|High School:||Greater Latrobe|
As a senior:
Won a combined 28 matches in singles and doubles, including a 13-3 mark with doubles partner Adrienne Markison ... Earned First Team All-NEC accolades along with Markison at No. 1 doubles after the duo won each of its last five matches of the season ... Wilson and Markison also won their first three matches at the Fairfield Doubles Festival to claim the Flight A Championship ... Went 9-7 out of the No. 1 flight in dual matches, including a 3-2 mark against NEC foes.
As a junior:
Earned All-Northeast Conference Second Team recognition at both No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles...twice earned NEC Player of the Week (10/28, 3/17)...compiled 28 wins, 14 each at singles and doubles...earned her 100th career win on 4/14, pairing with Adrienne Markison to defeat Stony Brook's Katherine Hanson and Paola Radolfi, 8-3, at No. 1 doubles...advanced to the finals of the top flight of the Quinnipiac Invitational...earned a win in the first round of the ITA Regionals, defeating Villanova's Courtney Reed, 7-5, 6-0, on 10/25...paired with Markison to win six consecutive doubles matches to begin the month of April...named to the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll.
As a sophomore:
Earned 2008 NEC Player of the Year recognition while also taking First-Team All-NEC at No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles ... won the match-clinching point in the NEC Championship for the second straight year ... ran her career victory total to 72 through just two years with 32 wins ... named team MVP ... battled through injury to win her last four singles and doubles matches.
As a freshman:
Stepped right into the Quinnipiac lineup and established herself as one of the top players in the Northeast Conference ... was named First-Team All-NEC in both singles and doubles ... won the Flight 2 singles title at the Eastern Collegiates, defeating two BIG EAST opponents and one each from the America East Conference and Ivy League en route to the title ... Team Most Valuable Player ... Recorded a team-high 22 wins in singles against just six defeats ... teamed with Gabby Pasternak at No. 1 doubles to post an 18-6 mark ... combined for 40 wins in singles and doubles.
Helped the Bobcats receive a No. 25 national ranking for its 2006 incoming recruiting class by The Tennis Recruiting Network...Was ranked as high as No. 130 nationally in the United States Tennis Association Girls[apos] 18 division...Was ranked as No. 5 in the Middle States section...Played in the summer's top two junior tournaments in recent years, taking part in singles and doubles action at both the National Hard Court championships and the National Clay Court championships....Participated as a member of the Junior Federation Cup team, the equivalent of the Davis Cup on the men's side...As a member of the Greater Latrobe High School squad, Wilson competed in the Pennsylvania state championships in the team, singles and doubles formats...Won a gold medal with the Zonal Team in the Girls' 16 bracket and competed with the Intersectional Team in the Girls' 16 bracket.
Born in Greensburg, Pa. ... the daughter of Renee and Ronald Wilson ... has a younger sister, Madalyn ... a political science and international business major.