Nini Lagvilava
Nini Lagvilava


Tbilisi, Georgia

High School:
Number 29


Arts & Sciences


Stony Brook matches best-ever Commissioner's Cup finish

Seawolves place second in the America East Commissioner's Cup.


Women's tennis blanks Fairfield, 7-0

America East Championships begin on Friday at UMBC


Women's tennis blanks Albany, falls to Boston University

Seawolves end regular season with Quinnipiac, Army and Fairfield this week


Women's tennis tops Binghamton, Hartford

Seawolves 3-0 in conference play


Lagvilava named America East Player of the Week

No. 121 ranked player went 2-0 at No. 1 singles

2011-12: America East Player of the Year ... went 16-5 at No. 1 singles ... named to All-America East first team ... teamed with Polina Movchan to go 13-6 at No. 1 doubles ... selected All-America East first team in doubles ... became first player in program history to be nationally ranked by ITA ... went 2-0 at No. 1 singles at America East Championships to lead Stony Brook to first title in program history.

2010-11: Named to All-America East first team at No. 3 doubles along with Gayatri Krishnan ... duo went 5-0 at the No. 3 spot ... went 12-4 in singles play, primarily at No. 1 ... went 8-4 at the No. 1 position ... was 4-0 at No. 2.

2009-10: Named America East Rookie of the Year ... just second player in program history to earn the honor ... posted an overall record of 22-2 ... 17-2 in dual matches including 8-1 after being moved to the No. 1 spot ... did not lose a set in her eight victories at No. 1

High School: A 2007 graduate of Number 29 School ... number one ranked player in Tbilisi, Georgia in 2004 ... won Rena Cup and the Dynamo Open in Tbilisi ... has played in numerous tournaments in Russia and Armenia.

Personal: Born Nini Lagvilava on August 11, 1990 in Tbilisi, Georgia ... daughter of Irakli Lagvilava and Elserterine Meladze.