Sheila Smiley
Sheila  Smiley


Toronto, Ontario

High School:
Bill Crothers Secondary School

Last College:
West Florida



Nevada falls 5-2 to #62 San José State on Senior Day

Legendre and Smiley play final home matches


Nevada hosts San José State on Senior Day Saturday

Legendre and Smiley playing final home match


Magusiak clinches Nevada's 4-3 victory at UNLV

Nevada wins Governor's Series matchup from intrastate rival Rebels


Nevada at UNLV Sunday for Governor's Series match

Wolf Pack currently leads the Governor's Series 15-12


Morales clinches Nevada victory over Northern Arizona

Wolf Pack down Lumberjacks 4-3


Nevada Women's Tennis 2013-14

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

At Nevada: 2013-14 (Junior):Smiley totaled a 13-17 record in 2013-14, with a 10-11 mark in dual action ... She was 7-4 from court four during her junior season, and 2-3 in conference play ... She was 12-6 in doubles play with partner Juliette Legendre, while 9-5 from court two.2012-13 (Sophomore): Smiley was 10-16 in singles action on the year, including a 2-6 mark in conference play. In doubles, she was 8-17, playing mainly in the No. 3 position.

West Florida: Played one season for head coach Derrick Racine at Division II West Florida University ... Earned first-team all-Gulf South honors ... Played in the middle of the lineup (No. 3 and No. 4) in her debut season ... Helped the Argonauts to a birth in the NCAA Championships and a No. 9 national ranking ... Won 14 singles matches and was 5-1 within the Gulf South Conference ... A part of the Argos most successful doubles pair, going 17-5 alongside teammate Caitlyn Bates at the No. 1 position ... Also won two matches with Fernanda Amaral without a loss.

High School: A graduate of Bill Crothers Secondary School in Ontario, Canada ... Participated in the under-14 and under-16 National Championships ... Was sixth in the under-18 division at the 2009 Canadian Provincial Championships.

Personal: Daughter of Uiar Smiley ... Has one brother, Erol, 21 ... Chose Nevada over South Dakota and Murray State because of the Reno-Tahoe area and the overall strength of the Nevada program ... Most memorable sports moment was a three-set victory at UWF last season, when she won 6-7, 6-4, 6-4 in 95 degree heat ... Lists her sports hero as Marat Safin ... Enjoys watching movies and reality television in her spare time. She is a Finance major as well.

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