Fall 1999: Completed a perfect performance a the Maryland Invitational Tournament by winning both the Flight B singles and Flight A doubles championships ... competed in the second round of the Blast 1 singles competition at the Illinois Invitational Tournament ... seeded No. 5 in doubles at ITA Eastern Region Championships and won three matches before losing in the fourth round ... posted a 7-6 overall record.
1999: Sophomore year ... compiled an 18-15 overall record ... 11-9 in spring duals ... competed in the No. 4 spot in singles for a 18-15 overall record ... posted three wins at the William & Mary Invitational ... started spring season with eight consecutive wins ... dropped only one set in those eight wins.
Fall 1998: Compiled a 6-5 record ... competed in four tournaments including the East Regional, William & Mary Invitational, the Maryland Invitational, and the Ohio State Invitational ... won the Flight B consolation at the William & Mary Invitational.
1998: Freshman year ... runner-up at the William & Mary Invitational Flight C ... finished the year with a 20-14 record, competing at the No. 4 and 5 singles positions ... advanced to the round of 16 at the Eastern Rolex Championships ... teamed with Stacy Walkowitz and finished ranked No. 10 in the East ... the duo finished runner-up in both the Maryland and Florida Invitational Flight B divisions.
Junior career: At The Hockaday School ... won the ITA summer circuit in Texas winning two tournaments and reaching the finals of another ... was a four-year member of the Texas Intersectional Team ... finished her junior career ranked No. 3 in Texas and No. 62 nationally.
Personal: Born Sept. 9, 1978 ... daughter of Robert and Minerva Terrill ... has a brother, Clark, and a sister, Denise ... enjoys horseback riding, reading, and rollerblading ... also recruited by Duke, Texas A&M, Purdue and Illinois ... majoring in communications ... minor in Spanish ... chose Maryland because she "really felt comfortable with the team and (she) liked the area, size and location of the school itself."