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Victoria Khanevskaya - Women's Tennis - Kansas Jayhawks

Victoria Khanevskaya

Class Senior
Hometown Moscow, Russia
High School School No. 373

Fall 2012 (Senior): Played infour tournaments during her final fall season at Kansas… Finished the fall with a 9-2 singles record, which was the second-best on the team… Earned singles draw titles at two of the four tournaments, winning Draw H at the first KU Invitational and the Marion Gengler Flight at the Tribe Invitational in Williamsburg, Va… Also finished runner-up in the Gold Draw at the San Diego State Fall Classic… Notched notable singles wins over opponents from James Madison, Penn State, San Diego State and Washington… Went 5-2 in doubles for in two fall tournament starts… Won the doubles White Draw at the SDSU Fall Classic with partner Anastasija Trubica.

Spring 2012 (Junior): Competed in all of her team[apos]s spring matches… Won six of her first seven matches in dual play at No. 6 singles and finished the spring with a 7-15 singles record… Went 10-10 at No. 3 doubles with partner Claire Dreyer… Notched a notable win over Abby Stainback and Megan Horter of No. 13-ranked Baylor, 8-5, and a second conference victory over opponents from Iowa State.

Fall 2011 (Junior): Recorded a team-high six singles victories, going 6-3 during the fall season… Competed in the finals of her flight during the first KU Invitational, recording victories over opponents from Nova Southeastern and Colorado… With partner Amy Barnthouse, went 5-5 in doubles competition… Recorded two victories a piece with Barnthouse during each KU Invitational, including an 8-1 victory over competitors from Big 12 opponent Iowa State.

Spring 2011 (Sophomore): Set a new career spring singles record, going 8-5 and 2-3 in the Big 12… Captured singles wins over Big 12 opponents Nebraska and Colorado… Went 5-3 in the spring in No. 3 doubles with partner Paulina Los and 0-1 in No. 2 doubles with Erin Wilbert…. Named to the Academic All-Big 12 Second Team… Earned the team[apos]s Sportsmanship Award.

Fall 2010 (Sophomore): Had a breakout season posting a team-leading 10-3 singles record and went 7-6 with Kate Goff in doubles… Set a new fall career-high with 10 wins… Advanced to the main draw finals in first three events and the consolation final of the fourth… Defeated three straight opponents to make it to the finals of the Green Draw in the Notre Dame Eck Classic… Pulled out a tough three-set win over Big 12 rival Brittany Parks (Oklahoma) to capture the singles title in the White Draw in the second KU Invitational… A loss to No. 65 Alicia Aguilar of San Diego State in the SDSU Fall Classic II dropped her to the consolation bracket for the first time in the season… After dropping first doubles match of the season, went on to win seven straight with Goff… Partnered with Goff to capture the Green Doubles Flight title in the Eck Classic.

Spring 2010 (Freshman): Went 11-12 in dual matches competing primarily at the No. 6 singles spot and 5-12 in Nos. 2 and 3 doubles with partners Ekaterina Morozova and Erin Wilbert… Recorded Big 12 singles wins against Missouri, Colorado, Oklahoma State and Oklahoma to lead the team in Big 12 wins… Was named the team[apos]s Most Improved Player for the 2009-2010 season… Tallied a 7-2 spring doubles record… Finished the KU Invitational with an undefeated doubles record… Received an invitation to USTA/ITA Central Regional Championship to compete in both singles and doubles… Recorded a 1-1 doubles record at Regionals with partner Wilbert… Played in eight singles matches and finished with a record of 3-5. Named an ITA scholar athlete for the 2009-2010 season.

Junior Tennis: Active on the junior circuit in Russia… Competed in the Championships of Bashkortosan Republic and the Championship of Moscow City… Recorded a fourth-place finish in the Championship of Samara U18 Regional… Captured the singles title of the National Russian Tournament.

High School: Attended School No. 373 in Moscow, Russia… Received a silver medal for earning a 4.0 and made the honor list for Gratitude in Studies.

Personal: Born Victoria Khanevskaya in Moscow, Russia…Goes by name [quote]Vika[quote] among teammates and coaches… Parents are Valentina Khanevskaya and Evgeny Khanevskiy… Majoring in Business Administration.