2011 NCAA Singles All-American
2011 All-Big 12 Singles and Doubles
2010 NCAA Singles All-American
2010 All-Big 12 Singles and Doubles
2010 Big 12 No. 2 Singles Champion
2010 Academic All-Big 12
Four-time Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll selection
2011 Fall (Senior)
Competed in one tournament during fall season...Invited to ITA/Riviera All-American Championships, but fell in first round of singles to second-ranked Allie Will of Florida.
Led team in wins for second straight season with 31-6 overall record...Earned second-career All-America honor in singles after reaching quarterfinals of NCAA Singles Championship...Finished season ranked No. 33 in singles and No. 39 in doubles with partner Sona Novakova...Second on team with 12 wins over ranked opponents, including six top-50 wins...Defeated No. 9 Marta Lesniak of SMU in straight sets for highest-ranked win of season...Compiled 21-15 doubles record, including 9-2 mark when partnered with Novakova...Earned all-Big 12 honors in both singles and doubles...Named Big 12 Player of the Week on two occasions (March 22 and April 12)...Tied teammate Diana Nakic for longest singles win streak of 17 from Feb. 19-April 20....Recorded 9-1 record in Big 12 singles play and 8-2 record in conference doubles play...Had 2-2 head-to-head record in two fall tournaments...Won two of three matches, reaching Round of 16 at ITA/Rivieria All-American...Defeated 49th-ranked Hilary Bartlett of Princeton, 6-4, 6-4, and No. 18 Anouk Tigu of Arkansas, 7-6 (6), 6-3, before falling to Stanford's second-ranked Hilary Barte, 1-6, 2-6...Earned automatic berth into the USTA/ITA Indoor National Championships, but fell to No. 3 Maria Sanchez of USC 2-6, 6-3, 2-6...Teamed with Sona Novakova to win USTA/ITA Texas Regional with 9-8(5) win over the No. 47 team of SMU's Marta Lesniak and Heather Steinbauer...Went 1-1 with another ranked win at the USTA/ITA Indoor National Championships.
Compiled team-best 43-5 singles record, including 31-2 dual-match record and 10-1 mark against Big 12 opponents...Earned All-America honors in singles, playing way into quarterfinals of NCAA Singles Championship and finished season ranked No. 16...Season's 43 wins ranks as third-highest single-season total in BU history...Went 17-4 against nationally-ranked opponents, including eight top-50 wins...Defeated UCLA's sixth-ranked Yasmin Schnack 6-4, 6-3 for highest-ranked win of season...In four NCAA Tournament matches, went 4-0 in singles with all straight-set wins, and 2-0 in doubles with two unfinished matches...Began dual-match season with team-best 18-0 win streak, only playing into third set twice...Also had 15-match win streak...Earned Big 12 No. 2 Singles title with 10 conference wins...In doubles, went 25-6 with four different partners, but managed perfect 17-0 record with Jelena Stanivuk to end season ranked No. 62...Had 9-2 head-to-head record, playing in two tournaments...Reached finals of Wilson/ITA Texas Regional after five victories in a row, before falling to Texas' Aeriel Ellis...Won all three pre-qualifying matches and first qualifying match at ITA Riviera All-American...Earned Academic All-Big 12 First Team honors...Named to fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Mid-term freshman...Finished season with a No. 123 ranking, first-ever appearance in Campbell's/ITA rankings...Tallied 24-3 record, including a 24-1 mark in dual matches... Finished season with 21-match winning streak, all in dual-match play...Tallied one win against ranked opponents, 7-6 (2), 6-2 over No. 101 Carolyn McVeigh of Stanford in NCAA Round of 16...During 21-match winning streak, was pushed to three sets on just one occasion...Recorded four wins by 6-0, 6-0 score, and lost two games or less in 13 matches...Teamed with Kasia Siwosz to record 16-8 overall doubles record, including 15-7 mark in dual matches...Named to spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Prior to Baylor
Enrolled at Baylor in January 2009 as true freshman...Prepped at Gimnasium Mesa Selimovic for head coach Joguncic Admir...Five-time national champion in native Bosnia & Herzegovina, won national title at U-10, U-12, U-14, U-16 and U-18 classifications...Won gold medal at the International Children's Games in Ohio in 2004...Four-time member of the Bosnia & Herzegovina Fed Cup team, playing on 2004-07 squads...Holds 8-1 doubles record in Fed Cup play, a national record for doubles wins at the tournament...Named the Tuzla Athlete of the Year in 2004 and 2006, and Best Teenage Athlete in 2004 and 2005.
Full name is Nadina Secerbegovic...Born Sept. 28, 1989, in Tuzla, Bosnia & Herzegovina...Daughter of Dzevad and Edina Secerbegovic...Has one brother, Elmir...Majoring in business.