Ferny Angeles Paz
Ferny  Angeles Paz


Lima, Peru

High School:
Pervano Chino Juan XXIII



Trio of Buckeyes Recognized by ITA for Academic Success

Angeles Paz, Flower and Kowase named ITA Scholar-Athletes


No. 4 Buckeyes' NCAA Tourney Run Ends with Quarterfinal Loss

Ohio State falls to Oklahoma State 4-2, closes season 31-3


No. 4 Buckeyes Down Georgia Tech 4-2 to Reach NCAA Quarterfinals

Ohio State to take on winner of Oklahoma State Saturday


No. 4 Buckeyes on to Round of 16 with 4-1 Win over UCLA

Ohio State advances to third round for first time


Buckeyes Sweep B1G Awards, Place Four on All-B1G Teams

Di Lorenzo recognized as Big Ten Player and Big Ten Freshman of the Year


Buckeyes vs Yellow Jackets in NCAA Round of 16

Buckeyes vs Yellow Jackets in NCAA Round of 16


Buckeyes Down UCLA in NCAA Second Round

Buckeyes Down UCLA in NCAA Second Round


NCAA Tournament First Round vs. YSU

NCAA Tournament First Round vs. YSU


Big Ten Tournament Champions!

Buckeyes Win B1G Tournament (Photo credit Matt Mitchell)


Buckeyes Top Northwestern on Senior Day

Buckeyes Top Northwestern on Senior Day

Ohio State Career: Two-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and ITA Scholar-Athlete and an Academic All-Big Ten selection ... undefeated in doubles play as a freshman (14-0) ... 45-23 career singles mark and 46-13 doubles ledger through Fall 2015.

2015-16 (Junior Season/Fall): 8-4 in singles and 11-4 in doubles ... reached ITA Midwest Regional final with Sandy Niehaus, falling in the championship match to teammates Anna Sanford and Miho Kowase ... duo picked up three doubles wins at regionals before losing in tiebreaker in final ... advanced to singles quarterfinals at regionals, dropping a three-set match to No. 125 ranked Lauren Chypyha of Wisconsin ... 2-1 at Baylor tournament and at UT Fall Invite in singles .. reached Jack Kramer Invitational quarterfinals with Niehaus ... 3-1 in doubles at UT Fall Invite paired with Niehaus ... ranked 36th nationally and fourth in the region with Niehaus and ranked 12th in singles in the region in first ITA rankings of 2016.

2014-15 (Sophomore Season): 13-11 in singles overall on the year, with 12-5 doubles ledger ... 5-2 in Big Ten singles play ... saw action on courts three, four and five during the spring ... 8-4 dual match record in doubles, with perfect 6-0 mark in B1G matches with partner Miho Kowase; duo was 8-3 at No. 2 ... clinched team’s road victory at No. 19 Georgia Tech with a win at No. 4 singles ... 5-4 in singles during the fall and advanced to singles round of 16 at ITA Midwest Regional ... 4-1 in doubles during the fall, including 3-0 ledger with Grainne O’Neill at Baylor Invitational Oct. 3-5 ... ranked No. 54 in preseason ITA doubles poll with Kowase ... captured ITA Midwest Summer Circuit doubles title with Kowase at Indiana July 29 ... earned ITA Scholar-Athlete, Ohio State Scholar-Athelte and Academic All-Big Ten accolades.

2013-14 (Freshman Season): Teamed up with Miho Kowase to end regular season with perfect 14-0 dual record and 7-0 B1G record… duo went 15-2 in the spring, posting 12-2 record at No.3 doubles with one and two wins on courts one and two, respectively … ranked as high as No. 75 in ITA doubles poll with Kowase in spring season ... notched 15 wins in dual singles play with a 6-2 record in B1G outings … sealed the Buckeye upset vs. No.27 Tennessee at home at No. 3 singles with 6-3, 7-5 victory Feb. 21 … win vs. Tennessee sparked seven-match singles win streak through March 21 ... 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 … 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 .… named ITA and Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.

Pervano Chino Juan XXIII: Ranked as high as No. 50 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 ... 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.

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