Lady Bears beat No. 25 Tulsa, 4-0, for third top-25 win of 2015.
Baylor women's tennis from the 2007 ITA Southwest Regional in Lubbock, Texas.
Baylor women's tennis against Texas A&M in NCAA tournament. 05/13/2007
Baylor Women's Tennis Fall Invitational - 09/16/06
Baylor Women's Tennis Fall Invitational - 09/15/2006
2009 NCAA Doubles All-American
2009 NCAA All-Tournament Team
2009 All-Big 12 Singles and Doubles
2009 Big 12 Player of the Week (March 16, March 23, April 6)
Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Spring 2009)
2008 NCAA Singles and Doubles All-American
2008 All-Big 12 Singles and Doubles
2007 ITA Southwest Region Rookie of the Year
2007 All-Big 12 Singles and Doubles
2007 Big 12 No. 3 Singles Champion
FALL 2009 (SENIOR)
Compiled a 7-3 head-to-head record, playing in three tournaments...Earned a spot in the semifinal of the ITA National Indoor Championship after defeating No. 18 Marina Cossou of Cal and No. 27 Caitlin Whoriskey of Tennessee...Reached the quarterfinals of the Wilson/ITA Texas Regional with three consecutive wins.
All-America doubles selection after advancing to the semifinals of the NCAA Doubles Championship...Named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team...Named to the All-Big 12 singles and doubles team...Finished the season with a No. 35 national ranking after ending the season with a 31-7 mark, including a 26-3 record in dual matches...Also recorded a 10-5 record against ranked opponents and finished the season with a 19-match winning streak in dual matches...Named Big 12 Player of the Week on three occasions (March 16, March 23, April 6), only the second player in Baylor history to earn the league's weekly award three times in the same season...Teamed with Csilla Borsanyi 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....Recorded a 9-0 record in Big 12 action, finishing the conference season with a perfect record for the second-straight season...Was a perfect 20-0 at the No. 2 singles position during the season...Won in straight sets 17 times during her season-ending 19-match winning streak in dual matches...Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in Spring 2009.
Earned All-America honors in singles and doubles...Advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals before falling to eventual national champion Amanda McDowell...Finished her sophomore season with a 52-5 overall record, including an 18-3 record against ranked opponents...Completed the best season in Baylor tennis history, having won a program record 52 matches on the season...Her overall record in singles play of 52-5 was five wins better than Zuzana Cerna's 47 in 2005-06, and three more wins than Benedikt Dorsch, who tallied 49 wins in 2002-03...Achieved a season-high ranking of No. 8 on March 4; ended the season ranked No. 10...Named to the All-Big 12 team for singles and doubles play...Finished the season with a 33-1 dual-match record, with her only loss of the season coming against then-96th-ranked Yvette Hyndman of Georgia on March 11...Enters the 2009 season riding a 19-match winning streak in dual match competition...Finished Big 12 play with a perfect 10-0 record, and finished the season with a perfect 20-0 record at the No. 3 singles position...Teamed with teammate Zuzana Zemenova to fashion a 24-6 dual-match doubles record, including a 12-7 mark against ranked opponents...Finished the season with a 36-10 overall doubles record...Won the ITA Southwest Regional Championship with a 6-3, 6-3 victory over Taylor Ormond...Teamed with Zemenova to claim the ITA Southwest Regional doubles championship...Finished second with Zemenova at the 2007 ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships...Finished as the runner-up in the HEB Baylor Invitational, falling to Jana Bielikova 6-2, 6-3 in the championship match...Began the fall season ranked No. 54 nationally...Opened her fall campaign with a nine-match winning streak and went 16-3 overall...Earned tournament titles at the Baylor Invitational on Sept. 30 and at the ITA Southwest Regional in Lubbock, Texas, on Oct. 23...Both tournament victories came against fellow Baylor teammates...Posted an 8-1 record against ranked opponents, collecting wins against No. 11 Fani Chifchieva (Auburn), No. 23 Kirsten Flower (Georgia Tech), No. 37 Adriana Solarova (South Alabama), No. 69 Whitney Deason (Stanford), No. 74 Anastasia Revzena (Florida), No. 78 Nina Munch-Soegaard (TCU), No. 103 Maria Mizyuk (Nevada)...All 19 matches played were straight-sets...Last three-set match was played on April 7, 2007, against Pepperdine's Eva Dickes...Dating back to March 14, 2007, Broosova collected 25 consecutive victories, needing a third set just twice.
Named to the All-Big 12 singles first team and won the conference singles title at the No. 3 position...Finished the season with a 37-8 record which included a perfect 11-0 mark in Big 12 action and a 16-match winning streak to end the season...Won Midland's Invitational Tournament with five-straight wins, including victories over no. 64 Iva Gersic of New Mexico in the quarterfinals and No. 46 Sylvia Kosakowski of Pepperdine in the finals...The tournament's success sparked a fall season team-best eight-match winning streak...Played primarily at the No. 3 position where she posted a 20-2 record in the spring; also saw action at No. 2 singles (3-2) and No. 4 singles (1-0)...Led Baylor with 37 singles victories and 25 doubles victories... Reach as high as No. 37 in the individual ITA singles ranking and teamed with Klara Zrustova to garner a No. 53 ranking at season's end...Tied for Baylor's second-best singles winning percentage for the fall semester at .765...Tallied a singles record of 13-4 and a doubles record of 6-3...Finished the season with a win against No. 92 Anastasia Revzena in the NCAA Tournament's team competition...Was named the ITA Southwest Region's Rookie of the Year marking the second time in three season's that a Baylor tennis player earned the award.
PRIOR TO BAYLOR
Entered Baylor as a true freshman having graduated from the Osemrocne Sportove Gymnazium in Slovakia...Highest career ranking came in 2005 when the International Tennis Federation (ITF) under-18 singles rankings listed her at No. 76 in the world.
Born July 23, 1987, to Miroslav and Zora Broosova in Banska Bystrica, Slovakia... Enjoys watching the NBA and lists the 76ers her favorite team... Lists listening to music, hip hop, and dance as favorite interests... Communications Specialist major.