Yana Sadovskaya
Yana Sadovskaya

Hometown:
Riga, Latvia

High School:
Bradenton Academy (Fla.)


AS A SENIOR IN 2007-08

Saw time in both America East tournament matches at the No. 6 singles spot ... Compiled a singles record of 15-8, going 3-0 at No. 5 and 5-5 at No. 6 ... Earned BU's lone point against then-No. 41 Yale ... Only played one doubles match in the spring.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2007-08

Named First Team All-America East ... Played in the middle of the line-up at Nos. 2, 3, and 4 singles ... Had an even 4-4 mark at No. 4 singles ... Played doubles primarily with Elizabeth Corrao, going 10-4 in the fall and 10-5 in the spring for a 20-9 overall record ... Also combined with Laura Stiekema (1-0) ... Had a three-match win streak in the fall ... Played No. 66 Lindsay Burdette from Stanford in the NCAA tournament at third singles ... Had a stellar season in doubles with Corrao, putting up a 10-match win streak that spanned the fall and spring ... The match against the Cardinal's Carolyn McVeigh and Celia Durkin at third doubles was not finished.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2006-07

Selected to the All-America East First Team for singles and doubles (No. 2 singles and No. 3 doubles) ... Went 19-9 overall in singles and 12-8 in doubles for the year ... Began the season with an 8-3 record in fall singles tournaments and ended the spring with an 11-6 record, primarily in the No. 2 position ... Had a seven-match win streak going at the end of the fall and beginning of the spring seasons ... Finished the year on a two-match win streak, contributing a point in BU's America East semi-final win over Stony Brook, defeating her opponent 6-2, 6-3 in the second position ... Played doubles mainly with Rebecca Row in the third slot and tallying an 8-4 record.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2005-06

Posted a 14-9 overall singles record, primarily at fourth singles ... Earned all-conference second team honors and a spot on the All-Championship Team at fourth singles ... Had a six-match win streak snapped by a loss to Audrey Banada in the NCAA Regionals at Miami ... Won her first match at the America East tournament ... Played doubles with Monica Shepherd, Erin Katims, Laura Stiekema, and Laura Ahmes ... Had a 10-6 combined record.

BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Graduated from the Bradenton Academy in Bradenton, Fla., where she played tennis for four years... Competed mainly in ITFs around the world, including South America, Africa and Israel.

PERSONAL

Born March 16, 1987 in St. Petersburg, Russia ... Daughter of Mikhail and Mazhenna Soyfer ... Graduated from the School of Management.

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