Fall: Compiled a 5-8 record in spring singles play ... Opened the fall season winning her first match 6-3, 6-0 ... Won the Golf Draw bracket with a win over Kansas' Vika Khanevskya, 1-6, 6-4, 7-6 ... Defeated Vanderbilt's Megan Gornet in three sets after narrowly losing in the first set 6-7 (0-3) ... In doubles play went 2-2 with partner Yuiri Nomoto with wins against Liberty and Wofford.
Spring: Compiled a 19-8 record in singles play from the three position ... Defeated the three player from then ranked #50 Penn State in straight sets, 6-2, 6-2 ... Recorded an eight match winning streak, not dropping a set during the streak ... Beat South Alabama's number two player in straight sets ... In doubles play posted an 11-11 record, playing primarily with Alexandra Torres and Yuiri Nomoto from the two and three positions ... Had a perfect 8-0 match against Southern Miss ... Defeated UALR's two position doubles team 8-2 ... Followed the victory at UALR with another doubles victory over South Alabama's two position doubles team ... In the Sun Belt Championship first round defeated Arkansas State 8-6 in doubles play with Yuiri Nomoto.
Fall: Registered the most combined singles and doubles wins among the Blue Raiders … Earned a pair of flight championships on her way to a team-best tying nine singles victories in her first action as a Blue Raider … Claimed the Lightning bracket at the season-opening MT Shootout and the Jolly Rancher flight at the Roberta Alison Fall Classic … Started the campaign with three-straight wins, including a three-set decision in the final, at the home tournament … Tallied a season-best six-match win streak late in the year, including three victories over opponents from Mississippi, North Carolina State and Mississippi State to collect her second singles title … Won her first two matches at the June Stewart Invitational before dropping the final to finish as the runner up in the Jason Valentine flight … Also tied for the team lead with nine doubles triumphs … Picked up the Jelly Bean doubles bracket crown with Yuiri Nomoto at the Roberta Alison Fall Classic … Pair recorded three-straight wins at the tournament as part of an overall five-consecutive victories while playing together … Added a win with Lexi Brand before the five-match streak for a season best six-straight decisions … Opened her MT career with three-in-a-row, including two with fellow newcomer Nayara Moraes at the MT Shootout.
Spring: Selected as an ITA Scholar Athlete … Named the April 4 Sun Belt Player of the Week after winning three singles and three doubles matches the previous week … Singles triumphs pushed her own streak to eight-in-a-row and nine of her last 10 at the No. 3 position … Equaled the team lead with 14 singles victories during the campaign, while her 62.5 doubles winning percentage paced the squad … Tallied three-set decisions at New Orleans (Feb. 11), against Chattanooga (Feb. 23) and in the home finale against Lipscomb (April 3) … Was victorious in her Sun Belt Tournament quarterfinal match versus South Alabama (April 20) … Did not drop a set in handing her foe from Western Kentucky (March 25) a setback … Posted four second-set shutouts, garnering a win in each contest … Paired with Alex Dachos at the No. 3 doubles slot … Duo won five straight from against Austin Peay (March 20) through against Lipscomb … Tandem also collected a Sun Belt Tournament quarterfinal triumph over South Alabama.
2010-11 (Freshman) -- at Jacksonville
Spring: Garnered All-Atlantic Sun Second Team singles honors ... A unanimous selection to the All-Atlantic Sun Freshman Team ... Posted an 18-4 dual record, including a 9-1 mark in the conference ... Finished second among the Dolphins with her 18 victories ... Played mostly at the No. 3 position, compiling a 15-2 ledger ... All but one of her triumphs came in straight sets with four shutouts ... Knocked off her opponent from Stetson in three sets for her only win that went the distance ... Captured victories in her first nine collegiate matches of the campaign ... Had another nine-match winning streak towards the conclusion of the year ... Paired with Natalia Melibeau for a 15-7 doubles mark ... Duo ranked second on the squad in wins, playing mostly at the No. 2 slot ... Tandem opened the season with seven-straight triumphs and later added six victories in a row.
Flavia Nagayama ... Born April 27, 1992 ... Is the daughter of Mayumi Nagayama and Wanderley Jose Ribeiro ... Undecided on her major.