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2011 Women's Tennis Roster

Sofie Oyen

Height
5' 3"
CLASS
So.
Hometown
Leopoldsburg, Belgium
Experience
1L
School
Leonardo Lyceum Topspot

Sofie Oyen (pronounced OY-yen)

Senior, 5-foot-3, Right-Handed (Leopoldsburg, Belgium)

 

(updated June 12, 2014)

 

Major: Event Management

 

CAREER RECORD

                OVERALL   DUAL        SEC       NCAA     OVERALL     DUAL          SEC          NCAA

YEAR      SINGLES SINGLES SINGLES SINGLES  DOUBLES DOUBLES DOUBLES DOUBLES

2010-11     22-11        15-8          9-0           0-3             30-6           19-5            7-2              6-0

2011-12      30-5         22-2          8-1           5-2             31-6           23-3            9-1              5-2

2012-13      28-9         15-5          8-1           0-3            21-14          19-9            6-6              5-2

2013-14     26-12        17-4          8-2           3-0            20-13          12-9            5-5              3-3

Totals        106-37     69-19        34-4          8-8           102-39        73-26         27-14           19-7

 

All-Time Dual Match , Singles By Position

                                                                                                                                  Overall

                       #1             #2             #3             #4               #5               #6          Record

2010-11                         0-1          13-6          2-1                                                    15-8

2011-12                                          3-0           9-1             10-1                               22-2

2012-13       1-0          14-5                                                                                      15-5

2013-14                         1-0           6-1          10-3                                                   17-4

Totals            1-0          15-6         22-7         21-5            10-1                              69-19

 

CAREER NOTES

·         Career-high ITA singles ranking: 1 (Jan. 3, 2013)

·         Career-high ITA doubles rankings: 1 (eight times, all with Allie Will: Jan. 4, Feb. 17, March 1, 2011; March 27, April 10, 17, 24 & 30, 2012)

·         on Jan. 3, 2013, became the 10th different Gator since the 1988 season to earn the No. 1 national singles ranking, joining Halle Cioffe, Nicole Arendt, Lisa Raymond, Jill Craybas, Jessica Lehnhoff, Alexis Gordon, Jennifer Magley, Diana Srebrovic and Allie Will

·         Selected for the 2012 & 2013 NCAA Singles Championships

·         Selected for the 2012, 2013 & 2014 NCAA Doubles Championships

·         Earned No. 1 Doubles Ranking (five weeks, first on Jan. 4, 2011, with Allie Will)

·         Captured the 2010 ITA National Indoor Doubles Title (with Will)

·         Won the 2010 ITA Southeast Regional Doubles Championship (with Will)

·         2011 Riviera/ITA All American Doubles Finalist (with Allie Will)

·         the 45th Gator to join the 100-win club

·         highest ranked opponent defeated: No. 25 Anna Bartenstein, Miami (2-6, 6-4, 6-1, Oct. 23, 2011, QF USTA/ITA SE Regional Championships)

·         highest ranked opponent played: No. 4 Zsofi Susanyi (California), lost 6-3, 6-4, Riviera All-American Round of 32 (Oct. 3, 2013)

·         became 19th Gator to win 200 career combined singles and doubles match with a 6-2, 6-2 win against Ole Miss’ Mai El Kamash on April 6, 2014

·         Became 16th Gator to win 100 career doubles matches with her 8-3 win with Belinda Woolcock against South Carolina State’s Victoriia Khatcei and Marketa Marcanikova in the NCAA First Round (May 9, 2014)

·         Ninth Gator to win 100 singles and 100 doubles matches in a career

·         Scheduled to earn her bachelor’s degree in event management in August 2014 after performing a summer internship

 

CAREER AWARDS

·         2012 Doubles All-American

·         2011, 2012 & 2013 All-Southeastern Conference First Team

·         2014 Second Team All-SEC

·         2011 NCAA All-Tournament Team, No. 2 Doubles

·         2011 SEC All-Freshman Team

·         SEC Freshman of the Week (April 12, 2011)

·         2012 & 2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll

·         2012 ITA Collegiate All-Star Team for doubles

·         Selected to the 2011 ITA All-Star Team

 

