2009 NCAA Doubles All-American
2009 Big 12 Championship Most Valuable Player
2009 Big 12 Newcomer of the Year
2009 All-Big 12 Singles and Doubles
Big 12 Player of the Week (April 14, 2009)
Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Spring 2009)
FALL 2009 (SENIOR)
Compiled a 9-2 head-to-head record, playing three tournaments...Won the HEB Baylor Invitational with five consecutive wins, including a 1-6, 6-3, 6-3 win over Texas A&M's Elze Potgieter in the final...Earned a spot in the quarterfinals of the Wilson/ITA Texas Regional...Lost in second round at the ITA Riviera All-American...Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in Fall 2009.
All-America doubles selection after advancing to the semifinals of the NCAA Doubles Championship...Named the Big 12 Championship Most Outstanding Player after recording three straight-sets singles wins and adding a doubles victory in three matches...Named Big 12 Newcomer of the Year and named to the All-Big 12 singles and doubles team...Finished the season with a No. 68 national ranking after ending the year with a 32-11 overall record, including 22-6 in dual-match play...Led the team with a 10-0 record in Big 12 play and tallied six wins against ranked opponents...Rallied from a set-down to defeat Stanford's Veronica Li, 4-6, 6-2, 6-4, in the NCAA Round of 16 to clinch the match and secure Baylor's berth in the NCAA Quarterfinals...Named Big 12 Player of the Week on April 14 after clinching the match over No. 31 Texas with a 6-3, 6-0 win over Krista Damico...Teamed with Lenka Broosova to tally a 27-14 overall doubles record, including a 17-9 record in dual match play...The pair ranked ninth in the final Campbell's/ITA national rankings after advancing to the semifinals of the NCAA Doubles Championships... Named to the spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Earned a final singles ranking of 36 according to the ITA...Achieved a highest ranking of 32nd in the ITA rankings...An NCAA qualifier for the second-straight year, fell in the first round to California's Clair Ilcinkas 6-3, 6-2...Helped team to an NCAA Semifinals appearance before losing to eventual national champion UCLA...Recorded a 20-12 overall singles record, including a 16-11 mark in dual matches...Compiled a 5-11 record against ranked opponents as a sophomore...Best victory of the season came against seventh-ranked Kristi Miller of Georgia Tech 6-3, 6-4... Advanced to the Round of 16 at the Riviera All-American before falling to eventual singles national champion Amanda McDowell of Georgia Tech 6-3, 6-3...Advanced to the Flight 1 semifinals of the Freeman Memorial... Competed at the No. 2 singles position for the majority of the dual-match season...Teamed with Whitney Benik to compile a 13-2 record in doubles competition.
An ITA Singles All-American after advancing to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Singles Championships...Named a second-team All-Southeastern Conference selection...Was named the SEC Player of the Week on April 8 after posting a 4-0 singles and doubles record...Won a team-best 29 singles matches and claimed 24 doubles matches, tying for the team lead...Achieved a season-high ranking of 44th according to the ITA rankings...Went 10-2 in her final 12 dual matches of the season...Helped Florida eliminate Baylor in the Round of 16 by defeating Iva Mihaylova 6-3, 3-6, 6-4 in nearly two and a half hours to clinch the match...Reached a season-high doubles ranking of 15th with Diana Srebrovic...Finished the dual match season with a 16-4 doubles record...Won six-straight doubles matches, including wins over four Top-20 opponents.
PRIOR TO COLLEGE
Trained at Idom Club in Budapest for one year...Reached a national ranking of No. 9 in singles in 2006...Career-high WTA rankings of No. 722 in singles and No. 768 in doubles...Member of Hundary's 2006 Fed Cup team...Ranked No. 2 in 2005 national rankings for 18 & Under...Won the 2005 Hungarian Championships women's singles title, while finishing runner-up in doubles.
Full name is Csilla Borsanyi...Born Aug. 2, 1987, in Siofok, Hungary... Daughter of Tibor and Margo Borsanyi...Majoring in fashion merchandising.