Women's Tennis

 Magdalena Stencel
Magdalena  Stencel


Sopot, Poland

High School:
Sopocka Akademia Tenisowa




Wyoming Tennis Wins First Round Match, 4-0

Cowgirls face UNLV tomorrow night


Two Cowgirl Tennis Players Garner Postseason Honors

One doubles team and two individuals selected All-MW


Cowgirl Tennis to face Colorado State in MW Championship Opener

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


Wyoming Tennis Sweeps Colorado State 7-0

Cowgirls 10-11 overall, 3-2 MW


Wyoming Tennis Defeats Utah State, 5-2

Cowgirls finish conference play on Saturday

SOPHOMORE (2015-16): An All-Mountain West selection in doubles for the second year in a row while also receiving postseason honors in doubles for the first time in her career. She went 8-5 in singles play in the fall including qualifying for the ITA Mountain Regional Tournament. After dropping the opening match of dual play, she went on a seven-match winning streak. Went 23-12 overall, 15-7 during the spring playing mainly at the number one position. Had a 4-1 record in league play which helped her earn honors for the second straight year. In doubles action, she had a 19-14 record including a 17-12 mark with playing partner Nastya Tokareva. The duo went 4-1 in MW play. She currently ranks 24th in singles wins (41) and 25th in doubles victories (32).

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2014-15): An All-Mountain West selection in her first season with the program. Joined the program in the fall of 2014 and made an impact on the line-up. She won the first match of her career over Katie Fitt of BYU (9/18/14). She went 7-5 during the fall including winning five of her first six matches. Won the championship at the Air Force Invitational going 3-0. In doubles play, she would go 3-7 overall with two different playing partners. Finished her first season with an overall record of 18-14 and 11-9 during the spring playing at the number one position. She went 2-2 in league action on her way to earning honors. Won MW player of the week honors for matches played March 16-22. In doubles action, she finished out the year 13-17 overall and 8-9 with playing partner Jessica Parizher. The duo also went 3-1 in MW play.

FRESHMAN (2013-14): Sat out the 2013-14 season due to NCAA transfer rules.

HIGH SCHOOL: One of the top players in the senior women's singles players in Poland. She was among the Top 10 in the senior women's rankings and was ranked internationally during her career. She attended the Sopocka Akademica Tenisowa in Sopot, Poland.

PERSONAL: Born March 15, 1994 in Wetherowo, Poland. She is the daughter of Ewa and Andrzej Stencel. Has one sibling, Anna. She is majoring in social science.

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