Seawolves hand the Terriers their first-ever loss in the conference tournament
AS A JUNIOR IN 2010-11
Named the ITA Northeast Player to Watch for the 2011-12 season ...Earned Second Team All-America East honors for the No. 1 position ... Led BU with a 20-6 singles record, including a 15-3 record in the No. 1 slot ... Captured 15 consecutive matches ... Named the America East tournament most outstanding player for the second time after helping BU capture its 18th consecutive league title ... Advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA Regional during the fall ... Defeated ranked players from Yale and Dartmouth ... Posted a 15-6 record in doubles with Vivien Laszloffy ... Duo was ranked 68th nationally on March 1 after defeating the No. 18 team from Akron and the top duos in the region from Yale and Dartmouth.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009-10
Repeated as the America East's Player of the Year ... Struggled with injuries throughout the season but still finished 19-7 overall, including 13-5 at the top singles position ... Defeated two ranked players, including Yale's then-No. 87 Stephanie Kent and Brown's No. 89 Casey Herzberg in straight sets each ... Only dropped five games in her victory over Binghamton to help propel the Terriers to a 4-3 victory and their 17th straight America East title ... Went 10-6 in doubles with Vivien Laszloffy.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008-09
Became the first player in America East history to earn both Player and Rookie of the Year honors in the same season ... Also named the 2009 AE tournament's Most Outstanding Player after losing a total of nine games during her two singles victories against UMBC and Binghamton ... Went 6-7 at No. 1 singles and a perfect 7-0 at No. 2 during the spring ... Led UCLA's 15th-ranked Yasmin Schnack, 6-3, 2-5 when play was halted after the Bruins won the NCAA first-round match against the Terriers ... Her first-set win was the first for the Terriers at the NCAAs since Carrie Rose took one in 1999 against Pepperdine ... Defeated current-No. 98 Mariana Muci of Florida International with a three-set victory in March ... Earned first-team all-league honors at No. 1 doubles with junior Francine Whu, posting a 16-12 mark together ... Won both doubles matches at the America East tournament by identical scores of 8-3 ... Held tough with UCLA's No. 3 ranked doubles team of Schnack and Remynse, having several break opportunities to tie score at 4-4 before play was halted with the Bruins leading 6-3.
BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Was home schooled ... Achieved a ranking of No. 14 in the Girls National 18s and an international ranking of 180 ... Named a Blue Chip Recruit on Tennisrecruiting.net ... Was a National Merit Scholar and a member of the National Honor Society.
Born January 30, 1989 in Queens, N.Y. ... Daughter of Veselin and Maria Nunic ... Has two sisters, Andriana and Gabriela ... Andriana plays tennis at Indiana University of Pennsylvania ... Enrolled in the School of Hospitality Administration.