Seawolves finish season 14-8.
Lagvilava named America East Player of the Year.
Freshman Polina Movchan named tournaments Most Outstanding Player
Seawolves knock off 18-time defending champion Boston University.
Seawolves take on No. 1 Boston University in semifinals on Saturday.
2010-11: Named first team All-America East at No. 3 singles ... selected to second team All-America East along with sophomore Aylin Mehter at No. 1 doubles ... won nine matches in singles action including two at the America East tournament ... combined with Mehter to go 6-2 at No. 1 doubles.
2009-10: Named to America East All-Academic team ... went 18-7 overall and 12-5 in dual matches ... combined 8-2 at No. 2 & No. 3 positions ... teamed with Paula Rodolfi to go 8-5 in dual matches at No. 1 doubles.
2008-09: Joined the Stony Brook squad mid-year ... saw action in 11 matches ... split her time at No. 2 and No. 3 ... finished with a 7-4 record ... 3-1 at No. 3 ... America East Academic Honor Roll and Commissioner's Honor Roll ... twice won three matches in a row ... outstanding season in doubles play ... combined to go 9-1 ... went 4-1 with Salome Mkervalidze in the No. 1 position.
High School: Attended Vasavi Public School ... held the No. 1 ranking in her state ... national ranking of No. 6 in India ... played at WTA tournament in Bangkokm Thailand ... ITF junior runner at Cyprus.
Personal: Born Prerana Mythri Appineni on January 26, 1991 in Hyderabad, India ... daughter of Sobhan and Sikha Appineni ... has a brother, Somdeep, that plays lawn tennis ... majoring in arts & sciences.