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    Maria Mosolova
    Maria Mosolova

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Moscow, Russia

    High School:
    No. 204

    Height:
    5-8



    Season Overall W-L Dual Match

    Fall

    Conference 1 2 3 4 5 6
    2007-08 41-6 23-3 13-2 10-0 19-3 4-0 -- -- -- --
    2008-09 36-8 17-5 13-2 7-0 17-5 -- -- -- -- --
    2009-10 32-14 22-8 8-5 8-1 22-8 -- -- -- -- --
    2010-11 33-8 22-3 8-4 8-2 22-3 -- -- -- -- --
    Career 142-36 84-19 43-12 33-3 80-19 4-0 -- -- -- --

    Female recipient of Northwestern's 2011 Big Ten Medal of Honor, awarded for outstanding achievement in athletics and academics.
    Northwestern's 2011 Nominee for NCAA Woman of the Year

    2010-11: Finished her time at Northwestern as the second Wildcat women's tennis player to earn All-American honors in singles all four years of her career ... Ranked No. 10 in the final Campbell's/ITA College Tennis poll ... ITA Midwest Region Senior of the Year ... All-Big Ten selection for fourth-straight year ... Named Big Ten Player of the Week three times in 2011, finishing with the weekly laurel nine times in her career ... Posted a 34-7 overall singles record (22-3 dual, 8-2 Big Ten) ... 20-7 in dual doubles matches (9-1 Big Ten) ... At NCAA Singles Championship, defeated Anna Bartenstein (Miami, Fla.) and Irene Rehberger (USF) before falling to No. 3 Hilary Barte of Stanford ... Started dual season 17-0 ... Recorded several key singles wins in dual play for NU: upset No. 3 Kristy Frilling in a 4-3 comeback victory by NU in the regular season, then defeated her again in two sets in NCAA second round ... Also defeated No. 7 Denise Muresan, 2-6, 6-3, 6-1, as NU came back to beat Michigan in Big Ten Tournament final after trailing 3-0 ... Topped Nadine Fahoum (Duke), 6-1, 6-0 ... Win over 16th-ranked Aeriel Ellis of Texas (3/5) ... Reached semifinals of ITA Midwest Regional singles tournament ... Won one match at ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships ... Team captain ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    2009-10: Became a three-time singles All-American by reaching the NCAA Singles Championship round of 16 and finishing the year ranked No. 12 nationally ... All-Big Ten honoree ... Played No. 1 singles for the third straight year and No. 2 doubles for the second year in a row ... Spent the 2009 fall season as the No. 1-ranked player in the Campbell's/ITA College Tennis Poll ... Named MVP of the 2010 ITA National Indoor Team Championship ... Seven wins over opponents ranked in the top 30 ... Won her first ITA Midwest Regional Championship, defeating Notre Dame's Kristy Frilling in the final match ... 1-2 at National Collegiate Tennis Classic ... Defeated sixth-ranked Lenka Broosova of Baylor in three sets on April 9 ... Bested No. 20 Denise Muresan of Michigan, 6-1, 6-2, in the Big Ten Tournament final after falling to Muresan in straight sets on April 3 ... Named Big Ten Player of the Week (3/20) after two straight-set singles wins vs. ranked opponents and two doubles victories over two top-25 teams at North Carolina and Duke ... Wins over No. 73 Holly Cao of Harvard and No. 54 Katrina Tsang of North Carolina in the NCAA Singles Championship before falling to No. 2 Jana Juricova of Cal ... Finished 32-14 overall with a 22-8 dual record and an 8-1 mark in Big Ten duals ... Earned Academic All-Big Ten selection.

