WASHINGTON: Three-year letterwinner who played predominantly in the No. 3 singles position Ö Listed 41st in the ITA preseason doubles rankings along with Erin Boisclair.
2000-01 (Junior): Posted a 20-14 doubles record, including an 18-12 record while teaming with Claire Carter...Those two finished the season ranked No. 33 in the final ITA ratings ... Earned an NCAA Tournament doubles invitation, competing with Claire Carter Ö They fell 6-3, 6-4 to the Ohio State team of Kristy Dascoli and Monica Rincon Ö Was 4-1 in No. 1 doubles and 12-8 in No. 2 doubles...Defeated Armyís Annie Collier 6-1, 6-0 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on May 12.
1999-2000 (Sophomore): Competed in professional tournaments over the summer to capture a national WTA ranking of 924 ... Competed as an amateur on the womenís pro tennis tour over the summer ... Ended the season with a 19-16 singles record and a 12-17 doubles mark ... Played two matches in the No. 1 position ... Defeated three ranked opponents ... Earned 11 victories over Pac-10 opponents during the season ... Had three three-match win streaks during the season.
1998-99 (Freshman): Qualified for the NCAA Doubles Championship with Kristina Kraszewski after being ranked as high as 22nd in the nation ... The duo finished the season at 23rd in the ITA rankings, defeating five ranked doubles teams during the year ... Placed second at the Pac-10 Invitational in Flight I doubles ... Put together an 18-14 singles mark as a rookie, including a 4-2 slate at No. 2 and 3-0 at No. 4 ... Finished the season ranked 20th in the region playing in the second and third slots ... Recorded a win over a ranked opponent, downing No. 96 Amanda Basica of UCLA in dual-match competition ... Won her NCAA first-round singles match ... Advanced to the third round in singles and semifinals in doubles at the Rolex Regionals ... Earned the teamís sportsmanship and most improved awards.
Juniors/High School: Finished her prep career as the No. 31 player in the USTA under-18s ... Became the first player in Los Angeles High School history to win the CIF tournament three straight times, leading her squad to the team title from 1996-98 ... Earned the Los Angeles Player of the Week award for that accomplishment ... Was undefeated in regular-season play her entire high school career playing the No. 1 position at Pacific Palisades H.S ... Named her teamís most valuable player as a junior and senior ... Placed third at the USTA National Indoors in the under-16s in 1996.
Personal: Parents are Lili and Alex Kordonskaya ... Has an older brother, Sergei, who plays college for the University of Redlands in California ... Mother is a gymnastics coach ... .Goal is to become a professional tennis player ... Also enjoys music, reading and going to the beach.