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Arina

Taluyenko

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

Bio

Athletic Honors

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

Academic Honors

  • Spring 2018 Dean's List
  • Fall 2017 Dean's List
  • Spring 2017 Athletic Director's Honor Roll

Spring 2018

Was 6-1 in seven completed matches in her sophomore season… Was 3-0 playing in the number three position, and 3-1 playing in the number four spot… Defeated Daniela Nasser of Oregon in a third set tiebreak… Had a six match winning streak between January 20-February 23.

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.

Prep

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.

Personal

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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