Student-Athletes Join Estimated 25,000 Graduates, Families and Friends on the National Mall
Corba Becomes Third-Ever Colonial to Earn Four Straight A-10 Honors
Colonials Fall to Spiders, 4-1
Colonials Defeat Hawks, 4-0, to Advance to Quarterfinal Round
Colonials to Face Saint Joseph's in First Round on Thursday
2011-12: Went 14-11 in singles and 17-4 in doubles action...Earned a spot on Atlantic 10 All-Conference First Team for third year...Became third Colonial to earn four straight all-conference honors...Competed primarily at No. 1 singles and No. 3 doubles positions...Posted perfect marks at No. 2 (3-0) and No. 3 (1-0) singles...Went on seven-match doubles winning streak that spanned from Oct. 7, 2011 - Feb. 19, 2012...Won final six doubles matches of her career with classmate Meg Tyner...Named to GW's Athletics Department Academic Dean's List...Named to Fall 2011 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2010-11: At the top spot for the Colonials, went 9-7...Posted a 7-6 record at No. 3 doubles with co-captain Jennifer Hirsh...Named to Atlantic 10 All-Conference First Team.
2009-10: Wrapped up the season at 17-4 at No. 1 singles and 12-9 at No. 2 doubles...Won the pivotal match against Charlotte in the semifinals of the Atlantic 10 Championship to put GW in the final match...Ended the season on a seven match win streak...Named A-10 Performer of the Week on Feb. 1, 2010...Named to the A-10 All-Conference First Team...GW team Most Valuable Player...Named to the Spring 2010 A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2008-09: Finished freshman season 12-5 at the No.2 flight...Teamed up with Nadia Demidenko in No. 1 doubles to go 8-8...Won four matches in a row from March 10-22...Named team MVP...Named second team Atlantic 10 All-Conference.
High School:A three-year varsity member for Cardinals...Coach Aljoza Piric...Voted team captain as a junior...Helped the Cardinals to state and FCIAC championships in 2006 and 2007...Individually reached semifinals of the state tournament in back-to-back seasons.
Personal: Born Jacqueline Michelle Corba on January 24, 1990, in Chicago, IL...Daughter of Diane and Ken Corba...Father played tennis for the University of Michigan...Majoring in journalism and mass communication.
@GWWomensTennis Continues Play at Blue & Gold Invite
Colonials Drop Saturday Matches
@GWWomensTennis Wraps Day 1 of Blue & Gold Invite
Kogan Notches Singles and Doubles Wins on Friday
@GWWomensTennis Set for Blue & Gold Invite
Four Colonials to Compete at Weekend Tournament
@GWWomensTennis Claims Pair of Flight Titles
Decamps, Beisenova Win Singles Crowns on Sunday
GW Women's Tennis Begins Singles Play on Saturday
The George Washington women’s tennis team had an impressive showing on Saturday in the start of singles play of the Saint Joseph’s Invitational
@GWWomensTennis Wraps Day 1 of SJU Invite
Colonials' Duo Reaches Doubles Final
@GWWomensTennis Wraps Bedford Cup
Siopacha Completes Successful First Tournament as a Colonial
Siopacha Advances for @GWWomensTennis
Sophomore Moves on to Singles Semifinal