Second consecutive year for Rice
Rice recognized its own on Monday evening
Fifth career honor
12th in nation, tops among Mid-Majors
Winner to be named May 20
Rice defeated Missouri 6-1 at Jake Hess on 3/25
Rice defeated Texas State 7-0 on March 8
Rice defeated McNeese 7-0 at Jake Hess on Feb. 15
Rice opened the 2014 dual season with a 7-0 win over Lamar
Conference USA Championship Quarterfinal
2014 Joyce Pounds Hardy Award (Top Rice Female Student-Athlete)
Canadian Team (2013 World University Games)
NCAA Singles 2013
C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
All C-USA Singles 2011(second team) 2012, 2013, 2014 (first team)
All C-USA doubles 2012 (first team), 2013 & 2014(second team)
2012 Outstanding Doubles of the C-USA Championships
2013 Outstanding Singles of the C-USA Championship
2013 C-USA Women's Tennis Athlete of the Week (1/29)
2013 C-USA Women's Tennis All-Academic
RANKINGS AT RICE
Singles: 2012 (15th in Texas Region)
2013 (64th Nationally)
Doubles: 2012 (20th Nationally, 4th in Texas Region
2013 (28th Nationally)
Capped four outstanding seasons of tennis with her most successful year, posting a career-best 18-5 dual mark in singles... Won 11 consecutive matches down the stretch... Was 2-0 at C-USA Championship and 8-1 in her career... Ranks fifth all-time at Rice with a 93-42 mark (.696)... C-USA Women's Tennis Athlete of the Week for week of March 25-31... Won the Joyce Pounds Hardy Award as Rice's top female student athlete... Teamed with Alison Ho in doubles and compiled a 7-3 mark... Posted a 6-6 mark in fall singles...Advanced to the Round of 32 in singles and with Natalie Beazant to the Round of 16 in doubles at the ITA/Texas Regional... Teamed with Solomiya Zinko to win the Second Flight Doubles at the Cougar Classic.... Selected to compete for Canada in the 27th World University Games in Kazan, Russia and finished 2-2 in singles and 1-1 in mixed doubles... Reached the consolation semifinals in women's singles.
NCAA Action: Earned her first berth in the NCAA singles championship as an alternate, losing to Beatrice Gumulya of Clemson, 6-3, 7-5... Harmath and Natalie Beazant also qualified for doubles for the second consecutive year, but drew the tournament's top seeds (Kate Fuller and Silvia Garcia of Georgia... Beazant and Harmath started strongly, taking the first set 6-3 and battling to a draw in the first eight games of the second set, before the Bulldogs' duo put an end to the Owls' hopes of an upset by winning the final eight games to advance 3-6, 6-4, 6-0... Regular Season: Repeat All C-USA singles first team selection...Tied with Natalie Beazant for the team lead with a career-best record of 17-5... Named the Outstaning Singles player of the C-USA Championship... Clinched the Owls' semifinal win in the C-USA Championship with a three-set win over Edyta Cieplucha of SMU and the provided Rice's third point in title match with a 6-2, 6-4 win over Isaura Enrique of Tulsa, avenging a 6-3, 6-1 loss in the regular season... Reached the ITA top 75 for first time in her career and earned C-USA Women's ZTennis Athlete of the Week honors for January 28 after defeating her first top 50 opponent, Mia Vriens of Florida State, 6-4, 6-4. Finished 3-2 vs. top 100 singles players ... In doubles, finished 20-4 on the season with Natalie Beazant... Pair upset Texas' 12th ranked duo of Breaunna Addison and Noel Scott, 9-7 to clinch the doubles point to help the Owls to the first win over Texas in school history ... Defeated a pair of top 15 doubles teams (Addison and Scott of Texas; William and Mary's 5th ranked Maria Belaya and Jeltje Loomans... Posted a 7-2 fall tournament record in singles and an 8-3 mark in doubles... Teamed with Natalie Beazant to win the doubles title at the 2012 Racquet Club Invite in Midland, Texas... Qualified with Beazant for the Riviera/ITA Women's All-American Championships...Lost 8-3 to Macfarlane and Alexa Guarachi of Alabama and then 8-5 to Stacey Tan and Ellen Tsay of Stanford...Captured the A Flight Singles title at the Cougar Invite.
First team All C-USA in singles and joined with Natalie Beazant as All C-USA and Outstanding Doubles of the Championship... Duo went on to earn Rice's highest doubles ranking in history, finishing 20th after closing the seson by winning the first doubles match in school history with a 6-1, 6-4 win over Alabama's Antonia Foehse & Mary Anne Macfarlane... Pair earned the C-USA automatic NCAA bid in doubles... Ranked 15th in teh Texas Region in singles... Rally from 5-0 down in first set vs. Illinois set the tone for Rice's first ever win at the NCAA Championship... Had a 16-10 singles mark...Won on 10 of her last 13 singles matches.... Posted a 4-2 singles and combined 6-3 doubles mark during the fall campaign... Reached the finals in both singles and doubles (with Katie Gater) at the Rice Fall Invitational, but an injury in the doubles final forced her to withdraw from both matches... Teammed with Natalie Bezant to reach the quarterfinals of the ITA Regional before falling 9-7 to SMU's Edyta Cieplucha and Marta Lesniak... Played in the pre-qualification rounds for the 2011 Rogers Cup in Montreal in the late summer.
2010-11 Season (Freshman)
Shared the Keating Award as the Owls' most outstanding player with fellow freshman Kim Anicete...Earned second team All C-USA honors after finishing second on the squad with a 15-8 mark in singles, playing primarily at No. 2.... Won seven of her last 10 to finish the season... Combined with Alex Rasch for a 14-9 mark in doubles... Posted a 13-2 fall mark in singles and a 5-3 mark in doubles... Won her last four singles matches and eight of her last nine... Captured the Flight 3 singles title at the Rice Invite and the Flight A singles crown the Cougar Draw... Reached the round of 16 at the UTSA-ITA Regional before falling to teammate Rebekka Hänle... Won the Flight B doubles (with Alex Rasch) at the Cougar Draw and fell in the finals of the Flight 1 doubles (Ana Guzman) at the Rice Invite.
Graduated from Northview Heights Secondary School, North York, Ontario... 2010 Under 18 Indoor Canadian National Singles and Doubles Champion... Ranked as high as #9 adult and #2 junior U/18 player in Canada in 2010... 2009 Under 18 Outdoor Canadian National Doubles Champion and Singles Finalist... Two time Ontario Provincial U/18 Singles Champion, finished third at the 2009 Canadian U/18 Indoor singles event while reaching the finals in doubles... Reached semifinals in singles at the ITA Summer Circuit event at Cornell University as well as at the USTA Yale Summer Championships in 2009... She has also been competing on the ITF circuit and has a career-high WTA ranking of 932.
Born January 23, 1992 in Toronto, Canada. ... daughter of Krisztina and Miklos Harmath ... Younger brother Zack, is also a tennis player... Kinesiology major with a Business minor.
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