2001-2002: Holds a career .754 winning percentage in singles play and a .742 winning percentage in dual action … plays at the No. 1 singles and doubles slots … topped the 100 win mark in singles in just three seasons … earned her third straight All-American honor in singles and first All-American honor in doubles … one of only three players all-time to earn three All-American awards in singles … earned Pac-10 first-team honors … finished the season ranked 13th in singles and 9th in doubles with Krstulovic…advanced to the NCAA singles quarterfinals for the second straight year … finished the year with a 24-15 record.
2000-2001: One of only six players named to the USA Tennis Collegiate Team, coached by Arizona State's Sheila McInerney. The USA Tennis Collegiate Team, an elite training program for the top American collegiate tennis players, is administered by the USTA and ITA and is designed to provide players with valuable exposure to the professional circuit in a team-oriented environment … claimed her second All-American honors in singles … reached the NCAA quarterfinals in singles, the furthest any ASU player advanced since the 1986 season … captured the Pacific-10 Conference singles title (the first men's/women's player in school history) … finished the season with a No. 6 national ranking in singles … advanced to the finals of the Pac-10 Indoor Singles Championship … first-team All-Pac-10 honors … set the Arizona State single season record for wins with a 32-8 mark … closed out the season winning 28 of her last 31 matches … posted a 21-4 record at the No. 1 slot, including a 9-4 mark in the difficult Pac-10 … tallied a 20-7 doubles record … named the Western Region's ITA Player to Watch … earned ITA National Player of the Month honors in April, recording a 11-1 record.
1999-2000: Named the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Player of the Year, as well as the Freshman of the Year at Wake Forest … also earned ITA’s National Rookie of the Year award … claimed All-American status in singles … compiled an overall record of 45-10 and a 6-0 mark against ACC competition … her 45 wins are the most ever by a player in Wake Forest history … posted a record of 16-5 at No. 1 singles in dual action … finished the season ranked No. 8 nationally … became the first freshman in Wake Forest history to reach the finals of the All-American Championships in the fall … won the ACC Indoors Singles Championship … after dropping her first collegiate match, she went on to win 14 straight matches before falling to San Diego’s Zuzana Lesanarova, the nation’s then No. 1, in the finals of the All-American Singles Championship.
High School/Juniors: Graduated from Glenbard West High School … played in satellite and challenger tournaments around the world.
Personal: Born December 21, 1979 in Chicago, Illinois … major is political science … parents are Karel and Renee Engel … brother Marty played collegiate tennis at Northern Illinois and competed professionally on the ATP Tour.