Women's Tennis



 Dorottya Jonas
Dorottya  Jonas

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Gyal, Hungary

High School:
Vorosmarty Mihaly Gimnazium

Height:
5-7

Experience:
2L


04/28/2016

Wyoming Tennis Wins First Round Match, 4-0

Cowgirls face UNLV tomorrow night

04/26/2016

Cowgirl Tennis to face Colorado State in MW Championship Opener

UW will play on Thursday at 2 p.m. Mountain Time

04/23/2016

Wyoming Tennis Sweeps Colorado State 7-0

Cowgirls 10-11 overall, 3-2 MW

04/17/2016

Wyoming Tennis Defeats Utah State, 5-2

Cowgirls finish conference play on Saturday

04/13/2016

Cowgirl Tennis Hosts Boise State and Utah State

Final home matches for UW

SOPHOMORE (2014-15): An All-Conference selection in singles for the first time in her career but the second year in a row. She went 9-5 in singles action in the fall and had a six-match winning streak. Qualified for the ITA Mountain Regional and won her first three matches. She would fall in the quarterfinal round to Tereza Bekerova of Utah. In doubles action, she recorded a 3-6 mark with two different playing partners. Went 11-8 during the spring playing mainly at the third position to record an overall mark of 21-15 in singles. Finished with a 3-1 mark in league action which helped her earn MW honors. In doubles play, she went 19-12 overall and 15-6 with partner Silviya Zhelyazkova. The duo would go a perfect 4-0 in Mountain West play. Ranks tied for tied for 20th with 38 doubles wins and 23rd in singles wins with 38.

FRESHMAN (2013-14): An All-Mountain West selection in doubles play in her first season. Joined the program in the fall of 2013 and made an impact on the line-up. She won the first match of her career over Aleksandra Ivanova of Southern Utah (9/20/13). She went 9-5 in singles action. Qualified for the ITA Mountain Regional and won her first four matches. She would fall in the quarterfinal round to the 66th ranked player Sarah Pham of Utah. In doubles action, she and partner Veronica Popovici had a solid fall as they went 8-5. They won their first three matches at the ITA Mountain Regionals reaching the semifinals before losing to Batta and Josifoska of UNLV. The pair also qualified for the ITA All-American Championships. Jonas wrapped up the year with a 17-16 singles record including a 4-1 mark in league action. She went 19-16 for the season in doubles and 14-13 with Popovici on the way to earning MW honors.

HIGH SCHOOL: A top-ranked junior and senior singles player in Hungary. She ranked among the Top Five and has been ranked internationally. She is a four-time All-Hungarian Champion, plus has been a three-time All-Budapest winner in singles and twice in doubles.

PERSONAL: Born March 9, 1995 in Budapest. The daughter of Miklos and Csilla Jonas. Has one sibling, Noehmi. Majoring in finance.

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