14  2-7   0-2
03/20/2009        19  1  Federica Suess            Amanda Granson/Melissa Mang              DUKE                   L 8-4                   11-15  2-8   0-3
03/22/2009        54  1  Federica Suess            Austin Smith/Katrin Tsang                NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-3                   11-16  2-9   0-4
03/27/2009        48  1  Federica Suess            Emily Fraser/Jennifer Stevens            VIRGINIA               L 9-8(5)                11-17  2-10  0-5
03/29/2009            1  Federica Suess            Jessica Brouwer/Holly Johnson            VIRGINIA TECH          L 9-7                   11-18  2-11  0-6
04/03/2009            2  Bonny Davidson            Aileen Davis/Emilee Malveny              WAKE FOREST            L 8-5                   11-19  2-12  0-7
04/05/2009            2  Bonny Davidson            Neils Barringer/Daria Petrovic           NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-0                   12-19  3-12  1-7
04/12/2009            2  Bonny Davidson            Julia Huschke/Karin Lundmark             MARYLAND             W   8-5                   13-19  4-12  2-7
04/16/2009            2  Bonny Davidson            Berkeley Brock/Daria Mortlock            NORTH CAROLINA STATE   L 8-3                   13-20  4-13
04/17/2009            2  Bonny Davidson            Irina Falconi/Sasha Krupina              GEORGIA TECH         dnf 4-5, dnf              13-20  4-13
04/18/2009        52  2  Bonny Davidson            Julia Cohen/Bianca Eichkorn              MIAMI                  L 9-8(7-3)              13-21  4-14
05/09/2009            2  Bonny Davidson            Myrthe Molenveld/Daniela Vukadinovic     AUBURN               W   8-2                   14-21  5-14
05/10/2009        50  2  Bonny Davidson            Jessica Alexander/Anastasia Revina       FLORIDA                L 8-4                   14-22  5-15

Federica Suess
Doubles          Opp
  Date     Rank Rank Pos Partner                   Opponent                                 School               W-L Score                Record  Dual  Conf
---------- ---- ---- --- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- -------------------- --- -------------------- ------ ----- -----
09/26/2008            T  Jessica Sucupira          Rosalia Alda/Jennifer Meredith           TENNESSEE              L 8-4                    0-1
09/26/2008            T  Jessica Sucupira          Jessica Preeg/Lauren Tomory              FURMAN               W   8-2                    1-1
09/26/2008            T  Jessica Sucupira          Chelsea Preeg/Jackie Wu                  VANDERBILT           W   8-6                    2-1
10/24/2008            T  Lauren Macfarlane         Jenny Cape/Evelien Strijker              ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM   W   8-2                    3-1
10/24/2008        23  T  Lauren Macfarlane         Chelsey Gullickson/Yvette Hyndman        GEORGIA                L 8-2                    3-2
10/31/2008            T  Lauren Macfarlane         Christine Abayan/Tahlia Smoke            AIR FORCE            W   8-2                    4-2
11/01/2008            T  Lauren Macfarlane         Stephanie Macfarlane/Pavlina Smatova     OREGON               W   8-3                    5-2
11/01/2008            T  Lauren Macfarlane         Liset Brito/Priscilla Castillo           FL INTERNATIONAL       L 8-6                    5-3
11/07/2008            T  Lauren Macfarlane         Elvira Serrot/Andrea Yacaman             CENTRAL FLORIDA      W   8-4                    6-3
11/08/2008            T  Lauren Macfarlane         Liset Brito/Priscilla Castillo           FL INTERNATIONAL       L 8-2                    6-4
11/09/2008            T  Lauren Macfarlane         Bianca Eichkorn/Laura Vallverdu          MIAMI                  L 8-1                    6-5
01/16/2009            T  Noemie Scharle            Samantha Murray/Keri Robison             NORTHWESTERN           L 8-7                    6-6
01/16/2009        36  T  Noemie Scharle            Dunja Antunovic/Kristen Gambrell         DEPAUL               W   8-6                    7-6
01/17/2009            T  Noemie Scharle            Paulins Bigos/Tiffany Welcher            ALABAMA                L 9-7                    7-7
01/18/2009            T  Ania Rynarzewska          Meritt Emery/Shelley Godwin              ALABAMA              W   8-4                    8-7
01/18/2009            T  Ania Rynarzewska          Kirsten Gambrel/Katarina Milinkovic      DEPAUL               W   9-7                    9-7
01/31/2009            2  Ania Rynarzewska          Laila Abdala/Nadia Abdala                ARIZONA STATE          L 8-1                    9-8   0-1
02/01/2009        16  1  Noemie Scharle            Macall Harkins/Anna Sydorska             TEXAS CHRISTIAN        L 8-5                    9-9   0-2
02/08/2009            1  Noemie Scharle            Katarina Gresova/Martina Nitkova         GEORGIA STATE          L 8-5                    9-10  0-3
02/08/2009            1  Noemie Scharle            Alejandra Guerra/Arielle VonStrolley     UNC-GREENSBORO         L 8-7                    9-11  0-4
02/14/2009            2  Noemie Scharle            Jennifer Betts/Lauren Tomory             FURMAN               W   8-2                   10-11  1-4
02/22/2009        15  1  Noemie Scharle            Megan Falcon/Mykala Hedberg              LOUISIANA STATE        L 8-3                   10-12  1-5
02/28/2009            2  Noemie Scharle            Marrit Boonstra/Joanna Mather            FLORIDA                L 8-4                   10-13  1-6
03/08/2009            2  Jessica Sucupira          Irina Falconi/Sasha Krupina              GEORGIA TECH           L 8-6                   10-14  1-7   0-1
03/11/2009            2  Jessica Sucupira          Julia Cohen/Bianca Elchkorn              MIAMI                  L 8-1                   10-15  1-8   0-2
03/20/2009        19  1  Jessica Sucupira          Amanda Granson/Melissa Mang              DUKE                   L 8-4                   10-16  1-9   0-3
03/22/2009        54  1  Jessica Sucupira          Austin Smith/Katrin Tsang                NORTH CAROLINA         L 8-3                   10-17  1-10  0-4
03/27/2009        48  1  Jessica Sucupira          Emily Fraser/Jennifer Stevens            VIRGINIA               L 9-8(5)                10-18  1-11  0-5
03/29/2009            1  Jessica Sucupira          Jessica Brouwer/Holly Johnson            VIRGINIA TECH          L 9-7                   10-19  1-12  0-6
04/03/2009            1  Katie Rybakova            Sasha Kulikova/Sierra Poske              WAKE FOREST            L 8-4                   10-20  1-13  0-7
04/05/2009        41  1  Katie Rybakova            Berkley Brock/Lenka Hojkova              NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-3                   11-20  2-13  1-7
04/12/2009            1  Katie Rybakova            Michal Amir/Lisa Miller                  MARYLAND             W   8-3                   12-20  3-13  2-7
04/16/2009            1  Katie Rybakova            Lenka Hojkova/Daria Petrovick            NORTH CAROLINA STATE W   8-5                   13-20  4-13
04/17/2009        29  1  Katie Rybakova            Noelle Hickey/Christy Striplin           GEORGIA TECH           L 8-5                   13-21  4-14
04/18/2009        13  1  Katie Rybakova            Michaela Kissell/Laura Vallverdu         MIAMI                  L 9-7                   13-22  4-15
05/09/2009        12  1  Katie Rybakova            Whitney Chappell/Alex Haney              AUBURN               dnf 7-5 dnf               13-22  4-15
05/10/2009        18  1  Katie Rybakova            Marrit Boonstra/Joanna Mather            FLORIDA                L 8-5                   13-23  4-16


FURMAN FALL CLASSIC
09/28/2008, September 26-28, 2008, Greenville, SC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Wraps Up Its First Tournament Of The Fall Season.

Sophomore Federica Suess finished the day with a flight championship.

GREENVILLE, SC - Florida State's women's tennis team concluded the Furman Fall Classic tournament on Sunday that included one flight championship and two third-place finishes. The 22nd Furman Fall Classic included a strong competition list that included Furman, ACC rival's Clemson and North Carolina, and SEC's Northwestern, Tennessee and Vanderbilt. In spite of being rain delayed for a day in singles matches, the Seminoles worked through it and came out with four victories in the last day of competition.

"Although we had a little bit of a slow start on Friday, we got back into the groove of things," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "The most important thing I was looking for is competing at a higher level. Everyone did a great job of that."

In the first flight, No. 24 Katie Rybakova went up against No. 23 Katrina Tsang of North Carolina and finished on top with 7-5, 6-0 to place her at fifth.

Junior Lauren Macfarlane fell to Clemson's Josipa Bek in the second flight with 6-1, 6-3. Macfarlane completed the tournament with a 1-2 record.

Senior Ania Rynarzewska also put up a fight and came out with the victory against Miki Jocic of South Carolina 5-7, 6-4 and 6-2. Overworking and outlasting her opponent, Rynarzewska finished the tournament in third place at the third flight.

The fourth flight showcased sophomore Federica Suess who was the only Seminole to finish 3-0 in the tournament. Suess matched-up against Alex Luc of Clemson at the flight championship in which she came out victorious with 6-3, 6-1.

Along with teammate Rynarzewska, Jessica Sucupira also finished her flight with a third place finish. Sucupira defeated Furman's Susan Bitetti 6-1, 6-4.

In flight six, sophomore Bonny Davidson lost to Zsofia Zubor of Tennessee, 6-2, 6-1. Davidson along with Macfarlane finished the tournament with a 2-1 record.

Freshman Justine Humair defeated North Carolina's Linzee Mabrey 6-4, 7-6 (1) to set her record for the tournament to 2-0.

"There were a lot of high points over the weekend," Hyde said. "I have some things that we are going to work on. We look forward to hitting the courts on Tuesday and getting better. There are going to be some things we have to get better at to prepare us."


09/26/2008
Doubles
#35 Catherine Newman/Courtney Ulery (VU) d. #40 Lauren Macfarlane/Katie Rybakova (FSU) 8-3
#40 Lauren Macfarlane/Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #33 Marial Sorbello/Caitlin Whoriskey (UTn) 8-2
#7 Lauren Liu/Georgia Rose (NW) d. #40 Lauren Macfarlane/Katie Rybakova (FSU) 8-2
Rosalia Alda/Jennifer Meredith (UTn) d. Jessica Sucupira/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-4
Jessica Sucupira/Federica Suess (FSU) d. Jessica Preeg/Lauren Tomory (FU) 8-2
Jessica Sucupira/Federica Suess (FSU) d. Chelsea Preeg/Jackie Wu (VU) 8-6
Ina Hadziselimovic/Alexandra Luc (CU) d. Bonny Davidson/Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) 8-3
Jocelyn Ffriend/Linzee Mabrey (UNC) d. Bonny Davidson/Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) 8-5
Bonny Davidson/Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Jennifer Betts/Brooke Mosteller (FU) 8-2

09/27/2008
Singles
#72 Laura Gioia (FU) d. #24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 6-1, 6-1
#24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Rosalia Alda (UTn) 6-4, 7-6(5)
#53 Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. #56 Keilly Ulery (VU) 1-6, 7-6(5), 6-2
Monica Arguello (FU) d. #53 Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 7-6(3), 6-2
Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Maria Sorbello (UTn) 6-1, 6-4
Jackie Wu (VU) d. Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) 6-1, 6-2
#113 Federica Suess (FSU) d. #30 Samantha Murray (NW) 7-6, 6-2
#113 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Jelena Rajic (SC) 6-0, 6-4
Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Meg Fanjoy (UNC) 1-6, 6-3, 6-2
Chelsea Preeg (VU) d. Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 6-0, 5-7, 6-4
Bonny Davidson (FSU) d. Keri Robison (NW) 7-6(10-8), 3-6, 6-1
Bonny Davidson (FSU) d. Erica Robertson (VU) 6-1, 6-2
Justine Humair (FSU) d. Brooke Mosteller (FU) 6-2, 6-4

09/28/2008
Singles
#24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #23 Katrina Tsang (UNC) 7-5, 6-0
Josipa Bek (CU) d. #53 Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 6-1, 6-3
Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Miki Jocic (SC) 5-7, 6-4, 6-2
#113 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Alex Luc (CU) 6-3, 6-1
Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Susan Bitetti (FU) 6-1, 6-4
Zsofia Zubor (UAl) d. Bonny Davidson (FSU) 6-2, 6-1
Justine Humair (FSU) d. Linzee Mabrey (UNC) 6-4, 7-6(1)


ITA ALL-AMERICAN QUALIFYING
10/01/2008, September 30-October 1, 2008, Malibu, Ca


09/30/2008
Doubles
#12 Vanja Corovic/Marija Milic (UTx) d. #40 Lauren Macfarlane/Katie Rybakova (FSU) 8-6
Singles
#24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #62 Jenni Heinser (USF) 6-3, 4-6, 6-3
#24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #56 Courtney Ulery (VU) 6-1, 7-6(3)
#48 Lindsay Burdette (SU) d. #53 Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 7-6(6), 2-6, 6-0

10/01/2008
Doubles
#27 Julia Bauregger/Mallory Voelker (UDen) d. #40 Lauren Macfarlane/Katie Rybakova (FSU) 8-3
Singles
Irina Falconi (GT) d. #24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 7-5, 6-1
Austin Smith (UNC) d. #53 Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 2-6, 6-2, 6-0

ITA SO REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
10/26/2008, October 24-27, 2008, Athens, Ga

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com

Rybakova waits for an at-large bid to the National Indoor Championship.

ATHENS, GA - After a successful run at the 2008 Wilson/ITA Southern Regionals Championship, No. 24 sophomore Katie Rybakova heads home to Tallahassee in hopes of getting an at-large bid to the National Indoor Championship.

"I am very proud of Katie's effort today and her effort throughout the weekend," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "She came across a very good opponent today and the difference between the win and loss was a few crucial points."

Third seed Rybakova was defeated by the No. 1 seed, Georgia's Chelsey Gullickson, 6-1, 2-6, 6-3. The Coral Spring native concluded the weekend with a 4-1 record, beating out two nationally ranked opponents.

"After her first set, we made some changes to her game plan which she did a fantastic job of sticking to," said Hyde. "Overall I was very pleased with Katie's performance. She had a great run in one of the strongest regions in the country. Katie will take a lot from this weekend and use it for the Seminole Invitational coming up."

Rybakova will anxiously be waiting for this Friday, October 31st, to hear if she receives an at-large bid to compete at the 2008 National Indoor Championships. If chosen, this will be Katie's second stint as she competed at last year's National Indoor Championship.

"We are keeping our fingers crossed in hopes of Katie making the National Indoor Championship," said Hyde.

Hyde, as well as the tennis team, will turn their focus to the Seminole Invitational held in Tallahassee, Fla this weekend. For more information, go to www.seminoles.com.


