Fall 2017: Posted seven wins during the fall season ... Reached the flight championship at the Stony Brook Classic before falling in three sets ... Won her first three matches at the ITA Northeast Regional to finish with a 3-1 mark.
Spring 2017: Named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team ... Posted a 21-3 singles record ... After losing her opening two matches of the season, she won her next 12 matches ... Finished a perfect 9-0 in BIG EAST play defeating opponents from DePaul, Xavier, Creighton, Seton Hall, Providence, Georgetown, Villanova, and Marquette ... Won a thrilling match over DePaul's Aspasia Avgeri in the BIG EAST Championship ... Two of her three defeats came by either a tiebreaker or three sets.
Spring 2016: Earned Eastern college Athletic Conference Division I Rookie of the month for the month of March… posted a singles record of 14-5 and a doubles record of 2-1… played the majority of her matches at the No. 4 and No. 5 positions… went 4-1 in BIG EAST conference play defeating opponents from No. 70 Xavier, Seton Hall, Georgetown and Villanova… defeated opponent from No. 57 Cornell in straight-sets… went undefeated in BIG EAST doubles play with Irina Preotescu at the No. 3 position.
Before St. John’s: Went to the IES Pravia school in Spain … received WTA points in Madrid, Notingham, Tunez and Portugal … highest WTA ranking was 1106 … was the Asturias absolute champion in 2013 and 2014 … played the master in “Manca” tournament
Personal: Full name is Olaya Inclan Solis … likes to be called Oly … hails from Pravia, Asturias, Spain … daughter of Carmen Solis Bermudez and Emilio Inclan Lopez … lists music, skiing and sports as her hobbies … cites earning her first WTA point at 15 years old as favorite moment of her athletic career … named her tennis coach in Spain, Gonzalo Perez Martino, as the most influential person in her athletic career … came to St. John’s to live in New York and for the chance to compete in and win the BIG EAST … would like to continue playing tennis and find a good job in New York after St. John’s … names Fabada and Iberian ham as her favorite foods … expects to major in business at St. John’s