Junior Samantha Vickers earns spot in singles bracket, while Vickers and sophomore Isaura Enrique will compete in the doubles tournament
TULSA – One of the most prolific tennis players ever to compete at Tulsa . . . career totals includes a 115-39 singles record and an 88-43 doubles mark . . . her 115 singles wins and 88 doubles victories ranks first among TU’s career singles and doubles leaders, respectively . . . has averaged 28 singles wins during each of her three seasons at Tulsa . . . has a .747 winning percentage in singles . . . a four-time all-WAC singles selection and two-time doubles team performer . . . her 30 wins as a junior ranks fourth on the school’s single-season win list, while her 29 victories as a sophomore ranks fifth and her 28 wins as a freshman and a senior are sixth.
SENIOR (2002-03) – Netted a 28-10 singles record this year, including an 18-6 mark this spring . . . owns the seventh spot on the Tulsa single season win list with her 28 victories this season . . . the career singles and doubles leader with 115 singles wins and 88 doubles victories . . . earned a No. 102 singles ranking at the beginning of the season . . . completed the season with a No. 5 singles Central Region ranking . . . chosen to compete in the 2003 NCAA Women’s Tennis Singles Championships, but fell 6-0, 6-3 to Southern California’s 21st-ranked Luana Magnani in the first round . . . teamed up with Alicia Pillay for the majority of the season to notch a 23-12 doubles mark . . . the duo faced 12 ranked opponents, including seven in the top-25 . . . with Pillay, ranked as high as the No. 30 doubles tandem, but fell out of the polls on April 28 . . . finished the season with a No. 5 Central Region doubles ranking with Pillay . . . named the WAC Women’s Tennis Player of the Week on January 27 and March 10 . . . earned all-WAC first-team singles and doubles accolades . . . received the Regional ITA Cissie Leary Award for Sportsmanship . . . named to the 2003 TU Ultimate Team . . . Tulsa Women’s Tennis Co-Player of the Year . . . chosen as the GTR Athlete Profile of the Month for April . . . named to the All-WAC Scholar Athlete team.
JUNIOR (2001-02) – Chalked up a career single-season best 30 singles wins, which were second on the team . . . was 30-12 overall in singles and 18-12 in dual matches . . . posted a 6-2 mark at the top singles spot and a 12-5 record at No. 2 singles . . . selected to the all-WAC First Team in singles . . . named the WAC Tennis Player of the Month for October 2001 . . . named the WAC Tennis Player of the Week on January 30 . . . ranked as high as 47th nationally in singles and was ranked for a majority of the spring season . . . completed the season ranked seventh in singles and 15th in doubles among Central Region players . . . captured the 2001 ITA Central Region Singles Championship . . . became just the second player in school history to win the region’s singles title . . . chalked up an 18-12 doubles record, including 14-7 with Mariana Barrios at No. 2 . . . posted a fall season record of 12-5 in singles and 3-4 in doubles . . . won her first six singles matches to begin the fall campaign . . . began the first two rounds of the 2001 Riviera Women’s All-American Tennis Championships by defeating two nationally-ranked singles players, including 66th-ranked Selia Mathew of Alabama, 7-6, 6-1, and the tournament’s second-seeded player, Baylor’s 25th-ranked Katja Kovac, 6-1, 6-3, in the singles qualifying round . . . a member of the all-WAC Academic team.
SOPHOMORE (2000-01) – Concluded her second season with a 29-10 singles record and a 20-10 doubles mark . . . was named to the all-WAC singles and doubles second team . . . named the WAC Player of the Week on February 14 . . . ranked as high as No. 80 among the nation’s top singles players . . . finished with a 16-5 dual mark . . . was named to the all-WAC Academic team . . . posted a 13-5 singles record and a 3-5 doubles mark during the fall season . . . was one of eight players to qualify for the main draw at the T. Rowe Price Clay Courts after she won three straight matches . . . claimed the Flight #1 title at the Hurricane Invitational . . . won her first round match at the All-American Championships against #92 Raquel Kops-Jones of California, 6-4, 6-1, before falling in the second round . . . fell in the quarterfinals of the 2000 Central Region Championships . . . with partner, Bianca Posada, advanced to the semifinals of the USD/SDSU Tournament.
FRESHMAN (1999-00) – Completed her freshman campaign with a 28-7 singles mark, which ranked first on the team . . . was named to the all-WAC singles team . . . recorded a school record 20 consecutive singles victories . . . recorded a dual record of 22-3 during the spring campaign . . . captured her first win over a nationally-ranked opponent when she defeated #75 Lucie Dvorakova of TCU, 6-4, 6-1 . . . of her 21 dual matches, only four were extended to a third set . . . was named the WAC Player of the Week on April 4 . . . just the third freshman in school history to reach the 20-win plateau . . . was 9-2 against Central Region singles players . . . in doubles, she tallied a 27-7 overall record with four partners . . . was 18-4 with Posada and ended the spring with 10 straight doubles victories and won a total of 17 out of their last 19 contests . . . the duo led the team in doubles wins . . . registered a 6-4 singles mark during the fall season . . . finished 11-5 in doubles in the fall, including a 3-0 record with Jana Sedivec to capture the Flight “B” doubles at the Lady Razorback Invitational . . . advanced to the finals of the Flight #1 singles at the Hurricane Invitational . . . was named to the all-WAC Academic team.
PRIOR TO TULSA – Attended the School of the Sacred Heart in Poland . . . ranked as high as ninth nationally in her country as a prep senior . . . captured first-place in doubles and second-place in singles at the 1998 Indoor Polish Championships.
PERSONAL – A finance major . . . a four-time member of the all-WAC Academic team . . . named to the ITA Scholar Athlete team as a junior . . . was selected to the 2002 Verizon Academic All-District At-large Second Team . . . born April 28, 1980 . . . one of four children of Maria and Jacek Durski.
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