10/24/2008
Doubles
Lauren Macfarlane/Federica Suess (FSU) d. Jenny Cape/Evelien Strijker (UAB) 8-2
#23 Chelsey Gullickson/Yvette Hyndman (UGA) d. Lauren Macfarlane/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-2
Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Elna de Villiers/Radka Ferencova (MsSt) 8-3
Kristi Boxx/Karen Nijssen (UMs) d. Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 8-0
Singles
Martina Nitkova (GSU) d. #113 Federica Suess (FSU) 6-2, 6-3
#24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Lynn Blau (GT) 6-0, 6-2
#24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Paulina Bigos (UAl) 7-6(1), 6-2
#53 Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Jenny Frisell (UCF) 6-1, 7-5
#53 Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Tiffany Welcher (UAl) 6-3, 7-6(6)
#49 Michaela Kissel (UM) d. Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 6-0, 6-1
Shelley Godwin (UAl) d. Bonny Davidson (FSU) 7-5, 6-4

10/25/2008
Singles
#24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #81 Monica Dancevic (UGA) 6-3, 6-2
#24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #57 Christy Striplin (GT) 7-6(4), 6-4
#107 Noelle Hickey (GT) d. #53 Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 7-5, 6-2

10/26/2008
Singles
Chelsey Gullickson (UGA) d. #24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 6-1, 2-6, 6-3


SEMINOLE INVITATIONAL
11/02/2008, TALLAHASSEE, FL, October 31-November 2, 2008

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Florida State concluded the annual Seminole Invitational having two players take home top honors in their singles flight championships. The 2008 Seminole Invitational included Denver, Air Force, Oregon and two in-state rivals, USF and FIU.

"Overall it was a pretty good weekend for us," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "We had some very good results from a few players, and we also identified some things we need to continue to work on."

In the garnet bracket, sophomore Katie Rybakova defeated Denver's M. Voelker, 6-4, 6-2. No. 24 Rybakova completed the invitational with a 3-0 record. In the same bracket was No. 40 junior Lauren Macfarlane winning against USAFA's K. Eromin, 6-2, 6-0 to take seventh place.

"Katie did a great job today against a very good opponent," said Hyde. "Her focus is very narrow right now as she is heading into this week's National Indoor Championships.

No. 113 Federica Suess was triumphant in finishing the Seminole Invitational with a perfect singles record as she rolled passed University of South Florida's L. Schumate, 6-4, 3-1 (ret.).

"The fall season provides great opportunities for us to learn and work out some kinks before heading into the challenging spring dual match season," said Hyde.

The white bracket consisted of sophomore Bonny Davidson prevailed against Oregon's S. Cavan, 6-2, 6-2 to place third.

Despite her best efforts to progress to the black singles championship, junior Jessica Sucupira (Wente) fell to Denver's J. Bauregger 6-2, 6-1.

"The team as well as the coaches had a very productive meeting at the conclusion of the event today and discussed some of those kinks we need to straighten out," said Hyde. "There is a new focus within the team now, and whenever you can rally as a unit around adapting, changing and improving, it's a very motivating thing."

The Seminoles will now focus to cheer on teammate Rybakova as she travels to the 2008 National Indoor Championships to compete in the 32 singles player's matches.

"She's on a mission and is itching to get up to Virginia for the Championships," said Hyde. "We have a few days of practice ahead, but she will be ready to go come game time."


10/31/2008
Doubles
Lauren Macfarlane/Federica Suess (FSU) d. Christine Abayan/Tahlia Smoke (AFA) 8-2
Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Siobhan Cavan/Carmen Serementa (UOr) 8-1
Singles
#24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Katrina Eromin (AFA) 6-1, 6-2
#24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #79 Liset Brito (FIU) 6-3, 6-4
Carmen Seremeta (UOr) d. #53 Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 6-4, 6-2
Jessica Zok (USF) d. #53 Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 2-6, 6-2, 6-2
Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Allyn Mueller (USF) 6-4, 6-7(5), 6-1
Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Tahlia Smoke (AFA) 6-2, 6-2
#113 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Christen Monreal (AFA) 6-2, 6-4
#113 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Ute Schnoy (UDen) 6-2, 6-4
Bonny Davidson (FSU) d. Meghan Kiser (AFA) 6-2, 6-0
Maria Jose Vallasciani (FIU) d. Bonny Davidson (FSU) 3-6, 6-1, 6-4

11/01/2008
Doubles
Lauren Macfarlane/Federica Suess (FSU) d. Stephanie Macfarlane/Pavlina Smatova (UOr) 8-3
Liset Brito/Priscilla Castillo (FIU) d. Lauren Macfarlane/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-6
Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Maria Pazo/Alvona Tsutskova (FIU) 8-6
Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Annette Aksdal/Bhavani Tirumurti (UDen) 8-4

11/02/2008
Singles
#24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #58 Mallory Voelker (UDen) 6-4, 6-2
#53 Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Katrina Eromin (AFA) 6-2, 6-0
Julia Bauregger (UDen) d. Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 6-2, 6-1
#113 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Lauren Shumate (USF) 6-4, 3-1 (ret)
Bonny Davidson (FSU) d. Siobhan Cavan (UOr) 6-2, 6-2


NATIONAL INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP
11/08/2008, November 6-9, 2008, Charlotesville, Va

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Rybakova Falls In The First Round Of The National Indoor Championship

Rybakova will face No. 12 Melanie Gloria of Fresno State in the consolation draw.

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - At her first National Indoor Championship, sophomore Katie Rybakova fell in the first round earlier today. At 1:30 p.m. Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) matched up against Sacramento State's Katsiaryna Zheltova at the Boar's Head Sports Club in Charlottesville, home of the Cavaliers. In spite of having successful regional matches, Rybakova was unable to keep the momentum going as she was defeated by Zheltova, 6-2, 6-4.

"Katie had a bit of a tough day," said head coach Jennifer Hyde. "I think she felt ready to go as the day progressed and the match neared. Her opponent made it very difficult for Katie to get a rhythm. At the same time, Katie gave away too many free points in her match. In these national events, you have to be able to make your opponent work."

No. 24 Rybakova will now face No. 12 Melanie Gloria of Fresno State in tomorrow's consolation draw.


11/06/2008
Singles
#21 Katrina Zheltova (SSU) d. #24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 6-2, 6-4

11/07/2008
Singles
#12 Melanie Gloria (FS) d. #24 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 6-2, 6-0


MIAMI INVITATIONAL
11/09/2008, November 7-9, 2008, Miami, Fl

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Holds Up The Unconquered Tradition At The Miami Invitational.

The Seminoles were successful in both singles and doubles in their first day of the tournament.

Nov. 7, 2008

MIAMI, FL - Florida State concluded its first day at the Miami Invitational with an unbeaten record in singles and doubles. Miami played host to two other in-state rivals, University of Central Florida and Florida International, as top players from all four teams hit the Neil Schiff Tennis Center in Coral Gables early this morning.

"I am very proud of the girls today," said assistant coach Oliver Foreman. "We displayed the best tennis I have seen as a team since last spring. Each and every member of the team had their own battles to fight on court today in order to get better, and they did it."

The first round of singles began with No. 53 Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah.) defeating Florida International's No.79 Liset Brito, 6-2, 6-2. Next was No. 113 Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany) successfully moving past Florida International's Priscilla Castillo, 6-1, 2-6, 6-4. Already having two singles matches under their belt, the Seminoles kept riding the victory wave. Junior Jessica Sucupira (Wente) (Whitehouse Tex.) trumped Florida International's Maria Dolores Pazo 6-1, 6-0 while sophomore Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa) beat Maria Spenceley of Florida International, 6-4, 6-3.

"It's great to see Bonnie and Lauren back in the winners circle," said Foreman. "They have struggled with their own demons recently and managed to prove they are tough enough to fight through any situation."

The doubles results were just as thriving as the singles for Florida State. Macfarlane and Suess came out victorious against Central Florida's Elvira Serrot and Andrea Yacaman, 8-3. Finishing the unconquered day for the Seminoles was Sucupira (Wente) and Davidson beating Central Florida's Christy Core and Alexis Rodriguez, 8-4.

"They lived up to the motto 'tough situations don't last, tough people do' today," said Foreman. "It's great to have them back and see that smile on their faces!"


Florida State Finishes Day Two Of The Miami Invitational.

Suess, Davidson and Sucupira all had successful singles' matches.

Nov. 8, 2008

MIAMI, FL - Florida State had yet another thriving day at the Miami Invitational in Coral Gables with three players having 2-0 records so far. The Seminoles had a stiff competition again today against two other instate rivals: University of Central Florida and Florida International.

No. 113 Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany) had another booming day in singles when she prevailed past Miami's Gabriela Mejia, 6-3, 6-4. Suess is now 2-0 in singles for the overall tournament.

Sophomore Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa) took Suess' lead and also continued her winning streak by beating Alessa Waibel of Miami, 6-1, 6-3. Davidson is now 2-0 for the singles tournament.

"Competing against Miami is always a ferocious battle, and I'm proud of the way the girls fought, despite home court advantage for Miami," said assistant coach Oliver Foreman.

Making her presence known on the court was junior Jessica Sucupira (Wente) (Whitehouse, Tex.) as she won her match against Miami's Claudia Wasilewski, 7-5, 5-7, 6-3.

"I was impressed with Jessica's attitude on court," said Foreman. "It could have been very easy for her to drift out of the match but that is her 'demon' she is eradicating match by match."

Despite having a victorious day yesterday in singles, No. 53 Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah) was upset by No. 109 Bianca Eichkorn of Miami, 6-2, 6-7, 4-6.

The Seminoles were not as victorious on the doubles' front. Macfarlane and Suess fell to Liset Brito and Priscilla Castillo of Florida International, 2-8. Sucupira (Wente) and Davidson also lost to Florida International's Alyona Tsutskova and Maria Dolores Pazo, 4-8.

"The difference this morning in doubles was simply if you give good teams the lead, it is very difficult to regain your lost points," said Foreman. "FIU played that today, and we just couldn't play catch up."


Florida State Completes Fall Season At The Miami Invitational.

Sucupira, Suess finish singles tournament with 3-0 record.

Nov. 9, 2008

MIAMI, FL - Florida State concluded its fall season at the Miami Invitational earlier today with two Seminoles finishing the singles' tournament with a perfect record, 3-0. The Seminoles faced instate rivalry from two other schools: University of Central Florida and Florida International.

"All in all, the girls accomplished their team goals for this weekend in winning two flight championships, so that is something to be said, when any team accomplishes their goals they are getting better each and every competition and that is why they play," said assistant coach Oliver Foreman.

As one of the Seminoles who finished the invitational with a perfect singles' record, No. 113 Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany) defeated Elvira Serrot of Central Florida, 6-3, 7-6 in her last match of the fall season. Junior Jessica Sucupira (Wente) (Whitehouse, Tex.) was the other Seminole to finish with a 3-0 singles' record by outscoring Central Florida's Alexis Rodriguez, 5-7, 6-0, 6-1, in her last match of the weekend.

In spite of having a thriving weekend in Miami, Fla., both junior Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah) and sophomore Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa) lost their singles' matches. Andrea Yacaman of Central Florida defeated Macfarlane, 6-4, 6-3 while Christy Core, also from Central Florida, beat Davidson, 6-4, 6-4.

"We have prided ourselves on being a 3rd day team, which is basically considered the final day of any competition, and I don't believe the girls fulfilled that today" said Foreman. "There were some fine individual accomplishments with a couple of the girls going undefeated, but as a team we did not compete near as hard as we are capable off. All credit goes to UCF not giving into what I believe to be a stronger team."

The doubles matches were once again unsuccessful for Florida State. Macfarlane and Suess fell to Bianca Eichkorn and Laura Vallverdu of Miami, 8-1. Sucupira and Davidson were overpowered by Miami's Gabriela Mejia and Michaela Kissell, 1-0, ret.


11/07/2008
Doubles
Lauren Macfarlane/Federica Suess (FSU) d. Elvira Serrot/Andrea Yacaman (UCF) 8-4
Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Christy Core/Alexis Rodriguez (UCF) 8-4
Singles
#53 Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. #79 Liset Brito (FIU) 6-2, 6-2
#113 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Priscilla Castillo (FIU) 6-1, 2-6, 6-4
Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Maria Dolores Pazo (FIU) 6-1, 6-0
Bonny Davidson (FSU) d. Maria Spenceley (FIU) 6-4, 6-3

11/08/2008
Doubles
Liset Brito/Priscilla Castillo (FIU) d. Lauren Macfarlane/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-2
Alyona Tsutskova/Maria Dolores Pazo (FIU) d. Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 8-4
Singles
#113 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Gabriela Mejia (UM) 6-3, 6-4
Bonny Davidson (FSU) d. Alessa Waibel (UM) 6-1, 6-3
Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Claudia Wasilewski (UM) 7-5, 5-7, 6-3
#109 Bianca Eichkorn (UM) d. #53 Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 2-6, 7-6, 6-4

11/09/2008
Doubles
Bianca Eichkorn/Laura Vallverdu (UM) d. Lauren Macfarlane/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-1
Michaela Kissell/Gabriela Mejia (UM) d. Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 1-0, ret.
Singles
Andrea Yacaman (UCF) d. #53 Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 6-4, 6-3
#113 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Elvira Serrot (UCF) 6-3, 7-6
Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Alexis Rodriguez (UCF) 5-7, 6-0, 6-1
Christy Core (UCF) d. Bonny Davidson (FSU) 6-4, 6-4


NORTHWESTERN WILDCAT INVITE
01/18/2009, January 16-18, 2009, Evanston, Il

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Hit The Courts For Day One Of Northwestern Wildcat Invitational.

The Seminoles faced tough competion against No. 1 Northwestern, No. 62 DePaul and Alabama.

Jan. 16, 2009

EVANSTON, IN - When you want to be one of the leading tennis programs in the nation, you have to play against the best to prepare and that's just what head coach Jennifer Hyde did when she signed up her team to play at the Northwestern Wildcat Invitational. Despite ranked competitors and fierce competition, the Seminoles used that to their advantage and were successful once again.

"We played some pretty good tennis today," said Hyde. "We needed a chance to get through those first-match jitters today, and we're able to take care of that this morning."

On the singles side, the Seminoles finished with a 4-2 record. Veteran Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas) began the day with a victory against Shelley Godwin (Alabama), 6-2, 4-6, 6-1. Sophomore's Federica Suess, ranked at No. 53 in the national polls,(Ludwigshafen, Germany) and No. 35 Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) defeated Meritt Emery, 6-3, 6-0 and No. 72 Tiffany Welcher (both from Alabama), 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, respectively. Freshman Noemi Scharle (Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg) took her team's guidance and won her match against Paulina Bigos (Alabama), 6-4, 6-0.

"We did a great job of really getting our teeth into our singles' matches after a relatively slow start at a few positions," said Hyde.

On the double's front, the Seminoles played back to back matches against players from two ranked opponents and finished with a record of 3-3. Suess and Scharle gave way to the first doubles' win when they faced No. 36 Dunja Antunovic and Kirsten Gambrell (DePaul), 8-6. Next up was junior's Sucupira and Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah) winning against Selma Salkovic and Sandra Zmak (DePaul), 8-4. Finishing off the victories was sophomore double's team Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa) and Rybakova trumping Katarina Milinkovic and Cali Gustafson (DePaul), 8-1.

"I was happy with how we competed and know our game will only improve as we play more matches this weekend," said Hyde.

Florida State will be back in action tomorrow morning. For more information on Florida State athletics, go to www.seminoles.com.


Florida State Continues Warpath At The Northwestern Wildcat Invitational.

Lone freshman highlights the afternoon after beating her first ranked opponent.

