Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Nadi, Fiji
High School: Central College Lautoka


Athletic Honors

  • 2015 All-Sun Belt Doubles Second Team
  • 2014 All-Sun Belt Doubles First Team

Academic Honors

  • Spring 2017 Dean's List
  • Spring 2014 Athletic Director's Honor Roll

Spring 2017

Went 2-6 in singles play ... Capped an impressive doubles career by going 12-8 on the season in the No. 1 and 2 flights ... Posted an 8-1 doubles record in the No. 2 flight ... Won eight of her last 10 doubles matches to end her GSU career including six in a row ... Earned singles wins versus North Texas' Ivana Babic and Cincinatti's Ali Miller ... Took down Miami (OH)'s N. Ponomareva and A. Vasiukhina, #43 SMU's Liza Buss and Macie Elliott as well as South Alabama's Monica Mitta and Alexandria Stiteler with partner Arina Taluyenko.

Fall 2016

Tallied four singles victories in 11 matches to begin her senior campaign ... Defeated Baylor, Troy, Rollins and MTSU in singles play ... Competed in nine total doubles matches and five with Daniela Ramirez ... Earned a win against Troy with Daniela Ramirez ... Also garnered a victory with Linn Timmermann versus Rollins.

Spring 2016

Played in six singles matches as a junior ... Went 3-2 with wins versus UL Monroe, Furman and UAB ... Competed in 19 doubles matches on the season and owned a 14-4 record to lead GSU ... Achieved a new career high in doubles victories in a season ... Went 13-4 with Linn Timmermann and had a five match win streak at one point ... Finished the season winning nine of her last 11 doubles matches ... Notched quality wins over No. 29 South Carolina, No. 53 South Alabama and No. 56 Winthrop.

Fall 2015

Had an impressive fall in singles play, going 7-3 on the season ... Earned solid wins over Virginia Tech, Mississippi State and Stetson ... Finished the season with four straight singles wins ... Posted an even better record in doubles play at 10-2 paired primarily with Lara Vovk ... defeated three power five schools in Virginia Tech, Mississippi State and N.C. State ... Went 3-0 with Niri Ransolomalala with wins against Stetson and Furman ... 

Spring 2015
No. 1 doubles player with Linn Timmermann ... Ranked in doubles as high as No. 33 ... Went 9-7 in doubles, getting eight of those wins at No. 1 ... Won four of the final six doubles contests ... Defeated the No. 1 doubles team from No. 67 Winthrop on Feb. 7 ... Competed in singles three times and earned one win, beating McKayla Zupan of Appalachian State in straight sets.

Fall 2014
Had a fantastic fall in doubles play, posting a team-best 11-2 record … Was 8-1 in doubles with Linn Timmermann … Defeated No. 3 Monique Albuquerque and Clementina Riobueno of No. 12 Miami (Fla.) at the ITA Regionals and also defeated doubles teams from No. 4 Georgia, No. 31 Florida State and No. 75 NC State … Went 5-4 in singles with a win over a player from No. 75 NC State at the Yellow jacket Invitational.

Spring 2014
Played primarily in doubles competition and had a strong season with partner Marcia Tere-Apisah … The duo went 13-7 with wins over four opponents from ranked schools … Ranked as high as the No. 89 doubles team by the ITA … Named first-team All-Sun Belt for doubles.

Fall 2013
Went 5-6 in singles, including a win over Alabama ... Went 9-3 in doubles, 7-3 with partner Marcia Tere-Apisah ... With Tere-Apisah at No. 2 doubles, advanced to ITA Regional semifinals ... Upset the No. 2 pair in the nation from Georgia and defeated a pair from Michigan .... Started season with a six-match win streak with Tere-Apisah.

Highest ranking in ITF Juniors came on July 15, 2013, with a No. 427 ranking ... Went 25-27 in career singles and 31-26 in career doubles on the ITF Juniors circuit ... Was 2012 Fiji Open champion ... Lost in 2013 final to current teammate Marcia Tere-Apisah.

Tarani Lorraine Kamoe was born on Feb. 2, 1995 in Suva, Fiji ... Daughter of Rigamoto and Daphne Kamoe ... Has older brother, Fesaitu, and younger sister, Lorraine ... Undecided major.

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