2011-12 - JUNIOR SEASON
Recorded her first 20-win season, ending with a 24-11 mark in singles play...the 24 wins also ranks her fifth all-time on the single season wins list...posted the 50th win of her career, ending the season tied for sixth all-time with a 55-39 record...notched a 6-2 record during Horizon League play...won six straight singles matches during the middle of the season, including wins over Ball State, Toledo and Bowling Green...was victorious in seven of her last eight matches, with the lone loss coming against UIC...notched a team-best 20-17 record in doubles action, including a 10-6 mark at the No. 3 spot...picked up Horizon League Player of the Week honors twice.
2010-11 - SOPHOMORE SEASON
Finished the season with a 12-12 singles record, including a 2-0 mark at No. 3...was 2-0 in Horizon League singles play...won her last three singles matches of the season, including two against league opponents...went 11-11 in doubles action playing mostly at the No. 3 position.
2009-10 - FRESHMAN SEASON
Earned a spot on the All-Horizon League second team after tying for second on the team with 18 singles wins... posted an 18-16 mark at singles, including 3-0 at No. 3 and 7-2 at No. 4... was 7-1 in singles play in the league... won seven of her last nine singles contests... went 14-20 in doubles action, playing predominantly at the No. 2 slot (10-12).
Two-time all-state selection, playing for coach Phil Eagelson... helped team to league title and second place finish at regionals her freshman year...won regional title as a sophomore... won a pair of state titles and placed second as an individual at the state championship her senior year... was the second ranked player in Michigan... has the most state championships by any player at Clarkston H.S.... reached the final of the Midwest Designated Tournament... won five sportsmanship awards.
Born July 22, 1991 in Cleveland, Ohio... daughter of Nikolas and Laura Janek... has one brother, Christian... father Nikolas is a CSU alum... was on the honor roll every year in high school... math major.
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