Gene Hill Welcome
2018 WT SBC Champions
Cure Bowl Champions



Height: 5'8"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Rapotin, Czech Republic
High School: Private Vocational School of Business Prerov, S.R.O.


Awards & Honors:
2009 Most Outstanding Performer at CAA Championships

Career: Finished her career at Georgia State with a 21-11 record in doubles play ... Added 10 singles victories ... A key member of the 2009 CAA Champion squad ... Clinched Georgia State's CAA Title with a singles victory while the match was tied 3-3.

Spring 2012: Battled through injuries to post an 8-6 record in doubles play in her final season at Georgia State ... Went 7-6 at the No. 3 doubles position with Masa Grgan ... Won one doubles match with Chaimaa Roudami as her partner.

Fall 2011: Compiled a 2-1 singles record and paired with Reba Williams in doubles matches ... Earned a first round, 6-4, 6-1, victory over Jacksonville's Virginia Iwinski at the Southern Shootout to start the fall ... Defeated Samford's Jessica Diamond 6-0, 4-6, 6-4 in the second round ... Battled through injuries in the third round, but finished the tournament 2-1 in singles.

Spring 2011: Named to the 2011 women's All-Academic Team at Georgia State...She recorded a 5-5 singles mark, playing mostly at No. 6 singles ... She defeated Chelsea Kahle from UNC Wilmington in a third-set super tiebreaker, 4-6, 7-5, 1-0 (10-8), on March 7...In the CAA tournament, both of her matches went unfinished as the matches were decided...In doubles, she partnered with Katerina Gresova, Othilia Lindqvist and Kir Kemp to post a 7-4 mark...She started the season by winning four-straight matches in doubles.

Fall 2009-Spring 2010: Had off-season surgery and redshirted during the 2009-2010 season.

Spring 2009:  Named Most Outstanding Performer of the 2009 CAA Women’s Tennis Championship...Was critical in the success of the Panthers, winning the deciding match in the championship, defeating VCU’s Mihaela Buena, 6-1, 7-6(7-5) to break the 3-3 tie and give the Panthers the win...Posted a 2-0 singles mark in the CAAs and went 1-0 in doubles with teammate Linda Hricistova...Overall, Ondrackova recorded a 5-4 singles mark, primarily at No. 6...Partnered with Katerina Gresova, Diana Nakic, Dariana Kozmina, in doubles to post a 6-1 overall mark...Named to the Dean's List.

Fall 2008:  Did not compete.

Prep: Attended the Private Vocational School of Business Prerov...Competed on the Nike Junior Tour International Masters in South Africa...Won ETA tournaments in Ostrava and Pribram...Won ITF tournament in Prague in singles...Two-time winner of ITF tournaments in doubles...Two-time winner of the Czech Republic Championships in doubles and was a semifinalist in singles...Member of the Precolor Club Prerov which finished third on the Czech Republic Team Championship in 2008.

Personal: Born on February 18, 1988 in Sumperk, Czech Republic...Daughter of Miroslav and Ludmila Ondrackova...Enjoys tennis, music, traveling, spinning and running...Chose Georgia State because of the location and its educational opportunities...Plans to pursue a degree in business.

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