Fall: Ended the fall season 2-4 ... Began play 0-2 before posting her first win over East Tennessee State's Tara Sheets 6-1, 1-6, 6-4 ... Teamed up with Ann-Kristin Siljestrom to post a 6-2 doubles record ... The pair defeated teammates Hartmann and Szabo in the championship match of the Steve Baras Fall Classic 6-1 ... Won four straight doubles matches beginning on Sept. 21.
Spring: Posted 12 singles wins and nine doubles victories ... Had five wins at the No. 1 position ... Notched wins over Louisville's Lauren Imre, Evelien Strijker of UAB and UT-San Antonio's Caroline Dedering ... Fell to Vanderbilt's 29th-ranked Amanda Taylor ... Posted a 9-13 doubles mark ... Notch a 6-5 record when playing with Claudia Szabo.
Fall: Posted pair of singles victories and six doubles wins ... Picked up singles triumphs over Arkansas-Little Rock's Hollie Robinson and Arizona State's Amanda Martin and also lost in three sets to Louisville's Natalie Baez ... Went 1-1 in doubles with Pooja Kommireddi and 5-1 with Ann-Kristin Siljestrom, including win over East Tennessee (Byrne-Batsula) in first round of ITA Southeast Championships ... Posted four straight victories at June Stewart Invitational, including triumphs over Vanderbilt (Bertrand-Ferrell), Arizona State (Abdula-Cappannalo) and two over Louisville (Gorbea-Baez, Klokotsky-van Aerde).
Spring: Posted four singles and nine doubles dual match victories ... Lost to Louisville's Jo-Ann van Aerde in three sets to start the spring ... Defeated Chattanooga's Beata Knizat in straight sets and Air Force's Jennifer Walters in three sets ... Won 6-2, 6-2, over South Alabama's Yana Bokareva and posted a 2-6, 6-4, 6-4, triumph against Houston's Sonja Nikolic ... Compiled 5-5 doubles mark with Ann-Kristin Siljestrom, including victories against Louisville (Gorbea-van Aerde), Chattanooga (Ballard-Zhukova) and Air Force (Shortridge-Wilson) ... Also posted four wins with Pooja Kommireddi, including triumphs over Marshall (Kashelkina-Keener), UAB (Czernik-Nugent) and Troy (Gouvia-Jouvia).
Fall: Recorded 6-4 singles mark, including five straight wins at one point ... Picked up victory in first collegiate match, defeating Christina Wieser of Memphis at UTC Baras Classic in Flight B ... Lost next match and first two at UK Fall Invitational in Group B ... Won final two outings at UK with triumphs over Shivani Dave' of Illinois and Eastern Kentucky's Hannah Bartsch ... Picked up three consecutive wins at MT Fall Invitational in Flight B, including victories over Ball State's Katie Owens, UT Martin's Jeanne de Wet and UAB's Samrin Tanzeem before falling in finals to teammate Ann-Kristin Siljestrom ... Posted 7-4 doubles mark with Kelly Adams ... Won twice at UTC before falling in finals to Jacksonville State (Abby-Lopes) ... Picked up triumphs over Ohio State (O'Keefe-Voss), Marshall (Kever-Brown) and Denver (Sackmaster-Iwinski) before dropping 8-4 decision in finals to Kentucky's ninth-ranked duo (Coventry-Schwenk) at UK ... Lost first two at MT Invite before ending fall with two straight wins, over Western Kentucky (Fulkerson-Robards) and Jacksonville State (Higgs-Dushner).
Spring: Played No. 1 for 17 of the 21 matches, posting three victories in singles ... Defeated UT-Pan Am's Silke Buksik 6-4, 6-2, in San Antonio ... Also won 6-4, 3-6, 11-9, over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi's Carmen Abeaboeru and 7-5, 6-7 (3), 10-5, over UAB's Julia von Samson ... Suffered three-set loss to Troy's Rawia Elsisi ... Posted six victories in doubles, four with Claudia Szabo and two with Kelly Adams ... Had back-to-back wins with Szabo over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (Figueiredo-Iriarte) and Murray State (Pruitt-Pennington) as well as victories over Arkansas-Little Rock (Bourgeon-Robinson) and Memphis (Tjioe-Cowie) ... Posted wins with Adams against UT-San Antonio (Hasking-Scida) and East Tennessee (Volobueva-Ziolkowski).
Marlene Madeleine Irma Chemin ... Daughter of Marie Chemin ... Majoring in Management ... Has two older brothers, Radek, 31, and Philipp, 26 ... Graduated from Madchenrealschule St. Ursula in 2002 and Fachoberschule Augsberg in 2005.