Junior Aishwarya Agrawal is the first Bulldog to earn Mountain West honors this season.
Fresno State finishes the MW season in a tie for second place.
Aishwarya Agrawal clinched the match for Fresno State after fighting off several opponent match points.
Freshman Sophie Watts pushed her winning streak to ten with a three-set victory.
Fresno State drops to 4-1 in MW play and into second place.
Last updated on May 27, 2015
2014-15 (Senior): Appeared in 15 dual matches while battling through multiple injuries … finished final season at Fresno State with a 13-13 overall record in singles … went 4-7 in dual matches during the spring, playing primarily in the No. 4 and 5 positions … posted a 12-7 overall in doubles, 3-4 in dual matches with three different partners … contributed to a 9-1 record at home and a final ITA team ranking of No. 58.
2013-14 (Junior): Appeared in 22 dual matches in her junior season ... finished the year with a 16-11 overall singles record with a 12-7 dual mark ... was 11-6 at No. 3 in singles play this spring ... also saw time at the No. 2 slate ... began the dual season with a doubles ITA ranking of No. 41 alongside Claire Yang ... concluded the year with a 19-15 overall doubles record ... posted a 13-9 dual record with a 9-1 mark at No. 2 ... teamed with Sofya Malysheva at No. 2 to win nine straight matches from March 9 to April 26, including two crucial wins in the MW Championships over UNLV and Wyoming ... led the Bulldogs 2014 MW Championship and NCAA Tournament appearance by winning 4-of-5 matches in crucial tournament play ... named MW Player of the Week on Feb. 26 ... contributed in Fresno State's undefeated conference (5-0) and home (7-0) record as well as a final ITA ranking of No. 71.
2012-13 (Sophomore): Competed in 21 dual matches... went 9-16 overall and 7-13 in dual matches at the top two spots despite battling injury all season... finished the regular season on a roll in Mountain West play with a 5-1 record... played nine nationally ranked players... rallied to defeat Boise State's Sandy Vo 5-7, 7-5, 6-3 to clinch the 'Dogs 4-3 win on the road against the Broncos... went 17-14 overall in doubles and 12-9 in dual match play... ranked twice in the ITA doubles rankings (Sept. 7, Kirpicheva and Feb. 12, Modoc)... teamed with Bianca Modoc to defeat USC's #13 DeSimone and Scandalis 8-7(6)... partnered with Olga Kirpicheva during Mountain West play and went 7-1 at No. 3 for the 'Dogs... defeated Boise State's Oshiro and LaLone 9-8(4) in the 4-3 win over the Broncos... contributed to the 7-1 home record and No. 56 ITA final ranking.
2011-12 (Freshman): Competed in 18 dual matches... contributed to the `Dogs advancement in the ITA team rankings to No. 43 ... named first team All-WAC in doubles with partner Bianca Modoc ... reached a highest ranking of No. 65 nationally in doubles with partner Modoc ...went 5-1 with partner Modoc on the season in doubles at primarily the No. 2 spot... moved from the No. 3 position to No. 2 despite joining the team mid-season... went 10-8 overall and 10-6 on the season in singles... contributed to the team's upset over No. 50 Georgia State by defeating Whitney Byrd, 6-3, 6-2, at the No. 3 spot...bested No. 49 Sacramento State's Sophie Lohscheidt, 6-1, 6-1... topped No. 45 Pepperdine's 123rd-ranked singles player Lorraine Granillo, 3-6, 6-2, 7-6 (3).
Prior to Fresno State: Competed in the Juniors Australian Open.
Personal: Parents are Anita And Sunil Goval ... has one brother, Priyash Agrawal ... hobbies include swimming and watching movies ... favorite athlete is Justine Henin because she is very focused, inspiring and she played in a grand slam ... biggest athletic thrill was playing in a grand slam ... most admires her mother for being very supportive ... came to Fresno State because she liked the environment, coaches, focus on academics and the good athletic program.
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