Derya Turhan
Derya  Turhan

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Bad Salzuflen, Germany

High School:
Kreisgymnasium Halle Westfalen


05/09/2016

Derya Turhan Named Region’s Most Improved Player

Turhan graduated in three years with a degree in psychology

04/29/2016

Turhan Named C-USA Player of the Year; Morales, Pomyatinskaya earn C-USA Honors

Turhan receives first Player of the Year award for Marshall since 2009

04/22/2016

@Herd_Tennis Falls in C-USA Quarterfinals

Marshall finishes the season with an 11-11 record

04/21/2016

@Herd_Tennis Blanks Florida Atlantic in First Round, 4-0

Marshall to face Old Dominion in quarterfinals

04/20/2016

@Herd_Tennis Opens Conference USA Tournament against Florida Atlantic

The Herd is seeded fifth in the tournament

AS A JUNIOR (2016)
Named the 2016 Conference USA Women’s Tennis Player of the Year and ITA Atlantic Region Most Improved Senior Player … selected to the 2016 All-Conference USA singles first team … named to the 2016 All-Conference USA doubles first team with Anna Pomyatinskaya … named to the 2016 Conference USA All-Academic team … collected a 15-3 singles record (Most wins since Kellie Scmhitt’s 21-4 record in 2009), including wins over No. 29 Rice, No. 45 Virginia Tech, No. 48 FIU, No. 68 Old Dominion, Yale and Winthrop … played every match at the No. 1 spot … had a 2-0 singles record against ranked opponents, defeating No. 41 Francesca Fusinato of Virginia Tech and No. 84 Lindsey Hodge of Rice … held a 5-0 record against Conference USA opponents … recorded a 12-7 doubles record, playing with Anna Pomyatinskaya and Rachael Morales at the No. 1 spot … recipient of the Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal … named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll.


AS A SOPHOMORE (Spring 2015)
Was named to the 2015 All-Conference USA singles first team...Was named to the 2015 All-Conference USA doubles second team with Anna Pomyatinskaya...Collected a 10-12 record at the No. 1 spot...Highlighted a win against then No. 9 Silvia Garcia of Univ. of Georgia... Went 12-12 in doubles play with Anna Pomyatinskaya including five wins against ranked teams...Was named to Conference USA Honor Roll.

AS A FRESHMAN (Spring 2014)
Was named to the 2014 All-Conference USA singles second team and the doubles third team ... Was solid during her freshman campaign, posting an overall singles record of 12-10 while closing out the season with two straight singles wins ... Settling into the lineup, she went 2-2 in the No. 3 position, before becoming a consistent No. 2, where she went 10-8 with wins in matches against No. 56 BYU and No. 21 Tulsa ... Went 8-11 in doubles play, 7-11 combined in the No. 1 and 2 spots with Dana Oppinger.