Women's Tennis

 Alexandra Kovacs
Alexandra Kovacs


Esztergom, Hungary

Last College:
Harsanyi Janos Foiskola




Wyoming Tennis Closes Out Weekend With 4-2 Win Over UNLV

Cowgirls finish Mountain West play 4-4 overall


Cowgirl Tennis Falls 5-1 To 41st ranked Aztecs on Friday Afternoon

Wyoming closes out regular season against UNLV


Cowgirl Tennis Sweeps New Mexico, 7-0, To Close Out Weekend

Wyoming earns third conference win


Wyoming Tennis Suffers 4-3 Loss to Broncos on Saturday

Cowgirls drop to 8-10 overall and 2-3 in MW play


Wyoming Tennis Comes Up Short 4-3 Against Nevada

Cowgirls drop to 8-9 overall and 2-2 in MW play

SENIOR (2012-13): Recorded a 7-3 record in singles action during the fall, which included a six match winning streak. Qualified for the ITA Mountain Regional Tournament and went 4-1 reaching the quarterfinals. She and doubles partner Sasa Nemcova finished with a 6-5 mark. They qualified for the Riviera/ITA All-American Tournament and won their opening match over Parravi and Rohonyi of Loyola Marymount (9/29/12). The pair also reached the quarterfinals of the ITA Mountain Regional. Had a solid spring in singles action as she went 12-8 to go 19-11 overall playing at the number three spot. In league matches, she went 7-1 overall which included a six match winning streak. She and Nemcova finished the spring with an 11-8 doubles record plus a 5-2 mark in MW play. She finished her career ranked second in doubles victories (74) and singles wins (73) in school history.

JUNIOR (2011-12): Finished fall play with a 4-7 mark overall in singles play. She qualified for the Mountain Regional tournament and won her opening match against Juliette Lengendre of Nevada. Her doubles record was 5-6 with two different doubles partners, Sasa Nemcova and Jessica Parizher. During the spring, Kovacs went 10-12 in singles action and 14-19 overall for the year playing mostly at the number three position. Had a four match winning stretch to close out the year. In doubles action, her record was 17-15 overall with three different playing partners. She and Sasa Nemcova went 13-10 overall and 4-3 in league play with wins over Colorado State, New Mexico, San Diego State and TCU. They would have a five match winning streak during the spring.

SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Went 7-5 in singles action during the fall including winning her last three matches. Played with two different doubles partners and finished with a 4-4 record overall. Qualified for the Mountain Regional Tournament and went 1-1. During the spring, she went 12-10 in dual play and 19-15 overall playing mainly at the number two position. She had a five match winning streak in non-conference play. In league action, she finished 4-4 overall with victories over Air Force, Colorado State, New Mexico and San Diego State. In doubles action, she had a 19-11 record while going 13-7 overall and 5-3 in MW play in the spring with partner Rebecca Berger. After a 3-3 start, they won seven of the next nine matches.

FRESHMAN (2009-10): An All-MW selection in her first season with the program. In singles play, she went 8-7 overall during the fall. She started off winning her first four of five matches. Earned her first college match victory against Hailey Swenson of Utah State, 6-3, 6-3. Went 4-2 overall at the Mountain Regional Tournament. Had an impressive 6-1 record in doubles play with partner Rebecca Berger winning their first six matches in a row. They went 2-1 overall and moved in to the round of 16 at the Mountain Regional Tournament. During the spring, she went 13-8 to finish 21-15 overall playing mainly at the number two position. In league play, she went 3-4 overall, which helped her earn All-MW honors. She won eight of nine matches at one point during the spring. In doubles action, she finished with a 21-8 overall record, while going 15-7 in the spring. She and partner Rebecca Berger finished 13-6 overall and 5-3 in league play. An Academic All-MW selection for the first time in her career.

HIGH SCHOOL: A top-ranked junior singles and doubles player over the past several years. Kovacs was ranked sixth in the nation in the Under 18 singles and a member of the national team. She was a finalist in the G3 ITF Doubles tournament and a semifinalist in several G3 ITF Singles tournaments.

PERSONAL: Born August 28, 1989 in Esztergom, Hungary. She is the daughter of Zoltan and Marianna Kovacs. Has two brothers Adam and Kristof. She is currently majoring in finance.

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