Derya Turhan
Derya  Turhan


Bad Salzuflen, Germany

High School:
Kreisgymnasium Halle Westfalen


Derya Turhan Places Second at ITA Atlantic Regional

Turhan fell in the final to William and Mary’s Marie Faure


Turhan and Pomyatinskaya Finish Second at ITA Atlantic Regional

Turhan also advanced to the semifinals of the singles draw


@Herd_Tennis Continues Winning Ways at ITA Atlantic Regional

The Herd won seven of its eight matches played Saturday


Turhan and Pomyatinskaya Reach Semifinals at ITA Atlantic Regional

Turhan also reached the singles quarterfinal round


@Herd_Tennis Completes Opening Day at ITA Atlantic Regional

Maddie Silver won two qualifier matches to earn a spot in the main draw

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.