C.C. Sardinha
  C.C. Sardinha

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bradenton, Fla.

Last College:
Syracuse

Height:
4-11


Senior: Finished her senior with a 15-18 overall singles record ... Competed in the singles pre-qualifying rounds of the ITA All-American Championships, but fell in the second round to Julia Elbaba of Virginia ... Advanced to the round of 16 in the singles bracket at the USTA/ITA Central Region Championships ... Notched a 5-3 doubles record ... Defeated Long Beach State's Sarah Cantlay to clinch the match for the Cowgirls and send Oklahoma State to the second round of the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2001 ... In doubles, teamed up with Meghan Blevins to advance to the round of 16 in the doubles bracket at USTA/ITA Central Region Championships ... Paired with freshman Maria Alvarez for much of the spring to go 10-6 in the three spot for the Cowgirls ... Sardinha and Alvarez defeated Baylor's Alex Leatu and Kiah Generette to clinch the doubles point in the Cowgirls' Big 12 tournament match against Baylor, helping push the team to a Big 12 championship appearance ... Earned her second Academic All-Big 12 honor.

Junior: Strung together an 8-12 record in singles during the spring season playing at the No. 1 position ... Took three ranked opponents to a third set with one resulting in a 7-6,2-6,1-0 win over No. 24 Petra Niedermayorova of Kansas State ... Compiled an 11-6 doubles record with partners Isabela Miro and Leyla Simmons ... Defeated Texas tandem Elizabeth Begley and Aeriel Ellis, 8-4, with Miro ...Wrapped up the fall season with a singles record of 7-6 ... After a first round defeat at the Lakewood Ranch Classic, she stormed through the consolation bracket and won the consolation final, 6-4, 6-3, vs. Yana Mayrina of Temple ... Picked up two wins at the USTA/ITA Central Region Championship ... Picked up one victory at the Georgia Tech Invitational and HEB Baylor Invitational ... Compiled a doubles record of 6-6 with partners Malika Rose and Leyla Simmons ... Went 5-4 with Simmons, including an 8-1 victory in the consolation final of the ITA/USTA Central Region Championship.

Sophomore: Wrapped up her first fall at OSU with a 6-5 singles record ... Reached the semifinal of her bracket at the Sooner Fall Invitational and the second round of the ITA Central Regional Championships ... went 4-5 in fall doubles play, including a 3-3 record with Malika Rose ... Completed the spring campaign with a 12-11 record in singles competition ... Competed in the Nos. 2, 3 and 4 spots ... Her only victory against a ranked opponent during the season came against Rice's No. 101 Dominique Harmath after losing the first set, 4-6 ... Ended with a 9-12 record in doubles with partners Rose, Sarah Meghoufel, Nataliya Shatkovskaya and Leyla Simmons ... Sardinha and Simmons finished 1-1 at the Big 12 Championship.

At Syracuse: Began her career at Syracuse where she was coached by Luke Jensen ... Went 16-5 in her first spring season, mostly at the No. 1 spot ... Finished with a combined spring doubles record of 16-5 ... Finished 12-1 in fall singles play and 2-3 in fall doubles play ... One of 12 athletes named to the All-Big East team after going 11-4 at No. 1 singles and helping Syracuse to a school-record 20-win season ... Named the Rookie of the Year Representative for tennis at Syracuse ... Named a Big East Player of the Week in April 2010.

Personal: Born in Oct. 9, 1991, in Artesia, Calif. ... Daughter of Jacquelyn and Richard Kane and grandmother Carol Bonwell ... ranked in the International Tennis Federation's Top 200 ... Won two ITF titles ... Ranked as high as No. 1 nationally in 12 and under ... Began playing in 18 and under division at 12 years old ... Has competed in the United States, Mexico, South America, the Caribbean and Italy ... Plays guitar and speaks nearly fluent Japanese ... Enjoys reading and listening to music to relax ... Her favorite genres of music include J-Rock, J-Pop, soundtracks, classical and trance.

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