Played one match during the fall season, dropping a three set match to Christina Amo of Texas A&M at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic...Finished the season with a 4-3 mark in doubles, including teaming up with Tunaru for an 8-0 victory over Samford in her only doubles match during the spring...sidelined due to injury.
Posted a 15-14 overall singles record...Posted a season best four-match winning streak from Jan. 19 through Feb. 3...Picked up a conference singles victory over DeAndra Saddler of Mississippi State at No. 5 singles...Earned a career-high 15 singles victories.
SECFreshman Honor Roll...Competed in 33 singles matches and 33 doubles matches...Racked up 14 single match victories throughout the fall and spring, which included wins against No. 69 Furman, No. 31 Kentucky, No. 42 Washington State and No. 35 Michigan...Paired with Shelley Godwin for a season high five consecutive doubles wins that began against two ranked opponents No. 44 University of Colorado and No. 69 Furman...Paired with Alice Tunaru to defeat No. 64 Mississippi State and with Andrea Brenes to defeat No. 42 Washington State...Paired again with Godwin to rack up four wins over ranked SEC opponents - No. 31 Kentucky, No. 39 LSU, No. 37 Auburn and top ranked Georgia, the pair was only one of two schools to defeat Georgia in doubles all year
Helped her team to the state titlefour consecutive years from 2003 to 2006, the last being Marist's 11th consecutive championship, a state record...Played in the No. 1 and No. 2 singles positions...Was No. 84 in singles and No. 11 in doubles National Rankings Girls 16's...Represented the Southern Section of World Team Tennis that won the national title in 2005 at San Diego, Calif....Was the co-captain of her team senior year...Named MVP and earned All-America honors as a junior after going undefeated (19-0); Also named Most Consistent Player...Won the Sportsmanship Award and Lisa Waring Coaches Award as a sophomore with a record of 16-1...Made the Atlanta Journal-Constitution All-Area Team in 2004 and All-State Team in 2005...Was a Dekalb Neighbor Newspaper Player of the Week in 2004...Posted an 11-1 record as a freshman...Played AAU basketball prior to high school...Was the German National Honor Society secretary...Member and secretary of FCA...Participated in Habitat for Humanity "All Women" Build in 2004 and 2005.
Born on August 12, 1988...Daughter of Otto and Dolores Svensson...Has one sister, Alexa...Majoring in political science.