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS

·         combined 208 career singles and doubles wins ranks No. 14 in program history

·         ranks No. 3 in NCAA dual matches for doubles wins (17)

·         32-23 versus ranked opponents (17-11 in dual matches)

·         16-7 record in three-set matches (9-4 in dual matches)

·         19-0 in singles dual-match clinching matches

·         29-6 in doubles-point clinching matches

·         in NCAA dual matches was 7-6 in singles (5-0 in clinchers) and 17-4 in doubles (7-1 in clinching doubles-point matches)

 

AS A SENIOR (2013-14)

Awards

·         Selected for NCAA Doubles Championships (with Belinda Woolcock)

·         Second Team All-SEC

·         SEC Academic Honor Roll

 

Singles – SPRING SEASON:

·         Final National Ranking: 50

·         Final Southeast Region Ranking: 9

·         Season-High National Singles Ranking: 16 (Fall)

·         won her 200th career combined singles and doubles match with a 6-2, 6-2 win against Ole Miss’ Mai El Kamash on April 6

·         17-4 in dual matches (3-0 in NCAAs)

·         5-0 in singles dual-match clinching matches

·         3-2 record in three-set matches (2-1 in dual matches)

·         9-1 in SEC regular-season dual matches

·         5-8 versus ranked opponents (3-2 in dual matches)

·         clinched the Gator’s NCAA Quarterfinals victory with her 3-6, 6-4, 6-0 win against Georgia’s No. 20 Maho Kowase

·         defeated Texas A&M’s No. 118 Anna Mamalat 6-1, 6-3

·         defeated Georgia’s No. 45 Lilly Kimbell 3-6, 6-2, 6-3

·         6-1 when playing at No. 3 (2-0 in NCAAs)

·         10-3 when playing at the No. 4 position

·         at No. 2 (1-0 in NCAAs)

·         played a season-high No. 2 in the singles lineup in the NCAA First Round and earned a 6-1, 6-0 win in 64 minutes against Klara Dohanlova

·         defeated Arkansas’ Oleksandra Shkorupeieva, 6-4, 6-2, on March 28, 2014 for her 100th career singles victory

·         Highest ranked opponent defeated (entire season): No. 29 Lucia Batta (UNLV), 6-2, 6-3 (Freeman Memorial, Jan. 18)

·         highest ranked opponent played (entire season): No. 4 Zsofi Susanyi (California), lost 6-3, 6-4, Riviera All-American Round of 32 (Oct. 3, 2013)

 

Singles – FALL SEASON:

·         Preseason (September) ITA National Singles Ranking: 16

·         Won three matches at the Duke Fab Four Invite, including a 6-3, 5-7, 6-2 victory over Miami’s No. 52 Stephanie Wagner

·         Lost a pair of ranked matches at the Riviera/ITA All-American and qualifying events, falling to No. 4 Zsofi Susanyi of California and No. 9 Julia Elbaba of Virginia

·         Won four matches to reach the semifinals of the ITA Southeast Regional, falling to No. 60 Silvia Garcia of Georgia

·         played two matches in the USTA/ITA National Indoors, losing to North Carolina’s Jamie Loeb and Columbia’s No. 95 Kanika Vaidya

 

Doubles –SPRING SEASON:

·         Final National Ranking: 17 (with Belinda Woolcock; 54 (with Kourtney Keegan)

·         Final Southeast Region Ranking: 3 (with Oyen); 10 (with Keegan)

·         Season-High National Doubles Ranking: 14 (Feb. 11, 2014 with Belinda Woolcock)

·         12-9 record in dual matches

·         7-3 in doubles-point dual-match clinching matches

·         5-7 in dual matches versus ranked opponents

·         4-5 in SEC regular-season matches

·         2-0 in dual matches with Kourtney Keegan 

·         10-9 in dual matches with Belinda Woolcock (2-2 in NCAAs)

·         reached second round of NCAA Doubles Championships with Woolcock

·         with Woolcock upset Georgia’s No. 19 Kate Fuller and Silvia Garcia to clinch the doubles point in the NCAA Quarterfinal win

