Cowgirls finish Mountain West play 4-4 overall
Wyoming closes out regular season against UNLV
Wyoming earns third conference win
Cowgirls drop to 8-10 overall and 2-3 in MW play
Cowgirls drop to 8-9 overall and 2-2 in MW play
SENIOR (2012-13): Nemcova recorded a 3-6 singles record overall in the fall. She went 2-1 at the ITA Mountain Regional, falling to the eventual singles champion Sarah Pham (Utah) in the round of 32. She and doubles partner Alexandra Kovacs 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. Rallied in the spring by going 12-9 overall in singles action, which included a six match winning streak. Finished the year 15-15 overall and had a solid 6-2 mark in league play at the number four position. Finished with an 11-8 doubles record in the spring with partner Kovacs. They went 17-13 overall on the year while recording a 5-2 record in league matches. She finished first overall with 75 career singles victories and tied for fifth in doubles with 55 career wins in school history.
JUNIOR (2011-12): Had a solid fall as she went 9-3 in singles action by winning her first eight matches in a row. Qualified for the Mountain Regional Tournament winning her opening round match against Meghan Sheehen-Dixon. Recorded an 8-4 doubles mark with two different playing partners. She and freshman Christa Gecheva went 5-1 including a 2-1 record at the Mountain Regional Tournament. Continued to play well during the spring as she went 10-11 to finish with a 19-14 mark playing at the number four position. In league matches, Nemcova went 4-3 win wins over Colorado State, New Mexico, TCU and UNLV. Finished with a 20-13 record in doubles playing with two different partners. She and Kovacs recorded a 13-10 mark and 4-3 in MW play. She earned Academic All-MW honors.
SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Finished with a 10-3 mark during fall play and had two five match winning streaks. Closed out the fall by winning her last five. Qualified for the Mountain Regional Tournament and went 3-1. In doubles action, she went 2-4 with two different playing partners. Had a solid spring as she went 9-6 in dual play mainly at the five and six positions to finish the year with a 19-9 mark overall. Had a five match winning streak during the spring. She went 2-2 in Mountain West action with wins over San Diego State and New Mexico. In doubles play, she went 4-4 with three different partners, while going 2-0 in dual action. She was selected Academic All-Mountain West for the second year in row and a MW Scholar Athlete.
FRESHMAN (2009-10): Had an impressive fall as she went 9-4 overall in singles play. She earned her first career victory over Britney Watts of Utah State, 6-1, 6-0, (9/17/09). Won seven straight matches during the fall. Earned a 6-3, 6-4 win over Keya Jenkins of Weber State in the opening round of the Mountain Regional Tournament. In doubles play, she went 6-5 with playing partner Kim van Ginkel. They recorded a four-match winning streak. During the spring, she recorded a 13-8 singles mark playing mainly at the number six spot and finished 22-12 overall. Had a winning streak of five matches. Nemcova also went 4-4 in Mountain West play. In doubles action, she finished the year with a 14-8 record while playing with four doubles partners. An Academic All-MW selection.
HIGH SCHOOL: A two-time Bratislava regional champion in doubles play, she also earned the top spot at the grade A National Tournament in singles. She earned the runner-up spot at the Masters National tournament and twice took second at the Bratislava Regional Championships. In singles play, Nemcova placed second at the Bratislava Championships and was a third place finisher three times in the same tournament and once at the Masters National tournament.
PERSONAL: Born March 17, 1989 in Bratislava, Slovakia. She is the daughter of Peter Nemec and Elena Nemcová. Has two siblings, Mark and Nina. She will graduate in the summer of 2012 with her degree in international studies, then pursue her master's in finance beginning in the fall.