Maddie Silver and Stephanie Smith won singles matches for the shorthanded Herd
Marshall had leads in each of the unfinished matches
Marshall looks for its first win of the season this weekend
Marija Bogicevic notched her third singles win of the season
Stephanie Smith defeated 34th-ranked Natalie Novotna in straight sets
Marshall tennis photos from its match against Old Dominion in the C-USA quarterfinals
Compiled 26 overall singles wins, a mark that ranks in the top 20 for a single season in Marshall history … Named to the All-Conference USA Singles Second Team … Was second on the team with a 15-6 mark in singles play during dual matches, playing primarily at the Nos. 2 and 3 spots … Spent most of the season at the No. 3 spot, where she compiled a record of 11-4 … Won nine consecutive singles matches from January 21 to March 5 … defeated five opponents from Power Five conferences during the span of nine straight wins (Wisconsin, Minnesota, Virginia Tech, Louisville and West Virginia) … Rallied to defeat then-No. 52 Caroline Daxhelet of Virginia Tech in three sets, the highest-ranked win in her career … Won matches against Old Dominion in the regular season and WKU in the Conference USA tournament … Won her flight at the College of Charleston Classic in November … Went 9-9 in doubles play, playing primarily with Rachael Morales at the No. 2 position … Went 2-2 with Anna Pomyatinskaya at the No. 1 position, including a win over Conference USA opponent Old Dominion … Defeated opponents from Kentucky, Minnesota and Penn State in doubles matches … Named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll
AS A SOPHOMORE (2016)
Collected a 9-10 singles record, including wins over No. 29 Rice, No. 45 Virginia Tech and Yale … played the Nos. 3 and 4 spots … at No. 3, went 4-4 … at No. 4, went 5-6 … had a 14-6 doubles record, playing primarily with Rachael Morales and Anna Pomyatinskaya at the No. 2 spot … went 10-0 in doubles play when teamed with Rachael Morales … named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll
AS A FRESHMAN (Spring 2015)
Was named to the 2015 All-Conference USA singles second team...Collected a 16-9 record...Played the Nos. 2 and 3 spots...At No. 2, went 12-7...At No. 3, went 4-2...Came up with key victories against No. 38 Depaul, No. 52 William and Mary and No. 66 Old Dominion...Posted personal best five-match winning streak...Finished with a 15-8 mark in doubles play with Rachael Morales... Was named to Conference USA Honor Roll.
PRIOR TO MARSHALL
Played for four years at East Grand Rapids High School...finished junior career ranked 49th in the country on TennisRecruiting.com... recepient of USTA Sportsmanship Award during junior career
Parents are Lee and Julia Silver... has one sister, Ellen, who plays tennis for the University of Iowa.