·         her 8-3 doubles-point-clinching win with Woolcock against South Carolina State’s Victoriia Khatcei and Marketa Marcanikova in the NCAA First Round (May 9, 2014) was her 100th career doubles victory

·         teamed with Woolcock to defeat Baylor’s No. 38 Blair Shankle and Victoria Kisialeva 6-3 to clinch the doubles point

·         clinched the doubles point in the first round of the National Team Indoors with Woolcock with a 6-4 victory over Virginia’s No. 8 Rachel Pierson and Julie Elbaba

·         teamed with Woolcock to defeat Kentucky’s No. 62 Nadia Ravita and Aldila Sutjiadi 8-5

·         with Woolcock, defeated Texas A&M’s No. 83 Ines Deheza and Saska Gavrilovska, 8-5, in the quarterfinals of the SEC Tournament

 

Doubles – FALL SEASON:

·         5-2 record playing with Olivia Janowicz and Kourtney Keegan

·         Preseason (September) ITA National Doubles Ranking with Belinda Woolcock: T-21

·         Teamed with Belinda Woolcock to win three matches at the Duke Fab Four Invite

·         Teamed with Belinda Woolcock to defeat No. 48 Alexandra Perper and Naomi Tran of Mississippi State 8-6 at the Riviera/ITA All-American qualifying round of 32

 

 

AS A JUNIOR (2012-13)

Awards

·         Selected for the 2013 NCAA Singles Championships

·         Selected for the 2013 NCAA Doubles Championships

·         All-SEC First Team

·         10th different Gator since the 1988 season to earn the No. 1 national singles ranking

 

Singles – SPRING SEASON:

·         April 23, 2013 ITA National Ranking: 16

·         Season-High National Singles Ranking: 1 (Jan. 3)

·         15-5 in dual matches

·         8-1 in SEC regular-season matches

·         achieved her first-ever No. 1 ITA National Singles Ranking in the Jan. 3 ranking

·         lost to TCU’s No. 44 Stefanie Tan 6-3, 6-4 in the first round of the NCAA Singles Championships

·         came from behind to clinch the win for Florida at No. 1 North Carolina by beating No. 30 Zoe De Bruycker 3-6, 6-1, 6-3 on Feb. 18

·         highest ranked opponent played: No. 22 Anett Schutting, California (lost, 7-6 (5), 6-4 on Nov. 10 at the USTA/ITA National Indoor quarterfinals)

·         highest ranked opponent defeated: No. 29 Ecaterina Vasenina, South Florida (6-3, 6-0, Oct. 21 at the ITA Southeast Regional quarterfinal)

·         came back from behind to defeat Courtney Colton (Vanderbilt) 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 and clinch the match for Florida on April 14

·         won her 70th career match and defeated No. 73 Cristina Stancu (Texas A&M) 6-3, 6-2 in the SEC Semifinal

·         13-7 versus ranked opponents

·         7-4 versus ranked opponents in dual matches

·         3-0 record in singles dual match clinching matches

·         5-0 record in three-set matches (2-0 in dual matches)

 

Singles – FALL SEASON:

·         Preseason ITA National Singles Ranking: 32

·         compiled a 13-2 record competing in four different events

·         advanced to the semifinals of the USTA/ITA National Indoors where she defeated Columbia’s Nicole Bartnik, Stanford’s Krista Hardebeck and Georgia’s No. 53 Lauren Herring but bowed out to California’s No. 22 Anett Schutting, 7-6 (5), 6-4

·         at the ITA Southeast Regionals enjoyed a great run with four wins to reach the final of the main draw, where she dropped a hard-fought 7-6, 7-6 decision to Herring against whom she held a 5-3 lead in the first set and leads of 5-4 and 6-5 with the serve in the second but wasn’t able to close out either frame

·         won all three matches played in the Michigan Wolverine Invitational

 

Doubles –SPRING SEASON:

·         FINAL ITA National Ranking: 11 (with Lauren Embree)

·         Season-High National Doubles Ranking: 11 (with Embree, May 3 and FINAL)

·         Final ITA Southeast Region Ranking: 2 (with Embree)