Jan. 17, 2009

EVANSTON, IN - After a long day of fierce competition in both singles' and doubles', No. 20 Florida State finished the second day of the Northwestern Wildcat Invitational with a 2-1 doubles' record and 8-4 singles' record.

"I think it's quite evident the girls are starting to settle in and feel more comfortable with a dual-match situation," said assistant coach Oliver Foreman. "It's been about 8 months since their last season dual-match, and against the number 1 team in the country, it felt like they jumped into the swing of things automatically."

Prevailing past the first doubles' match-up against Alabama's Courtney McLane and Taylor Lindsey were junior's Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas) and Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah), 9-7. The sophomore class was no different as Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) and Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa) defeated Merritt Emery and Alice Tunaru (Alabama), 8-2.

"The girls who had finished their matches were behind their teammate's court cheering the loudest of any team in the facility, and here at Florida State, we love that," said Foreman."I'm proud of them as individuals on the court today, and more so as a team. It was a team effort and it will always take a team effort to be the best! I believe we have a lot to look forward to with this team this season!!"

Showing her garnet and gold during singles' was newcomer Noemi Scharle (Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg) as she conquered her first collegiate ranked opponent, No. 28 Georgia Rose (Northwestern), 6-1, 6-3. Scharle also won her other singles' match against Anna Redecsi (DePaul), 6-3, 6-1. No. 35 Rybakova won both her singles' matches defeating No.109 Dunja Antunovic (DePaul), 6-7, 6-4, 6-0 and Samantha Murray, 6-1, 5-7, 6-4. Fellow sophomore, No. 53 Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany), also triumphed past Sandra Zmak (DePaul) 7-5, 6-4. Senior Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland) won her first singles' match of the season against Cali Gustafson (DePaul), 6-1, 6-1. Finishing off conquests for the day was Macfarlane moving past Selma Salkovic (DePaul), 6-4, 6-4 and Elena Chernyakova (Northwestern), 7-6, 6-0.

"Today we proved once again that we are a national championship contender, taking the top team in the country right to the wire,' added Foreman."Our 1, 2 and 3 spots were awesome today with Noemi, Lauren and Katie being undefeated in singles today. To see our new signee, Noemi, take the reigns at the number one position against Northwestern and beat a girl of that caliber is rewarding for her, the team and us as coaches."

Florida State is back in action this morning for their final day at the Northwestern Wildcat Invitational.


Florida State Successfully Finishes Their First Invitational.

The Seminoles surpassed expectations this weekend in their first stint of the season.

Jan. 18, 2009

EVANSTON, IN - Florida State women's tennis team concluded the Northwestern Wildcat Invitational this morning with doubles' matches. The Seminoles had a good first season showing at the invitational with players defeating several ranked opponents in both singles and doubles matches.

"All in all it was a successful weekend for the team," said Head Coach Jennifer Hyde. "It allowed us an opportunity to gauge where we are right now on a number of levels. The girls competed well, and at some point in the weekend, everyone was forced to get over some hurdles."

Beginning the final victories for the Seminoles this morning was doubles' team sophomore Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany) and senior Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland) winning against Shelly Godwin and Meritt Emery (Alabama), 8-4. Suess and Rynarzewska also teamed later to defeat DePaul's Kirsten Gambrell and Katarina Milinkovic, 9-7. Sophomore's Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) and Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa) wrapped up the day by successfully battling DePaul's Anna Redecsi and Cali Gustafson, 8-6.

"We are really looking forward to starting the dual-match season next weekend and will continue to work on getting better in the practice setting until our next competition," Hyde said. "We are excited for what's ahead."

Florida State will be back in action next weekend, January 24th, as they open up the home-match season in Tallahassee, Fla., against Jacksonville at 1 p.m.


01/16/2009
Doubles
Nazlie Ghazal/Stacey Lee (NW) d. Bonny Davidson/Katie Rybakova (FSU) 8-1
Elena Chernyakova/Georgia Rose (NW) d. Lauren Macfarlane/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 8-5
Samantha Murray/Keri Robison (NW) d. Noemie Scharle/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-7
Noemie Scharle/Federica Suess (FSU) d. #36 Dunja Antunovic/Kristen Gambrell (DU) 8-6
Lauren Macfarlane/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Selma Salkovic/Sandra Zmak (DU) 8-4
Bonny Davidson/Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Cali Gustafson/Katarina Milinkovic (DU) 8-1
Singles
#35 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #72 Tiffany Welcher (UAl) 6-4, 4-6, 6-3
Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. Paulina Bigos (UAl) 6-4, 6-0
Courtney McLane (UAl) d. Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 6-4, 3-6, 6-4
#53 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Meritt Emery (UAl) 6-3, 6-0
Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Shelley Godwin (UAl) 6-2, 4-6, 6-1
Taylor Lindsey (UAl) d. Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) 6-2, 7-6

01/17/2009
Doubles
Paulins Bigos/Tiffany Welcher (UAl) d. Noemie Scharle/Federica Suess (FSU) 9-7
Lauren Macfarlane/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Taylor Lindsey/Courtney McLane (UAl) 9-7
Bonny Davidson/Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Meritt Emery/Alice Tunaru (UAl) 8-2
Singles
#35 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #109 Dunja Antunovic (DU) 6-7, 6-4, 6-0
Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. Anna Redecsi (DU) 6-3, 6-1
Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Selma Salkovic (DU) 6-4, 6-4
#53 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Sandra Zmak (DU) 7-5, 6-4
Gia McKnight (DU) d. Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 6-1, 6-3
Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Cali Gustafson (DU) 6-1, 6-1
Keri Robison (NW) d. Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 7-5, 6-2
Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Elena Chernyakova (NW) 7-6, 6-0
Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. #28 Georgia Rose (NW) 6-1, 6-3
Stacey Lee (NW) d. Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) 6-1, 6-2
Nazlie Ghazal (NW) d. #53 Federica Suess (FSU) 6-1, 7-5
#35 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #24 Samantha Murray (NW) 6-1, 5-7, 6-4

01/18/2009
Doubles
Stacey Lee/Georgia Rose (NW) d. Bonny Davidson/Katie Rybakova (FSU) 8-3
Ania Rynarzewska/Federica Suess (FSU) d. Meritt Emery/Shelley Godwin (UAl) 8-4
Anna Redecsi/Selma Salkovic (DU) d. Lauren Macfarlane/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 8-4
Bonny Davidson/Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Cali Gustafson/Anna Redecsi (DU) 8-6
Elena Chernyakova/Keri Robinson (NW) d. Lauren Macfarlane/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 8-4
Ania Rynarzewska/Federica Suess (FSU) d. Kirsten Gambrel/Katarina Milinkovic (DU) 9-7


FLORIDA STATE 4, JACKSONVILLE 0
01/24/2009, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Kicks Off Dual-Match Season With Win Against Jacksonville.

After several hours of rain delay, the Seminoles finish the match-up against the Dolphins successfully.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - In spite of being rain delayed for over six hours, the twentieth ranked Florida State women's tennis finished off their first dual-match of the season conquering Jacksonville 4-0. Head Coach Jennifer Hyde led her team to the ninth win over Jacksonville and third consecutive under her direction.

"It was a long day waiting for the rain and the courts to dry," said Hyde. "We did a good job of just coming out and taking care of business."

The Seminoles started off the match-up against the Dolphins in a singles' showdown. Court one featured No. 35 sophomore Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) defeating Tatiana Soldatova, 6-3, 6-4. Simultaneously on court two was junior Lauren Macfarlane trumping (Ogden, Utah) Elvira Yusupova, 6-3, 6-4. Winning the third point for Florida State was No. 53 sophomore Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany) in her match-up against Iva Jaresova, 6-0, 6-1. Finishing off for the Seminoles' victory against the Dolphins was junior co-captain Jessica Sucupira dominating Juliana Umeki, 6-2, 6-2.

"We have to get ourselves prepared for the National Indoors starting next weekend," Hyde said. "We have a lot of work to do individually and as a team."

The Seminoles will be back in action next weekend as they travel to Atlanta, Ga. to compete at the National Team Indoors.

#20 Florida State 4, Jacksonville 0

Singles
No. 1: #35 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Tatiana Soldatova (JU) 6-3, 6-4
No. 2: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Elvira Yusupova (JU) 6-3, 6-4
No. 3: #53 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Iva Jaresova (JU) 6-0, 6-1
No. 4: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Juliana Umeki (JU) 6-2, 6-2


ARIZONA STATE 4, FLORIDA STATE 1
01/31/2009, ITA Team Indoor Championship, Atlanta, Ga

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Falls In First Round Of ITA Team Indoor Championship.

The Seminoles will now face either No. 8 Georgia Tech or No. 25 TCU.

ATLANTA, GA - After an early morning battle against No. 21 Arizona State in the first round of the ITA Team Indoor Championship, the twentieth ranked Florida State women's tennis team came up unsuccessful as they loss 4-1. Host Georgia Tech (No. 8) will now match-up against No. 25 TCU to see who will play either the Seminoles or Sun Devils tomorrow.

"ASU played a little bit better than we did, but at the same time we certainly learned a lot from today's match," said Head Coach Jennifer Hyde. "I think the biggest difference for us today was execution and not taking advantage of opportunities that we created."

Hitting the courts first this morning were doubles' matches that gave way to Arizona State's first point. On court one was Michaela Hein and Kelcy McKenna defeating junior co-captain's Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah) and Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas) 8-4. The second match that gave Arizona State the lead was Laila Abdala and Nadia Abdala winning against senior Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland) and sophomore Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany) 8-1.

On the singles' front, the Sun Devils gained their three remaining points to win the match as sophomore's Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) and Suess along with Sucupira fell to their opponents. Winning the one point for Florida State was Macfarlane as she defeated Nadia Abdala, 7-5, 6-4.

"We definitely had our chances, but just failed to capitalize on them," said Hyde. "I think the team will approach tomorrows match much differently. We have a lot to play for tomorrow."

Florida State will be back in action tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. to face the loser of Georgia Tech and TCU. For more information on Florida State athletics, go to www.seminoles.com.

#21 Arizona State 4, #20 Florida State 1

Doubles
No. 1: Michela Hein/Kelcy McKenna (ASU) d. Lauren Macfarlane/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 8-4
No. 2: Laila Abdala/Nadia Abdala (ASU) d. Ania Rynarzewska/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-1
No. 3: Bonny Davidson/Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Ashlee Brown/Sianna Simmons (ASU) 8-3
Singles
No. 1: #3 Kelcy McKenna (ASU) d. #35 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 6-3, 6-1
No. 2: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Nadia Abdala (ASU) 7-5, 6-4
No. 3: Michela Hein (ASU) d. #53 Federica Suess (FSU) 6-4, 6-3
No. 4: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) vs. Laila Abdala (ASU) dnf
No. 5: Sianna Simmons (ASU) d. Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 7-5, 7-6(8)
No. 6: Bonny Davidson (FSU) vs. Ashlee Brown (ASU) dnf


TEXAS CHRISTIAN 4, FLORIDA STATE 2
02/01/2009, ITA Team Indoor Championship, Atlanta, Ga

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Travels Back Home To Prepare For Double-Header Next Weekend.

The Seminoles fell to No. 25 TCU in consolation match early this morning.

ATLANTA, GA - The Florida State women's tennis team will head back to Tallahassee to begin preparation for their first double-header next weekend. Earlier today the twentieth-ranked Seminoles fell to No. 25 TCU 4-2 in the consolation match.

In spite of winning the first doubles' match with sophomore's Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa) and Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs) defeating Katariina Tuohimaa and Kayla Duncan 8-4, Florida State was unsuccessful in carrying out the second match as sophomore Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany) and freshman Noemie Scharle (Colmar-berg, Luxembourg) fell to No. 16 Macall Harkins and Anna Sydorska 8-5.

Scoring the only two points for the Seminoles were Scharle and No. 53 Suess winning both their singles' matches. Scharle defeated No. 49 Macall Harkins 6-4, 6-4, while Suess conquered Anna Sydorska 6-2, 6-3.

#25 Texas Christian 4, #20 Florida State 2

Doubles
No. 1: #16 Macall Harkins/Anna Sydorska (TCU) d. Noemie Scharle/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-5
No. 2: Gaby Mastromarino/Nina Munch-Soegaard (TCU) d. Lauren Macfarlane/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 8-6
No. 3: Bonny Davidson/Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Katariina Tuohimaa/Kayla Duncan (TCU) 8-4
Singles
No. 1: #12 Nina Munch-Soegaard (TCU) d. #35 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 7-5, 6-1
No. 2: Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. #49 Macall Harkins (TCU) 6-4, 6-4
No. 3: Katariina Tuohimaa (TCU) d. Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 6-4, 6-4
No. 4: #53 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Anna Sydorska (TCU) 6-2, 6-3
No. 5: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) vs. Kayla Duncan (TCU) dnf
No. 6: Gaby Mastromarino (TCU) d. Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 6-2, 4-6, 6-4


FLORIDA STATE 5, GEORGIA STATE 2
02/08/2009, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Stands Unconquered Throughout Double-Header.

The Seminoles won all their singles' matches against UNC-Greensboro.

TALLHASSEE, FL - The twenty-sixth ranked Florida State women's tennis team knew they had a difficult Sunday ahead, but that didn't stop the Seminoles from standing unconquered 2-0 in their only double-header of the season.

"It's always good to walk away with two wins which was our objective today," said Head Coach Jennifer Hyde. "It was good to see people step up even when they are not quite feeling their best. I am very proud of the girls in their effort with that. This was a good weekend."

Florida State kicked off the day with a solid victory over Georgia State 5-2. In spite of the Panthers winning the doubles' point, the Seminoles came back with a strong showing in singles. Taking the first match was freshman Noemie Scharle (Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg) overpowering Martina Nitkova, 6-1, 7-5. Senior Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland) was the next Seminole to conquer her opponent, Martina Ondrackova, 6-3, 6-3. Other Seminoles defeating their opponents were junior co-captain's Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah) and Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas) and sophomore Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany).

"Georgia State was very competitive," said Hyde. "Our girls did a good job of outlasting our opponents which is very important in our first match."

The lone Florida State doubles' team to win their match-up against Georgia State was the defeat of Diana Nakovic and Linda Hricistova of by Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) and sophomore Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa), 8-5.

Next up on the Seminoles list was UNC-Greensboro. The Spartans began their fall to Florida State in doubles as Macfarlane and Sucupira defeated Lindsey Doughtery and V. Behr 8-2 to win the first match. The second win to give Florida State the doubles' point and the lead was Davidson and Rybakova winning against Jessica Elben and Britany Cloer 8-0.

"We played a lot better in doubles, but it is something we need to continue to improve on," added Hyde.

Closing off the triumph for Florida State's day was all six Seminoles winning their singles' matches. Leading the Seminoles to their victory of 7-0 over UNC-Greensboro was Sucupira trumping B. Cloer 6-0, 6-0 and Davidson overwhelming Courtney Akel 6-1, 6-1.

"All in all it was a good team effort to get the job done," said Hyde. "We are going to take some time off to take care of our bodies and then get back to work. We have a lot of tough matches ahead we need to prepare for."

The Seminoles improves their record to 3-2 this season. Florida State will now take some time to recuperate and regroup until their next match-up against Furman on Valentines Day, February 14.

