Two doubles teams also earn spot in end-of-year ITA listings.
Bears unable to get past country's top ranked team in NCAA quarterfinals.
Bears advance to NCAA Championship quarterfinals for sixth-time in program history.
Bears look to return NCAA semifinals for first time since 2011.
Bears play Cavaliers in Round of 16 Friday at 7 p.m. in Waco.
Baylor Women's NCAA tennis, 05/09/2015
2014 All-Big 12 Singles & Doubles
2014 Fall (Junior): Earned team-high singles ranking of No. 37 entering season...Finished 5-4 in singles action in three tournaments...Dropped season-opening contest, but then won next five, before losing final three matches...Reached round of 16 of USTA/ITA Texas Regional Championships, before losing only match against ranked foe (No. 93 Natalie Beazant of Rice)...Was 2-5 in doubles play with partners Eliza Long (0-3) and Rachael James-Baker (2-2).
2013-14 (Sophomore): Named All-Big 12 in both singles and doubles...Tallied 22-17 singles record overall and 15-12 mark in dual-match play...Played majority of season as No. 1 singles player and was 7-16 against ranked foes...Garnered NCAA Singles Championship selection, but lost in first round to No. 34 Yana Koroleva of Clemson, 6-3, 6-3...Concluded season as highest ranked BU singles player at No. 52...Achieved season-high singles rank of No. 34 on March 25...Posted best win of season on March 11, 6-3, 7-5 victory over No. 25 Zoe Scandalis to help BU beat No. 10 USC on road, 4-3...Recorded 16-6 record in doubles with four different partners...Achieved most success with Ema Burgic as duo had 12-1 record, including 7-0 record in Big 12 play...Had breakout fall season, posting 7-4 record with three wins against ranked opponents....Reached finals of ITA Texas Regional with wins over No. 49 Dominique Hamath of Rice, No. 108 Anna Mamalat of Texas A&M and TCU's 30th-ranked Stefanie Tan...Fell in event final to 48th-ranked Cristina Stancu of Texas A&M...Selected to prestigious USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate due to strong regional showing...Lost two matches at New York event, both to ranked foes...Went 1-2 in doubles action in the fall with three different partners.
2012-13 (Freshman): Joined team in January...Finished year ranked No. 19 in the ITA Texas Region...Tallied 16-10 mark in singles action...Developed consistency in latter part of season to win eight of final 10 decisions...Played primarily at the No. 3 and 4 spots in the lineup...Provided clinching point with 6-4, 6-4 victory in last match on court in 4-3 win over No. 26 Texas on April 19...Posted an 11-15 mark in doubles action including a win over No. 82 Mia Lancaster and Emma Devine of Oklahoma with partner Alex Leatu on April 13...Won nine of last 11 doubles matches, highlighted by 8-3 victory with Leatu at Texas Tech on April 21 to claim doubles point for BU in 4-3 win over Red Raiders.
Prep/Juniors: Rated as No. 9 recruit in the country and No. 3 player in state of California by tennisrecruiting.net...Won a trio of events including the USTA National Open held in Lakewood, Calif. in 2012...Defeated five other players ranked in the top 60 by tennisrecruiting.net...Picked up wins at 55th-annual Long Beach Junior Tournament and the USTA 50K Women's Sacramento Qualifying Wild Card Tournament.
Personal: Full name is Kiah Brooke Generette...Born Jan. 17, 1995, in Long Beach, Calif...Daughter of Victor Generette...Majoring in exercise physiology.