·         19-9 in dual matches

·         secured the important doubles point in the NCAA Quarterfinals with an 8-4 win against Cal’s No. 33 Lynn Chi and Anett Schutting after the other two matches had split results

·         provided the clinching doubles-point win in the NCAA round of 16 match against Duke’s Mary Clayton and Hanna Mar (8-1)

·         defeated No. 7 Mary Clayton and Ester Goldfeld 8-4 at Duke with Lauren Embree on Feb. 17

·         teamed with Alexandra Cercone on March 6 to defeat Florida State’s Francesca Segarelli and Kristina Schleich 8-2

·         lost the clinching doubles point with Lauren Embree to No. 10 Courtney Colton and Lauren Mira (Vanderbilt) 8-6 in the SEC Quarterfinal

·         defeated No. 11 Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar and Wen Sun (Texas A&M) with Embree 8-2 in the SEC Semifinal

·         Won the clinching point with Embree in the SEC Final, defeating No. 1 Kate Fuller and Silva Garcia (Georgia) 9-8 (7-2)

·         17-5 in dual matches with Lauren Embree

·         1-3 in dual matches with Alexandra Cercone

·         0-2 with Alexandra Cercone in dual matches versus ranked opponents

o    with Danielle Collins in dual matches

·         6-4 in dual matches versus ranked opponents with Embree

·         in dual matches with Caroline Hitimana

·         11-3 in dual match clinching doubles point matches (3-0 in NCAAs)

 

Doubles – FALL SEASON:

·         Preseason ITA National Doubles Ranking: 29 (with Alexandra Cercone)

·         compiled a 1-4 record in three different events, where she played with Cercone (1-3) and Brianna Morgan (0-1)

 

 

AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12)

Awards

·         competed in the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships

·         earned No. 1 seed in NCAA Doubles Championships

·         Doubles All-American

·         First Team All-SEC

·         2012 ITA Collegiate All-Star Team for doubles

·         Evelyn Pucket Most Improved Player Award (team award)

·         Riviera/ITA All American Doubles Finalist (with Allie Will)

·         became the 45th Gator to join the 100-win club

·         SEC Academic Honor Roll

 

Singles – SPRING SEASON:

·         FINAL ITA National Singles Ranking: 52

·         FINAL ITA South Region Ranking: 10

·         Season-High National Singles Ranking: 30 (Feb. 16, 2012)

·         30-5 overall and 22-2 in dual matches (8-1 SEC dual matches)

·         finished the dual match season tied for a team-best 22 wins in 24 matches, with four of those victories coming in NCAA Championships action

·         advanced to the second round of the NCAA Singles Championships, opening with an impressive 6-4, 6-2 win against South Florida’s No. 44-ranked Ecaterina Vasenina

·         in the NCAA Team Final against UCLA, produced a 6-3, 6-2 win against Skylar Morton on court four and gave Florida a 3-0 lead; fell behind 3-0 in the first set, down two breaks, before beginning her comeback, as she won five straight games to take the first set; traded breaks early in the second set, before Oyen broke in the fifth game and held for a 4-2 lead; then battled from triple game-point to earn yet another break and served out the eighth game with an ace

·         provided the dual match-clinching victories in each of the NCAA first three rounds

·         credited with the NCAA Round of 16 clinching match win with her 6-1, 6-3 victory against Michigan’s Sarah Lee

·         one of three UF singles matches playing match-point at the exact same time to clinch the NCAA Second Round win against Washington State, finished first to post the decider with a 6-4, 6-0 decision against Elizaveta Luzina

·         earned her first career win in NCAA Tournament action when she posted a dual match-clinching 6-1, 6-0 win against South Carolina State’s Laura Bosneag in the first round

·         won a pair of matches in helping UF win the SEC Tournament title, including the clinching victory in the semifinals against Ole Miss’ Julia Jones (3-6, 6-1, 6-0)

·         7-4 versus ranked opponents

·         highest ranked opponent played: No. 9 Chelsey Gullickson, Georgia (lost, 6-1, 6-1, Oct. 23 in ITA SE Regional Championships semifinal)

·         highest ranked opponent defeated: No. 25 (2-6, 6-4, 6-1, Oct. 23, 2011, ITA Southeast Regional quarterfinals)

