Won two matches competing at the No. 5 and 6 singles positions.
In doubles action, competed with one partner at the No. 1 doubles position, winning two matches.
Earned captain honors prior to the season.
Earned academic All-Mountain West honors.
Academically, earned Mountain West Scholar-Athlete award, the highest academic honor bestowed by the conference.
Played the No. 6 position in singles...Finished the season 2-7 in singles...Had two partners in doubles...Earned academic all-conference and Mountain West Scholar-Athlete award.
Playing from a back-up position contributed eight wins in both singles and doubles... While playing at the Nos. 5 and 6 singles positions, compiled a 4-10 record overall... In doubles, played with two partners at the No. 3 position to gain a 4-5 record...Honored with the spring 2011 academic all-conference award.
Attended Albuquerque (N.M.) Academy, earning five varsity letters in tennis, including an award as an eighth grader...A two-time Metro Female Tennis Player of the Year (2007, 2009), won four Class 4A state championships (2007-10)...The 2008 New Mexico USTA Female Player of the Year, also garnered the 2009 New Mexico Mary Margaret Torres Memorial Award...Her team's 2010 Most Valuable Player, she captured four district championships (2006-09) and guided the Chargers to a state championship in 2006...Was a team captain for three straight years, beginning her sophomore campaign.
Born Jan. 26, 1992, in Albuquerque, N.M., to Dan and Sally Pick...Has two younger siblings, Matthew and Mellissa... Construction management major at Colorado State.