2018-19 // SENIOR SEASON
Doubles Stats | Singles Stats | Named to the All-Horizon League First Team…finished her career tied for 12th on the CSU Singles Wins List with 59 career victories and tied for fourth on the CSU Doubles Wins List with 65 career victories…posted a 15-15 singles record on the year, including a 12-12 mark playing the entire spring season at No. 1 singles…recorded a 7-2 record against league opponents during regular season matches…named the Horizon League Singles Player of the Week on March 19 after picking up a win at the top of the lineup at Kennesaw State, and again on April 16 following a 2-0 weekend at Northern Kentucky and Wright State…posted a 14-13 doubles record on the year…earned two #HLWTEN Doubles Team of the Week accolades with Klara Mrcela; first following a win against Kennesaw State (March 19) and then after a pair of victories against Milwaukee and Green Bay to open league play (March 26).
2017-18 // JUNIOR SEASON
Doubles Stats | Singles Stats | Named to the All-Horizon League First Team…finished the year with a team-best 19-15 singles record…played the entire spring season at No. 1 singles, posting a 13-11 record…two-time Horizon League Singles Player of the Week and two-time Horizon League Doubles Team of the Week with Aleksandra Golawska…posted a 7-2 singles record against league opponents during the regular season…picked up key singles wins against Akron (March 6), Barry (March 14), Wright State (April 14), and Northern Kentucky (April 15) throughout the spring slate…tallied a team-best 17-7 doubles record with Aleksandra Golawska, including an 11-6 mark during dual match play…the duo finished the year ranked second on the CSU Doubles Wins List with 39 career doubles wins…won the Viking Invitational and Akron Shootout singles titles during the fall, while also clinching the Viking Invitational doubles title with Aleksandra Golawska.
2016-17 // SOPHOMORE SEASON
Doubles Stats | Singles Stats | Named Second Team All-Horizon League…finished the spring season with 10 singles wins after playing the majority of the season at No. 1 singles…named the Horizon League Singles Player of the Week (March 21) following a straight-set victory at No. 1 singles against Sam Houston State…named the Horizon League Singles Player of the Week (March 28) for the second time after picking up back-to-back wins at the top of the singles lineup against UIC and Valparaiso… finished the year with a team-best 20-13 doubles record, including a 12-8 mark during the spring season…played the majority of the season with Aleksandra Golawska, finishing the year with 22 career victories as a duo – one of just nine CSU doubles teams to reach the 20-win milestone.
2015-16 // FRESHMAN SEASON
Doubles Stats | Singles Stats | Named the Horizon League Freshman of the Year and earned a spot on the All-Horizon League First Team…joined the Vikings in January and competed during the spring season…finished the spring with a 12-10 singles record, playing at the top of the lineup for the final six weeks of the year…went 6-3 against Horizon League opponents…named the Horizon League Player of the Week (March 29) after going 2-0 at the top of the singles lineup and 2-0 at No. 1 doubles – leading the Vikings to a pair of wins against Wright State and Northern Kentucky…also went 11-8 in doubles play, including a 6-2 record against league opponents at No. 1 doubles with Aleksandra Golawska.
Posted a 75-6 record during her high school campaign at Clarkston High School…three-time state tournament qualifier, finishing second as a freshman and third as a sophomore…three-time league and regional individual champion…named the Best Athlete at Clarkston High School…tabbed Best Tennis Player in Oakland County…awarded the Hoxie Memorial Award from the USTA as a junior.
Born October 2, 1997 in Detroit, Michigan…daughter of Marc and Rochelle Spindler…has one brother, Rocco, and two sisters, Gabriella and Dominique…her father played in the NFL for 10 seasons, while her sister Gabriella played on the tennis team at West Point…plans on majoring in psychology.