·         6-1 record in three-set matches

·         7-0 in singles dual match clinching matches

 

Singles – FALL SEASON:

·         posted a 7-2 record, competing in three different events

·         advanced to the semifinals of USTA/ITA SE Regional Championships, defeating Georgia Tech’s No. 44 Christina Ngo and Miami’s No. 25 Anna Bartenstein before falling to Georgia’s eventual champion and No. 9-ranked Chelsey Gullickson

·         won all three matches played at the USF Fall Tennis Classic (no rounds)

·         2-2 vs. ranked opponents

·         2-0 in three-set matches

 

Doubles –SPRING SEASON:

·         FINAL ITA National Doubles Ranking: 2 (with Allie Will)

·         FINAL ITA South Region Ranking: 1 (with Will)

·         Season-High National Ranking: 1 (five weeks, all with Allie Will: March 27, April 10, 17, 24 & 30)

·         31-6 overall record, 23-3 in dual matches (including 9-1 in SEC regular-season matches)

·         played with Allie Will (21-3), Lauren Embree (1-1) and Alexandra Cercone (1-0)

·         posted the first individual win of the NCAA Team Championship Final against UCLA as she and Will helped UF capture the important doubles point as they ripped off the first six games of the eight-game pro-set en route to an 8-2 victory against sixth-ranked Robin Anderson and Skyler Morton

·         earned the first doubles win of the NCAA Semifinals, defeating Duke’s Mary Clayton & Ester Goldfeld, 8-3

·         posted a clutch 8-3 win in the NCAA Quarterfinal victory against Miami’s 20th-ranked Melissa Bolivar and Liat Zimmerman that helped UF win the doubles point

·         earned the first win in the NCAA Second Round team victory against Washington State, downing Ksenia Googe and Andjela Kankaras, 8-1

·         produced the clinching 8-1 win in the NCAA First Round vs. South Carolina State’s Akilah James and Maria Craciun

·         10-0 in doubles-point clinching matches

 

Doubles – FALL SEASON:

·         logged an 8-2 record pairing with Alex Cercone (5-1) and Allie Will (3-1)

·         with Will reached the finals of the Riviera/ITA All American, where the tandem defeated three ranked foes, highlighted by an 8-3 victory against Northwestern’s No. 3-ranked team of Hamilton and Mushrefova, before falling 6-2, 7-6 (4) in the final to Stanford’s No. 11-ranked Mallory Burdette and Nicole Gibbs

·         with Cercone advanced to the quarterfinals of the USTA/ITA SE Regional Championships and won all three matches at the USF Fall Tennis Classic (no rounds)

 

 

AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11)

Awards

·         Selected to the 2011 ITA All-Star Team

·         NCAA All-Tournament Team, No. 2 Doubles

·         All-Southeastern Conference First Team

·         SEC All-Freshman Team

·         SEC Freshman of the Week (April 12)

·         Earned No. 1 Doubles Ranking (three weeks, first on Jan. 4, 2011, with Allie Will)

·         Captured the 2010 ITA National Indoor Doubles Title (with Will)

·         won the ITA Southeast Regional Doubles Championship

·         two doubles titles

 

Singles – SPRING SEASON:

·         FINAL ITA National Singles Ranking: 110

·         Season-High National Singles Ranking: 85 (April 19, 2011)

·         22-11 overall and 15-8 in dual matches (9-0 in SEC dual matches)

·         played positions 2-4, with the majority at number three (13-6)

·         had won 10 consecutive matches before dropping a 6-3, 6-3 decision to Clemson’s Klara Vyskocilova in the NCAA Round of 16

·         hit a tough patch early in the dual match season when she went 1-5, but ripped off a 10-match win streak immediately following it

·         provided the clinching SEC regular-season championship win with her 6-1, 6-3 victory against Tennessee’s Kata Szekely (April 10)

·         10-4 versus ranked opponents

·         highest ranked opponent played: 18 (Stanford’s Nicole Gibbs, May 24, L 6-4, 7-5)

·         highest ranked opponent defeated: 44 (Texas’ Krista Damico, 6-1, 6-2, Oct. 6)

·         2-4 in three-setters

·         4-0 in clinching matches

 

