Moscow School #2
2016-17: Was named First Team All-MAC and earned a spot on the MAC All-Tournament Team … ended the season with a 20-12 record in singles play, including a 13-9 in dual play and 5-3 in MAC play … went 13-6 at the No. 2 position … secured Miami’s win over Toldedo on April 7 after defeating Sidnay Huck (3-6, 6-3, 7-5) … was the first RedHawk to reach the quarterfinal round in the main draw of the ITA Regional Championships … secured Miami’s spot in the MAC finals with her straight-set win over Ball State’s Peyton Gollhofer (6-2, 7-6 (7-1)) … went 4-8 at first position in doubles with Ponomareva … had a four-game winning streak from March 15 – 31.
2015-16: Named to the second-team All-MAC ... completed freshman campaign with 16-18 record, including 9-11 mark in dual play and 3-4 record in MAC competition...notched six victories at No. 1 singles and two at No. 3 position ... earned victories over No. 1 players from Indiana and Nebraska ... advanced to main draw final at UVA Invitational ... named MAC Singles Player of the Week on January 27 and February 25 ... named Miami Female Athlete of the Week on February 22 ... finished with 19-20 mark in doubles competition, including 11-10 dual play record and 4-3 tally in MAC play ... earned 10 victories at No. 2 position ... teamed with Hannah Shteyn to win 10 matches and reach Round of 32 at ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championship ... went 5-0 at No. 2 position with Andreea Badileanu
PRIOR TO MIAMI: Was a finalist in 2014 Russian National Singles Championship ... won 2013 National Universiade and was finalist in 2012 Russian National Team Championship as member of Moscow Oblast Team ... was ranked 28th by Tennis Europe ... was ranked in top 30 of Russian national rankings from 2009-13 ... participated in ITF and Tennis Europe tournaments
PERSONAL: Born on June 12, 1998 in Moscow, Russia ... daughter of Alexey Shapovalov and Nailya Shamukova ... majoring in business