Georgetown will have one more fall competition
The Hoyas won 9-0
Swift wins the consolation title
Hoyas will close out the regular season at Villanova on Saturday
2016-17: Spinosa went 10-1 in singles play and 5-4 in doubles matches ... The junior began the spring season with five-consecutive victories, including a 6-4, 7-5 win over Jasmine Hosseini of UC San Diego ... She also ended her season on a five-match win streak, defeating opponents from Utah State, LMU, St. John's, and DePaul ... On April 21, Spinosa defeated Kaylah Hodge of Navy with a close final score of 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 ... Other highlights include doubles victories over Drexel, Harvard, Temple, GW, and DePaul.
At USD: Two-time All-WCC Singles Honorable Mention ... Earned WCC All-Academic Honorable Mention in 2016 ... Managed All-WCC Doubles Honorable Mention in 2015 ... Named to the WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll both seasons ... Tied for the team lead with 11 singles wins, and went 11-10 in singles, playing at the No. 2 (3-5) and No. 3 (4-1) spots in 2016 ... Was 5-11 in doubles, earning all five wins at the No. 1 spot as a sophomore ... Tied for team lead with 14 singles wins, and went 14-16 overall in singles with an 8-8 record in dual matches as a freshman ... Led the team with 18 doubles wins, and went 18-11 overall in doubles with a 9-8 mark in dual matches at the No. 1 spot in 2015.
Prior to Georgetown: Honored as Freshman of the Year in high school ... Team was crowned Sierra League Champion in doubles as a sophomore ... In junior competition ranked top 10 in Southern California, ranked No. 65 in the nation, and noted as a five-star player on TennisRecruiting.Net for three years in a row ... Won the Sierra League Championship in singles and became the Inland Valley Player of the Year as a junior ... In her final year of high school only played competitive junior tournaments ... Took home championship title at Anaheim Open and Ramada Open, finalist at Lakewood Open ... Brother Clarke Spinosa was a record-breaking athlete on the men's tennis team at USD (2010-14).