|| Delila Causevic
2002: Led Maryland with 11 fall season wins
runner-up at the Maryland Invitational in singles
won the doubles title at the Maryland Invitational with partner Emily Marker
ranked No. 25 in doubles nationally
advanced to the semifinals of the ITA Regionals in doubles, by defeating No. 3 Adria Engel/Dora Krstulovic of Arizona State, 8-1
defeated top-ranked Courtney Bergman of Harvard and Daniela Kaluskova of Syracuse at the Omni Hotels Regionals.
Spring 2002: Compiled a 13-8 record in the spring at the No. 1 singles position ... ranked as high as No. 38 in the nation ... notched win at ACC Championships against FSU's Anca Dumitrescu ... earned All-ACC honors for third straight year ... made first NCAA tounament appearance, where she lost to Fresno State's Kim Niggemeyer ... started doubles play with a 12-0 winning streak with partner Emily Marker ... the duo finished the season, 16-5.
Fall 2001: Finished the fall season with a 10-2 record
Reached the quarterfinals at the William & Mary Invitational
won both singles and doubles flights at the Maryland Invitational
reached the semifinal round at the 2001 Omni Hotels Regional Championships
compiled a 6-3 doubles record with partner Emily Marker.
2001: Recorded a 10-9 record on the season
played doubles with both Pam Floro and Emily Marker in the spring, posting a 4-2 and 4-6 doubles record, respectively
earned All-ACC honors for second consecutive year.
Fall 2000: Placed second at the Maryland Invitational in Flight A singles
earned three consecutive wins at the Maryland Invitational
posted a 7-5 fall record
earned three wins at the William & Mary Invitational.
2000: Did not compete for the Terps in the fall
posted an 11-6 overall record
competed at the No. 1 singles and doubles positions
posted a 4-6 doubles record with Jessica Johnson
earned all-conference honors
3-3 ACC record.
Junior Career: Played in junior U.S. Open in 1998 ... participated in 16-and-under European Championships for Bosnian National Team ... ranked as high as 718 in the WTA rankings ... competed on a summer satellite tour and beat NCAA finalist Kylie Hunt from Kansas.
Personal: Born July 5, 1981 ... daughter of Mirsad and Mejra Causevic ... brother Haris plays on the Maryland mens tennis team ... has one sister, Emina ... hobbies include reading, listening to music and watching movies... biggest athletic thrill is winning as an underdog and coming back out of tough situations in matches
majoring in economics.