#26 Florida State 5, Georgia State 2

Doubles
No. 1: Katarina Gresova/Martina Nitkova (GSU) d. Noemie Scharle/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-5
No. 2: Dariana Kozmina/Kiara Powell (GSU) d. Lauren Macfarlane/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 8-2
No. 3: Bonny Davidson/Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Linda Hricistova/Diana Nakovic (GSU) 8-5
Singles
No. 1: #24 Diana Nakovic (GSU) d. #35 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 7-5, 6-0
No. 2: Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. Mattina Nitkova (GSU) 6-1, 7-5
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Dariana Kozmina (GSU) 7-5, 6-2
No. 4: #53 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Katarina Gresova (GSU) 6-4, 9-7
No. 5: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Martina Ondrackova (GSU) 6-3, 6-3
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Linda Hricistova (GSU) 6-2, 6-4


FLORIDA STATE 7, UNC-GREENSBORO 0
02/08/2009, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Stands Unconquered Throughout Double-Header.

The Seminoles won all their singles' matches against UNC-Greensboro.

TALLHASSEE, FL - The twenty-sixth ranked Florida State women's tennis team knew they had a difficult Sunday ahead, but that didn't stop the Seminoles from standing unconquered 2-0 in their only double-header of the season.

"It's always good to walk away with two wins which was our objective today," said Head Coach Jennifer Hyde. "It was good to see people step up even when they are not quite feeling their best. I am very proud of the girls in their effort with that. This was a good weekend."

Florida State kicked off the day with a solid victory over Georgia State 5-2. In spite of the Panthers winning the doubles' point, the Seminoles came back with a strong showing in singles. Taking the first match was freshman Noemie Scharle (Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg) overpowering Martina Nitkova, 6-1, 7-5. Senior Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland) was the next Seminole to conquer her opponent, Martina Ondrackova, 6-3, 6-3. Other Seminoles defeating their opponents were junior co-captain's Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah) and Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas) and sophomore Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany).

"Georgia State was very competitive," said Hyde. "Our girls did a good job of outlasting our opponents which is very important in our first match."

The lone Florida State doubles' team to win their match-up against Georgia State was the defeat of Diana Nakovic and Linda Hricistova of by Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) and sophomore Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa), 8-5.

Next up on the Seminoles list was UNC-Greensboro. The Spartans began their fall to Florida State in doubles as Macfarlane and Sucupira defeated Lindsey Doughtery and V. Behr 8-2 to win the first match. The second win to give Florida State the doubles' point and the lead was Davidson and Rybakova winning against Jessica Elben and Britany Cloer 8-0.

"We played a lot better in doubles, but it is something we need to continue to improve on," added Hyde.

Closing off the triumph for Florida State's day was all six Seminoles winning their singles' matches. Leading the Seminoles to their victory of 7-0 over UNC-Greensboro was Sucupira trumping B. Cloer 6-0, 6-0 and Davidson overwhelming Courtney Akel 6-1, 6-1.

"All in all it was a good team effort to get the job done," said Hyde. "We are going to take some time off to take care of our bodies and then get back to work. We have a lot of tough matches ahead we need to prepare for."

The Seminoles improves their record to 3-2 this season. Florida State will now take some time to recuperate and regroup until their next match-up against Furman on Valentines Day, February 14.

#26 Florida State 7, UNC-Greensboro 0

Doubles
No. 1: Alejandra Guerra/Arielle VonStrolley (UNCG) d. Noemie Scharle/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-7
No. 2: Lauren Macfarlane/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Valerie Behr/Lucy Dougherty (UNCG) 8-2
No. 3: Bonny Davidson/Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Britney Cloer/Jessica Eblen (UNCG) 8-0
Singles
No. 1: #35 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #40 Alejandra Guerra (UNCG) 6-3, 10-8
No. 2: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Arielle VonStrolley (UNCG) 6-1, 6-2
No. 3: #53 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Valerie Behr (UNCG) 6-1, 6-0
No. 4: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Britney Cloer (UNCG) 6-0, 6-0
No. 5: Bonny Davidson (FSU) d. Courtney Aikel (UNCG) 6-0, 6-1
No. 6: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Lucy Dougherty (UNCG) 7-6(1), 6-0


FLORIDA STATE 6, FURMAN 1
02/14/2009, Tampa, Fl

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Overpowers Furman To Win First Of Two Matches In Tampa.

Sucupira clinches point to give the Seminoles the victory over the Paladins.

TAMPA, FL - Coming off a 2-0 record at last week's double-header, the twenty-sixth ranked Seminoles used their good foundation to overpower the Paladins, 6-1. Winning the doubles' point and earning the rest of their points in singles', Florida State defeated Furman on USF Varsity Tennis Courts and will now face No. 55 South Florida on Sunday, February 15.

Florida State's goal of perfecting its doubles' teams was successful as the Seminoles won all their doubles' matches. Earning the doubles' point for the Seminoles was sophomore's doubles' threat Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) and Bonny Davidson's (Johannesburg, South Africa) victory over Laura Giola and Monica Arguello 8-6. Freshman Noemie Scharle (Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg) and sophomore Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany) secured the point as they defeated Jennifer Betts and Lauren Tomory 8-5.

The Seminoles dominated the Paladins in singles' as they were victorious on all but one court. In one of the toughest matches of the day, No. 35 Rybakova successfully battled No. 37 Monica Arguello, 6-2, 6-7 (11-9). Clinching the fourth point for Florida State was junior co-captain Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas) conquering Susan Bitetti, 6-1, 6-2. Other Seminoles winning their matches were junior co-captain Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah), senior Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland) and No. 53 Suess.

Florida State matches-up against South Florida tomorrow, February 15, at 11 a.m. on USF Varsity Tennis Courts.

#26 Florida State 6, Furman 1

Doubles
No. 1: Lauren Macfarlane/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Monica Arguello/Laura Gioia (FU) 8-6
No. 2: Noemie Scharle/Federica Suess (FSU) d. Jennifer Betts/Lauren Tomory (FU) 8-2
No. 3: Bonny Davidson/Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Susan Bitetti/Jessica Preeg (FU) 8-1
Singles
No. 1: #9 Laura Gioia (FU) d. Noemie Scharle (FSU) 6-2, 6-2
No. 2: #35 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #37 Monica Arguello (FU) 6-2, 6-7, (11-9)
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Jessica Preeg (FU) 6-3, 6-2
No. 4: #53 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Susan Bitteti (FU) 6-1, 6-2
No. 5: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Lauren Tomory (FU) 1-6, 6-2, (10-4)
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Jennifer Betts (FU) 6-0, 6-2


FLORIDA STATE 6, SOUTH FLORIDA 0
02/15/2009, TAMPA, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Sweeps South Florida 6-0 In Second Match On The Road.

Due to weather conditions, the Seminoles were unable to play doubles.

TAMPA, FL - The twenty-sixth ranked Florida State women's tennis team concluded its two-match road trip with a sweep of No. 55 South Florida, 6-0. Due to weather conditions, the Seminoles were unable to play the doubles' portion of the match and only competed in singles on the USF Varsity Tennis Courts in Tampa, Fla. Florida State now improves its overall record to 5-2.

"I am proud of the effort the girls gave this weekend," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "They did another great job of getting better and taking care of business. I was much more impressed with our performance today."

The Garnet and Gold ruled the singles' court as all six Seminoles won their matches. Representing Florida State on court one was No. 35 Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) conquering the Bulls' lone ranked player, No. 121 Jessica Zok, 6-1, 6-4. Clinching the fourth point to give Florida State the victory was junior co-captain Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah) defeating Iciri Rai, 6-3, 6-2, on court three.

"Not all of our girls are feeling 100% healthy right now, however, they did a tremendous job of putting it aside and doing their jobs," Hyde said. "We definitely improved this weekend. After we catch our breath and have a day off tomorrow, we will hit the courts again in preparation for next weekend's match against LSU on the road."

The Seminoles will hit the road again next weekend to face the twenty-third ranked LSU Tigers on Sunday, February 22.

#26 Florida State 6, #55 South Florida 0

Singles
No. 1: #35 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #121 Jessica Zok (USF) 6-1, 6-4
No. 2: #53 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Jessica Sweeting (USF) 6-3, 6-2
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Iciri Rai (USF) 6-3, 6-2
No. 4: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Natalia Guevara (USF) 6-3, 6-4
No. 5: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Lauren Shumate (USF) 6-3, 3-0 (ret)
No. 6: Bonny Davidson (FSU) d. Alynn Mueller (USF) 7-5, 6-3


FLORIDA STATE 5, LOUISIANA STATE 2
02/22/2009, BATON ROUGE, LA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Tames Tigers On The Road To Extend Winning Streak.

The Seminoles defeated LSU for the second consecutive year.

BATON ROUGE, LA - Despite losing the doubles' point, the twenty-sixth ranked Florida State women's tennis team extended its winning streak to five as they conquered No. 23 LSU, 5-2. The Seminoles improved their all-time record against the Tigers to 8-6 and season record to 6-2.

"As expected, we had another good battle today with LSU," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "We had chances to clinch the doubles point, and it was a bit frustrating to miss that opportunity. However, we set the tone very early in singles. The girls demonstrated a huge amount of fight today."

Although Florida State's Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) and Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa) won the first match in doubles against Hannah Robinson and Nicole Smith, 8-4, the Tigers were still successful in gaining the doubles' point and leading 1-0 into singles.

"The girls came out strong in singles as we got up in the first four sets very quickly," Hyde said. "Although Jessica lost her first set, she did a great job of controlling her second and third set. Ania also did a good job of winning on her court and tying the score at 1-1. I'm proud of Federica coming back and battling in her tie-breaker on court four. Lauren and Noemie also did a fantastic job of taking care of business."

After losing the singles' point, Florida State knew it had a lot of work to do in order to come back and that's exactly what they did as five out of six Seminoles remained unconquered on their court. Gaining the first point for the Seminoles was senior Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland) defeating Nicole Smith, 6-1, 6-3. Newly ranked freshmen, No. 48 Noemie Scharle (Colmar-berg, Luxembourg), and No. 81 Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany) followed Rynarzewska's lead and trumped both their opponents in just two sets to give Florida State the lead 3-2. Securing the victory for the Seminoles on court three was junior co-captain Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah) trumping Nicole Kantor, 6-4, 6-4. Closing out the match for Florida State was fellow junior co-captain Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas) battling three sets against Staten Spencer and succeeding 5-7, 6-3, 6-0.

"I am very happy with the team effort and fight the girls gave today," Hyde added.

Florida State will now travel back to Tallahassee to prepare as they host in-state rival, No. 12 Florida, on February 28 at 1 p.m. in the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

#26 Florida State 5, #23 Louisiana State 2

Doubles
No. 1: #15 Megan Falcon/Mykala Hedberg (LSU) d. Noemie Scharle/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-3
No. 2: Nicole Kantor/Staten Spencer (LSU) d. Lauren Macfarlane/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 8-6
No. 3: Bonny Davidson/Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Hannah Robinson/Nicole Smith (LSU) 8-4
Singles
No. 1: #112 Megan Falcon (LSU) d. #23 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 6-2, 2-6, 6-3
No. 2: #48 Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. Mykala Hedberg (LSU) 6-3, 6-2
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Nicole Kantor (LSU) 6-4, 6-4
No. 4: #81 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Hannah Robinson (LSU) 6-3, 7-6
No. 5: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Nicole Smith (LSU) 6-1, 6-3
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Staten Spencer (LSU) 5-7, 6-3, 6-0


FLORIDA STATE 5, FLORIDA 2
02/28/2009, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Seminoles Earn First Ever Victory Over No. 13 Florida, 5-2.

No. 24 Florida State dominates singles play and improves to 7-2 with impressive win over Florida.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - To be the first in history to do something is special but to be the first in Florida State history to beat the Gators...now that brings it to a whole new level. Saturday at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center, despite strong winds and threatening weather, the No. 24 Florida State women's tennis team (7-2) made history with a 5-2 victory over No. 13 Florida (6-4).

"We were 0-32 vs. Florida until today," FSU head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "The fact that we'd never beaten them before, that in itself is really special for these kids to have ownership in being the only team to ever beat Florida. That's something that will always be with them, no matter where they go in life, they are always going to be the team to beat Florida for the first time in school history. Having that ownership and having that under their belt, it's a beautiful thing. That's why you play college tennis - to be in situations like that and they came through when it mattered and took advantage of some opportunities. I'm just very proud of the huge team effort we had today."

Senior Ania Rynarzewska clinched the monumental victory for the Seminoles. After cruising to a 6-4 win over Florida's Barbara Pinterova in the first set, the senior found herself down 4-3 in the second set, then forced a tie at 5-5 and scored the final two points for the 7-5 decision.

"Ania, as a senior, has played Florida every year and has come up short," Hyde said. "We came close a few years ago and for a senior to clinch the match, that's again, something she'll have with her for the rest of her life, something she'll never forget - none of us will. It was a huge team effort today and it was really story book for Ania to be the one to clinch it."

On the court alongside Rynarzewska was junior co-captain Lauren Macfarlane whose three-set victory was icing on the cake. After falling 6-2 in the first set and falling behind 3-5 in the second, she rallied for the 7-5 win and dominated set three with a 6-1 final score.

"They (Rynarzewska and Macfarlane) both had match points at the same time and I remember wondering who was going to get it," Hyde said. "I was hoping it was Ania because I wanted the senior to have that. Then I just saw the team run out and I put my hands on my head and just realized, they did it, they did it. They just made history like no other team has ever made here before. I saw them run and hug each other and as a coach, that's the coolest thing to sit and watch.

"For Lauren, down a set 3-5, to find a way to fight back in that second set was tremendous because it took the pressure off of Ania down there," Hyde said. "Tremendous heart and guts, that's basically what you get with MacFarlane, day in and day out."

Things started off well for Florida as the Gators took the doubles' point, including two come-from-behind victories. UF's No. 2 doubles team of Marrit Boostra/Joanna Mather led from the get-go and finished with a solid 8-4 victory over the Seminoles' Noemie Schlarle/Federica Suess but the other two wins didn't come easily. FSU's No. 1 doubles team of Jessica Sucupira/Lauren Mcfarlane began with a 3-1 lead but UF's Jessica Alexander/Anastasia Revzina rallied back with five straight points and went on for the 8-5 win to clinch the point for UF. Despite a 4-1 lead, Florida State's Bonny Davidson/Katie Rybakova fell 8-5 to Florida's Barbara Pinterova/Lauren Wolken at No. 3 doubles.

"The thing about rivalries, it doesn't really matter who's ranked where," Hyde said. "On those big days, anything can happen and a number's a number but when you step on court, when you have those rivalries, there's so much emotion, there's so much heart with those match-ups. Basically it doesn't matter if Florida's ranked two or 20, it's Florida. Anyone who's a Seminole or a Gator understands that rivalry, clearly.

"For our team, this is a big hurdle with regards to a leap, understanding that yes, historically-speaking, Florida may have a traditionally more-successful program but we're up to par," Hyde said. "We're up to that, we're getting there, slowly establishing ourselves as one of those elite programs as well."

