The Washington No. 2 doubles squad completes a perfect weekend by winning the Pac-12 Invitational title.
Washington completes the regular season with a win over its archrival.
The Dawgs wrap up conference play by hosting archrival Washington State.
The Dawgs improve to 12-9 with a non-conference victory.
No. 45 Washington earns a big Pac-12 road win over No. 75 Colorado, 5-2.
High School and Personal: Born in Jakarta, Indonesia ... mother is Rhawati and father is Sahata ... has one older brother, Daniel ... one of the top-ranked juniors in the world, achieving a career-best ITF junior ranking of 32 in August of 2010 ... competed in the main draw of singles and doubles at all four junior major championships ... made the round of 16 at the 2010 junior Australian Open, and the round of 32 at the 2009 junior U.S. Open ... played at junior Wimbledon and junior French Open in 2009 and 2010 ... competed in a number of pro circuit events, garnering a career-high singles ranking of No. 607 and doubles ranking of No. 550, both in 2011 ... won two doubles titles in 10,000-level tour events, and reached singles semis or finals at four 10,000-level events ... made the round of 16 in singles at three different 25,000-level pro events ... won bronze medal in mixed doubles at the 2011 Southeast Asian Games ... made the semis of the 2010 ITF/LTAT Junior Championships in Thailand and 2009 Yucatan World Cup, both grade 1 junior tourneys, and the semis of the grade 2 South Carolina event in Lexington ... competed in the Junior Fed Cup finals in 2009 for Indonesia, going 2-5 in singles and 4-1 in doubles ... also played basketball in high school.