Hoyas will close out the regular season at Villanova on Saturday
The event will be held in Norfolk, Va.
2016-17: Barnard posted an 8-8 singles record and a 9-6 doubles mark ... Started the fall season with three victories over opponents from Rhode Island, Towson, and Maryland ... Highlights from the spring include a comeback 2-6, 7-5, 6-1 victory over Hannah Atkinson of Williams and key doubles performances in dual matches against George Washington and Utah State ... Won five-consecutive doubles matches in fall tournaments alongside Casey Marx and Sara Swift ... This streak featured Marx and Barnard's 8-6 triumph over Isis Gill-Reid and Claire Minnoe of St. Joe's, and Swift and Barnard's 6-3 victory against Madison Porter and Riley Reeves of Colorado State.
2015-16: Barnard went 10-9 in singles play and 4-12 in doubles play ... Posted a six-match win streak starting March 26 that carried through to the end of the season, took down opponents from Seton Hall, St. Francis (PA), George Washington, Richmond, Villanova and Marquette, her 2-6, 6-0, 6-4 victory over Courtney Hebard of conference-foe Marquette came in the BIG EAST Tournament ... Opened fall singles play with a 6-0, 6-1 win over Zoe Mall of UDC ... Highlights from fall doubles play included an 8-1 win with Casey Marx on September 9 against Laura Rojas and Laura Dimante of UDC and a 6-4 win with Mimi Lynham against Marta Kowalska and Ria Vaidya of Penn ... BIG EAST All-Academic selection ... ITA All-Academic.
2014-15: Went 6-10 overall in singles play including a mark of 5-8 in the spring season...posted a two-match win streak from Jan. 23-24 that included wins over Olga Barshchevskaya of VCU and Yvonne Kamegne of Norfolk State, also had a three-match win streak from Feb. 26-March 20 with wins over opponents from Navy, Seton Hall and Penn... Highlights from the spring doubles season include a three-match win streak with Casey Marx from February 26-March 26 against Navy's Logan Antill and Amanda Keller, 8-3, Seton Hall's Anna Guryanova and Isabell Klingert, 8-1, and Richmond's Gaby Rosales and Emily Gitman, 8-4... On April 24 Marx and Barnard defeated Diana Tokar and Paula Tormos Sanchez of Marquette, 8-6, in Georgetown's quarterfinals loss at the 2015 BIG EAST Women's Tennis Tournament... Went 1-2 in singles play for the Hoyas in the fall, defeated Peerad Looareesuwan of UDC on September 23, 6-3, 1-0 ... BIG EAST All-Academic selection.
2013-14: In the fall of her freshman season, Barnard went 6-3 in singles play and 3-3 in doubles play...Barnard won her first four singles matches at Georgetown...Those four wins came against ASA's Sacha Espirito, 6-1; 6-2, George Washington's Stephanie Wie, 6-4; 6-2, Norfolk State's Liza Gordeeva, 7-5; 6-2, and George Washington's Taylor Nedelander, 6-4; 6-4, all of which came at the Georgetown Classic...Barnard dropped her semifinal match at the Classic...Barnard fifth victory came when she defeated George Washington's Stephanie Wie for the second time of the fall, 8-4, in the round of 32 at the Navy Blue & Gold Invitational...Her sixth singles fall win came against William & Mary's Sydney Smith, 6-2; 6-1, at the ITA Regionals...Perz played in six fall doubles matches whom she was paired with Sophie Panarese for every one...The duo went 3-3, winning a match at the Georgetown Classic, the Navy Blue & Gold Invitational and the ITA Regionals, but could not win their second match at any of the tournaments....Went 11-10 in singles play during the spring season while compiling a record of 4-4 in doubles...Won four matches in a row in which she defeated opponents from Montana State-Bozeman, Cal State Fullerton, Claremont-Mudd-Scripts and UC Riverside...Had two three-match win streaks following the four-match streak...Final win of the season was a triumph over Kate Pettee of Villanova at the BIG EAST Tournament...In doubles play, posted a record of 1-0 with partner Victoire Saperstein, 0-1 with Taylor Perz and 3-3 with Sophie Panarese...Won two matches in a row with partner Sophie Panarese...Final doubles win of the season was an 8-5 triumph over Jennifer Learmonth and Marie Gargiulo of UConn with Sophie Panarese as her partner... BIG EAST All-Academic selection.
Prior to Georgetown: A three-year letterwinner at the Portledge School...Attended the Portledge School for three years...Earned consecutive most valuable player awards on her high school tennis team...Won the Eastern Section Long Island Region Sportsmanship Award...Won a junior national tournament...Co-founder of a charity called "iPads for Autism."