#24 Florida State 5, #13 Florida 2

Doubles
No. 1: Jessica Alexander/Anastasia Revzina (UF) d. Lauren Macfarlane/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 8-5
No. 2: Marrit Boonstra/Joanna Mather (UF) d. Noemie Scharle/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-4
No. 3: Barabara Pinterova/Lauren Wolken (UF) d. Bonny Davidson/Katie Rybakova (FSU) 8-5
Singles
No. 1: #7 Marrit Boonstra (UF) d. #23 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 6-4, 6-2
No. 2: #48 Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. #45 Anastasia Revzina (UF) 6-2, 6-2
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Joanna Mather (UF) 2-6, 7-5, 6-1
No. 4: #81 Federica Suess (FSU) d. #100 Jessica Alexander (UF) 6-2, 6-2
No. 5: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Barbara Pinterova (UF) 6-4, 7-5
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Lauren Wolken (UF) 6-2, 6-0


GEORGIA TECH 5, FLORIDA STATE 2
03/08/2009, ATLANTA, GA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Suffers Yellow Jackets Sting.

The Seminoles continue their week long road trip with in-state rival Miami.

ATLANTA, GA - The No. 17 Florida State women's tennis team suffered its third loss of the season to No. 8 Georgia Tech in its ACC season opener as they fell 5-2. Despite winning one point in singles to make the score 3-1, Florida State failed to continue the bounce back and left the Bill Moore Tennis Center with a 6-3 record. The Seminoles will continue their week long road trip as they travel to Miami to face the No. 6 Hurricanes Wednesday, March 11.

"I'm very proud with how the girls battled today," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "We were a matter of points away from a very different result, and I know the team saw that fact very clearly."

The Seminoles started the day with Hyde mixing up the doubles team. Even with the change, Florida State was unable to surpass the Georgia Tech force and fell in all three courts.

"I was very pleased with how we did in doubles," Hyde said. "Even though we lost the doubles point, I think we worked through some kinks and are continuing to get better in all three positions. It's a challenge the team is up for and embracing. Once things really start to click for us on the doubles court, it could be very dangerous for our opponents. That one point isn't everything, but the advantage of winning that one point heading into singles does make a difference."

The Garnet and Gold then hit the courts for the singles portion of the match where only two Seminoles found success against the Yellow Jackets. As Georgia Tech extended their lead to 3-0, junior co-captain Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas) stepped up for a huge victory against Viet Ha Ngo, 6-1, 6-4, to raise Florida State's hope once again. Unfortunately, the Seminoles were unable to keep up the energy as No. 53 Nicole Hickey defeated No. 41 Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.), 2-6, 7-6, 6-4, to secure the win for the Yellow Jackets. As the Seminoles continued to play for the final two points left on courts four and five, No. 93 Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany) gave Florida State its final point with her domination of No. 44 Christy Striplin on court four in spite of falling in the first set 4-6, 6-0, 6-4.

"We will rest for a few days so our kids who have been sick can get healthy again in order to be a solid team against Miami," Hyde said.

Florida State faces Miami at 2 p.m. then returns home to Tallahassee to match-up against the Clemson Tigers on Sunday, March 15 at 11 a.m. on the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

#8 Georgia Tech 5, #17 Florida State 2

Doubles
No. 1: #16 Noelle Hickey/Christy Striplin (GT) d. Katie Rybakova/Noemie Scharle (FSU) 8-4
No. 2: Irina Falconi/Sasha Krupina (GT) d. Jessica Sucupira/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-6
No. 3: Lynn Blau/Amanda McDowell (GT) d. Bonny Davidson/Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 9-7
Singles
No. 1: #5 Irina Falconi (GT) d. #38 Noemie Scharle (FSU) 6-1, 6-4
No. 2: #53 Nicole Hickey (GT) d. #41 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 2-6, 7-6, 6-4
No. 3: #18 Amanda McDowell (GT) d. Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 6-3, 6-3
No. 4: #93 Federica Suess (FSU) d. #44 Christy Striplin (GT) 4-6, 6-0, 6-4
No. 5: Lynn Blau (GT) d. Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) 6-7, 6-3, 6-3
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Viet Ha Ngo (GT) 6-1, 6-4


MIAMI 7, FLORIDA STATE 0
03/11/2009, CORAL GABLES, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 24 Florida State Women's Tennis Falls To No. 6 Miami.

The Seminoles lost their second ACC match of the season.

CORAL GABLES, FL - The No. 24 Florida State women's tennis team dropped their second ACC match in a row as they faced in-state rival and sixth-ranked Miami today, March 11. The Seminoles lost 7-0 at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center in Coral Gables, Fla.

The Hurricanes lead the all-time series record against the Seminoles 19-4. The Seminoles' record fell to 7-4, 0-2 while the Hurricanes rose to 13-3, 3-1. This is the first time Florida State has been swept by Miami since the 2006 season.

The doubles point was awarded to Miami after taking two of the three matches. Junior Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah) and sophomore Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa) won the only doubles match defeating Gabriela Mejia and Claudia Wasilewski 8-3 on court three. The Hurricanes won 8-0 and 8-1 on court one and two, respectively.

In singles, the Hurricanes swept the board winning all but two sets. Macfarlane won the first set against No. 40 Bianca Elchkorn but fell in the final two and lost 1-6, 6-3, 11-9. Junior Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas) lost the first match but won the second only to fall in the third. Claudia Wasilewski of Miami defeated her 6-2, 1-6, 10-6.

The Seminoles head home to Tallahassee to host the Clemson Tigers at 11 a.m. on Sunday, March 15th.

#6 Miami 7, #24 Florida State 0

Doubles
No. 1: #32 Michaela Kissell/Laura Vallverdu (UM) d. Katie Rybakova/Noemie Scharle (FSU) 8-0
No. 2: Julia Cohen/Bianca Elchkorn (UM) d. Jessica Sucupira/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-1
No. 3: Bonny Davidson/Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Gabriela Mejia/Claudia Wasilewski (UM) 8-3
Singles
No. 1: #13 Julia Cohen (UM) d. #38 Noemie Scharle (FSU) 6-3, 6-1
No. 2: #39 Laura Vallverdu (UM) d. #41 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 6-2, 6-2
No. 3: #40 Bianca Eichkorn (UM) d. Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 1-6, 6-3, 11-9
No. 4: #63 Michaela Kissell (UM) d. #93 Federica Suess (FSU) 6-3, 6-1
No. 5: Gabriela Mejia (UM) d. Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) 6-2, 7-5
No. 6: Claudia Wasilewski (UM) d. Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 6-2, 1-6, 10-6


CLEMSON 5, FLORIDA STATE 1
03/15/2009, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Unable To Tame Tigers.

After two Seminoles took their opponents to three sets, the Seminoles fell against their third ACC opponent of the season.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No.24-ranked Florida State women's tennis team (7-5, 0-3) was unable to win its first Atlantic Coast Conference victory of the season as they fell 1-5 to No.12 Clemson. After moving the match up an hour due to inclement weather headed to the Tallahassee area, the Tigers left the Scott Speicher Tennis Center still leading the overall series against the Seminoles 17-8.

"Clemson did a little bit of a better job competing in certain spots than we did today," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "In these big ACC matches, it takes the whole team to show up on a consistent basis to get the win, and unfortunately we didn't do that today."

Battling on court three and taking Clemson's Estefania Balda to three sets, the only Seminole to find success on her court was No. 38 Noemie Scharle (Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg). Although Scharle fell in the first set 4-6, with the help of assistant coach Oliver Foreman's encouraging words, the freshman was able to step up and defeat Balda in the final two sets, 6-4, 6-3.

Court six featured co-captain Jessica Sucupira's (Whitehouse, Texas) hard fought match-up against the Tigers' Laurianne Henry. Sucupira kicked-off her match with a win in the first set, 6-3. After Henry continued to fight back, Sucupira was pushed into a second-set tiebreaker where the junior fell 7-6 (6). With her team cheering her on and Hyde's support, Sucupira was able to continue the push in her attempt to win, but unfortunately fell to Henry 7-5 in the final set.

"We have a lot of work to do this week to prepare for two more big ACC matches against Duke on Friday and UNC on Sunday," Hyde said. "The spring season is a process which includes both highs and lows. Every team in the nation experiences those same ups and downs, but the better teams are able to stabilize those peaks and valleys. We have a lot of tennis matches ahead of us. As long as we continue to get better in practices and matches and prepare as perfectly as we can for game day, we are moving in the right direction."

The Garnet and Gold will continue to look for their first ACC victory of the season as they host the Duke Blue Devils on March 20 at 4 p.m.

#12 Clemson 5, #24 Florida State 1

Singles
No. 1: #1 Ani Mijacika (CU) d. #41 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 6-0, 6-1
No. 2: #4 Josipa Bek (CU) d. Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 7-5, 6-3
No. 3: #38 Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. #76 Estefania Balda (CU) 4-6, 6-4, 6-3
No. 4: #117 Ina Hadziselmovic (CU) d. #93 Federica Suess (FSU) 6-1, 6-3
No. 5: #101 Keri Wong (CU) d. Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) 6-0, 6-2
No. 6: Laurianna Henry (CU) d. Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 3-6, 7-6(6), 7-5


DUKE 6, FLORIDA STATE 1
03/20/2009, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Falls To Duke 6-1.

The Seminoles still on the search for their first conference win.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The No. 30 Florida State women's tennis team (7-6, 0-4) loss its fourth consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference match as the Seminoles fell to the Duke Blue Devils 6-1. FSU has yet to win a match in the conference and will continue its search as they host the North Carolina Tar Heels at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center on Sunday, March 22 at 12 p.m.

"We are going to have to last a little longer to win these matches," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "We need to fight harder. We are in a bit of a losing streak. However, we are losing to teams in the top 10. In order for us to get over the hump, we have to give more fight. We need to work harder to win points and be more composed in tight situations."

Despite losing the doubles point to the Blue Devils, junior co-captain Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah) and sophomore Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa) teamed up to win the only double's match for FSU as they overpowered Ellah Nze and Reka Zsilinska 8-7 (5). Sophomore Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany) and other co-captain Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas) started their doubles match strong, but were unable to sustain their energy and fell to No. 19 Melissa Mang and Amanda Granson 8-4.

"We are going to have to step up when given opportunities," Hyde said. "We didn't execute points in doubles. We need to be able to execute the point when its 40-15. Once we learn to do that, we will be able to win these matches. We need to capitalize and be courageous. All you can do is keep pushing and keep your head up."

Singles was not a better story either as all but one Seminole were defeated by their opponents. FSU's Sucupira continued her successful run as she was the lone player to win as she conquered Duke's Jessi Robinson 6-4, 6-2. Concluding the match for the Garnet and Gold was No. 56 nationally-ranked Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) battling No. 32 Mallory Cecil. After winning the first set in a tiebreaker 7-6 (6), Rybakova pushed Cecil into yet another tiebreaker for the second set, but was overpowered 7-6 (1). With the fans cheers and Coach Hyde's encouragement, Rybakova was able to push through a third set, but unfortunately fell 6-3.

"At this point, we are in the homestretch of the season," Hyde said. "That's what we will be focusing on. We are looking to get over this hump against UNC on Sunday. We will get over this hump."

#7 Duke 6, #30 Florida State 1

Doubles
No. 1: #19 Amanda Granson/Melissa Mang (DU) d. Jessica Sucupira/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-4
No. 2: Mallory Cecil/Jessi Robinson (DU) d. Katie Rybakova/Noemie Scharle (FSU) 8-2
No. 3: Bonny Davidson/Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Ellah Nze/Reka Zsilinska (DU) 8-7(5)
Singles
No. 1: #32 Mallory Cecil (DU) d. #56 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 6-7(6), 7-6(6), 6-3
No. 2: #23 Ellah Nze (DU) d. #44 Noemie Scharle (FSU) 7-6(4), 6-4
No. 3: #30 Reka Zsilinska (DU) d. Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 6-4, 6-1
No. 4: #73 Amanda Granson (DU) d. #76 Federica Suess (FSU) 6-1, 6-3
No. 5: Melissa Mang (DU) d. Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) 6-4, 7-5
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Jessi Robinson (DU) 6-4, 6-2


FLORIDA STATE 5, NORTH CAROLINA 2
03/22/2009, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

#30 Florida State Upsets #15 UNC To Win First Conference Match, 5-2.

The Seminoles broke their four match losing streak to win big against the Tar Heels.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - With the sun shining brightly and the atmosphere of the fans cheering loudly, the No. 30 Florida State women's tennis team (8-6, 1-4) knew today would be a special day. After being frustrated with their four-match losing streak, the Seminoles came out with a vengeance as they overpowered the No. 15 nationally-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels 5-2 at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

"The team was self-motivated today in their win," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "They created it for themselves. The girls gave a great fight because they got to that point of being frustrated from being so close to winning. They had been fighting and really struggling these past few weeks in order to get over this hump we were in."

Florida State kicked off the match against the Tar Heels, who were undefeated in the conference until today, in doubles. After falling on two courts to give UNC the lead into singles, Florida State knew it had even more work ahead of them if a victory was still on their mind. Court three was the lone doubles' match that found success for FSU as freshman Noemie Scharle (Colmar-berg, Luxembourg) and sophomore Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) teamed up to defeat Sanaz Marand and Jelena Durisic, 8-6.

Singles was a sight to see as Florida State gave the Tar Heels a lot of trouble and frustration with five Seminoles defeating their opponents. Winning the first point for Florida State to tie the match, 1-1, was No. 76 sophomore Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany) trouncing Jelena Durisic 6-2, 6-3. Continuing her triumphs on court six was junior co-captain Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas) with her victory against Jocelyn Ffriend 6-3, 6-1. Meanwhile, the other co-captain, Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah), was taking care of business on court three as she surpassed Austin Smith of UNC, 6-4, 6-4, to make the score 3-2.

The remaining two Seminoles continued the battle on court two and five in hopes of clinching the point for the Garnet and Gold. Court two featured No. 44 Scharle while senior Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland) was on court five. After winning the first set 6-3 against Laura Reichert, Rynarzewska was on her way to win the point as she was up on the second set 5-4. Simultaneously on court two was Scharle fighting back from losing the first set 1-6, then coming back to win the second set 6-3. After going back and forth with Reichert, Rynarzewska clinched the point for the Seminoles with her second set win of 6-3. Scharle too earned her win as she rallied back in the third set to trump No. 53 Sanaz Marand 6-4.

"We were relentless in singles," Hyde said. "They had to play with a belief in themselves. They had to buy into that belief even though we had been coming up short. Playing with that attitude made a huge difference. They truly hung in there and never stopped fighting."

#30 Florida State 5, # 15 North Carolina 2

Doubles
No. 1: #54 Austin Smith/Katrin Tsang (UNC) d. Jessica Sucupira/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-3
No. 2: Meg Fanjoy/Laura Reichert (UNC) d. Bonny Davidson/Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 8-5
No. 3: Katie Rybakova/Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. Jelena Durisic/Sanaz Marand (UNC) 8-6
Singles
No. 1: #93 Katrina Tsang (UNC) d. #56 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 6-4, 6-1
No. 2: #44 Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. #53 Sanaz Marand (UNC) 1-6, 6-3, 6-4
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Austin Smith (UNC) 6-4, 6-4
No. 4: #76 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Jelena Durisic (UNC) 6-2, 6-3
No. 5: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Laura Reichert (UNC) 6-3, 6-3
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Jocelyn Friends (UNC) 6-3, 6-1


FLORIDA STATE 4, VIRGINIA 3
03/27/2009, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Earns Second Win In ACC And Defeats Virginia 4-3.

