Christina Rosca

Class Senior
Hometown Princeton, N.J.
High School Princeton
Bio

Rankings
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Highest Singles Ranking: No. 8 (3/5/19)
• Highest Doubles Ranking: No. 19 w/ Emma Kurtz (11/15/17)

Honors
• 2019 All-American
• 2019 First Team All-SEC
• 2019 SEC All-Tournament team
• 2018 ITA Fall National Championships Sportsmanship Award
• 2018 First Team All-SEC
• 2017 SEC All-Freshman team
• 2017 SEC All-Tournament team

2018-19 • Junior
• 30-15 overall singles record
• Held five-match win streak
• 14-9 in conference matches
• 11 singles victories over ranked opponents
• NCAA Individual Singles Championships
• Semifinals of the 2018 ITA Ohio Valley Regionals
• Semifinals of Oracle ITA Fall Championships
• Competed primarily at the No. 3 spot in the lineup
• Upset No. 2 Estela Perez-Somarriba at the Miami Spring Invite

2017-18 • Sophomore
• 11 wins last season over ranked opponents
• Round of 64 at 2017 Oracle ITA National Fall Championship and the NCAA Championship
• Quarterfinals of the Riviera/ITA National Fall Championships
• Semifinals of the 2017 Debbie Southern Fall Classic
• 19-5 dual match doubles record paired with partner, Amanda Meyer
• Advanced to quarterfinals of Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championships

2016-17 • Freshman
• 12-11 dual match singles debut
• 27-12 overall
• Earned seven ranked wins throughout freshman year, four coming in dual match play
• Fourth Commodore since 2014 to earn a place on the SEC’s All-Freshman team
• Competed predominantly on court three in singles and doubles
• Third freshman Commodore to earn a coveted spot on the SEC All-Tournament team in as many years
• Rallied to defeat the 2016 SEC Player of the Year, Brooke Austin, in the tournament finale
• 15-1 fall singles record
• Debuted in ITA singles rankings at No. 28 in the nation and No. 53 in doubles with Sydney Campbell
• Earned highest win in fall against then- No. 21 Caroline Brinson

The Rosca File
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Ranked No. 1 in the State of New Jersey
• Ranked No. 25 In the nation
• Won the state singles title as a sophomore with Princeton High School
• Won the 2015 USTA Girls’ 18s Winter National Doubles Championship alongside then-partner and UNC freshman Jessie Aney