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

AS A SENIOR IN 2016-17: FALL: Posted a 5-6 singles record and a 2-5 doubles record ... began the fall season at the highly competitive Battle in the Bay Classic and advanced to the semifinal of the consolation round ... ended the fall season with two singles wins at the Bronco Invitational. SPRING: Named to the WCC All-Academic team ... went 7-9 in dual singles play, competing on court three in each match for the Broncos ... went 3-5 in WCC singles matches ... played the majority of the season with Caitlyn Frankel in doubles play on court two. The duo posted a record of 5-7 overall and 2-5 in conference matches.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2015-16: Earned WCC All-Academic distinction … nominated for CoSIDA Academic All-America honors ... named All-WCC Second Team in doubles with partner Daniella Silva … was appointed to the WCC All-Tournament team. Fall: Posted a 4-2 singles record … won her bracket in the St. Mary’s Invitational (Oct. 9-11) … traveled to the ITA All-American Championships (Oct. 3) and played with Daniella Silva in doubles … also played with Silva in the St. Mary’s doubles bracket … partnered with Madison Clarke in doubles in the Bronco Invitational (Nov. 6-8) and finished 2-1. Spring: Recorded a team-best 14-5 singles record … clinched the match against then-No. 39 University of South Alabama on Feb. 28, defeating Michelle Meszarosova 7-6, 6-4 … the resulting 4-2 victory was the best win in the women’s tennis program’s history … she also won six of her last seven matches of the season … in doubles, she teamed up with Daniella Silva to go 10-11 … the duo played in the first position.

2014-2015 Action Shots

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2014-15: An All-WCC honorable mention choice in doubles. 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 2013-14: 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: Parents are Erika Franco Vaca and Edmundo Farah Paz … majoring in civil engineering.