Singles – FALL SEASON:

·         ITA Preseason Singles Ranking: 2 in the inaugural National Freshman Singles Rankings

·         7-3 record during the fall

·         reached the quarterfinals of the 64-player draw of the ITA Southeast Region, knocking off a pair of nationally-ranked opponents before falling to UF teammate and eventual champion Olivia Janowicz, 6-2, 6-7 (1), 6-1

·         at the Riviera/ITA All-American won three rounds of pre-qualifying and two in the qualifying draw – including the 6-1, 6-2 win against Texas’ 44th-ranked Krista Damico - before dropping a 6-4, 0-6, 6-2 decision to NC State’s Sanaa Bhambri in the final round before the main draw

 

Doubles –SPRING SEASON:

·         FINAL ITA National Doubles Ranking: 10 (with Allie Will); 29 (with Lauren Embree)

·         FINAL ITA Southeast Doubles Ranking: 4 (with Will)

·         Season-High National Doubles Ranking: 1 with Allie Will (3 weeks, Jan. 4, Feb. 17, March 1)

·         30-6 overall and 19-5 in dual matches

·         played with four different partners: Lauren Embree (9-0), Caroline Hitimana (2-1), Olivia Janowicz (3-1) and Allie Will (16-4)

·         played with each in dual match competition, settled in with Embree toward the end of the regular season

·         only Gator to net a win in all six NCAA Team Championship dual matches; teamed with Hitimana in the first round and with Embree the rest of the way and helped UF win the doubles point in all six NCAA matches

·         teamed with Hitimana and Embree in the first and second rounds of the NCAAs, respectively, and earned the first victory of the match in both

·         9-5 versus ranked opponents

·         highest ranked opponent played: 2 (twice, defeated Alabama’s Guarachi and McLane 6-3, 7-6 (6) on Nov. 6; lost to Clemson’s Bek and Wong, 8-4, on Feb. 19)

·         highest ranked opponent defeated: 2 (Alabama’s Guarachi and McLane 6-3, 7-6 (6) on Nov. 6)

·         in three-setters or tiebreaks

·         in clinching doubles-point matches (2-0 with Will)

 

Doubles – FALL SEASON:

·         ITA Preseason Doubles Ranking: 18 (with Allie Will)

·         posted an 11-1 record, all with Will

·         won the USTA-ITA National Indoor Championships, defeating the Nos. 2, 3 and 5-ranked teams in the country en route to the title of the 16-team draw

·         defeated Clemson’s fifth-ranked Bek and Wong 5-7, 6-3, 6-3 in the final, after downing Alabama’s second-ranked Guarachi and McLane, 6-3, 7-6 (6) in the semifinals and Stanford’s third-ranked Barte and Burdette in the opening round

·         opened the year falling to Bek and Wong, 8-6, in the first round of the Riviera/ITA All-American, before winning 14 consecutive matches

·         captured the ITA Southeast Regional title

 

PRIOR TO FLORIDA

·         Graduated from Leonardo Lyceum in June of 2010

·         enrolled at the University of Florida for the 2010 fall semester

·         2010 Under 18 top-ranked player in Belgium

·         trained for eight years at T.C. Tessenderlo and at Antwerp in Belgium

·         earned a career-high WTA Tour singles ranking of 403 on Aug. 23, 2010, and a career-best doubles ranking of 537 on April 12, 2010

·         won the singles title at the $10K ITF Rebecq (Belgium) in August 2010

·         singles finalist at the $25K ITF Zwevegem (Belgium) in July 2010, winning two qualifying rounds before reaching the title match

·         one week later, advanced to the singles final at the $10K ITF Knokke (Belgium)

·         in 2008, advanced to the semifinals of Eddie Herr, where she lost to future Gator teammate Lauren Embree, but defeated fellow Gator newcomer Alex Cercone in the round of 16 with a tough 2-6, 7-6 (3), 7-5 win

·         at the 2009 Eddie Herr, reached the round of 32 in singles and the round of 16 in doubles, falling 10-8 in third set

·         represented Belgium’s Fed Cup team in 2009 against Slovakia and in 2010 versus Poland

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