Finished her sophomore season with a 23-7 (.767) singles record, going 7-2 in Big Ten matches and 18-3 overall during the dual schedule while playing the majority of the season in the No. 3 position ... she had winning streak of 13 consecutive singles wins between November and March and went on to win 19 out of 20 singles matches ... played a vital part in IU's win over No. 2 Duke on March 15 as she downed nationally ranked (No.88) Mary Clayton of the Blue Devils, 5-7, 7-5, 6-3, in the No. 3 singles match ... also played a major role in Indiana's win over No. 10 Michigan on March 31, downing 76th-ranked Sarah Lee of the Wolverines, 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (4) ... owned a 23-11 mark in doubles action.
Won 16 singles matches during her freshman campaign playing mostly in the No. 3 or No. 4 positions during the dual schedule ... one of three freshmen who were regular singles starters for the Hoosiers ... was ranked No. 79 nationally in the first spring ITA singles rankings in January ... won six of her first eight singles matches as a collegiate player ... battled injuries during Big Ten play, but picked up three conference singles wins.
A former Blue Chip Recruit, ranked as high as No. 16 nationally in the 2011 class ... ranked in the top 15 in the Florida section and nationally-ranked in top 100 in all USTA age divisions ... won the singles championship of the 2010 National Florida/Busch Open Championships and was a doubles finalist in the same event ... was a Florida Closed State Champion and placed three out of five years in the State Closed Singles Championship ... has been a doubles finalist at the USTA Winter Nationals as well as a singles quarterfinalist at the Copper Bowl and several other National Opens ... was named a 2011 high school All-American ... in 2010, was a doubles champion and singles semifinalist in the Florida High School State Championship tournament.
The daughter of Michael and Ann Marie Chupa ... born on Aug. 9, 1993 ... majoring in accounting with a minor in entrepreneurship.