ITA All-American Doubles
Two-Time Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll selection
Fall 2013 (Sophomore): Tallied 8-4 record in singles play...Advanced to quarterfinals of ITA Texas Regional and quarterfinals of Jack Kramer Club Invite, dropping both matches to TCU's 30th-ranked Stefanie Tan...Went 9-4 in doubles play, including 9-2 mark with freshman Blair Shankle...Won Racquet Club Collegiate doubles crown with Shankle, defeating 10th-ranked Dominique Harmath and Natalie Beazant of Rice, 8-7(4), in semifinals... Was ranked No. 5 in doubles with Ema Burgic, but went 0-2 vs. pair of ranked foes at Riviera/ITA All-American Championships in only matches together...Named to fall Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2012-13 (Redshirt Freshman): Recorded 14-19 record in singles competition, including 8-17 mark in dual-match play with best win over No. 29 Liz Jeukeng of Clemson...Provided clinching point vs. No. 15 Texas Tech with 6-3, 6-4 win over Kenna Kilgo at No. 2 singles spot to help BU take 4-3 victory and earn share of Big 12 regular season title...Reached season-high singles ranking of No. 120 in late March...Posted 27-6 mark in doubles action, including a 25-3 record with teammate Ema Burgic...Went 7-2 in league play to earn Big 12's No. 1 doubles position title...Honored as All-Big 12 doubles performer...Ranked No. 10 along with Burgic in the final ITA doubles ranking to earn ITA All-American doubles honors...Had season-high doubles ranking of No. 4 in May...Invited to NCAA Doubles Championships, but did not play due to Burgic injury...Opened career with three straight singles wins at ITA Texas Regional to make round of 16...Fell to country's fourth-ranked player in Texas A&M's Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar...Was 5-2 overall in fall play...Went 4-1 in doubles play with partners Megan Horter (2-0) and Burgic (3-0)...Ranked No. 11 in the preseason ITA doubles rankings with Burgic as duo rolled to doubles title at the Jack Kramer Club Invite with three straight wins to end season...Named to spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Prep/Juniors: Spent one year at the Belorussian State University of Physical Culture...Played for the Belorussian junior Fed Cup team from 2008-11...Won the silver medal in the 2009 European Winter Cup...Has one ITF junior tournament win and five tournament final appearances in singles...Has eight tournament wins and has made it to the finals of an event on eight other occasions...Was the Belarus National Champion in the under-12 and under-16 age categories.
Personal: Full name is Victoria Kisialeva...Born Dec. 30, 1993, in Minsk, Belarus...Daughter of Alexander and Alla Kisialeva...Has one brother, Dmitry...Majoring in business administration.