SENIOR SEASON (2008-09)
• An All-SEC First Team selection for the Bulldogs who went 27-3, advanced to the NCAA Final Four and had a final national ranking of No. 3
• Helped Georgia to an SEC title, third straight SEC Tournament title and earned SEC Tournament MVP honors, plus the ITA National Team Indoor finals
• A two-time SEC Player of the Week honoree
• Final ITA singles ranking of 98 with a 31-14 record including 16-9 in dual matches and 13-8 at No. 4.
• Played No. 2 doubles with Yvette Hyndman, duo was 10-4
JUNIOR SEASON (2007-08)
• Finished the season ranked No. 109
• Voted First Team All-SEC
• Named SEC Player of the Week after rallying from a 5-2 third set deficit to beat Georgia Tech’s No. 30 Kristen Flower in the deciding match of the Bulldogs 4-3 victory over the top-ranked Yellow Jackets.
• Posted a 19-5 dual match singles record including an 9-1 mark in SEC play
• Won 12 straight matches from March 11-May 10
• Recorded a perfect 8-0 singles record in SEC matches at the No. 3 position.
• Rallied from third-set deficits to lift Georgia to wins at No. 1 Georgia Tech and No. 13 Vanderbilt
• Led team with six match clinchers
2006-07: Finished the season ranked 35th in the country in singles ... Earned bid to the NCAA Singles Tournament where she dropped a three-set contest to top-ranked and eventual singles champion Audra Cohen of Miami ... Distinguised as a First-Team All-SEC member ... Lost only one singles match at the No. 2 position, ending the year with a 15-1 record at that spot ... Went 16-2 overall in dual matches with her only losses coming at the No. 1 spot against Auburn in a match she was forced to retire because of injury and against California in the NCAA Quarterfinals ... Clinched Georgia’s upset over rival Georgia Tech by upending No. 27 Christy Striplin ... Teamed with Kelley Hyndman for 21 doubles victories ... The pair clinched six doubles points.
- Attended and played tennis at the University of Miami, Fla.
- Helped the Hurricanes reach the finals of the NCAA Championships and a final team ranking of No. 4 as they went 24-8 overall and 9-2 in the ACC
- Posted a 25-11 overall singles mark and final ITA ranking of 82
- Went 7-3 at No. 2 singles and 9-2 at No. 3 including clinching wins over #2 Notre Dame (#87 Brook Buck) and #3 Southern California (#47 Luana Magnani) during the NCAA Championships
- Posted a 26-12 overall doubles record including 15-6 at No. 2 with Audra Banada; Duo ranked as high as #45 during the year
- Former top-ranked Canadian junior who also played on the ITF circuit in Europe and in Latin America
- Earned a career-high world ranking of 755 and junior ranking of 225
- Won the Girls 18s singles and doubles titles at the Canadian Outdoor Championships in 2002 and was a singles finalist at the 2003 event and captured the doubles title
- Graduate of A.N. Myer Secondary School in Niagara Falls, Ontario
- Born Nov. 17, 1986
- Daughter of John and Doris Dancevic
- Major: Speech Communications
- Has an older brother, Frank (21) and twin sisters, Sonja and Kristina (16)