Whitney Trotter
2008-09 Women's Tennis
HT.
5' 7"
YR.
Jr.
HOMETOWN
Guadalajara, Mexico
PREVIOUS SCHOOL
Home Schooled
Whitney Trotter
 

2007-08: Went 15-16 in singles action… split two conference matches going 1-1 on the season… posted a four match winning streak, while winning seven out of eight matches from Sept., 22 to Oct., 12th… along with former senior Elena Volobueva, the ETSU duo posted a 14-12 record. 

 

2006-07: Recorded a 7-6 overall record during her freshman campaign…had wins over opponents from Dartmouth, Ohio State and Marshall…went 3-1 in dual action...was named an ITA Scholar-Athlete.

 

Prep: Won two Mexican national tournaments in doubles in 2005…was ranked No. 1 in Jalisco from 2003-2005…ranked No. 6 nationally for juniors in Mexico…competed in two ITF tournaments and several Mexican pro-tournaments.

 

Personal: Born on March 5, 1989, in Baltimore, Md. …major is Biology and Spanish…daughter of Larry and Sandy Trotter.

 

Season           Overall            Win Per.         Conference     Win Per.

2007-08           7-6                   .538                 1-1                   .500

Totals             7-6                   .538                 1-1                   .500

2008-09 Women's Tennis
Vita Moskaliova5' 9"Sr.
Jessica Ratliff5' 10"Fr.
Tara Sheets5' 10"So.
Yevgeniya Stupak5' 7"Jr.
Whitney Trotter5' 7"Jr.
Paula Jaime5' 4"Fr.
Karina Kedzo5' 7"Fr.
Andra Voinea5' 7"So.
Tara Byrne5' 9"Sr.
MGOLF NCAA Regional Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.
May 14 Results
MGOLF NCAA Regional Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.
May 15 Results
BB Wofford 3 Johnson City, Tenn.
May 15 ETSU 6
MGOLF NCAA Regional Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.
May 16 7 of 13
BB Wofford 10 Johnson City, Tenn.
May 16 ETSU 9
BB Wofford 5 Johnson City, Tenn.
May 16 ETSU 12
BB ETSU 2 Charleston, S.C.
May 19 No. 8 Citadel 8
MGOLF NCAA Championship Bradenton, Fla.
May 29
MGOLF NCAA Championship Bradenton, Fla.
May 30
MGOLF NCAA Championship Bradenton, Fla.
May 31
MGOLF NCAA Championship Bradenton, Fla.
Jun 1
MGOLF NCAA Championship Bradenton, Fla.
Jun 2
MGOLF NCAA Championship Bradenton, Fla.
Jun 3