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    Valeria Terentyeva
    Valeria  Terentyeva

    Class:
    Junior

    Hometown:
    St. Petersburg, Russia

    High School:
    Gymnasium 586

    Height:
    5-4

    Experience:
    2L

    04/24/2015

    SFA Bows Out in SLC Quarterfinals, 4-3

    Ladyjacks finish 2015 season 16-7

    04/22/2015

    Kulicke, Quevedo Garner SLC Major Honors

    Four Ladyjacks earn SLC All-Conference honors

    04/19/2015

    Ladyjacks Clinch Share of SLC Title

    SFA defeats Lamar 5-2, sharing the regular season title with Nicholls

    04/18/2015

    Ladyjacks Rout Bearkats, 6-1

    SFA clinches no worse than second seed at SLC tournament

    04/15/2015

    SFA Outlasts UCA For 4-3 Home Victory

    Ladyjacks sweep doubles competition to secure victory

    2013-14 (Sophomore):
    Southland Conference All-Academic Second Team ... recorded a 17-4 mark in singles, playing in No. 3 (5-1), No. 4 (7-2), No. 5 (4-1) and No. 6 (1-0) singles, going 9-2 in Southland Conference play ... finished 2-1 in doubles, playing all in No. 3 doubles ... helped 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 (Freshman):
    Recorded a 13-16 mark in singles, going 9-12 in dual play playing in No. 4 (0-1) and No. 5 (9-11) singles, finishing 3-6 in Southland Conference play ... finished 13-14 in doubles, going 10-10 in dual play playing in No. 1 (3-5), No. 2 (0-2) and No. 3 (7-3) doubles, finishing 5-4 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.

    High School:
    A winner of numerous Russian tournaments, Terentyeva was a semifinalist in singles at the St. Petersburg Championships ... She also advanced to the championship match in doubles play twice at the St. Petersburg Championships ...The true-definition of a student-athlete, Terentyeva posted a 4.8 grade-point average during her high school career.

      COMING SOON