Women's Tennis

Monica Neveklovska
Monica Neveklovska

West Vancouver, Canada

High School:
Sentinel Secondary


Student Assistant


Monica Neveklovska

2008-09 (Sr.): Returning team captain... Singles: 7 games winning streak to finish singles 11-1... Doubles: paired with Kristen Reid at the No. 1 or 2 positions... finished with a record of 12-2.

2007-08 (Jr.): Team captain... Earned the team's Barbara Camp Leadership Award... Won three straight singles matches, including a win over Oklahoma State, before going down with a season-ending injury... Paired with Kristen Reid in doubles for a 3-2 record, with wins over UTSA and Brown... Paired up with Kseniia Tokarieva to beat Texas Tech at the ITA Regionals... Advanced to the quarterfinal round in B Flight singles play at the HEB Baylor Invitational, beating Army and UTSA... Teamed up with Tokarieva in B Flight Doubles, advancing to the semi-final round at HEB Baylor Invitational... Won the Chipotle Singles draw at the Rice Invitational, beating Lamar, Texas and of Arkansas State... Paired up with Tokarieva to win their doubles draw at the Mean Green Invitational.

2006-07 (So.): Named to C-USA Commissioners Honor Roll... Played No. 6 singles and sometimes played No. 6 singles... Posted dual match singles record of 7-3... Concluded the season on three match win streak... Paired with Kristen Reid at No. 3 doubles and a few matches at No. 2... The pair posted a 15-5 record including ending the season on seven-match win streak... Took win over No. 56 pair from Tulsa at No. 3 doubles.

Fall of 2006: Showed great improvement... Went 3-1 in White Draw at Baylor Invite as she fell to No. 2 Thalia Diaz-Barriga from Tulsa, 7-6, 7-5, in the final round... Paired with Hillary Collins in the White Draw at Baylor Invite, advancing to final round of play.... Made it to finals of consolation bracket of Flight White at the Mean Green Invite before falling to fellow teammate Collins... Went 1-1 with Hillary Collins in doubles at Mean Green Invite... Competed with Collins at ITA Regionals.

2005-06 (Fr.): Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll Member... Saw some time at No. 6 singles and paired with various teammates throughout the season in doubles... Won her last three singles matches... Went undefeated in doubles play of C-USA Championship as she paired with Kristen Reid for wins over Rice, Tulsa and UCF duos... Neveklovska and Reid took win over Tulsa duo to advance Mustangs to finals of C-USA Championship... Took win from UCF opponent in first match of C-USA Championship... Longest win-streak was four in a row, three different times... Doubles duo posted five-match win streak in doubles towards end of season.

Previous Playing Experience: Achieved a No. 1 singles ranking in British Columbia in 16's and 18's and No. 1 doubles ranking in 14's through 18's as a junior... Served as team captain of her high school team going undefeated throughout her regular season all four years in singles and mixed doubles... Captured the high school Provincial Championship from 2001-2003... Achieved a USTA No. 33 doubles ranking in the 18's... Tennis Canada No. 48 women's open ranking... Tennis Canada's No. 13 ranking in 18 doubles... Tennis B.C. No. 3 Women's Open ranking... Participated in the Northwest Zone 16's team championships and awarded the 2004 Girls Sportsmanship Award... Also awarded the B.C. AAA Mixed Doubles MVP Award and the B.C. AAA 2004 High School Best Female Player Award... Was also a standout volleyball player... Awarded the Sentinel Spartan Athlete of the Year from 2002 through 2005 and voted onto the 2004 AAA High School Volleyball All-Star Division I team.

Personal: Daughter of Milena and Petr Neveklovska of West Vancouver, Canada... Older sister Michelle was ranked No. 3 in Canada and played collegiate tennis at Syracuse... Has one brother who is a student at the Art Institute of Vancouver... Her mother competed in three Olympic Games as a diver, winning gold and silver medals in the 10-meter diving event... Her father is a former member of the Czechoslovakian National Olympic volleyball team coaching staff and is the former head coach at the University of British Columbia... Chose SMU for its academics and campus...Favorite thing about playing for SMU is a supportive team and coaching staff...Psychology major with minor in Biology... Plans to take over mother's dental practice... Can speak three different languages...Favorites: Roger Federer and Michael Phelps, athletes; Seven, movie; Morgan Freeman, actor; red, color; Turks and Caicos, vacation spot.

Career Statistics
Career Stats
Year	1	2	3	4	5	6	Dual	Overall
2005-06	---	---	---	---	---	4-1	4-1	7-7
2006-07	--	--	--	--	0-1	7-2	7-3	15-6
2007-08	--	0-1	2-1	1-0	--	--	3-2	13-6
Career	---	0-1	2-1	1-0	0-1	11-3	14-6	35-19

DOUBLES Year 1 2 3 Dual Overall 2005-06 1-0 8-4 --- 8-4 9-5 2006-07 -- 2-2 13-3 15-5 22-10 2007-08 -- 2-0 1-2 3-2 11-3 Career 1-0 12-6 14-5 26-11 42-18

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