Turhan receives first Player of the Year award for Marshall since 2009
Marshall finishes the season with an 11-11 record
Marshall to face Old Dominion in quarterfinals
The Herd is seeded fifth in the tournament
The Word on the Herd-Apr. 19, 2016
Marshall tennis photos from its match against Old Dominion in the C-USA quarterfinals
Was named to the 2015 All-Conference USA singles third team...Collected a 18-5 record...Played the Nos. 5 and 6 spots...At No. 5, went 3-2...At No. 6, went 15-3...Seven wins against ranked teams...Came up with key singles victories against No. 38 Depaul and No. 52 William and Mary and No. 66 Old Dominion...Finished with a 15-8 mark doubles play with Maddie Silver, and went 1-0 with Kai Broomfield...Was awarded the Conference USA Academic Medal for having a gpa of 3.75 or better.
AS A FRESHMAN (Spring 2014)
Was named to the 2014 All-Conference USA singles third team ... Finished her first year with a 14-7 overall mark, 13-7 in the No. 6 position for the Herd ... Collected singles victories against No. 48 Indiana, No. 38 Utah and No. 63 Winthrop ... Finished with a 12-5 mark in doubles competition, while having played primarily in the No. 3 spot with Kai Broomfield where she posted an 11-4 mark.
AS A FRESHMAN (Fall 2013)
Recorded a 9-3 record in singles play and a 6-7 doubles record including teaming up with Karli Timko for a 3-0 record and won the 21st annual Tribe Invitational at William and Mary doubles bracket.
PRIOR TO MARSHALL
Posted a 108-10 record at Bishop Hartley High School ... A four-star recruit and listed as the 99th best player in the nation by tennisrecruiting.net. ... Placed 3rd in the state tournament as a freshman ... Finished runner-up in 2010 and 2011 ... Was the 2012 Ohio Division II state singles champion ... Earned team MVP honors all four years ... Received the John Harlow Sportsmanship Award ... Played for the Racquet Club of Columbus tennis team, which she went to Nationals and placed 7th her first and third year and placed third her second year with the squad.
Majoring in Biology and minoring in Chemistry.