Radosavljevic Grabs Second-Straight First Team Selection
Lana Robins Recognized as Distinguished Scholar
Colonials Advance to A-10 Championship Quarterfinal
Colonials Win #RevRivalry Matchup
Professor Richard Zamoff of the Sociology Department is Student-Athletes’ Choice for Professor of the Year
2015-16: Atlantic 10 Academic All-Conference Team member...Ranked second on the team with a 16-9 overall singles record with a 10-4 dual match mark playing at the Nos. 2-5 spots...Posted 5-1 solo record against A-10 opponents...Tallied 7-13 overall doubles mark with a 4-10 dual match record playing at the No. 2 position...Grabbed singles win over George Mason foe in A-10 Championship first round at the No. 3 position...Earned Outstanding Academic Achievement Award from the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences...Fall 2016 and Spring 2016 A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll member...GW Athletics Academic Dean's List member.
2014-15: Posted strong freshman season with an overall 11-8 singles record and a 5-3 dual match mark playing at the Nos. 2 and 3 spots...Tallied an overall 8-10 doubles record and a 6-3 dual match record playing mostly at the Nos. 2 and 3 positions...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List...Member of Fall 2014 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
High School: Ranked as high as No. 821 by ITF Juniors...Ranked No. 3 under-16 player in Brazil in 2010 and won the U-16 Brazilian Doubles Championship...Reached top-5 ranking for Brazil's under-18 players in 2012 and claimed the U-18 Brazilian Singles Championship...Earned No. 1 U-18 and U-16 singles ranking in Sao Paulo...Graduated third in her class.
Personal: Born Marie-Louise Madeleine Elizabeth Decamps on Nov. 9, 1995 in Paris, France...Daughter of Ulrike and Francois Decamps...Has a younger brother, Gabriel, an older sister Valentine, and a younger sister, Caroline.