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
Manashirova and Steele collect MVP honors
Buckeyes downed by Wildcats, 4-0
Buckeyes down Penn State, 4-2, in the first round
Women's Tennis - Big Ten Tournament Quarterfinals
Women's Tennis - Senior Day Win vs. Michigan State
Women's Tennis vs. Arkansas
2010-11 (Junior season): Earned second team All-Big Ten honors following 14-win season in singles ... played 10 matches at No. 1 singles following injury to Paloma Escobedo ... picked up three wins against ranked opponents, including Iowa's Sonja Molnar (No. 114), Michigan State's Amy Barton (No. 121) and Minnesota's Natalia Pintusava (No. 74) ... earned 12 doubles victories playing at the No. 1 and No. 2 spots, including four Big Ten matches ... teamed with Cami Hubbs to take down 19th-ranked Michigan State doubles tandem of Amy Barton and Marina Bohrer April 10 ... ranked No. 125 nationally and No. 15 in Midwest Region and joined with Gabby Steele to form 50th-ranked doubles duo in first poll of 2011 ... named assistant captain for 2011 squad ... finished with four singles victories in the fall, including a 2-6, 6-3, 6-3 decision against Elena Chernyakova of Northwestern at the Arizona State Thunderbird ... posted a 6-2, 2-6, 6-1 victory over Rachael White of Illinois at the USTA/ITA Midwest Regional Championship ... joined with Hubbs to record an 8-2 win against Jessica Stiles and Marni Venter of Kentucky at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships ... posted four doubles victories in the fall, one with Hubbs and three with Gabby Steele ... upset 10th-ranked doubles duo of Kristy Frilling and Shannon Mathews of Notre Dame with Steele in quarterfinals of ITA Midwest Regional ... Academic All-Big Ten ... OSU Scholar-Athlete.
2009-10 (Sophomore season): Shared the team lead for dual-match singles victories (19) with Kirsten Flower and Gabby Steele ... finished with 23 singles wins, playing predominately at the No. 3 spot ... along with Steele, led the team with a 7-3 conference record ... picked up victories against ranked opponents in three matches (No. 115 Amy Sargeant of Fresno State and No. 104 and 116 Lauren Lui of Northwestern) ... began and ended the season on winning streaks, taking her first seven matches to begin the spring season and wrapped up play on a five-match win streak ... teamed with Cami Hubbs to form the top doubles tandem and earn 17 doubles victories, including an 8-1 upset of No. 41 Julie Chao and Ana Guzman of Rice March 27 ... joined Hubbs to reach the doubles quarterfinals at the ITA Midwest Regional ... the duo combined to achieve a team-leading 5-2 record through the fall ... advanced through pre-qualifying rounds in singles at the ITA Midwest Regional Championship with three wins ... 2010 Buckeye Power Club award recipient ... OSU Scholar-Athlete ... Academic All-Big Ten.
2008-09 (Freshman season): Played predominantly in the lower half of the singles lineup in the spring season, going 7-4 in dual matches with a 4-1 mark at No. 6 singles ... got stronger as the spring went on, winning her last four singles matches ... 6-2, 6-2 win over Dana Larson of Wisconsin on the final day of the regular season proved big as the Buckeyes escaped with a 4-3 win ... was part of the senior day sweep against Indiana, winning 6-2, 5-7, 1-0 (7) over Myriam Sopel at No. 6 singles ... had an impressive fall campaign, picking up a team-best six singles wins ... went undefeated in singles at the Hoosier Classic, including a straight set victory over Stephanie Wooten of Purdue on the final day ... was 5-3 in doubles ... knocked off Gabriella Meija of Miami (Fla.) at the William and Mary Invitational ... combined with Julie Voss to go 3-1 in doubles at the William and Mary Invitational ... won her opening round singles match at the ITA Midwest Regional but was defeated by 78th-ranked Cosmina Ciobanu of Notre Dame in the second round.
Oakwood: Won the Ohio Division II state title as a freshman and then led Oakwood to a team title as a sophomore ... Division II state runner-up as a senior ... took junior season of high school off to participate in Nick Saviano High Performance Tennis Academy in Sunrise, Fla. ... ranked as the No. 53 prospect in the country, No. 5 in the Great Lakes Region and No. 3 in Ohio as a graduating senior ... was a three-time MVTCA All-Area Player of the Year ... was nominated three times for the Rae Burick Women in Sports Award and was an honor student.
Personal: Daughter of Karen and John Haviland...has an older sister, Courtney... enjoysreading, spending time with family and friends, running, shopping and traveling.
Haviland Career Stats