2008-09: Finished second on the team in singles winning percentage with a .750 mark ... finished 12-4 overall in singles action ... perfect 6-0 record in dual matches ... won all three of her matches at the Brown Invitational ... closed out her career with nine straight wins ... finished her career with 59 career singles victories, third all-time at Stony Brook ... went 8-5 overall in doubles play ... 5-3 with Gayatri Krishnan as the team's primary No. 3 team ... 39 career doubles wins is tied for third all-time at Stony Brook.
2007-08: Played at least one match in every singles position except Nos. 1 and 6 ... finished 17-10 overall, including a 6-2 mark at No. 4 singles ... second on the team in singles wins ... America East Academic Honor Roll ... won four of six matches at the Army Invitational in the fall to reach the finals of the consolation flight ... won six of her final eight matches in the spring, including a pair of America East victories ... 9-15 in doubles play ... played most of her doubles with Claudia Sanua as the team's No. 1 doubles pairing ... the duo finished 9-8 overall, winning four of their final five matches.
2006-07: Played most of her singles matches at the #3 position where she went 10-5 ... posted an overall singles mark of 21-13 ... led the team in wins ... won the consolation bracket of the Eastern Women's Intercollegiate Tennis Championships ... defeated Veronika Gerka of Seton Hall, 6-3, 5-7, 10-4 in the final ... reached the semifinal of the consolation bracket at the Big Green Invitational ... picked up three wins in conference play in the spring ... defeated opponents from Albany, Binghamton and Hartford ... went 12-9 in doubles play ... teamed with Paola Rodolfi to go 10-6, 9-5 at #1 doubles.
2005-06: Played #3 and #4 singles as a freshman ... won four of her last five matches and finished with a 9-14 record ... defeated her opponent from Albany in straight sets at the quarterfinals of the America East Championships ... teamed with Anne-Catherine Valle to reach the "B" finals at the Fairfield Women's Doubles Festival.
High School: A 2005 graduate of Saguaro High School in Scottsdale, Arizona ... four-time letterwinner in tennis ... won regionals in 2003 and 2005 ... finished third at state in 2003 and 2004 ... team captain ... National Honor Society ... National Honor Roll.
Personal: Born Erica Jordan Federgreen on May 23, 1987 in Scottsdale, Arizona ... daughter of Lesley Federgreen ... two sisters ... majoring in business and sociology.