    2008-09: Named an ITA All-American in singles and finished the season ranked No. 2 in the nation ... One of four finalists for the 2009 Women's Tennis Honda Sports Award, presented to the nation's top player at the end of the season ... Won second straight Big Ten Player of the Year award and named first-team All-Big Ten ... Drew the No. 1 overall seed in the 2009 NCAA Singles Championship and reached the quarterfinals before falling to No. 8 Chelsey Gullickson of Georgia ... Spent 10 weeks ranked No. 1 in the Campbell/ITA College Tennis poll after becoming the first Northwestern player to garner the top preseason singles ranking ... 36-8 overall singles record with a 17-5 mark in duals and a 7-0 Big Ten record ... Qualified for her first NCAA Doubles Championships with partner Keri Robison ... The duo played the No. 2 spot for NU and ended the year ranked No. 36 nationally with a 25-5 overall record (22-3 duals, 10-0 Big Ten) ... Won 16 straight doubles matches from 3/4 to 5/9 ... Three-time Big Ten Player of the Week (1/20, 2/17, 4/7) ... 24 of 36 singles wins came against ranked opponents ... Clinched NU's 11th straight Big Ten Tournament title with her 6-2, 6-1 win against Michigan's 62nd-ranked Chisako Sugiyama ... Named to all-tournament team in doubles following NU's title at the ITA National Indoor Team Championship ... Won the singles bracket at the National Collegiate Tennis Classic (1/18), defeating Stanford's 26th-ranked Hilary Barte in three sets in the final ... In the fall, posted a 13-2 record in singles play ... At All-American Championships, won her first three matches, including a come-from-behind three-set victory against Amanda McDowell of Georgia Tech, the 2008 NCAA singles champion and 2008 ITA National Player of the Year ... Came away with tournament titles at the Duals in the Desert and the Furman Invitational ... Advanced to the semifinals of the National Indoor Singles Championships ... Paired with Keri Robison to win three of four matches at the Midwest Regional Championships ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Named an ITA Scholar-Athlete.

    2007-08: Selected to the singles ITA All-America Team ... Named ITA National Player to Watch and Midwest Region Player of the Year ... Recipient of Big Ten Player and Freshman of the Year awards ... All-Big Ten team selection ... Finished the season ranked No. 7 overall ... Advanced to the NCAA singles quarterfinals as the tournament's No. 4 seed ... Only Wildcat with 40-plus wins, posting a 41-6 overall singles record ... Went 23-3 in duals, including a perfect 10-0 in Big Ten action ... Had a team-best winning percentage of .872 ... Went on a 14-match winning streak from 3/26-5/17 ... Went 4-0 from the No. 2 position ... Recorded seven victories over top 50 opponents ... Spent the entire season ranked among the nation's top 10 ... Went 40-5 overall in doubles competition this year ... Posted a 23-4 dual doubles record, including 9-1 in the Big Ten ... In the fall season, she instantly dominated college scene with a 13-2 singles record, while going 12-1 in doubles ... Victorious in first nine singles matches ... Reached finals of Nike-Cal Invitational with three wins over ranked players, including a semifinals win over then-No. 4 Susie Babos ... Beat teammate Georgia Rose in the championship of National Indoor Championships consolation draw ... Notched four wins over ranked opponents in the tournament overall ... Won first 12 doubles matches ... Won titles at the Nike-Cal Invitational and Wildcat Invitational with Ghazal ... Reached the semifinals of the Midwest Regional Championships with Conill, winning five matches.

    High School: Won the Russian under-16 title and the under-18 title ... Ranked No. 41 in the ITF World Junior Rankings.

    Personal: Born Maria S. Mosolova ... Daughter of Svetlana and Sergey Mosolova ... Chose Northwestern over Duke and Washington ... Majoring in economics with a minor in business institutions.

    Mosolova's Stats

    Singles
    Year Overall Dual Big Ten
    2007-08 41-6 23-3 10-0
    2008-09 36-8 17-5 7-0
    2009-10 32-14 22-8 8-1
    Career 109-28 62-16 25-1

    Doubles
    Year Overall Dual Big Ten
    2007-08 40-5 23-4 9-1
    2008-09 31-8 24-3 10-0
    2009-10 23-12 21-11 8-2
    Career 94-25 68-18 27-3