After completing her collegiate career as a two-time All-Horizon League First Team honoree, Lubica Nadasska will be serving as a graduate assistant for the Flames for the 2008-09 season.
2007-08: Earned All-Horizon League First Team honors for the second-straight season after compiling an 18-10 singles record and a 19-7 doubles slate...went 10-0 in league singles play at the second position and 10-0 at No. 1 doubles, with Kristen McPhillips...defeated league foes Emily Thayer of Youngstown State and Butler's Molly Casperson at the ITA regional before falling to Toledo's Ashley Frey...picked up win against former teammate from Missouri...clinched the league championship match for the Flames for the second season in a row after defeating Butler's Natali Jaimes 6-2, 6-3...defeated all conference opponents in straight sets, never giving up more than three games a set...closed out the season on ten-match winning streaks in both singles and doubles competition.
2006-2007: Posted a 12-9 singles record from the No. 2 position... earned Athlete of the Week honors after a solid victory against North Texas the week of March 20... went on a nine game win streak in the thick of Horizon League play...only conference loss (6-1) was a 6-1, 3-6, 10-6 nail biter in the No. 1 singles position against Milwaukee's Kelly Drvaric...went 15-11 in doubles play for the whole year...spent the spring playing in the No. 2 position with Ulrikke Von Ubisch...duo had a five game winning streak with wins over league rivals Green Bay, Youngstown State and Wright State.
Prior to UIC: Played two seasons for the University of Missouri (2004-05, 2005-06)...as a freshman, turned in the third-most wins on the team with 20 singles victories...helped the Tigers upset Oklahoma State in the opening round of the Big 12 Championships as a rookie...earned a doubles title in the Mizzou Three Way Tournament as a sophomore.
Prep/Personal: A perennial Top 10 player in Slovakia in her age group category as a singles and doubles competitor from 1997-2001...won the Slovak Team Championship with the Slavia STU Bratislava club...ranked as high as 60th in the European Tennis Association (ETA) U-16 rankings...finished 70th in the ETA U-14 rankings...born July 17, 1985...daughter of Lubomir Nadassky and Alena Nadasska.
Singles Career Record
Doubles Career Record