Ksenia Mikhaylova
Ksenia Mikhaylova


St. Petersburg, Russia

High School:
School #245

Spring 2013: Tallied 12 singles victories, tied for second most on the team, in her final season at St. John's ... went on a four-match string of victories all in straight sets over BIG EAST foes Providence (April 14), Rutgers (April 18) and Seton Hall (April 13, 19) ... picked up a big 7-5, 6-4 win the Red Storm's 4-3 decision over Georgetown (Feb. 21) ... finished the year with a 7-8 doubles record.

Fall 2012: Finished the fall campaign with four singles victories ... reached the finals of the "I" singles bracket at the USTA Women's College Invitational (Oct. 6-8) ... won two doubles matches at the USTA Women's College Invitational and the USTA/ITA Women's Northeast Regional (Oct. 19-21).

Spring 2012:Did not compete during the 2012 spring campaign.

Fall 2011: Did not compete during the 2011 fall campaign.

Spring 2011: Won eight-consecutive singles matches, including six at the No. 6 slot, to finish the season with an 8-2 record ... picked up crucial wins at the BIG EAST Conference Championship over Cincinnati (April 30) and West Virginia (April 29) ... earned a 6-4, 6-2 win at Providence (April 7) ... won a hard-fought No. 5 singles battle at Seton Hall (April 3) 1-6, 6-4, 6-4 ... began the winning-streak with victories over South Dakota (March 8) and Nova Southeastern (March 7) on the team's spring break trip.

Fall 2010: Finished the fall season with a 7-6 singles record and a 2-2 mark in doubles play ... went 2-1 at the USTA Women's College Invitational (Oct. 9-11) while competing in the G singles bracket ... went 5-3 at the West Point Invitational (Sept. 24-26) and reached the semifinal round of the B singles bracket ... recorded a 2-2 record in the Fall Columbia Classic (Sept. 17-19) A doubles bracket with partner Alyssa Liantonio.

Spring 2010: Won eight of her final nine matches of the season to finish at 10-8 on the year ... defeated Pittsburgh (April 23) in the consolation round of the BIG EAST Championship ... collected victories on three consecutive days against BIG EAST opponents: Pittsburgh (April 17), Connecticut (April 16), and Rutgers (April 15) as part of a seven-match winning streak ... claimed a win against Villanova (April 1) ... defeated Providence (March 20) ... earned a win over Army (Feb. 28) for her first of the season ... won nine doubles matches on the year.

Spring 2009: Concluded her spring rookie season at 8-14 after seeing time at the No. 1, 2, 3, and 4 positions ... tallied four victories in her final six matches, three coming against BIG EAST opponents Cincinnati (April 18), West Virginia (April 17) and Providence (April 8).

Fall 2008: In two tournaments, recorded a 4-2 singles record, which ranked second on the team ... partnered with Jenny Yonkus to compile a 1-1 record in doubles play at the Columbia Classic (Sept. 19-21) ... finished with a 2-1 mark in singles at the Columbia Classic, picking up her first collegiate singles win over Columbia's Emilia Monell, 6-3, 6-2, in the Round of 16 of the Flight B singles bracket.

Before St. John's: Placed 3rd in Under-14 juniors tournament in St. Petersburg (2004) ... finished 2nd in Under-16 St. Petersburg juniors tournaments (2006) ... won USTA juniors Under-18 division (2008).

Personal: Daughter of Anatoly and Marina Mikhaylova ... an accounting major and current member of the St. John's President's Society.


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