Cincinnati led the league for the second year in a row and increased its total by 28
Cincinnati saw their season end with a 4-0 loss to USF
Cincinnati to face No. 2 seed USF Thursday
Lone Senior Hannah Wille Honored Following the Match
Career Records: 26-35 singles, 7-14 doubles
2014-15 | Junior: Finished the season with a 9-10 mark in singles play at positions No. 4 and 5 … recorded a 7-11 doubles mark on court No. 3 … posted a 3-4 conference record in both singles and doubles action … added back-to-back wins against No. 70 Marshall and IUPUI … added three-straight singles wins from April 7-12 … won three of her last four doubles matches of the season with partner Natalia Abdalla … finished with a 4-2 mark in three-set singles matches … named to the American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team … was an Intercollegiate Tennis Association scholar-athlete.
2012-13 | Freshman Season: Recorded a 10-10 record in singles play and an 0-1 record in doubles action ...saw her first collegiate dual action in the match against No. 49 Indiana (1/19) ... won her first career match against Connecticut, a 6-0, 6-1 decision over Emilie Burgess (2/15) ... earned a 6-0, 6-0 win over Kristen Haeberlin of Butler (2/27) ... won five straight singles matches over USF (3/19), FAU (3/21), NKU (3/26), Xavier (3/28) and Wright State (4/3) ... won two BIG EAST Championship singles matches over Villanova (4/19) and Georgetown (4/20).
High School:Won the Missouri State individual title her senior year ... won the Missouri State team title her sophomore year ... played No. 1 singles for four years ... ranked in the top-5 of the 12-18 age division in the Missouri Valley ... attended the John Newcombe Tennis Academy during her sophomore year.
Personal: Daughter of Steve and Lisa Wille ... has younger twin brothers Shane and Ryan ... has a younger sister Lela ... double majoring in socilogy/pre-med.