Team recognized, along with Becker, Malley, Flower, Angeles Paz and Kowase
Buckeyes and Gamecocks will compete in first round at 10 a.m. Friday in Durham, N.C.
De Santis, Kowase named First Team All-Big Ten, Niehaus on second team
Ohio State No. 3 seed, opens play Friday
Buckeyes earn sixth-straight victory
2013-14 (Freshman season):Totaled nine singles victories in fall slate ... recorded a 6-1 ledger in doubles play with Noelle Malley ... notched a 2-1 record in ITA Midwest Regional with wins against Wisconsin's Anastasia Tripolskaya and IPFW's Mayu Sato Oct. 10 ... advanced to the singles quarterfinals of Jack Kramer Collegiate Invite with three victories in straight sets Nov. 7 ... advanced to doubles final at Jack Kramer Collegiate Invite with three wins alongside Malley ... recorded 3-0 ledger in doubles play at Tennessee Fall Invite Oct. 25-27 ... captured debut singles match in straight sets vs. West Virginia's Oana Maole Oct. 5 at Akron Fall Invite.
Pervano Chino Juan XXIII: Earned a career-high No. 50 ranking in the junior ITF standings ... doubles champion at Grade 2 ITF tournament in Argentina ... claimed first ITF tournament at age 14 ... a two-time doubles finalist in Grade 1 ITF contests in Brazil and Colombia ... reached the semifinals in singles competition in two Grade 2 ITF outings in Chile and Argentina.
Personal: Daughter of Mery and Walter ... majoring in economics ... favorite hobbies include listening to music, hanging out with friends and going to the movies ... greatest sports thrill was traveling alone to first ITF tournament and capturing first ITF junior tournament title at 14.