2007-08: Closed out her career as Stony Brook's top singles player in terms of wins ... first team All-America East at No. 2 doubles ... led the squad with a 19-6 singles mark ... 9-3 at No. 3 singles where she saw most of her action ... also played at No. 4 ... named to the America East All-Academic team ... finished her career with a school record 64 singles wins ... started the season by capturing the consolation title of her flight at the Army Invitational with an 8-2 win over Maria Barousse of St. Bonaventure (9/16) ... that was the start of an eight-match winning streak in the fall ... in the spring she put together a six-match streak and finished by taking eight of her final nine ... posted a 12-12 record in doubles ... broke the school career doubles wins record as well with 59 ... teamed with Paola Rodolfi as the squad's top No. 2 doubles team to go 11-5 and earn all-conference honors ... perfect 5-0 in America East play ... duo finished the season strong, winning eight of their final nine matches.
2006-07: Went 11-11 overall in singles play ... team's primary No. 2 player where she was 6-5 ... had a 7-6 overall record in doubles ... was 4-2 at No. 3 doubles with partner Vicky Vovsha, including an 8-5 win over a team from UMBC (4/2).
2005-06: Played a combination of #1, 2, and 3 singles with a record of 17-7 ... had most success at #2 and #3 going a combined 13-1 ... won 12 of 14 matches at the end of the season ... played doubles primarily with Hana Chovanova ... went 16-11 at #1 doubles earning her all-conference second team.
2004-05: Second team All-America East honors at No. 3 singles with a 12-4 record ... teamed with Valle to earn an 8-2 doubles victory at the No. 1 spot over Albany and defeated Albany at No. 2 singles 6-3, 6-0 (2/20) ... teamed up with Valle to win at the No. 1 spot 8-6 in the America East semis (4/29).
High School: Attended Wesley College in Melbourne, Australia ...earned two letters, winning team-MVP as a junior ...semifinalist at Abudhabi International Championships in 2003 and 2004 ...111th in the Australian under-18 rankings.
Personal: Born Sandy Wijeratne on January 21, 1986, in Colombo, Sri Lanka ... daughter of Thulika and Neil Wijeratne ... one brother ... majoring in political science.