Tamara Culibrk and Sybille Gauvain won six games in two sets against world-class doubles players.
Gauvain personifies the adage of being in the right place at the right time.
Clara Mantaux lost the first set of her singles match and needed the third-set tiebreaker to win.
Sybille Gauvain and Tamara Culibrk were up a set in singles when the match was stopped.
Three San Jose State players experienced Mountain West Championship success in 2017.
AT SAN JOSÉ STATE: In her second season with the Spartans... Strong lefthanded player... Academic All-Mountain West award winner.
2017-18: Compiled an 13-14 singles record in the 2017-18 season as a Spartan...... 10-22 in doubles... Played No. 2 singles in the year 2018...Notched one three-match singles winning streak...Won both the singles and doubles bracket at the San Diego’s Spring Invitational.
2016-17: Shared the team lead for total victories with her 43- 26 overall win-loss record... Led the team in singles victories with a 22-11 win-loss rmark... 21-15 in doubles... Played primarily at #4-singles druing the dual match season... Won her singles flights at the 2016 Gopher Invitational and the 2016 Saint Mary's Invitational... Teamed with Miyo Kobayashi to become the first San Jose State doubles pair to advance to a championship semifinal of the ITA Northwest Regional Championshhip... Named Academic All-Mountain West.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from University of Nebraska High School.
MORE ON TAMARA: A civil engineering major...Enjoys swimming and reading...Parents are Veselin and Biljana...Has an older brother, Danilo...Native of Tampa, Florida...Now calls Laurel, Maryland her hometown.