Represented OU in the ITA Central Regional main draw...produced a 2-1 fall singles record...played primarily at the No.3 and 4spots...led the team in the spring with a 14-7 overall singles record...went 9-17 with Gabby Baker at the No. 1 doubles spot...named to the Academic All-Big 12 first team for the third consecutive year...named ITA Scholar Athlete for the second consecutive year.
Junior (Fall 2005)
Competed in two singles matches and tallied an even 1-1 record ... advanced to the round of 32 in the ITA Central Regional ... paired with Christ Baxley in the tournament and earned a 1-1 record ... posted a 7-18 mark in singles and an 8-13 record in doubles ... named to the Academic All-Big 12 First Team.
Produced a 2004-05 overall regular season record of 12-15 in singles and finished the spring season with an overall record of 10-14 in singles and 14-12 in doubles ... recognized as an All-Big 12 singles team member in 2005 ... one of six Sooners to post 10 or more victories this season ... paired with teammate Jessica Braver to record a 5-1 mark in doubles against region opponents ... selected to the 2004-05 Academic All-Big 12 first team.
Finished the season with an overall singles record of 22-11 and a doubles record of 16-13 ... Went 15-8 at No. 2 doubles with Jessica Braver ... Posted a 10-4 record at No. 2 singles as a freshman ... One of four Sooners to have posted 17 or more victories so far this season ... Fought through three tough rounds of qualifying matches to advance to the main draw of the 2003 ITA Central Regional Tournament ... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Was the "Salavat Open" champion for 2000 ... won the championship of Hamburg for non-professionals in 2000 ... was the champion of the Republic of Tatarstan in 1998 and 1999 ... captured the "Jukovsky Open" in 1999 ... ranked No. 1 in Russia for her 16's age group in April 2000 ... attained a No. 7 ranking in Russia in her 18's age group in 2002 ... was ranked in the top 300 in the world by the ITF for 18's ... in the Russian women's rankings she was ranked No. 27 in 2002 ... played basketball in addition to tennis.
Daughter of Valentine Lykin and Olga Lykina ... born September 26, 1984 ... has two sisters, Elena (22) and, Kseniya (13) ... plans to major in Business Management ... favorite athlete is Marion Jones ... couldn't live without her computer or internet access ... Favorite place to visit is Italy ... enjoys watching movies ... favorite movie is Notting Hill ... played basketball in high school.
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