Ania Rynarzewska clinches third match for the Seminoles.

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - After earning its first ACC win of the season, the No. 25 Florida State women's tennis team practiced strenuously this week to continue the momentum and it worked. Due to weather conditions that caused Florida State to move indoors after starting the first set of singles play, the Seminoles were able to prevail over the distractions as they earned their second victory of the season to improve its record to 9-6, 2-4 and upset another league opponent in No. 22 Virginia, 4-3.

"I'm really proud of the way the girls fought today," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "We dealt with the adversity of moving from outdoors to indoors very well, and as soon as we started play after the move, we competed at a level we needed to win."

Losing the doubles point is definitely something FSU did not have planned, but that is exactly what happened as the Seminoles were overpowered on two courts. The doubles team of sophomore Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa) and junior Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah) were the lone team to win for FSU in doubles as they defeated Claire Bartlett and Maggie Yahner after pushing the Cavaliers threat to a tie breaker 9-8 (4).

Once again the Seminoles were faced to step up their game on singles in order to win the match. Earning the first point for FSU to tie up the score was freshman Noemie Scharle (Colmar-berg, Luxembourg) defeating #78 Jennifer Stevens 6-1, 6-2. Leading the Seminoles to their second point in the face-off was junior co-captain Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas) as she continued her reign on court six with her win against Neela Vaez 6-4, 6-3. Fellow co-captain Macfarlane continued the upward push as she overcame Lindsey Hardenbergh's power in two tie-breaker sets, 7-6 (4), 7-6 (4), to give Florida State its third point and tie the score once again at 3-3.

Earning another victory for the Garnet and Gold as she clinched the point in her third set was senior Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland). Rynarzewska did not start off the match well as she was overpowered by Bartlett 6-0 in the first set. The second set featured the foes battling, but the Seminole was able to pull through as she won 6-4. Rynarzewska, already having secured two other matches for FSU against Florida and UNC, knew how hard she would have to work to come out successful if her team had a shot to win the match. After leading by as much as three points in the third set, the senior was able to push herself to trump Bartlett and win the set 6-2.

"We lost a very close doubles point that we let slip out of our hands," Hyde said. "I can't say enough about Ania's effort today. To be down a set and 0-3 in the second, and find a way to win says so much about her heart. She knew the match was going to come down to her and was an absolute bulldog with this match on her shoulders. We needed this win today, and it was a huge effort by everyone, especially our senior. We will enjoy this win for the next 24 hours or so, but then we have to get focused and ready for another tough match on Sunday."

Florida State now has a quick turn-around as they face #54 Virginia Tech Sunday, March 29 at 10:30 a.m.

#25 Florida State 4, #22 Virginia 3

Doubles
No. 1: #48 Emily Fraser/Jennifer Stevens (UVa) d. Jessica Sucupira/Federica Suess (FSU) 9-8(5)
No. 2: #64 Amanda Rales/Neela Vaez (UVa) d. Katie Rybakova/Noemie Scharle (FSU) 8-5
No. 3: Bonny Davidson/Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Claire Bartlett/Maggie Yahner (UVa) 9-8(4)
Singles
No. 1: #81 Emily Fraser (UVa) d. #56 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 2-6, 6-1, 6-3
No. 2: #44 Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. #78 Jennifer Stevens (UVa) 6-1, 6-2
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Lindsey Hardenbergh (UVa) 7-6(4), 7-6(4)
No. 4: Amanda Rales (UVa) d. #76 Federica Suess (FSU) 6-2, 6-2
No. 5: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Claire Bartlett (UVa) 0-6, 6-4, 6-2
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Neela Vaez (UVa) 6-4, 6-3


FLORIDA STATE 5, VIRGINIA TECH 2
03/29/2009, BLACKSBURG, VA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Continues Streak In ACC With Win Against Virginia Tech, 5-2.

The Seminoles leave Virginia with a 2-0 weekend record.

BLACKSBURG, VA - The No. 25 Florida State women's tennis team continued their winning streak as the Seminoles defeated their third ranked ACC opponent - No. 54 Virginia Tech - to improve their overall record to 10-6 and league record to 3-4.

"Overall we had a pretty good road trip to Virginia," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "Our goal was to walk away 2-0 and to avenge last seasons' loss to Virginia. That loss last year was a big gut check for our team, but to turn around this year and redeem last years loss was great. Today was a battle against Virginia Tech which I have to pay credit to them for coming out ready to play and competing with a lot of purpose."

After allowing Virginia Tech to dominate the doubles portion of the match with their three wins that earned them the doubles point going into singles, the Seminoles regrouped to strategize what steps were necessary in winning against the league foe. Sophomore Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) and freshmen Noemie Scharle (Colmar-berg, Luxembourg) were the strongest doubles threat to the Hokies as they pushed the opposition to a tie-breaker where the pair eventually were overpowered 9-8 (3).

"After losing three very close doubles matches and losing the doubles point again, I was very pleased with how our girls responded immediately in singles," Hyde said. "We were up a set quickly in five of our six singles' matches, which was crucial for us. We needed that momentum swing, and the girls did a great job of making that happen."

Scharle went to work again on singles as she was the first Seminole to win on her court to earn the point for FSU and tie the match. After having a bit of a losing streak on court one, Rybakova was able to pull through and overcome the setback as she defeated Inga Beerman in a three-set match, 6-3, 1-6, 6-1 to give Florida State the lead.

The Garnet and Gold domination was on a roll with senior Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland) winning on court five against Courtney Rauscher 6-1, 2-6, 6-3 earning the third point. Securing the victory for FSU was co-captain Jessica Sucupira on court six. The Texas native overpowered the Hokies' Holly Johnson in the first set 6-1, but fell in the second set, 3-6. With Johnson's push of Sucupira to a third set, the junior quickly overwhelmed her opponent to win the fourth point for FSU with a 6-2 victory.

Closing out the match for Florida State was Lauren Macfarlane's (Ogden, Utah) three-set win of Virginia Tech's Martha Blakely 5-7, 6-4, 7-6.

"After winning those first sets, however, we backed off our game just a bit and Virginia Tech took full advantage of that by winning four or those five second-sets," Hyde said. "The girls did a great job in their third sets and played their games at a very high level. They played their hearts out and deserved the win today."

"I was very happy for Lauren," Hyde added."She was down 3-5 in the third set after our match had been decided. She worked so hard to get things back to even and go on to win that final point for our team. She showed a lot of poise and heart to battle through that match."

Florida State heads home now to rest before another busy weekend in Tallahassee as the Seminoles face two matches next weekend.

#25 Florida State 5, #54 Virginia Tech 2

Doubles
No. 1: Jessica Brouwer/Holly Johnson (VT) d. Jessica Sucupira/Federica Suess (FSU) 9-7
No. 2: Inga Beermann/Martha Blakely (VT) d. Katie Rybakova/Noemie Scharle (FSU) 9-8(3)
No. 3: Yasmin Hamza/Abbey Walker (VT) d. Bonny Davidson/Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 8-5
Singles
No. 1: #56 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Inga Beermann (VT) 6-3, 1-6, 6-1
No. 2: #44 Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. Jessica Brouwer (VT) 6-4, 6-3
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Martha Blakely (VT) 5-7, 6-4, 7-6
No. 4: Yasmin Hamza (VT) d. #76 Federica Suess (FSU) 3-6, 6-3, 6-3
No. 5: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Courtney Rauscher (VT) 6-1, 2-6, 6-3
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Holly Johnson (VT) 6-1, 3-6, 6-2


FLORIDA STATE 6, WAKE FOREST 1
04/03/2009, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Dominates Wake Forest, 6-1.

Federica Suess secures point for FSU in fourth-consecutive league win.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - Continuing the wave of success by earning its fourth-consecutive victory in league play, the No. 17 nationally-ranked Florida State women's tennis team (11-6, 4-4) opened up its last home-match weekend with a victory against No. 34 Wake Forest, 6-1. The Seminoles hit the courts of the Scott Speicher Tennis Center earlier today to help fight breast cancer while also honoring their lone senior, Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland).

"Everyone is feeling really confident right now with their fourth-consecutive ACC victory," FSU head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "Wake Forest is a good team. The girls did a great job after losing the doubles point again. We took an early lead during singles on all six courts by jumping up on all first sets pretty quickly. We did have to play through some adversity. However, all I wanted them to do is to come out and play harder than they did in doubles which they did."

Florida State monopolized singles as all first sets were won by Seminoles to help earn the win. Winning the first point for FSU to tie up the score was junior co-captain Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas). Sucupira dominated Wake's Katarina Reveche in just two sets on court five with a 6-3, 6-0 win. Quickly following Sucupira's lead was fellow co-captain Lauren Macfarlane on court three. The Ogden, Utah native defeated Emilee Malvehy 6-3, 6-1 to give FSU its second match point.

Meanwhile, sophomore Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) was taking care of business on court one with her upset of No. 55 Sasha Kulikova after being down 1-4 in her first set. Rybakova came back to win her match 6-4, 6-4.

Court four featured another sophomore in No. 98 Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany) trumping Wake's Christian Tara 7-5, 6-4.

Despite being thrown into singles after Rynarzewska was unable to play, sophomore Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa) adapted into a singles' threat as she won on court six against Ryann Cutillo of Wake Forest 6-4, 4-6, 10-6.

Closing out the win for Florida State was freshman Noemie Scharle (Colmar-berg, Luxembourg) proving she bleeds Garnet and Gold. After dominating Sierre Poske of Wake Forest 6-1 in the first set, Scharle was pushed to a second set as the newcomer fell 6-2. In spite of feeling pain from an injury, Scharle flourished back in the third set to defeat Poske 6-1.

The Seminoles will continue to look for the doubles' point on Sunday against NC State as Florida State was again overpowered with Wake dominating all three courts to gain the point into singles.

"We got on top of Wake Forest making it difficult for them to recover," Hyde said. "We truly dominated in singles. We are now looking forward to Sunday which is our last home match. We want to pack the stands for our final match."

Florida State will be back in action Sunday, April 5 to face NC State at 12 p.m.

#17 Florida State 6, #34 Wake Forest 1

Doubles
No. 1: Sasha Kulikova/Sierra Poske (WF) d. Katie Rybakova/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-4
No. 2: Aileen Davis/Emilee Malveny (WF) d. Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 8-5
No. 3: Katarina Reveche/Christian Tara (WF) d. Lauren Macfarlane/Noemie Scharle (FSU) 8-2
Singles
No. 1: #65 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #55 Sasha Kulikova (WF) 6-4, 6-4
No. 2: #30 Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. Sierra Poske (WF) 6-1, 2-6, 6-1
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Emilee Malvechy (WF) 6-3, 6-1
No. 4: #98 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Christian Tara (WF) 7-5, 6-4
No. 5: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Katarina Reveche (WF) 6-3, 6-0
No. 6: Bonny Davidson (FSU) d. Ryann Cutillo (WF) 6-4, 4-6, 10-6


FLORIDA STATE 6, NORTH CAROLINA STATE 1
04/05/2009, TALLAHASSEE, FL

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Domesticates Wolfpack 6-1.

The Seminoles earned their fifth-consecutive victory in the ACC.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - With severe weather headed towards the Tallahassee area, the No. 17 Florida State women's team (12-6, 5-4) adapted to changes quickly in its match against NC State Sunday, April 5. In an effort to avoid weather delays, the Seminoles bumped up their face-off with the Wolfpack to 11:30 a.m. and postponed doubles to first battle in singles where FSU again found success. FSU didn't allow the adjustments to hinder its goal as the Seminoles defeated NC State 6-1 to earn its fifth-consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference win.

"We are fired up," FSU head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "It was a good day. They did a fantastic job of coming out in singles ready to go. They got some early leads and never really let up. They did a great job of taking care of business and doing what we have been coaching them to do."

Earning the first point for FSU to give the 1-0 lead was junior co-captain Jessica Sucupira. The Whitehouse, Texas native continued her reign of court six as she defeated Jackie Ussery 6-1, 6-2.

Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland) gained the second point for the Seminoles on court five. The lone senior governed her court in her battle against NC State's Pender Sessoms 6-1, 6-1.

"It is great for Ania to finish her home-match season with a win." Hyde said.

Fellow co-captain Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah) shined on court four as she trounced the Wolfpack's Daria Petrovic 6-1, 6-3 to give FSU the third point.

After losing three points consecutively, the Wolfpack fought back as Daria Petrovic overpowered No. 98 Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany) 6-4, 6-4 to give NC State its first and only point.

Clinching the victory for Florida State was freshman No. 30 Noemie Scharle. The Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg native secured the victory for FSU with her win against No. 113 Berkeley Brock, 6-4, 6-2.

Closing out the singles portion of the match was sophomore No. 65 Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) battling No. 104 Lenka Hojckova. After losing the first set 3-6, Rybakova fought back in the second set, 6-2, to push Hojckova to a third-set match. With the two nationally-ranked players struggling for the third-set win, Rybakova prevailed past the Wolfpack force and trumped Hojckova 6-4.

Luckily for the Seminoles the sun began to shine for both teams to move on to the doubles' portion of the match. Breaking the 11-match stump and earning the doubles point was Florida State winning on all three courts. The Seminoles dictated doubles on court three and two as both matches were closeouts for FSU, 8-0. Earning the first win for FSU on court three was Scharle and Macfarlane teaming up to beat Sessoms and Ussery. Sophomore Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa) paired up with Sucupira to tame the Wolfpack's Petrovic and Barringer on court two.

Although court one took a bit longer to finish than the others, nonetheless FSU found success in concluding the match on a high note with yet another doubles' win as Rybakova and Suess defeated No. 41 nationally-ranked doubles threat Brock and Hojckova 8-3.

"Getting over the hump of the doubles point was very timely," Hyde said. "We needed to do that going into this last weekend of ACC matches and leading into the ACC Championships. They showed today that if they have some conviction with what they are trying to do, then they are better than what the doubles record shows. I am very proud of them. They did a great job."

"Hopefully if all goes well we will back here in May hosting the first two rounds of regionals," Hyde said. "In order to get there, though, we still have a lot of work to do. Right now we are sitting where we need to be and need to keep working to put ourselves in a position to host."

#17 Florida State 6, North Carolina State 1

Doubles
No. 1: Katie Rybakova/Federica Suess (FSU) d. #41 Berkley Brock/Lenka Hojkova (NCS) 8-3
No. 2: Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Neils Barringer/Daria Petrovic (NCS) 8-0
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane/Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. Pender Session/Jackie Ussery (NCS) 8-0
Singles
No. 1: #65 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #104 Lenka Hojckova (NCS) 3-6, 6-2, 6-4
No. 2: #30 Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. #113 Berkeley Brock (NCS) 6-4, 6-2
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Daria Petorvic (NCS) 6-1, 6-3
No. 4: Neils Barringer (NCS) d. #98 Federica Suess (FSU) 6-4, 6-4
No. 5: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Pender Sessons (NCS) 6-1, 6-1
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Jackie Ussery (NCS) 6-1, 6-2


FLORIDA STATE 5, BOSTON COLLEGE 1
04/11/2009, CHESTNUT HILL, MA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Extends Streak With Win Against BC, 5-1.

The Seminoles earned their sixth-consecutive victory in the ACC.

