Baylor will serve as one of 15 host sites for the ITA Kick-Off Qualifying Rounds
Senior Nina Secerbegovic reached her third straight Round of 16
Three singles and one doubles pair will compete for Baylor in Thursday's Round of 32
Baylor will be represented by three singles and one doubles tandem
Baylor finishes the season with a 25-8 record
2011 NCAA All-Tournament Doubles
2011 Big 12 Tournament Most Outstanding Player
2011 All-Big 12 Singles
2011 Fall (Senior)
Led team with a 14-4 singles record and 4-2 doubles record in four tournaments during fall season...Won six consecutive matches to claim ITA Texas Regional title and earn berth to ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships...Defeated six ranked opponents, all in top 60...At ITA Texas Regional, took down No. 10 Marta Lesniak of SMU and No. 24 Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar, each in straight sets...Opened fall with six straight ranked opponents, going 4-2 with wins over No. 31 Brynn Boren of Tennessee and No. 36 Emily Fraser of Virginia...Teamed with Jordaan Sanford in doubles at ITA Texas Regional, earning spot in semifinal with three consecutive wins.
Integral part of Baylor's run to the NCAA team semifinal, earning all-NCAA tournament honors in doubles with 5-0 record and notching perfect 4-0 mark in singles...Went 3-0 in singles and 2-1 in doubles to earn Big 12 Tournament's Most Outstanding Player award...Had overall record of 30-7 in singles, including 17-0 mark at No. 3, and 24-10 record in doubles...Earned all-Big 12 honors in singles with perfect 11-0 conference record...Ranked third on team with nine wins over ranked opponents, including two top 10 wins in straight sets over No. 8 Aeriel Ellis of Texas and No. 10 Danielle Lao of USC...Won 17 consecutive singles matches from March 16-May 22...Teamed with Sona Novakova for a 20-7 dual-match record, including season-ending six-match win streak...Pair was 12-2 at No. 3 doubles and defeated Stanford's 74th-ranked pair of Carolyn McVeigh and Stacey Tan in NCAA semifinal...Did not enter any fall tournaments.
2009-10 (Sophomore - Georgia State)
Named CAA Co-Player of the Year, becoming first GSU women's tennis player to win award in back-to-back years...Also selected for NCAA Singles Championship for second straight season, but was unable to compete...Posted 17-0 overall singles mark tying school record for wins in season with Lisa Teer, who set mark in 1989...Never lost a set in conference play and earned All-CAA first team honors in singles and second-team All-CAA accolades in doubles with partner Linda Hricistova...Collected wins over three ranked opponents, No. 84 Monica Arguello (Furman), region No. 5 Courtney McLane (Alabama), and No. 19 Nadine Fahoum (ODU)...In two seasons, compiled overall record of 29-2 while playing No. 1 singles...Was 9-5 overall in doubles while teaming with Kir Kemp and Lindsay Hearn...Named CAA Co-Women's Tennis Player of the Week (Mar. 30) and CAA Player of the Week (Feb. 14)... Ranked high as No. 22 (Mar. 30) in ITA polls becoming highest ranked player in GSU history and finished year at No. 30 ...Named to GSU Dean's List ... Posted a 3-1 singles mark during fall season with wins over Florida Gulf Coast's Pricilla Villemond, Florida State's Jessica Sucupira, and upset top-seeded Lauren Embree of Florida at ITA South Regionals...
2008-09 (Freshman - Georgia State)
Named CAA Rookie of the Year and CAA Player of the year, becoming first Georgia State women's tennis player to earn CAA Player of the Year honors and second player in CAA history to earn both honors in same season...Helped Georgia State win first CAA title and reach NCAA Championships for first time...Selected for NCAA Singles Championship, becoming first Panther female to earn entry, but did not compete due to injury...Posted a 12-2 mark at No. 1 singles in dual-match play...Only singles losses were to top-20 players Fani Chifchieva of Auburn and Sanaz Marand of North Carolina...Dropped only one set in 12 victories...Earned first-team All-CAA honors in singles and second-team All-CAA accolades in doubles with partner Linda Hricistova...Went 9-4 overall in doubles...Named CAA Co-Women's Tennis Player of the Week (Mar. 15) and CAA Player of the Week (Apr. 3)...Collected wins over No. 83 Tiffany Welcher (UNCW) and No. 58 Katie Rybakova (FSU)...Ranked as high as No. 65 (Mar. 3) in ITA polls and finished year at No. 87...Named to GSU Dean's List...Returned home to win the Slovenian National Championship following season...Posted a 3-2 singles mark during fall campaign with win over Georgia Tech's Viet Ha Nago (No. 25).
Prior to Georgia State
Attended Turistic School in Velenje, Slovenia...10-time Slovenian champion...Competed internationally and ranked high as No. 103 in ITF and 483 in WTA with wins in two ITF events in Dubrovnik and Brcko.
Born May 7, 1988 to Brahko and Milena Nakic...Has two sisters, Milka and Branka...Majoring in international busines.