As a Junior (2015-16): Won a team-high 11 doubles matches including five in conference play…earned two doubles victories over nationally ranked opponents…won 10 singles matches with two coming against nationally ranked opponents.
As a Sophomore (2014-2015): Played at four spots in the Maryland lineup…started the season at No. 4…dropped her opening match to No. 32 Belinda Woolcock of Florida (1/25)…edged by Olivia Thaler of William and Mary, 7-5, 5-7, 7-6 (2/1)…moved to No. 3 and dropped a match to Stephen F. Austin’s Vivienne Kulicke (2/7)…played her second match at No. 5 of the season and defeated Rutgers’ Lee Levy, 6-2, 6-2 (2/28)…fell in three sets to Marijana Novakovic of Old Dominion (3/6)…moved to No. 6 and defeated Nebraska’s Mackenna Maddox, 4-6, 7-6, 11-1 (3/13)…dropped her final two matches of the season against No. 55 Illinois (4/4) and No. 48 Indiana (4/11)…Fall Season…played in the USTA/ITA Atlantic Regional Championships…won two matches to reach the semifinals of the UVA Fall Invitational (10/10-12).
As a Freshman (2013-2014): won matches at four spots in the lineup throughout the season ... started the year at No. 1 singles and notched a victory against George Washington (1/25) ... moved to No. 2 against Pittsburgh (2/28) and defeated Taylor Washington ... played at the No. 3 and No. 4 positions by the end of the season ... advanced to the semifinals of flight A singles at the Cissie Leary Invitational in the fall.
Before Maryland: competed at Monte Vista High School in Danville, CA before transitioning to the Chris Evert Tennis Academy after her sophomre year ... helped the Mustangs win the NCS championships in 2010 ... chose Maryland over Columbia and Nebraska.
Personal: daughter of Ari and Arda Hovsepyan ... has one sibling, Joey ... pretended to be Jennifer Capriati playing tennis as a kid.
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