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 Katarina Gajic
Katarina Gajic
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Toronto, Ontario

High School:
College Francais

07/02/2012

Gajic and Muppidi Named to All-ACC Academic Team

Muppidi earns fourth honor and Gajic named to team for second time

04/19/2012

Women's Tennis Falls to NC State in ACC Tournament

The Eagles lose by point

04/15/2012

Women's Tennis Falls to No. 5 North Carolina

The Eagles look to the ACC Tournament

04/14/2012

Women's Tennis Falls at No. 3 Duke

The Eagles look to rebound versus No. 5 North Carolina

04/10/2012

Women's Tennis Downs BU

The Eagles take five of six singles matches

AS A SENIOR (2011-12)
Spring: Compiled a 15-7 single record on the year to finish career with a 63-58 (.521) record ... finished career with 102 career wins (102-113 overall) ... tallied a 7-3 ACC single record, recording key wins in BC victories over Wake Forest's Rebecca Siegler (4/7) in two sets, NC State's Chloe Smith (4/6) in two sets as the Eagles defeated the Wolfpack, 4-3, for the first time in school history, and Maryland's Vroni Can Berlo (2/3) in two sets ... also tallied a win against Ashley Miller, 7-6, 6-3, of NC State (4/19) as BC lost a heartbreaker, 5-2, in the first round of the ACC Tournament ... went on a seven-match winning streak, taking down opponents from No. 25 Florida State (4/1), No. 24 Georgia Tech (3/24) and No. 23 Clemson (3/23) ... went 7-14 in doubles action, playing mainly on court three with junior Ina Kauppila and moving to court two with junior Olga Khmylev when an injury cause Khmylev's partner to stop competition ... finished the season 2-3 with Khmylev ... earned a Weaver-James-Corrigan Award, the ACC postgraduate scholarship award ... recipient of the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
Fall:Went 1-1 in singles action at the Brown Invitational (9/23-25) and 1-1 paired with Kelly Barry in doubles play ... the first Eagle in many years to earn an automatic bid to the Riviera/ITA All-American Championship (10/7), earning the 14th seed ... fell to 13th-seed Lauren Embree of Florida, 6-0, 6-3, in the main draw and then lost in the consolation round to Utah's Anastasia Putilina, 6-3, 6-3 ... earned the 14th seed at the USTA/ITA Northeast Regional Championship (10/22-25), catching a bye in the first round and defeating Quinnipiac's Rachel Cantor, 6-1, 6-2, before losing in the third round ... paired with Barry in doubles action to earn a first-round win and take down Rutgers' No. 9 Holzberg/Petrini, 8-4, before falling in the following round.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)
Spring: Led Eagles to highest ITA ranking in program history (33)... defeat of ITA 10th-ranked Reka Zsilinszka, 6-4, 3-6, 1-0(11), from Duke (3/25) as an unranked player, recording the highest upset in BC history ... played in 21 singles matches, largely at the No. 3 position, finishing with a career-best 12-9, 6-6 ACC record ... achieved an ITA ranking of 103 and finished the season at 115 ... defeated No. 51 Noemie Scharle of Florida State (4/10) ... won three consecutive matches on two occasions ... went 9-12 in doubles play, including a career-best 4-8 in the ACC , with Katharine Attwell ... named the Boston College Junior Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... recipient of the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Fall:Finished 3-1 in singles and 2-0 in doubles at the Big Green Invitational (11/5-7) ... fell in only singles match at the USTA/ITA Division I Northeast Regional Championship (10/24) ... won 2-of-3 singles matches at the USTA Billy Jean National Tennis Center Women's College Invitational (10/9-10) ... at same tournament, reached the Quarterfinal Round with doubles partner Ina Kauppila, going 2-1 ... won only match of the Brown Invitational (9/25) while paired with Jacqueline Mabatah.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)
Spring: Played in 18 singles matches, predominantly at the No. 2 position ... finished the year with a record of 8-10 ... appeared in 16 doubles matches on courts two and three ... partnered with Ina Kauppila and Jacqueline Mabatah in doubles play, going 6-11 on the year ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... earned the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
Fall:Played to a 5-4 record in singles play and a 0-3 in doubles ... earned two wins in three matches at the USTA/ITA Division I Northeast Regional Championship (10/24-26) ... lost three times in as many appearances at the USTA Billy Jean National Tennis Center Women's College Invitational (10/10-11) ... went 2-0 at the Brown Invitational (9/25-26) in singles competition.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)
Spring: Played in 20 singles matches, posting the second-best singles record on the team finishing 8-11 ... saw time at the No. 1 and No. 2 spots but spent the bulk of time playing at the No. 3 position, going 7-5 for the year ... appeared in a total of 18 doubles, tallying a 7-11 record with five different partners ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... recipient of the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
Fall:Tallied a 6-3 record in singles competition ... went 1-1 at the USTA/ITA Division I Northeast Regional Championship (10/27) ... tallied four wins in four matches at the USTA Billy Jean National Tennis Center Women's College Invitational (10/11-13) ... won one match at the 16th Annual William & Mary Invitational (9/19-20).

BEFORE BC
The runner-up at the 2006 Canadian National Tournament ... champion of two consecutive ITF Tournaments in 2006.

PERSONAL
Born on April 18, 1990...oldest daughter of Alexander and Natasha Gajic...enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences as an economics major.

Year

Dual Singles

Dual Conf. Singles

Dual Doubles

Dual Conf. Doubles

Tournament

Vs. Ranked Opponents

2008-09

8-11

3-8

7-11

0-0

6-4 (6-4 Singles; 0-0 Doubles)

0-5

2009-10

8-10

2-7

6-11

1-9

5-7 (5-4 Singles; 0-3 Doubles)

0-3

2010-11

12-10

6-5

9-12

4-7

8-4 (5-3 Singles; 3-1 Doubles)

3-3

2011-12

15-7

7-3

7-14

1-10

5-6 (2-4 Singles; 3-2 Doubles)

0-1

Totals

43-38

18-24

29-47

6-26

24-21 (18-15 Singles; 6-6 Doubles)

3-12

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