Nabila Farah
Nabila Farah
Height: 5-10
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Santa Cruz, Bolivia
High School: Santa Cruz Cooperative School
Major: Civil Engineering

2014-2015 Action Shots

All-WCC Honorable Mention in Doubles

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2014-2015: Fall Singles: Record of 6-7 … picked up her first win of the season on Sept. 26 against Parminder Kaur (SM) … tallied two wins at the USTA/ITA Regionals … had two wins at the Spartan Invitational … Fall Doubles: Posted a record of 3-1 with partner Chelby Cooke ... Spring Singles: Record of 6-12 … kicked off the spring season with doubleheader wins over Jenny Johansson of Academy of Art 6-0, 6-0 and Kaitlyn Haithcock of Sonoma State 6-4, 6-4 … won four matches in a row from March 13 through 27 … earned one of two Bronco points against BYU in a relentless 6-4, 6-7(5), 11-9 win over Nicolette Tran … shut down San Diego’s Dana Oppinger 6-1, 6-1 on March 22 …  Spring Doubles: Partnered with Daniella Silva for most of the season at Position 1 … with Silva had a record of 7-4 and was named All-WCC Doubles Honorable Mention … won six of their first eight decisions from Jan. 24 to April 10.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2013-2014: Played at the College of William and Mary … named Second Team All-CAA in singles … won 13 singles matches, including seven in dual-match competition … played at each of the top four singles positions, racking up a win at No. 2, two wins at No. 3 and four wins at No. 4 … posted her first collegiate win at the Tribe Invitational … advanced to the round of 16 at the ITA Atlantic Region Singles Championship with a pair of wins … posted a perfect 3-0 mark at the Kitty Harrison Invitational with wins over players from Minnesota, Maryland and Elon … downed Duke’s Annie Mulholland in a come-from-behind three-set win at No. 4 … posted a straight-sets win No. 2 against James Madison … picked up singles victories over Penn State, College of Charleston and Old Dominion … clinched the Tribe’s CAA quarterfinal win over Drexel with a win at the No. 4 singles post … posted seven doubles wins, including five in dual-match play … teamed with Julia Casselbury to go 2-0 in dual-match doubles competition, helping the Tribe to the doubles point against VCU (No. 2) and Drexel (No. 3) … teamed with Mélanie Roy to record a win at No. 1 doubles against Boston University.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Bolivia in the 2012 and ‘13 Fed Cups … competed for the Bolivian team at the 2011 Junior Fed Cup and the South American Championships … ranked No. 7 in the Final COSAT Rankings in 2009 (age 14) and No. 9 in 2010 (Age 16) … garnered a career-high ITF Ranking of 285 in February of 2012 … played volleyball and soccer in high school … three-time team MVP in volleyball and a team captain in 2012 … participated in Operation Smile and Habitat for Humanity in high school … named the top student at her high school as a junior and gave her class salutatorian speech.

PERSONAL: The daughter of Erika Franco Vaca and Edmundo Farah Paz … majoring in Civil Engineering.