CHESTNUT HILL, MA - The No. 18 Florida State women's tennis team continued the momentum in its last regular-season match road trip this morning as they surpassed yet another Atlantic Coast Conference opponent in No. 73 Boston College, 5-1. Only facing the Eagles in singles, the Seminoles improved their record to 13-6 and 6-4 in the conference. Up next for FSU will be Maryland on Easter Sunday at 10 a.m.

"The girls did a good job today," FSU head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "They are hitting the ball well, playing very smart tennis and getting better with each match. Boston College competed hard against us, but I was pleased with how the girls responded."

Earning the first point for the Seminoles was No. 30 Noemie Scharle (Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg) on court two. The freshman was too much for BC's Katarina Gajic as the Eagle fell to Scharle in her win of 6-1, 6-1. Scharle improved her reign on court two with an 11-1 record.

Court four made the way for the Seminoles second match point in No. 98 Federica Suess' (Ludwigshafen, Germany) win over Alina Sullivan, 6-4, 6-4.

No. 65 Katie Rybakova's match against the Eagles' Lana Kransnopolsky didn't come with an easy win. The Coral Springs, Fla., native was pushed to a three set match as the Seminole won her first set, 6-1, but fell in the second set 4-6. Rybakova fought back in the third set to triumph over Kransnopolsky 6-2.

Despite losing a point on court three with Lauren Macfarlane's (Ogden, Utah) loss of 6-2, 2-6, 6-7 to Lauren Cash, senior Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland) was able to pull through her fourth victory for the Seminoles and clinched the point on court five. Rynarzewska defeated BC's Katherine Attwell 7-5, 6-2.

Maintaining her dominance of court six was junior co-captain Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas) as she overwhelmed Brittany Delaney of Boston College, 6-4, 6-4.

"Tomorrow we have one more road match to focus on before the ACC Tournament next weekend," Hyde said. "Maryland will be ready for us, but this team is excited for the opportunity to finish this regular season their way."

#18 Florida State 5, #73 Boston College 1

Singles
No. 1: #65 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Lana Kransnopolsky (BC) 6-1, 4-6, 6-2
No. 2: #30 Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. Katarina Gajic (BC) 6-1, 6-1
No. 3: Lauren Cash (BC) d. Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 6-2, 2-6, 6-7
No. 4: #98 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Alina Sullivan (BC) 6-4, 6-4
No. 5: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Katherine Attwell (BC) 7-5, 6-2
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Brittany Delaney (BC) 6-4, 6-4


FLORIDA STATE 7, MARYLAND 0
04/12/2009, COLLEGE PARK, MD

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Closes Out Regular Season On 7-0 Streak With Win Against Maryland.

The Seminoles leave Maryland with another weekend sweep.

COLLEGE PARK, MD - Despite a bumpy start to the Atlantic Coast Conference dual-match season, the No. 18 Florida State women's tennis team was able to close out the season on a high note with a 7-0 winning streak as it defeated the Maryland Terrapins today, 7-0. The Seminoles now await the conference call to know which league foe they will face in the ACC tournament next week in Cary, N.C.

"To go 7-0 after starting 0-4 in ACC play says a lot about this team," FSU head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "Our conference is one of the strongest leagues in the nation and for these young ladies to respond like they did after a difficult start to the conference season really shows a lot about their guts and determination."

FSU began its domination of Maryland with doubles victories on court one and two to earn the one point lead into singles. The sophomore's doubles team of Katie Rybakova (Coral Springs, Fla.) and Federica Suess (Ludwigshafen, Germany) rolled past Lisa Miller and Michal Amir of Maryland, 8-3, while Bonny Davidson (Johannesburg, South Africa) and Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas), ranked No. 14 regionally, defeated Julia Huschke and Karin Lundmark, 8-5.

Singles was no different as the Seminoles ruled the courts with wins across the board. Gaining the second point for FSU was Sucupira's defeat of Oksana Krutiyenko on court six, 6-1, 6-2. Finishing second was No. 30 Noemie Scharle (Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg) beating Amir 6-0, 6-2 to give Florida State its third point. Court one featured No. 65 Rybakova clinching the victory for the Garnet and Gold with her win over Eleanor Peters in a three set battle, 2-6, 6-2, 6-2.

Senior Ania Rynarzewska's (Inowroclaw, Poland) triumph over Jordan Hansbrough came next on court five with her 6-3, 6-3 win. Meanwhile, co-captain Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah) was taking care of business on court three as she cruised by Karin Lundmark of Maryland 6-4, 6-2.

Closing out the victory for FSU was No. 98 Suess on court four. Suess was pushed to a first-set tie-breaker where she found success 7-6 (4) against Lisa Miller. The second set wasn't so much of a struggle as the Seminole finished with a 6-3 win.

"We can now put this portion of the season behind us as we look forward to the most exciting part of the year, the post-season including the ACC and NCAA Championships," Hyde said. "We have a tremendous amount of momentum heading into the ACC Championships and we will be ready to go come game time on Thursday. There is still a lot of work ahead of us, and we are fired up for every opportunity in front of us."

Florida State will now turn its attention to the conference tournament.

#18 Florida State 7, Maryland 0

Doubles
No. 1: Katie Rybakova/Federica Suess (FSU) d. Michal Amir/Lisa Miller (UMd) 8-3
No. 2: Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Julia Huschke/Karin Lundmark (UMd) 8-5
No. 3: Jordan Hansbrough/Eleanor Peters (UMd) d. Lauren Macfarlane/Noemie Scharle (FSU) 8-5
Singles
No. 1: #65 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. Eleanor Peters (UMd) 2-6, 6-2, 6-2
No. 2: #30 Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. Michal Amir (UMd) 6-0, 6-2
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Karin Lundmark (UMd) 6-4, 6-2
No. 4: #98 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Lisa Miller (UMd) 7-6(4), 6-3
No. 5: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Jordan Hansbrough (UMd) 6-3, 6-3
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Oksana Krutiyenko (UMd)


FLORIDA STATE 4, NORTH CAROLINA STATE 0
04/16/2009, ACC, Cary, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Overpowers NC State, 4-0, In First Round Of ACC Tournament.

All-ACC honoree Rybakova clinches victory for the Seminoles.

CARY, NC - Moving on to the second round of the Atlantic Coast Conference Championships seems to be an easy task for the Seminoles as the No. 17 Florida State women's tennis team (15-6) will make its 16th quarterfinal's appearance. With FSU's domination over NC State earlier today in the first round of the tournament, 4-0, the group will now look for revenge as they face No. 7 Georgia Tech Friday at 12 p.m.

The Garnet and Gold kicked-off the conquest over the Wolfpack early in the match with their wins on courts one and three to earn the doubles point heading into singles. The doubles team of Lauren Macfarlane and Noemie Scharle on court three started the lead with their win of 8-3 over NC State's Pender Sessoms and Neils Barringer. Securing the point after a tight battle on court one was Katie Rybakova and Federica Suess surpassing Daria Petrovick and Lenka Hojkova, 8-5.

"Getting the doubles' point was big and that was a definite hump for us to get over," FSU head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "We sometimes make it a bit difficult for ourselves, but we are working our way through it. It is very encouraging to see."

Leading Florida State once again and continuing her rule over court six was co-captain Jessica Sucupira (Whitehoue, Texas). The junior was the first to finish for the Seminoles and earned the second point for the squad with her win against Pender Sessoms, 6-0, 6-0.

In spite of being switched from her usual spot on court five to court four for just the second time this season, senior Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland) adapted well as she prevailed past the Wolfpack's Neils Barringer 6-4, 6-2 to give FSU its third match point.

Clinching the victory for Florida State despite losing the first set 2-6 was No. 58 Rybakova on court one. The sophomore bounced back in the second set with a 6-1 win over Lenka Hojkova of NC State and continued her defeat over her opponent in the final set with a 6-0 shut out.

"We had a little bit of a slow start going into singles," Hyde said. "However, once we got rolling in a few spots, we just kept going with the momentum. Everyone played pretty well today. They did a god job of taking care of business even though NC State gave us a bit more trouble than before."

"The girls are really excited to lace up on the court tomorrow and face Georgia Tech," Hyde added. "At the end of the day, they are not playing Tech, but playing the ball. They have to play their games and play in their comfort zones. This is another great opportunity for us. We were in the same position last year against Miami. There is a lot on the line and there is so much to be excited about. We are going to enjoy the environment and make the most of tomorrow."

#17 Florida State 4, NC State 0

Doubles
No. 1: Katie Rybakova/Federica Suess (FSU) d. Lenka Hojkova/Daria Petrovick (NCS) 8-5
No. 2: Berkeley Brock/Daria Mortlock (NCS) d. Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 8-3
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane/Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. Neils Barringer/Pender Sessoms (NCS) 8-3
Singles
No. 1: #58 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #94 Lenka Hojkova (NCS) 2-6, 6-1, 6-0
No. 2: #42 Noemie Scharle (FSU) vs. Berkeley Brock (NCS) 7-5, 1-0, dnf
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) vs. Daria Petorvic (NCS) 7-5, 4-3, dnf
No. 4: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) d. Neils Barringer (NCS) 6-4, 6-2
No. 5: #103 Federica Suess (FSU) vs. Diana Mortlock (NCS) 7-6(3), 1-2, dnf
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Pender Sessoms (NCS) 6-0, 6-0


FLORIDA STATE 4, GEORGIA TECH 3
04/17/2009, ACC, Cary, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 17 Florida State Shocks No. 7 Yellow Jackets, 4-3, In Second Round Of ACC Tournament.

The Seminoles make back to back semifinal appearances and move on to the third round for only the third time in program history.

CARY, NC - Proving the critics wrong and dominating as the underdog seem to be a thing to do for the No. 17 Florida State women's tennis team. The Seminoles closed out the second round of the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament with their fifth upset of the season and ninth-consecutive defeat of a conference opponent as they triumphed over No. 7 Georgia Tech, 4-3. Florida State kicked-off the battle seeking revenge against Tech after losing to the Yellow Jackets earlier in the season. This is also the first time since 2004 Florida State has had success over the league enemy. The Garnet and Gold will now face No. 6 Miami in the semifinals for only the third time in school history.

"On paper, we were not meant to win a match like this," FSU head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "The team knows what we are capable of. They believed it and have seen it develop in the last couple of months. That belief made a big difference in the match today. This was a huge team effort which was what it was going to take to beat Georgia Tech. The belief has been there and now they have the proof. I am so proud of the team. The fight was just unbelievably inspiring."

The Seminoles started the match off slow losing the doubles point to the Yellow Jackets. Although FSU fought back after being down 6-0 on court three, Georgia Tech's Amanda McDowell and Lynn Blau overpowered Lauren Macfarlane and Noemie Scharle 8-5 to win the first match. Quickly following their finish was court one where Georgia Tech earned their second victory and the lead point into singles.

"We had a tough loss in doubles today, but it's gotten so much better," Hyde added. "It's been a night and day difference since the start of the semester."

Prevailing past Georgia Tech's No. 57 Noelle Hickey to earn FSU's first match point was co-captain Macfarlane on court three. The Ogden, Utah native upset the Yellow Jacket 6-2, 6-1 to tie up the match, 1-1.

Giving Georgia Tech the lead, 2-1, with her win on court four was No. 43 Christy Striplin. The league foe was too much for senior Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland) to handle as the Seminole fell 6-1, 6-1.

After battling against Georgia Tech's Lynn Blau on court six, junior Jessica Sucupira (Whitehouse, Texas) prevailed past the Yellow Jacket 6-1 in the first set and trumped the rival 7-6 (1) in the second set tie-breaker. The co-captain gave FSU its second point and tied the match 2-2.

Meanwhile, courts two, five and one featured an array of nationally ranked Seminoles and Yellow Jackets battling for the third team point.

Earning Florida State's third point in the second upset of the day was sophomore Katie Rybakova on court one. The Coral Springs, Fla. native was pushed to a three set match after losing the first set 4-6 to No. 21 Amanda McDowell then bouncing back in the second set 6-4. The Seminole went on to surpass the Yellow Jacket in the third set 6-3.

Once again the score tied up 3-3 as Scharle (Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg) fell to Georgia Tech's No. 12 Irina Falconi in another three set struggle 6-4, 2-6, 4-6. The match was now in the hands of Federica Suess.

Highlighting the match with her fight as the last Seminole standing was the sophomore on court five. Suess got a sluggish start as she lost her first set to Sasha Krupina 4-6. However, that didn't stop the Seminole from pushing back as she won her second set 7-5. Finishing up the astounding day for the squad was Suess' third set conquest of 6-3 to clinch the victory for Florida State. This is the first time this season the Ludwigshafen, Germany native has secured a win for the team.

"This is the first time in my tenure we have beaten former NCAA Champion Georgia Tech," Hyde said. "This team is once again on its way to making more history. At this point we feel pretty confident with this win and its going to put us in a much better position to host. We are playing our best tennis now at the end of the season and this last three weeks is when we need to bring it."

"We are really going to enjoy this win tonight and come out against Miami and give them everything we've got," Hyde said. "We still have plenty of tennis ahead of us."

FSU will square off against the Hurricanes tomorrow, April 18 at 10 a.m.

#17 Florida State 4, #7 Georgia Tech 3

Doubles
No. 1: #29 Noelle Hickey/Christy Striplin (GT) d. Katie Rybakova/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-5
No. 2: Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) vs. Irina Falconi/Sasha Krupina (GT) 4-5, dnf
No. 3: Lynn Blau/Amanda McDowell (GT) d. Lauren Macfarlane/Noemie Scharle (FSU) 8-5
Singles
No. 1: #58 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #21 Amanda McDowell (GT) 4-6, 6-4, 6-3
No. 2: #12 Irina Falconi (GT) d. #42 Noemie Scharle (FSU) 6-4, 2-6, 4-6
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. #57 Noelle Hickey (GT) 6-2, 6-1
No. 4: #43 Christy Striplin (GT) d. Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) 6-1, 6-1
No. 5: #103 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Sasha Krupina (GT) 4-6, 7-5, 6-3
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Lynn Blau (GT) 6-1, 7-6(7-1)


MIAMI 4, FLORIDA STATE 0
04/18/2009, ACC, Cary, NC

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Falls In Semifinals Of ACC Tournament To Miami, 4-0.

The Seminoles head home to prepare for the NCAA Tournament starting next month.

CARY, NC - After upsetting their fifth opponent of the season yesterday and making just its third semifinal appearance in program history, the No. 17 Florida State women's tennis team (16-7) hit the end of the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament road today as it fell to No. 6 Miami, 4-0.

"We came in as the fifth seed and are leaving in the top four," FSU head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "We are starting to establish the consistency of being one of the best teams in the league and our ACC league is one of the best in the nation. For us to be sitting in the top four of the company we are keeping, that says a lot about the program and where it started. There are a lot of things to take from this weekend."

The two in-state rivals started battling early beginning with doubles. After Florida State won the first match on court three with Lauren Macfarlane and Noemie Scharle blowing over the Hurricane's Claudia Wasilewski and Gabriela Mejia 8-1, Miami fought back to win court one as Julia Cohen and Bianca Eichkorn defeated Katie Rybakova and Federica Suess 9-7. Despite putting up a tough fight on court two and pushing Michaela Kissell and Laura Vallverdu of Miami to a tie-breaker, the dynamic duo of Jessica Sucupira and Bonny Davidson fell 9-8 (3) to give the Hurricanes the one point lead into singles.

