Michelle Okhremchuk
Michelle  Okhremchuk


Donetsk, Ukraine




Nevada places three on All-Mountain West tennis team

Morales, Delic and Herrero honored


Nevada draws San Diego State in first round of Mountain West Championships

Thursday at 12 p.m. PT


Nevada falls 6-1 at SJSU

Host Fresno State Saturday for Senior Day at 10:30 a.m.


Nevada drops final nonconference match at UC Davis

At San Jose State Saturday at noon


Wolf Pack set to graduate 49 student-athletes in spring and summer Commencement

Every Nevada sport represented on graduation list.


Nevada Women's Tennis 2013-14

Action shots of the members of the 2013-2014 Nevada Wolf Pack women's tennis team.


2011-12 Nevada Women's Tennis

Tennis Action shots from this year's women's team

At Nevada: 2013-14 (Senior):Okhremchuk finished 2013-14 with a 23-9 record, while 14-7 in dual action ... Her 23 wins ties a personal career best (23 in 2012-13) ... She recorded the most wins in Nevada tennis history on March 23, 2014 with 84, beating Tracy King's 23-year-old mark of 83 ... She finished her career with a total of 88 career victories ... Notched a 17-2 in doubles play with partner Sheila Morales, 5-0 in conference play, and 15-1 in dual action, all from court one ... Earned her second-straight Mountain West All-Conference award in both singles and doubles, with partner Sheila Morales (previous doubles award with Emma Verberne).2012-13 (Junior): Okhremchuk continued her phenomenal play, racking up a 23-8 record in singles action, and was 7-2 in conference matches. She was 28-6 in doubles action, with a 15-4 mark in dual action and was 7-2 in conference with partner Emma Verberne. She earned her first All-Mountain West singles and doubles (with Verberne) team honors. She won a Flight A singles title at the Bulldog Classic in November 2012 and a Women's Open Doubles title with partner Verberne. She was also named the Mountain Regions Women's Player to Watch for the season. 2011-12: (Sophomore) Earned her second-straight first-team all- WAC singles honor ... Made her second appearance in the single-season top-10 at Nevada for singles wins, tallying 21 for a fourth-place tie ... Second year in a row she has posted 21 singles victories ... Made an appearance in Nevada's career top-10 in 10th place with 42 singles wins ... Occupied the No. 1 singles spot in 17 of Nevada's 18 dual matches ... Also earned a second-teamm all-WAC doubles honor alongside teammate Emma Verberne ... Team posted a 7-4 overall record with a 7-1 dual-play mark and a 3-1 conference mark ... Won their last seven matches together. 2010-11: (Freshman) Had an exceptional freshman campaign, which included playing the majority of the season out of the top two singles and doubles positions ... Played 14 consecutive matches at the No. 1 singles positions in the middle of the year, winning seven times ... posted a 21-11 singles record and a 13-12 doubles record between the Fall and Spring seasons ... was named first-team All-WAC in singles competition, as well as being named first-team in doubles with teammate Florence De Vrye ... The pair was 6-2 overall, including a 4-1 record at the No. 1 position.

Personal: Comes to Nevada from Donetsk, Ukraine...majoring in Criminal Justice...daughter of Zhanna and Anatoliy Okhremchuk...has one sibling Andrey, 29...lists her sports heroes as Roger Federer and Serena Williams...enjoys shopping, traveling and spending time with friends when she is off the court.

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