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Vanja Tomic
Height: 5'5"
Year: Senior
City/State: Banja Luca, Bosnia
Other College: Lindsey Wilson
Experience: Transfer


2011 Singles: Named first-team All-OVC in her second season... played No. 1 singles for all 21 matches... finished season winning seven of her last 10 matches... posted a 16-5 overall mark with a 7-1 OVC mark... played in only one fall tournament, where she won her opening-round match... open spring season with four straight wins, including two three-set matches... struggled during end of February, losing at Miami (Ohio) and at Southern Illinois... rebounded with a three-set OVC win at Southeast Missouri... from there, won six straight matches... won in a tiebreaker at Louisville, coming back after a first-set loss to Julia Fellerhoff... picked up a three-set win against EIU's Janelle Prisner... won her final three matches in straight sets. Doubles: Played with three different doubles partners in stretches throughout the season... finished 8-13 overall, with a 2-5 OVC mark... played six matches at No. 1 doubles and 11 matches at No. 2 doubles... in the fall, teamed with Carolin Weikard to go 2-2... played the most matches with Andra Cornea, where they went 4-7 at No. 2, while posting a 1-3 league clip... while at No. 1 doubles with Kimberly Loo, went 2-4 overall with a 1-2 OVC mark.


2010 Singles: Named OVC Player of the Year and first-team All-OVC in her first season... the seventh Lady Govs player to earn Player of the Year honors and the first since 1988...led the Lady Govs to a OVC Tournament Championship with dominant play at No. 1 singles... joined the team to begin spring semester... posted an 18-2 record with a 9-0 OVC mark... won an unprecedented 17 straight matches leading up to the NCAA tournament... lost two of her first three matches, but quickly found her way back... won seven straight matches in straight sets... season’s only three-set match came against UT Martin’s Jodie Tiley... Tomic dropped the first set, but won the next two convincingly... allowed an opponent to win five games in a set only once the rest of the way... won her final eight matches, each in straight sets. Doubles: Tomic was just as dominating in doubles, pairing with second-team All-OVC pick Mariana Pagan for a 16-3 overall mark, including 8-1 league mark... after dropping three of the first six matches, the duo went on to win 12 consecutive matches... that run included seven straight OVC matches... the season’s most important win came in the OVC title, as Tomic and Pagan won in a tiebreaker to secure the doubles point.

Previously: Played at Lindsey Wilson...Tomic played at No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles for a Blue Raider team that advanced the NAIA Final Four, last season... she was a Mid-South all-conference selection in both singles and doubles as freshman... Tomic finished with an 11-1 singles record and lost only two sets on the year... began the season at No. 6, where she was 5-0, lost one match at No. 5 singles and finished the season winning six straight at No. 2 singles... played majority of doubles at No. 1, teaming with Jessica Weyreuter for an 11-2 doubles mark.

Personal: Daughter of Dvsko and Vojka Tomic... born Aug. 14, 1990... plans to major in biology.

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