This is the fourth-consecutive nod for Saperstein
The women will face Seton Hall and the men will play St. John’s
Hoyas will close out the regular season at Villanova on Saturday
2015-16: All-BIG EAST selection ... Saperstein went 15-8 in singles play and 20-6 in doubles play, tied for first on the team with Risa Nakagawa for most doubles wins ... Won six matches in a row with partner Risa Nakagawa defeating opponents from Colorado State, Yale, UPenn, Liberty and Virginia Tech ... Posted a five-match win streak stretching from March 24 to April 22, took down opponents from Seton Hall, St. Francis (PA), George Washington, Richmond and Villanova ... Reached the semifinals of the ITA Regional Championships with Nakagawa ... Had four three-game win streaks in doubles play ... Posted a four-match win streak in singles play running from March 5-16, took down opponents from Point Loma Nazarene, UC San Diego, Loyola Marymount and George Mason ... BIG EAST All-Academic selection ... ITA All-Academic.
2014-15: Repeated as an All-BIG EAST Selection during her sophomore season... posted a record of 12-5 overall in singles play, with a mark of 11-3 in the spring, went 8-7 in doubles play... had two three-match win streaks, the first from Jan. 23-31 and the second Feb. 15-26... during the first win streak, Saperstein defeated opponents from Norfolk State, Campbell and James Madison, the second three-match win streak saw her defeat T. Radosavljevic of George Washington, 6-4, 6-3, Sophie Lesage of Towson, 6-2, 6-2, and Sam Droop of Navy, 5-7, 6-3, 6-2... had a season-best five-match win streak from March 20-April 15 defeating Sonya Latycheva of Penn, Anna Abadias of Richmond, Chelsi Russell of Morgan State University, Victoria Martinez of Villanova and Mariami Dolashvili of UMBC... Highlights from fall doubles play include a 8-2 win with Liselot Koenen on September 23 against Maxime Duijst and Laura Dimante of UDC and an 8-4 win with Koenen against Richmond's Brittany Boys and Katya Salas... went on a two match win streak with Taylor Perez from Feb. 15-18 against George Washington's Maria-Louise Decamps and Lana Robins, 7-6, and A.J. Gomer and R. Van Oorsschodt of Towson University, 6-2...ended the regular season on a three-match win streak from April 2-15 against doubles teams from Morgan State University (with de Chatellus, 6-2), Villanova (with Perez, 8-3) and UMBC (with de Chatellus, 8-1) ... BIG EAST All-Academic selection.
2013-14: The freshman did not appear in any fall matches...Posted a singles spring record of 11-8 while going 10-4 in doubles play...Won three matches in a row from Feb. 1-7, the streak included wins over opponents from Boston College, Boston University and St. John's...Posted a second three-match win streak from Mar. 20-28 which included victories over foes from Richmond, Providence College and James Madison... Had wins over Nastya Polyakova (6-3, 6-3) of St. John's and A. Mancini (7-5, 6-2) of Villanova at the BIG EAST Tournament to end the spring season...In doubles play, went 8-2 when partnered with Liselot Koenen...Ended the season on a three-match win streak including wins over Yanita Arnaudova and Anna Morozova (8-2) of St. John's and A. Mancini and Tori Smythe (8-4) of Villanova at the BIG EAST Tournament ... Named All-BIG EAST ... BIG EAST All-Academic selection.
Prior to Georgetown: Attended and graduated as the valedictorian of her senior class at the Odyssey Charter School...Went undefeated in singles matches during the USTA Girls 18 National Team Championship (Fed Cup), losing only once in doubles matches.