Morales and Delic winners of five in a row
Morales honored on senior day
Delic and Morales record 40th doubles victory
Delic and Morales win both matches
Next match at home on Sunday
2016-17 (Sr.): Went 19-10 in singles in her senior season, going 3-1 in MW play and 12-6 in dual play on court No. 2 … Was named to the All-MW singles team for the third time in her career … Her 19 wins this season puts her tied for 10 all-time for singles victories in a season at Nevada … She hold a career singles record of 69-44, with her 69 wins being the fifth most in Nevada history … 15-7 record in doubles this season … Went 8-4 with Blaga Delic, giving the duo 44 career victories, the most in Nevada history … Was named to the All-MW doubles team all four seasons at Nevada, and three with Delic … In the fall, dropped the ITA Mountain Regional championship to teammate Claudia Herrero, 6-0, 7-6 … Herrero and Morales were part of a draw of 128 that competed at the ITA Mountain Regional … Lettered all four years at Nevada.2015-16 (Jr.): Earned All-Mountain West doubles honors for the third consecutive season, her second with Delic … Teamed with Delic to win the ITA Mountain Regional Doubles Championship to advance to the 2015 USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, N.Y. … Defeated the doubles team from Lynn University 6-4, 4-6, 10-4 to go 1-2 at the 2015 USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships … Posted a 20-9 doubles record with Delic playing mostly No. 1 doubles and was 21-12 overall in doubles … The 20 doubles wins with Delic is the third best season in school history and the team was also ranked 75th by the ITA … Went 17-8 in singles play, 13-5 in duals, 4-3 in tournament action and 1-3 in the MW … Played No. 2 singles … The 17 singles wins equals her career best total also reached her sophomore year … Lettered for the third time.
2014-15 (So.): Earned All-Mountain West singles recognition and doubles honors playing with Blaga Delic … Was the second year in a row she was named to the All-MW singles and doubles teams … The Pack duo became the first Nevada women’s doubles team to advance to the NCAA Championships played in Waco, Texas earning the MW automatic bid … They were just one of 32 teams to compete in the NCAA Championship … They entered the championship ranked 73rd and dropped a 6-4, 6-3 decision to the #19 team from USC … Posted a 16-5 record in doubles, 14-4 in duals, 2-1 in tournaments and 4-1 in conference play with Delic … The 16 doubles wins is tied for the sixth best season in Nevada history … Overall was 22-6 competing in doubles with two partners … As a singles player went 16-11, 11-8 in duals, 5-3 in tournament play and 1-3 in MW action … Posted an 11-8 record playing No. 1 singles … Tied for second on the team with Delic with 16 singles wins … Earned Academic All-Mountain West honors … Lettered for the second time.
2013-14 (Fr.): Posted a 17-15 mark in her freshman campaign, with a 14-8 record in dual play ... Her 14-8 record came all from court two, and tallied a 2-3 record in conference play ... Posted a 17-2 doubles record with partner Michelle Okhremchuk, totaled a 15-1 record during dual action, and was 5-0 in conference play ... Selected to the Mountain West All-Conference singles team and doubles team, with partner Michelle Okhremchuk ... First victory as a member of the Wolf Pack came during September 2013 at the Cal-Nike Invitational.
PRIOR TO NEVADA: Master del Norte winner in 2007 (Vizcaya) ... Master TTK (Barcelona) runner up (2008) ... Tropeo J'hayber winner (Elchel) in 2007 ... Master TTK (Madrid) winner in 2009 ... Babolat cup national doubles winner with Silvia Fuentes (Pamplona) in 2009 ... National Nike runner up (Madrid) in 2009 ... Virgen Blanca National Winner (Victoria) in 2009 ... International Miranda de ebro 2010 (Burgas) ... Master International TTK Winner (Barcelona) 2009 ... Master National Paginas Amarillas Winner (Zaragoza) in 2009.
Personal: Mathematics major … Daughter of Enrique Morales and Marimar Hidalgo Prada ... Has one younger sister, Cristina Morales Hidalgo ... Chose to come to Nevada over Wyoming for the location and the weather ... Likes to play soccer and listen to music in her spare time ... Sports heroes are Roger Federer and Leo Messi … Career highlights are going to NCAA Championship and beating UNLV.