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
Selected to the Mountain West all-conference singles team ... won 22 doubles and 17 singles matches ... played majority of the season at the No. 1 singles spot ... advanced to the semifinals of the top flight at the Navy and USAFA Tournaments ... won the consolation bracket in the top flight at the Northridge Tournament ... went 8-3 in doubles with Lily Forlini, including a 7-3 mark at the No. 2 position ... also went 9-4 with Jocelle Rudico, including a 4-0 record in dual matches .. she was 14-5 in dual doubles matches.
Tied for fourth on the team with 16 overall singles wins ... won 10 dual matches, including two against Mountain West opponents ... played majority of the season at the No. 2 spot, posting an 8-9 record ... finished third in the top flight at the season-opening Gopher Invitational ... won 18 overall doubles matches, nine apiece with Marcelli Magday and Mary Meyers ... finished the season playing No. 3 doubles with Magday they closed out the season winning the No. 3 match against UNLV in the final regular season match and the first round of the MW Championships ... won the "Charlie" flight of the USAFA Invitational with Meyers.
One of three players with at least 20 overall singles and doubles victories ... 20-11 overall in singles and 15-7 in dual matches ... played majority of season at the No. 3 spot with a 7-6 record ... perfect 5-0 at No. 4 and tied for the team's best record against Mountain West opponents at 5-2 ... one of only three Falcons to post a win against a regionally-ranked opponent ... won 24 overall doubles matches, including a 22-9 record with Christine Molina ... the duo went 18-7 in dual matches and 15-7 at the No. 3 spot ... they were 4-3 against Mountain West opponents.
Before Air Force
Won the US Clay Court Championship for Girls 16-and-under ... also won the 2006 Southern Open ... ranked the top 10 nationally for Girls 14-and under, top 30 for Girls 16-and under and top 100 for Girls 18-and under.
Parents are Bac and Tuyet-Nga Tran ... worked the Expeditionary Skills and Evasion Training (ESET) this past summer ... also worked Basic Cadet Training ... active in her squadron as an athletic officer ... member of dean's list last fall and athletic's list last spring ... hobby is singing ... also recruited by Princeton, Pepperdine, Harvard and Navy ... favorite food is pasta ... favorite movie is Silver Linings Playbook ... reality show she would choose to be on is Dancing With The Stars ... favorite book is The Hunger Games ... person in history she would most like to meet is Arthur Ashe ... greatest moment in sports was coming from behind to win her singles match vs. UTEP and clinch the team match as a freshman ... credits her parents with the biggest influence on her sports career ... started playing tennis at age five ... favorite professional tennis player is Roger Federer ... member of cadet squadron 33.