Buckeyes celebrate Senior Day, look to Big Ten Tournament
Buckeyes celebrate Senior Day Sunday 11 a.m. in regular season finale
Buckeyes will honor seniors Kara Cecil, Fidan Manashirova and Gabby Steele prior to Sunday's match
Manashirova leads Ohio State with seven conference singles win this season
Buckeyes will host Northwestern at noon Sunday
Senior Day: Ohio State vs. Michigan
Women's Tennis vs. Nebraska
Muirfield Collegiate Tennis Invitational
Women's Tennis - Big Ten Tournament Quarterfinals
Women's Tennis - Senior Day Win vs. Michigan State
Ohio State Career: An Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.
2012-13 (Sophomore season): Ranked 41st in the first Campbell's/ITA College Tennis Rankings of 2013 ... Finished fall season with five consecutive singles wins with two victories over a ranked opponent at Lady Vols Classic after topping No. 18 Brynn Boren of Tennessee and No. 19 Joelle Kissell of NC State ... compiled a 7-4 singles record and 6-5 doubles record in fall slate ... alongside Kara Cecil, duo advanced to quarterfinals of doubles main draw of USTA/ITA Midwest Regional ... tandem with Cecil ties for team-high five doubles wins ... posted straight-set wins and a super tiebreaker victory to go 3-0 on the weekend in singles at Brown Classic Nov. 2-3.
2011-12 (Freshman season): Tied for second on the team with 19 singles wins and ranked third in the spring with 15 victories ... tied for second on squad with seven Big Ten Conference wins ... played mostly at No. 4 singles, going 11-5, and was 4-3 at No. 5 ... 15 doubles wins overall, including 10 in the spring ... won eight of last 10 completed singles matches, including a victory over No. 108-ranked Mimi Nguyen of Michigan April 22 ... played majority of the dual season with Kara Cecil at the No. 1 doubles spot ... earned four singles wins during inaugural fall campaign, including first collegiate victory against Dayton's Claire McNulty, 6-1, 6-2, in consolation action at the Muirfield Collegiate Tennis Invitational ... picked up final win of fall against DePaul's Kelsey Lawson in consolation at the USTA/ITA Midwest Regional ... tallied five doubles wins alongside Kara Cecil ... joined with Cecil to notch a quarterfinal run at the Midwest Regional after downing duos from Illinois-Chicago and DePaul ... upset 60th-ranked Fellerhoff and Shine of Louisville to finish third place in doubles at the Muirfield Invitational ... named an Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.
Rochester High School: Played No. 1 singles throughout her high school career, finishing with 107 wins, including a pair of undefeated seasons as a sophomore (25-0) and senior (29-0) ... clinched Michigan Division I State Championship at No. 1 singles following sophomore and senior seasons ... named Miss Tennis of Michigan following senior year ... four-time regional and league champion ... four-time all-conference, first-team All-Michigan and All-Michigan Academic ... three-time team MVP ... team captain as a junior and senior ... 2011 National High School Tennis All-American ... recipient of 2010 Jean and Jerry Hoxie Memorial Award ... lists greatest sports thrill as being named 2011 Miss Tennis for the state of Michigan ... a five-star recruit according to tennisrecruiting.net ... ranked No. 1 in state of Michigan, No. 6 in Great Lakes region and No. 35 nationally.
Personal: Daughter of Bob and Sue Dieters ... would like to become a pharmacist ... member of National Honor Society ... graduated with Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude honors ... hobbies include listening to music, watching movies, running, dancing and scrapbooking ... father Bob and uncle Jim played baseball at Oakland University ... father coached the Rochester High School varsity baseball team for 22 years, winning a Michigan High School Athletic Association state championship in 1997, and was elected to the Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame in 2004 ... nominated into National Youth Leadership Foundation.
Kelsey Dieters Career Stats