Ladyjacks sweep doubles competition to secure victory
2014-15 (Senior): All-Southland Conference second team singles … Posted a 12-5 overall record in singles play and 13-7 mark in doubles action … Turned in 5-4 singles and 6-3 doubles records in against Southland Conference opponents … Went 11-5 at No. 1 singles, and 1-0 at No. 2 singles; was 13-7 at No. 1 doubles … Helped lead the Ladyjacks to share of the Southland championship with a 10-1 league record, 16-7 overall.
2013-14 (Junior): All-Southland Conference Doubles Second Team ... Southland Conference All-Academic Second Team ... recorded a 16-7 mark in singles, playing in No. 1 (7-4) and No. 2 (9-3) singles, going 8-4 in Southland Conference play ... finished 10-9 in doubles, playing in No. 1 (10-8) and No. 2 (0-1) doubles ... helped lead the Ladyjacks to a 12-11 season and 7-5 mark in Southland Conference play to enter the SLC Tournament as a fifth seed in the SLC Tournament, where SFA advanced to the semifinals.
2012-13 (Sophomore): All-Southland Conference Singles Second Team ... All-Southland Conference Doubles Second Team ... Southland Conference All-Academic Second Team ... recorded a 12-12 mark in singles, going 10-10 in dual play playing all in in No. 1 singles, finishing 5-3 in Southland Conference play ... finished 11-7 in doubles, going 8-5 in dual play (all in No. 1 doubles), finishing 6-3 in SLC play ... helped the Ladyjacks to a 10-13 season and 5-5 mark in Southland Conference play to enter the SLC Tournament as a fifth seed.
2011-12 (Freshman): First-team All-Southland Conference selection ... One of four freshmen in the starting lineup ... Played Nos. 4-6 singles, and at No. 1 doubles (with partner Tereza Bekerova) ... One of five players with at least 20 singles wins on the season ... Finished the year with a 28-6 (.824) overall record ... Was 18-5 (.783) during the spring season ... Posted a 5-1 record at No. 5 spot, and a 7-2 record at No. 6 singles ... Was a dominant 31-5 (.861) in doubles, including 16-4 (.800) at the No. 1 spot.
High School: Was ranked #34 in the ITF junior rankings... Was the highest-ranked player in South America... Competed in the 2007 Wimbledon Junior Championships where she had a doubles win over current top-100 pro...Competed in the junior events at the US Open and French Open... Competed in her first junior championship in 2006 at the 2nd Annual Buenos Aires Cup where she defeated two top-30 junior players on her way to victory... Was either a winner or finalist in six consecutive world-class junior doubles events in five different countries.
Personal: Daughter of Cynthia Paganini and the late Fernando Gordo... Has one sister, Paloma... Majoring in Theater