Winning 48 matches on the year, Kristy Borza broke the all-time career wins record...became the fastest player in Panther history to record 100 victories...named team MVP for the third consecutive season...holds most career single wins (81)...holds the record for most singles wins in a season (28)...opened the season with nine straight wins...posted a 20-6 doubles record with Elizabeth Adams and Sabrina Visram...ranked third in career doubles wins (62)...became the first-ever to achieve an ITA singles ranking...finished the season ranked in the ITA Regional doubles alongside Adams...won the Eastern Women's Collegiate Invitational...will be working to qualify for the NCAA championships, and to gain an eastern and national ranking.
Borza set the school record for single-season wins (27)...ranked 10th on the all-time career singles list with 54 wins in two seasons...boasted another 21 doubles-win season, tying the school record...named team MVP for the third year in a row...earned Pitt's first-ever ITA Regional doubles ranking when she and Leah Friedman lauded a 13th spot on the list to open the season as the only Big East duo to accomplish that feat last season...Borza opened the fall season in the Carnegie Mellon Invitation with a 3-0 record in No. 1 singles for her first tournament title of the season...advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2006 Eastern Women's ITA Championship after entering the tournament as the No. 3 seed on the top flight...won the Flight A singles title in the Youngstown State Invitational...started the spring season with a quick shutout victory over Bucknell, posted five in all...paired with Friedman and blanked the No. 1 St. Francis doubles team...earned the lone sweep against West Virginia...won the deciding match with Sabrina Visram for the doubles point in their first match together against Villanova...recorded her 94th career win against Duquesne.
Borza led the team in wins with 47 total victories...tied school records for single-season singles wins and single-season doubles wins...started her career with an 8-0 record...added a five-match win streak in the midst of an 11-2 run during the spring...recorded five shutout victories...claimed the Flight 1 singles title in the CMU Invitational in the fall, while earning the doubles title alongside teammate Leah Friedman...earned the Bucknell Invitational Flight A title...played the whole season as Pitt's No. 1 in singles and doubles...earned MVP honors...Big East Academic All-Star.
Borza is a 2005 graduate and four-year tennis letterwinner at Beaver Area High School where she played for Riley Baker....finished with a career record of 120-16...three-time section champ, four-time WPIAL qualifier and two-time PIAA finalist...two-time placewinner in the PIAA singles tournament and a MAC champion...ranked seventh in the Under-18 group by USTA Middle State Section.
Born May 29, 1986...daughter of Barry and Beth Borza...has two sisters, former Pitt star Nikki and high school standout Kimmy...undeclared major in the college of arts and sciences.
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