Teams battle each other next week in Mountain West Quarterfinals
AFA wraps up regular season on Sunday vs. UNLV
AFA plays nationally ranked SDSU and UNLV
Falcons capture No. 1 doubles match
Air Force assured of winning season with 13-7 record
Named to the all-Mountain West team for singles ... led team with 24 overall and tied for lead with 17 dual match singles wins ... 17-8 record in dual matches, including a 14-7 mark at the No. 2 position ... won three conference matches at the No. 2 spot ... led the team with two wins over regionally-ranked opponents ... captured the "B1" singles flight at the season-opening College of Charleston Invitational ... won 24 overall doubles matches, including a 22-9 record with Tiffany Tran ... the duo went 18-7 in dual matches and 15-7 at the No. 3 spot ... they were 4-3 against Mountain West opponents ... won the Cissie Leary Award for Sportsmanship in the Mountain Region ... named AFA's Outstanding Portuguese Student of the Year.
Did not play.
Finished second on the team with 27 overall singles wins ... posted a 27-15 record, including an 18-9 mark in dual matches ... her 18 dual match wins tied for second on the squad ... played all six positions during the season ... had a winning record at Nos. 2-6 and was 1-2 at the No. 1 spot ... played majority of her matches a the No. 4 spot, where she went 8-6 ... finished second on the team with three conference wins ... won at No. 4 against New Mexico, Utah and San Diego State ... won a team-high 23 overall and 18 dual doubles matches ... went 13-4 with Christen Monreal, including 11-3 at the No. 3 spot ... first Falcon to post 50 overall victories in one season since Kat Bushey in 2006.
Before Air Force
Four-year letterwinner in tennis ... two-time TAPPS (Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools) state singles champion ... won titles as a junior and senior ... also won the TAPPS state doubles title as a sophomore ... helped team to state championship as a freshman ... ranked No. 11 in the state of Texas ... member of National Honor Society ... high school tennis coach was Meme Ostrom.
Parents are Joey and Julie Molina ... has two brothers ... would like to become a doctor in the future ... completed a cultural immersion program to Portugal this past summer ... she stayed with a Portuguese family and studied the language and culture for three weeks ... also worked Basic Cadet Training ... active in her squadron as an academic officer ... member of dean's list every semester at the Academy .... also recruited by St. Louis University ... hobbies include horseback riding and reading ... favorite food is Mexican food ... reality show she would choose to be on is Extreme Makeover ... favorite movie is The Lion King ... favorite book is Harry Potter ... person in history she would most like to meet is Jesus ... greatest moment in sports was winning a bronze ball with her father at the USTA Father-Daughter championships in Chicago ... credits her father with the biggest influence on his sports career ... favorite professional tennis player is Rafael Nadal ... member of cadet squadron 21.