The Friars will head into the BIG EAST Championships with an 13-6 overall record.
Career Singles Record: 54-35
Career Doubles Record: 38-32
2011-12: Started 21 singles matches for the Friars...Won 15 of 21 matches in the No. 1 singles spot...Tied with Maria Clara Bernardez for most team singles wins (16)...Held a 12-5 record in the No. 1 doubles slot with partner Bernardez...Singles Record: 16-6...Doubles Record: 12-5.
2010-11: Earned Team MVP for the second-straight year... Second-place finisher at No. 1 singles and third-place finisher at No. 1 doubles at the New England Invitational on October 16-17, 2010 (partnered with Maria Clara Bernardez)...Semifinalist at No. 1 singles at the Eastern Championships held at Army on September 24, 2010...Second place (No. 1) at the Fairfield Doubles Invitational held on September 11, 2010 (partnered with Maria Clara Bernardez)...No. 1 singles and doubles champion at the Marist Invitational held on October 9, 2010 (partnered with Maria Clara Bernardez)...Played in every No. 1 singles and doubles match for the second-straight year...Won the most No. 1 singles matches in a season (19) for any Friar all-time...Won the most singles matches since 2001-02...Won the most BIG EAST singles matches in a season (5) in at least 10 years...Played the most singles matches on the team (32)...Singles Record: 19-13...Doubles Record: 14-14
2009-10: Started every No. 1 singles match for the Friars...Recorded a 17-16 record at No. 1 singles, the first to do so since the 2000-2001 season...Teamed up with Ayushi Sinha at the No. 1 doubles slot to go 12-13 overall...Recorded her first singles and doubles victory against Hartford on September 16...Singles Record: 17-16...Doubles Record: 12-13
High School: Played tennis, basketball and soccer while at American School of Tegucigalpa...Captained the Honduras National Tennis Team and her high school basketball team...Played on Club Villa Olympia for tennis...Earned a top 700 Junior ITA world ranking...Won Honduras' Best Player Award in 2009 and 2008...Honduran National Singles Champion for four-consecutive years...Participant with the Honduran National Team in the Fed Cup for two-straight years... All-time winningest Honduran national player in Fed Cup...Member of the National Junior Honor Society and Youth Leaders.
Personal: Born November 30, 1990...Daughter of Roberto Aviles and Marisela Duron...Has two brothers, Roberto and Fernando...Biochemistry major.