Monika Hadvigerova
Monika  Hadvigerova


Bratislava, Slovakia

High School:
Gymnasium Pankuchova 6




2009-10 [Junior Season] Recorded a 9-8 overall record, including a 9-2 SLC mark... played at the No.1,2 and 3 positions... recorded three wins at each position... won four matches in her last 10 flights... won five straight conference matches.

2008-09 [Sophomore Season]
Went 4-2 in singles during the fall season... named SLC Player of the Week on one occasion... appeared in 20 matches as the Mavericks No. 1 singles player in spring... recorded a 12-8 overall record including a 7-3 Southland Conference mark... named SLC Tennis Player of the Week on one occasion... led the Mavs to a SLC championship and an appearance at the NCAA Tournament against No. 4 Baylor... compiled a 13-4 mark in the No. 3 position with teammate Katarina Mlcochova... partnered with Daiana Negreanu to post a 1-2 mark at the No. 2 position... won eight of her first 10 matches as a sophomore, defeating opponents from Arkansas State, UALR, Rice, Memphis, Central Arkansas, Northwestern State, McNeese State, and Lamar.

2007-08 [Freshman Season]
Hadvigerova was the number-one singles' and doubles' player all season for the Lady Mavericks as the UTA newcomer finished with 29 total victories... notched a 14-6 overall record in doubles' competition with teammate Klara Jagosova... finished with 10 victories in singles competition in conference action... advanced to the Quarterfinals in singles' competition at the 2008 Mean Green Invitational with a victory against Tyler Junior College... recorded her first collegiate win against Idalina Franca of UNT followed by a straight-set decision over Priscilia Villemond of Tyler Junior College... advanced to the Finals with teammate Jagosova at the 2008 Mean Green Invitational with a 8-3 decision over Texas Tech.. notched five consecutive matches at the number-two spot in the lineup with victories coming against top-ranked Rice, Sam Houston State, Stephen F. Austin, University of Texas at San Antonio and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... notched back-to-back wins over McNeese State and Southern Illinois... collected a hard-fought three-set triumph over Nathalie Wallin of University of Texas-San Antonio by scores of 6-4, 4-6, and 6-10... captured three consecutive matches in singles' competition in the number-one and -two positions in the lineup with triumphs coming against Southeastern Louisiana, Nicholls State and Texas State...defeated Yawna Allen and Nataliya Shatkovshay with teammate Jagosova of top-ranked Oklahoma State at the number-one position by a 8-7 and 7-4 decision... notched back-to-back victories at the number-one position of doubles' competition with Jagosova against Central Arkansas and Northwestern... named to the All-SLC Singles Second Team.

In 2002 placed second in singles at the Slovanistka Cup and first in doubles at the Sunderman Cup, before finishing third in doubles at the Elite Tennis Association (ETA) Agas Cup... won the Winter Championship of Bratislava in singles three years straight from 2005-07, finishing in second in 2005... finished second in doubles at the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Talentum Cup in Budapest... in 2005 won the Italian Open in London and the Annual Early Bird Ladies Open... placed second and third at the Slovakia Winter Championships in 2003 and 2006... helped lead her team to a second place finish in the 2003 Slovakia Championships and a first place finish in 2006.

Off The Court
Born February 19, 1989 in Bratislava, Slovakia... is the daughter of Igor and Iveta Hadvigerova... majoring in communications.

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