Photos taken from the 2013 Student-Athlete Awards Reception. Photo Credit: Steve McLaughlin
AS A JUNIOR IN 2011-12
Earned All-America East First Team accolades for singles ... Went 12-12, including 7-10 during the spring ... Posted 5-10 mark at No. 1 and went 1-0 at both No. 2 and 3 ... Dropped just five games in a 6-2, 6-3 victory over William & Mary's No. 118 Maria Belaya for her first-ever win against a nationally-ranked opponent ... Also defeated then-No. 18 Yale's top singles player ... Recorded 11-10 record in doubles, including 9-8 during the spring ... Went 6-5 at No. 2 and 3-3 at No. 3 ... Named to the AE Commissioner's Honor Roll.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2010-11
Battled injuries all season but still earned Second Team All-America East honors at the No. 2 position ... Went 11-7 during the spring and 14-10 overall ... Posted a 10-6 record at No. 2 and 1-1 mark at No. 1 ... Teamed during the spring with Stefanie Nunic, posting a 11-4 record in the top doubles spot ... Duo beat the 18th-ranked pair from Akron ... Wins over top doubles squads from Yale and Dartmouth led to Laszloffy and Nunic earning their first-ever ITA ranking at No. 68 on March 1.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009-10
Made appearances at singles positions 2-4, primarily playing at No. 3 ... Finished with a 9-9 mark overall, including 1-1 in the No. 2 spot ... Teamed during the spring with Stefanie Nunic, posting a 9-6 record at the top doubles spot and 1-0 mark at No. 2.
BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY
A four-time Hungarian national champion ... Finished third at the European Championships in the Under-14s age group ... Then placed ninth at the same event for the Under-16s ... Won two singles ITF tournaments and three doubles ITF events ... Was the top Hungarian national player for eight years ... Attended Thomas Mann Gymnasium, a German-Hungarian international school located in Budapest.
Born May 28, 1990 ... Daughter of Istvan and Barbara Laszloffy ... Has one older brother, Istvan Laszloffy ... Enrolled in the school of management.