|| Karma Parbhu
SENIOR (2012-13): Match-by-Match Results:
Played No. 6 in singles and No. 3 in doubles...started the spring season off winning her first two singles matches...racked up two three-game win streaks from Feb. 3-23 and Mar. 13-23...shut out Robert Morris' Kourtney Passero on Mar. 23 in a singles match...won two doubles shutouts of 8-0 alongside teammate Kimmy Borza...beat her last two singles competitors in close three-set matches...completed the season with a 10-7 singles record and 5-5 doubles record...started off her senior season by winning the Saint Joseph's invitational tournament's flight two singles consolation bracket and reaching the second round of the flight two doubles consolation draw.
Saw limited action as a junior...finished 2-1 in singles play during the fall Martha Thorne Invitational...advanced to the finals of the Martha Thorne Invitational where she dropped a contest to teammate Kimmy Borza...collected a 4-3 doubles record...played alongside Minh Evans and earned two wins during the Eastern Collegiate Invitational in October...assisted in the Panthers' doubles point sweep when she and Brittney Russell tallied an 8-3 win at No. 3 doubles against Villanova on March 24.
Spent the season at No. 6/5 singles...named Big East Player of the Week (Feb. 21)...earned nine wins in singles action...posted another eight victories in doubles play...won all 12 games in her first match of the spring season against St. Francis (Jan. 26)...collected two-set 6-0 shutouts over back-to-back opponents Providence (Mar. 14) and Villanova (Mar. 18)...won a match over her West Virginia (Feb. 16) opponent after taking the lead with a first-set 6-4 win and then holding on for a third-set 10-6 score...turned in a three-match win streak from Feb. 4-Feb. 20...teamed with Brittney Russell at No. 3 doubles...earned an 8-0 win in their first match together over St. Francis (Jan. 26)...came back from a 7-6 deficit with Russell to win the deciding point in doubles play against Bucknell.
Collected a 10-11 singles record and went 12-13 in doubles action...recorded a 6-1, 6-3 win over Navy for the first singles win of her career...opened doubles play with back-to-back shutout wins over Seton Hall and Siena...registered a four-match win streak in singles play.
Played at No. 1 singles...finished second at the state championshipduring both her sophomore and junior years.
Daughter of Kaushik and Rekha Patel...has an older brother, Sheeva...an undecided major.