|High School:||John F. Kennedy Catholic|
As a Junior in 2011-12:
Earned All-Northeast Conference First Team honors at #3 singles after leading the team with 15 wins in singles play … Posted a 15-13 mark individually, went 5-1 against Northeast Conference competition and finished 15-3 at #1 doubles with Rachel Cantor … Finished a perfect 6-0 against Northeast Conference competition in doubles … Put together a seven-game winning streak with Cantor at #1 doubles … Won seven straight doubles’ matches with Juliet Labarthe to begin the season … Collected career win #100 against Sacred Heart’s Kate Donnelly in the NEC Semifinals on April 21 … Defeated Fairleigh Dickinson’s Julia Prantl at #3, 6-1, 6-1 in the NEC Championship on April 22 … Opened the season with five straight wins, including a Flight “B” triumph at the Quinnipiac Invitational … Concluded the season winning five of her last six matches, including three straight … Also earned two wins with Rachel Cantor at #1 singles in the Northeast Conference Championships.
As a Sophomore in 2010-11:
Earned All-Northeast Conference First Team honors at #4 Singles after compiling a 14-7 mark in dual matches, including a 6-1 record in NEC matches … Earned a combined 38 wins as a sophomore, second on the team only to doubles partner Juliet Labarthe … Paired with Labarthe to develop into the team’s top doubles tandem ... The duo went 8-2 out of the #2 doubles flight, before being bumped up to the top flight, where they went 5-5 … Won her last five singles matches of the season, including all three in the NEC Tournament … Bounced back from a tough regular-season loss to FDU’s Egzona Morina to defeat Morina with ease, 6-3, 6-0, in the NEC Tournament Championship.
As a Freshman in 2009-10:
Found a tremendous amount of early success in her freshman campaign, rebounding from an early singles loss in her debut to win seven straight singles decisions ... Included in the stretch was the deciding point in a three-set victory over Connecticut's Abby McKeon at #6 singles to give the Bobcats the 4-3 victory over the Huskies ... Went 13-8 overall in singles play, while posting 14 doubles wins, 11 with Rachel Cantor ... Paired with Cantor to go 9-5 in dual matches, primarily out of the # 2 position ... Posted a 6-0, 6-0, win in her first Northeast Conference Tournament match over Saint Francis (Pa.)'s Devyn Sarver at #4 ... Won the C Flight Consolation Championship at the Quinnipiac Invitational with an 8-3 victory over Rhode Island's Amanda Barletta.
Ranked as highly as #94 nationally and a four-star recruit by the Tennis Recruiting Network, and also ranked 11th in the Middle Atlantic Region and #6 in New York ... Earned the #15 ranking in the USTA Eastern Section Girl's 16's ... Has been a four-year All-League and All-Section pick as the top player at Kennedy Catholic High School in Somers, N.Y. ... Helped lead Kennedy Catholic to three consecutive undefeated seasons and league championships ... Was an Empire State Gold Medalist in 2007 and 2008 ... Earned the USTA Eastern Section Sportsmanship Award in 2007 and the Monsignor Mullroy Award for academic and athletic excellence in 2006 ... Also played varsity softball at Kennedy Catholic, earning All-League Honorable Mention ... A National Honor Society member.
Daughter of Gina and Richard Viebrock ... Has an older sister, Nicole, a younger brother, Richard, and a younger sister, Rebecca.