Martina Schnapp
Martina Schnapp

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bratislava, Slovakia

High School:
American Heritage

Height:
5-8


2009-10: Posted a combined 4-11 mark in singles play ... Went 4-3 at the No. 6 position, producing a three-match conference win streak from April 3-10 with wins over Sydnee Bridger (Miami, Ohio), Jeremie Benjamin (Akron) and Anna Subenkova (Buffalo).

2008-09: Earned the team's academic award ... Recorded a combined 9-22 singles record, and a 3-10 mark in doubles action ... Won three matches against non-conference in-state foes ... Captured Mid-American Conference singles wins over Ball State (March 20) and Akron (March 27) during the regular season ... Was responsible for the decisive fourth point in the Huskies' 4-3 win over ninth-seeded Ball State in the first-round of the MAC Championships ... Played all three doubles positions, with three different partners ... Recorded doubles wins over Wisconsin-Green Bay and Western Illinois ... Won the consolation Flight "A" singles title at the Bradley Invitational during the fall season.

Prior to NIU: Played one season at Wisconsin-Milwaukee and was the Panthers' No. 2 singles player ... collected 14 victories in singles play to go with 11 doubles wins ... did not compete in high school tennis at American Heritage (Fla.) High School ... grew up playing on the Slovakian junior circuit, where she earned an International Federation world ranking ... competed in both the Junior Orange Bowl International Championships, and the Eddie Herr Junior Tennis Championships, in 2006.

Personal: Daughter of Peter and Lubica Schnapp ... Birthdate: June 22, 1989 ... originally from Bratislava, Slovakia, but has lived in the U.S. for past 13 years ... a world-class skier, who won the gold medal in the slalom at the 1999 Junior Championships in Davos, Switzerland.

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