Yevgeniya Stupak
2006-07 Women's Tennis
5' 7"
Kyiv, Ukraine
National Technical Institute of Ukraine
Yevgeniya Stupak








2007 A-Sun Second-Team Member

2008 A-Sun First-Team Member

2008 NCAA Singles Championship Participant

2008 ITA National and Regional Ranking


2007-08: Continued her outstanding play during the 2007 season with 24 victories… earned her second career spot on the A-Sun First Team, while becoming the first-ever ETSU and A-Sun women’s tennis player to be selected to the NCAA Singles Championship last May after finishing the year ranked 83rd nationally and 14th regionally… earned A-Sun “Player of the Week,” honors March 28th, after not dropping a set the entire week… posted a  7-3 record during league play, all playing as ETSU’s No.1 singles player… picked up wins against No. 51st ranked Yvette Hyndman of Georgia, Sept., 15 and No. 34th ranked Amanda Taylor of Vanderbilt February 15th… along with former senior Olya Batsula, the ETSU duo posted a 21-9 doubles record, including going unbeaten in A-Sun play (11-0).


2006-07: Recorded a team-high 23-14 overall record during her freshman campaign…became the second Lady Buc to ever receive a regional ranking by the ITA coming in at No. 23…was named to the Atlantic Sun All-Conference First Team and the Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team and was also named to the Atlantic Sun All-Tournament Team…defeated opponents from Purdue, North Carolina State, Kansas, National Champion Georgia Tech including a victory over No. 70 Sara Anundsen of North Carolina…paired up with Elena Volobueva in doubles and recorded a 13-4 record…earned A-Sun Honor Roll honors.


Prep: Transferred from the National Technical Institute of Ukraine…was a highly-rated junior player… achieved her highest ITF singles ranking of 307 at the age of 16…competed in several tournaments sponsored by the WTA earning a world ranking as high as No. 1100


Personal: Born on December 16, 1987, in Kyiv, Ukraine…majoring in

business...daughter of Olersandr and Iryna Stupak.


Season            Overall            Win Per.         Conference     Win Per.

2006-07           23-14               .621                 8-1                   .888

2007-08           24-10               .705                 7-3                   .700

Totals              47-24               .661                 15-4                 .789


2006-07 Women's Tennis
Vita Moskaliova5' 9"So.
Brittany Stewart5' 2"Fr.
Yevgeniya Stupak5' 7"Fr.
Whitney Trotter5' 5"Fr.
Masha Ilina5' 11"Sr.
Elena Volobueva5' 10"Jr.
Olya Batsula5' 10"Jr.
Tara Byrne5' 9"So.
MCC NCAA South Regional Tallahassee, Fla.
Nov 14 13 of 22
WCC NCAA South Regional Tallahassee, Fla.
Nov 14 23 of 29
VB ETSU 3 Charleston, S.C.
Nov 14 The Citadel 1
WBB ETSU 81 Final
Nov 14 University of North Carolina at Asheville 68
Nov 14 Valparaiso 90
VB ETSU 3 Macon, Ga.
Nov 15 Mercer University 1
WBB High Point University 76 Final
Nov 17 ETSU 84
MBB Virginia-Wise 66 F
Nov 18 ETSU 111
WBB Appalachian State University 76 Final
Nov 19 ETSU 70
WBB ETSU 79 Final
Nov 21 Saint Francis University 63
VB ETSU Greensboro, N.C.
Nov 22, 12:00 p.m. No. 5 Western Carolina (SoCon Quarterfinal)
MBB UNC Asheville Freedom Hall
Nov 22, 7:00 p.m. ETSU
MBB ETSU Rock Hill, S.C.
Nov 24, 7:00 p.m. Winthrop
WBB ETSU Terre Haute, Ind.
Nov 24, 8:00 p.m. Indiana State University
WBB ETSU Bloomington, Ind.
Nov 26, 2:00 p.m. Indiana University
WBB ETSU Blacksburg, Va.
Nov 29, 5:00 p.m. Virginia Tech University
MBB ETSU Morehead, Ky.
Dec 1, 7:00 p.m. Morehead State
WBB ETSU Fairfax, Va.
Dec 3, 5:00 p.m. George Mason University
MBB Western Carolina Freedom Hall
Dec 3, 8:00 p.m. ETSU