2007-08: Solid final season as the Seawolves' primary No. 6 player ... went 14-9 in singles overall, with an 11-4 record at No. 6 ... she was the only Stony Brook player to reach double figures in victories in a single flight ... finished her career with 50 singles wins, third all-time at SBU ... won nine straight matches down the stretch to help Stony Brook clinch a berth in the America East Tournament ... finished 4-2 in conference play ... shared the team lead with 13 doubles victories ... finished 13-14 overall ... teamed with Fanny Charliquart to go 9-3 as the team's top No. 3 doubles team ... all nine of those wins came in consecutive matches.
2006-07: Second on the team in singles wins ... compiled an overall record of 17-11 ... played all of her matches between Nos. 3-6 ... 6-2 at No. 5 ... won the consolation bracket of the Eastern Women's Intercollegiate Tennis Championships ... defeated Kate Houghton of Army, 6-3, 6-4 in the final ... tied for second on the squad with three America East wins ... all of her AE victories came in straight sets against opponents from Albany (3/30 & 4/27), Hartford (4/21) ... went a combined 8-10 in doubles play.
2005-06: Played primarily #6 singles ... went 11-8 including a four-match winning streak late in the season ... played #3 doubles with Monica Myers, Erica Federgreen and Victoria Vasile compiling a 10-12 record ... named to ITA All-Academic Team.
2004-05: Named to the ITA All-Academic team ... compiled an 8-7 record, including a 7-4 record at number five singles as a freshman ... played to a 5-2 record in doubles ... rolled to a 6-0, 6-1 singles victory over Fairfield (2/27) ... eased past Siena (4/5) with a 6-0, 6-0 victory ... cruised past New Hampshire (4/16) 6-1, 6-1.
High School: A 2004 graduate of Francis Lewis High School in Flushing, New York ... played three years at first singles, earning team-MVP as a senior ... Mayor's Cup finalist as a sophomore ... also ran track for one year and cross country for two.
Personal: Born Victoria Vovsha on October 9, 1986, in Moscow, Russia ... daughter of Irina and Peter Vovsha ... one sister ... majoring in biology.