Junior (2005-06): Played primarily at No. 3 singles ... also saw time at No. 1, No. 2, and No. 4 singles ... compiled a 6-12 dual record and a 7-14 overall season record ... in doubles play, played mostly with Elizabeth Ferris (3-6) at No. 1 doubles ... also teamed up with Allison Hansen-Sine (1-0) at No. 2, Emily Kwok (0-1) at No. 1, and Leigh Walsh (0-1) at No. 2 ... honored as an MWC Scholar-Athlete ... named academic all-conference ... singles champion at the Hamlet Homes Park City Labor Day Women's Open in 2006.
Sophomore (2004-05): Played primarily at No. 6 singles ... also saw time at No. 5 singles ... compiled a dual record of 12-8 ... teamed up with Allison Hansen (1-2) at No. 2 and 3 doubles, Cheyenne Reveche (12-7) at No. 3 doubles, and Jen Wencel (0-1) at No. 3 doubles ... academic all-Mountain West and MWC Scholar-Athlete in.
Freshman (2003-04): Ended season with a 10-13 singles record playing primarily at No. 3 ... played one match at the No. 2 singles spot ... teamed-up with Sheri Esrock at No. 1 and 2 doubles, compiling a 6-8 record ... also played with Jessica Watts at No. 2 and 3 doubles, posting a 3-8 record ... member of the ITA all-academic team.
High School/Juniors: Honored by former Mexican President Dr. Ernesto Zedillo in 1996 for being the top student in her state ... represented the Mexican National Team (1998) in Central and South America, and Europe ... won silver medal in Mexican Olympic games in 1998 ... was a singles finalist and placed first in doubles at the Central America Championships ... won the MVS Tournament in Veracruz, Mexico, in 2002 ... placed fourth at the National Team Championships in July of 2002 ... ranked as high as No. 4 nationally in Mexico ... held an International Tennis Federation junior ranking ... placed second at regionals and in the state of Puebla, Mexico ... graduated from high school with honors.
Personal: Daughter of Gaudencio Saucedo and Frida Marquez ... born March 29, 1985 ... majoring in occupational therapy to become an occupational therapist.