Height: 5'3"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Almaty, Kazakhstan
Experience: 1st Year


Athletic Honors

  • 2017 All-Sun Belt Singles First Team
  • 2017 Sun Belt Player to Watch

Academic Honors

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

Fall 2017

Taulyenko finished the Fall season with a 4-3 singles record... Participated in three tournaments, and recorded a 3-0 record at the Metroplex Mania... Finished the fall with a 2-5 record in doubles play.

Spring 2017

Led the Panthers in singles victories and winning percentage with a 15-4 singles record during her freshman campaign ... Closed the season by going 7-2 in singles competition and went 11-4 in the No. 2 flight ... Also led Georgia State in doubles wins with 13 ... Earned a 12-7 record with partner Tarani Kamoe ... Won seven straight doubles matches with Kamoe to end the season ... Knocked off Illinois' Madie Baillon, Louisville's Mariana Humberg, #43 SMU's Sarai MonarrezYesaki and Cincinatti's Kelly Poggensee-Wei ... Defeated #43 SMU's Liza Buss and Macie Elliott as well as South Alabama's Monica Mitta and Alexandria Stiteler with Kamoe ... Ousted Cincinatti's Lauren Bellinger and Kelly Poggensee-Wei with Kristin Rehse.


Freshman who joined the tennis program for the 2017 spring semester ... Named the best player in the Republic of Kazakhstan at the age of 14 … Member of the junior national team … Plays right-handed.


Born Jan. 10, 1999 … Lettered five years at the specialized state school of Olympic reserve named after K. Akhmetov … Daughter of Vladislav Taluyenko and Olga Golenko ... Father is a professional rugby player.

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