"We had every opportunity in doubles today and it was the best we have looked all year," Hyde said. "We had every opportunity to take that point and I do wonder how the rest of he match would have gone if we had. I know it would have given us a tremendous amount of momentum. Unfortunately after we lost that, we went a little bit flat in singles."

Miami's second match point came from court four as senior Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland) was overpowered by the Hurricanes' No. 50 Michaela Kissell 6-3, 6-2.

Court three was also not successful for the Seminoles as co-captain Macfarlane fell to No. 30 Bianca Eichkorn, 6-0, 6-3, to give Miami its third point.

Already being down three points, the Seminoles were unable to push against the Hurricanes' force as court two was that last match of day featuring Miami's No. 25 Laura Vallverdu beating Scharle 6-3, 6-4 to clinch the fourth point for the league foe.

"Now its time for us to take some days off and catch our breath after a great, hard fought week," Hyde added. "We have a lot to look forward to with the NCAA's next month. May 8th is going to be a big day for us and it's when we will begin working towards our next set of goals which is to make it to the final site of the NCAA Tournament. I am very confident about the opportunity to host again with our big top 10 win yesterday. The best is still ahead."

Florida State will head home to rest and recuperate before turning their focus to the NCAA Tournament next month.

#6 Miami 4, #17 Florida State 0

Doubles
No. 1: #13 Michaela Kissell/Laura Vallverdu (UM) d. Katie Rybakova/Federica Suess (FSU) 9-7
No. 2: #52 Julia Cohen/Bianca Eichkorn (UM) d. Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 9-8(7-3)
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane/Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. Gabriela Mejia/Claudia Wasilewski (UM) 8-1
Singles
No. 1: #58 Katie Rybakova (FSU) vs. #4 Julia Cohen (UM) 1-6, 6-3, dnf
No. 2: #25 Laura Vallverdu (UM) d. #42 Noemie Scharle (FSU) 6-3, 6-4
No. 3: #30 Bianca Eichkorn (UM) d. Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 6-0, 6-3
No. 4: #50 Michaela Kissell (UM) d. Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) 6-3, 6-2
No. 5: #103 Federica Suess (FSU) vs. Gabriela Mejia (UM) 2-6, 1-4, dnf
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) vs. Claudia Wasilewski (UM) 6-2, 2-1, dnf


FLORIDA STATE 4, AUBURN 0
05/09/2009, NCAA, Gainesville, Fl

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 18 Florida State Rolls Past No. 33 Auburn To Move On To Second Round Of The NCAA Tournament.

Rybakova's upset of the No. 5 player in the country highlights the match.

GAINESVILLE, FL - Playing their best tennis of the season the No. 18 Florida State women's tennis team dominated the Ring Tennis Complex at the Linder Stadium this morning in the first round of the 2009 NCAA Tournament with its defeat of No. 33 Auburn, 4-0. Despite temperatures hitting above 90 degrees Fahrenheit, the Seminoles improved their season record to 17-7 and will face either No. 15 Florida or College of Charleston tomorrow, May 10, at 2 p.m. at the instate rival's home courts

"The girls started off very strong and set the tone very early," FSU head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "They were very aggressive in doubles and played very solid. They placed the ball very well. They moved well and took some chances. Everything just came together in doubles. We have been hoping it would come. They just did such a good job of commanding in doubles which set the tone for the entire match."

FSU kicked-off the match against the Tigers with their most solid doubles performance of the season. Winning the first point was the dynamic duo of Noemie Scharle and Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah) on court three with their defeat of Fani Chifchieva and Taylor Schreimann, 8-1. Scharle and Macfarlane improve their record on court three to 4-3. Securing the doubles point for the Seminoles was court two with Jessica Sucupira and Bonny Davidson's win over Myrthe Molenveld and Daniela Vukadinovic, 8-2, to advance their record to 3-3. Sucupira is only one doubles win away from tying the career doubles wins leader with 73 defeats.

"We came out in singles in every court, with the exception of maybe one court, and took a lead," Hyde added. "We didn't play as a team that hasn't played in three weeks. That can be attributed to our practices being so good and a lot of competition within our team. It was good to see the girls come out and play high percentage tennis and be aggressive. We weren't passive."

Florida State continued the momentum into singles by winning all the first sets. Earning FSU's second match point was Macfarlane on court three as she tamed the Tigers' Molenveld, 6-2, 6-3.

Highlighting the day for the Seminoles was court one with sophomore Katie Rybakova winning the third point for her team. No. 50 Rybakova battled with No. 5 Chifchieva and overpowered the Tiger with her upset of 6-2, 6-4. The amazing victory is the second-biggest win in the sophomore's career at FSU.

"For Katie to come out at this point in the year and beat the No. 5 player in the country says a lot about where she has come from," Hyde said. "She has been on a roller coaster ride which has leveled out greatly in the last month for her. Now she has every reason in the world to have all the belief for her. What a great win for Katie. Everything seems to be finally coming together."

Clinching the triumph for Florida State was sophomore No. 106 Federica Suess on court four. Despite being down a few points in the first set, the Ludwigshafen, Germany native fought back to take down Auburn's Whitney Chappell 6-4, 6-2 and give FSU its fourth point.

The Seminoles will be back in action tomorrow afternoon at 2 p.m. where the team will face the winner between Florida and College of Charleston.

"We are going to have a great crowd out here tomorrow from our Tallahassee clan and families," Hyde said. "If we face Florida tomorrow, at the end of the day, it is Florida, but it's just one more obstacle on our way to getting to Texas. We are not going to think about who we are playing against. Obviously there will be that natural rivalry with two in-state schools playing each other. This will just be another obstacle for us to overcome in getting to Texas. That is our focus and we won't be content with anything short of that. We are going to just continue to do what we have been doing."

Doubles
No. 1: Katie Rybakova/Federica Suess (FSU) vs. #12 Whitney Chappell/Alex Haney (AU) 7-5 dnf
No. 2: Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Myrthe Molenveld/Daniela Vukadinovic (AU) 8-2
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane/Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. Fani Chifchieva/Taylor Schreimann (AU) 8-1
Singles
No. 1: #50 Katie Rybakova (FSU) d. #5 Fani Chifchieva (AU) 6-2, 6-4
No. 2: #35 Noemie Scharle (FSU) vs. #28 Alex Haney (AU) 6-3, 4-6, 3-2 dnf
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) d. Myrthe Molenveld (AU) 6-2, 6-3
No. 4: #106 Federica Suess (FSU) d. Whitney Chappell (AU) 6-4, 6-2
No. 5: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) vs. Daniela Vukadinovic (AU) 6-4, 5-3
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) vs. Jil Hastenrath (AU) 6-4, 3-1 dnf


FLORIDA 4, FLORIDA STATE 2
05/10/2009, GAINESVILLE, FL, NCAA

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Florida State Suffers Heartbreaking Loss To Florida In Second Round Of NCAA Tournament.

The Seminoles hit the end of the road in a season full of highs and lows.

GAINESVILLE, FL - In one of the most upsetting losses of the season, the No. 18 Florida State women's tennis team fell to in-state rival No. 15 Florida earlier this afternoon in the second round of the 2009 NCAA Tournament. After battling with the Gators in temperatures higher than 90 degrees Fahrenheit and earning two victories in singles, the Seminoles were unable to handle Florida's force and lost 4-2.

"We played well, but we just didn't capitalize on opportunities that we had," FSU head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "There is a not a player on my team who I don't fully believe in. We left it all out there today. It was a great match. We had a great year. We were a match short of where we wanted to go this year. I am unbelievably proud of my team. They really came together. They bought in all season. They got better and that process was achieved at a very high level. We did play our best tennis at the end of the year. We just came across the Florida team who was a little bit better than us in certain spots. The girls have no reason to walk out of here with heads low."

The heated battle started off early in doubles as the Seminoles cruised past the Gators on court three with Lauren Macfarlane and Noemie Scharle stomping on Brooke Allen and Lauren Wolken, 8-0, to earn the first doubles win. Unfortunately, the Gators were quick to respond as the Orange and Blue won court one with No. 18 Marrit Boonstra and Joanna Mather. Earning the third doubles victory and giving Florida the lead into singles was the No. 25 nationally-ranked team of Jessica Alexander and Anastasia Revzina beating Jessica Sucupira and Bonny Davidson, 8-4.

In spite of losing the doubles point, the Seminoles were able to prevail past the set back and continue to battle with Florida. Taking court six with an easy victory and continuing her reign was Sucupira as the junior co-captain trumped Lauren Wolken 6-0, 6-0 to tie up the score, 1-1.

Court four was the next to finish as the Gators' Alexander took control of sophomore Federica Suess, 6-2, 6-2, to give UF the lead again. Despite winning the first set, 6-1, against Florida's No. 8 Boonstra, No. 50 Katie Rybakova was overpowered by the Gator in the next two sets as she fell 6-2, 6-1, to give UF its third match point.

Gaining FSU's second match point was Scharle of court two with an amazing comeback. The freshman fell in the first set, 2-6, but was able to prevail past Anastasia Revzina in the second set, 6-2, to push the Gator to a third set where the Seminole again dominated the court, 6-1.

"Noemie did a great job of outlasting her opponent," Hyde added. "She has been dealing with a lot in her freshman year. Yesterday she had a bit of a rough day. She didn't lose, but she still was getting through some hurdles. She did a lot today and shows you what a career she is going to have at Florida State."

The victory was now in the hands of court three with Macfarlane and court five with Ania Rynarzewska.

Macfarlane appeared to be overpowering Joanna Mather as the Seminoles won the first set 6-2. However, the match hit a halt for FSU as Macfarlane fell in her second set 4-6. Simultaneously, the lone Florida State senior, Rynarzewska, was in one of her toughest matches of the season against Barbara Pinterova on court five. Rynarzewska fell in the first set 2-6, but was able to fight back and win the tie breaker in the second set 7-6 (3). As Florida State continued to persevere through the warpath, the Seminoles fell in a heartbreaking match point as Mather overpowered Macfarlane to take the point and clinch the victory for Florida, 6-3, in the third set.

In even more upsetting reality, the Seminoles also said goodbye to their lone senior as it was her last match wearing Garnet and Gold. Rynarzewska was complimented by Hyde when said she was an excellent player in that she could always outlast her opponent.

"Ania did a fantastic job all year with clinching matches and coming back from behind," Hyde said. "I knew she was going to outlast her opponent. Not just this year, but in her whole career she as been able to do it. She had an unbelievable career. I can't even believe it's over for her. We have been through so much. She was on the team when we weren't even making the NCAA Tournament and now she is playing for a position in the top 16. She has taken the team to new levels. She has ownership in setting the foundation of what the program is now. We are going to miss her dearly."

Doubles
No. 1: #18 Marrit Boonstra/Joanna Mather (UF) d. Katie Rybakova/Federica Suess (FSU) 8-5
No. 2: #50 Jessica Alexander/Anastasia Revina (UF) d. Bonny Davidson/Jessica Sucupira (FSU) 8-4
No. 3: Lauren Macfarlane/Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. Brooke Allen/Lauren Wolken (UF) 8-0
Singles
No. 1: #8 Marrit Boonstra (UF) d. #50 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 1-6, 6-2, 6-1
No. 2: #35 Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. #40 Anastasia Revzina (UF) 2-6, 6-1, 6-1
No. 3: Joanna Mather (UF) d. Lauren Macfarlane (FSU) 2-6, 6-4, 6-3
No. 4: Jessica Alexander (UF) d. #106 Federica Suess (FSU) 6-2, 6-2
No. 5: Ania Rynarzewska (FSU) vs. Barbara Pinterova (UF) 2-6, 7-6(3) dnf
No. 6: Jessica Sucupira (FSU) d. Lauren Wolken (UF) 6-0, 6-0


NCAA INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
05/25/2009, May 20-25, 2009, College Station, Tx

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

Freshman Prevails Past First Round Of NCAA Women's Tennis Singles Championship.

Scharle now faces the top player in the country.

May 20, 2009

COLLEGE STATION, TX - Although the day didn't start as planned for the Florida State Seminoles, it ended with an exciting victory in Noemie Scharle. The freshman will now battle against No. 1 Maria Mosolova of Northwestern in the second round Thursday morning. Scharle's second round appearance is the first time since 1996 a Seminole has competed in the round of 32.

"The first match at the NCAA Championships is always the toughest to get through," head coach Jennifer Hyde said. "Noemie did a great job of working through some kinks today and doing what she needed to do to get the win. She is very excited about playing the No. 1 player in the country and the No. 1 seed of these championships. Tomorrow presents an exciting opportunity for Noemie. We will enjoy this first win this evening, get some food and some good rest tonight and get ready to play against one of college's best players. It's a great opportunity."

The day started off slow for the Seminoles as sophomore Katie Rybakova fell in the first match of the day. Ranked 50th in the nation, Rybakova was overpowered by No. 38 Kristy Frilling of Notre Dame 6-1, 6-2.

However, Scharle was there to turn things around for FSU in her match against No. 60 Jenni Heinser of San Francisco. The power-hitting rookie dominated the first set with a 6-4 win. The second set wasn't successful for Scharle as Heinser pushed the Seminole to a third set after falling 4-6. Scharle retaliated in the third set as the newcomer conquered Heinser with a 6-2 win to close out the match and move on to the second round. Scharle, a Colmar-Berg, Luxembourg native, faces the top player in the country, Mosolova, who enters the competition with a 34-7 record this season as opposed to the Seminole's 17-6 record.


Seminole Falls In Tough Battle At NCAA Women's Tennis Singles Championship.

Scharle pushed the top player in the country to a three-set match.

May 21, 2009

COLLEGE STATION, TX - In one of her best performances of the season, freshman Noemie Scharle fell in a heartbreaking lost to the No. 1 player in the country, Maria Mosolova of Northwestern, in a three-set battle at the Georgia P. Mitchell Tennis Center. What began with the nation's top 64 players in the country will now slim down to the top 16 student-athletes vying to be crowned as the 2009 NCAA Women's Tennis Singles Champion.

The Seminole kicked-off the exciting day in the first match in the round of 32 facing the nation's top athlete in Mosolova who entered the match against Scharle with an impressive 31-7 record this season. Scharle started off the battle strong from the start as she dominated Mosolova 6-3 in the first set to give her an extra boost into the second set. After swapping leads in the second set, Mosolova was too much for Scharle as she fell 4-6 to push the match into a third set. Scharle knew she had to continue fighting if she still wanted a chance at winning. However, things started to look grim for the Seminole as an injury began to show itself. Scharle was able to fight back and tie the score 5-5, but the momentum slowly slipped away as Mosolova won the next game to take the lead and then closed out the match with a 7-5 victory.

Although the road has come to an end for the freshman, Scharle finished her season with a notable 17-7 record and has proven to be one of the Seminoles' strongest forces for next season.


05/20/2009
Singles
#38 Kristy Frilling (ND) d. #50 Katie Rybakova (FSU) 6-1, 6-2
#35 Noemie Scharle (FSU) d. #60 Jenni Heinser (USF) 6-4, 4-6, 6-2

05/21/2009
Singles
#1 Maria Mosolova (NW) d. #35 Noemie Scharle (FSU) 3-6, 6-4, 7-5