Princeton High School
Freshmen and first-year SEC student-athletes were eligible
The Dores face Cal or LSU on Friday at 3 p.m. CT in the program's 17th Sweet 16 appearance.
Vanderbilt landed seven representatives on the SEC women’s tennis postseason awards list.
After downing No. 1 Florida, 4-3, the SEC tournament title is back on West End.
Sunday's championship contest will be a matchup of reigning SEC regular-season champions and the 2016 SEC tournament champions, Florida.
Women's tennis defeats South Carolina 4-1 (4/14/17)
Women's tennis defeats No. 1 Florida 4-2 for the SEC Reg. Season crown. Photos by Terry Wyatt (4/16/17)
Celebration shots from women's tennis' 2017 SEC Tournament Final over Florida, 4-3. Photos by Gabby Karademos (4/23/17)
No. 9 Vanderbilt women's tennis fell to No. 7 Ohio State, 5-2. (2/5/17) Photos by Gabriella Karademos
"Christina is a great competitor," said head coach Geoff Macdonald. "She's a superb athlete and we're impressed that she's gotten to be one of the best players in the country while taking an extremely challenging course load. She's won national championships in doubles and is almost a prototype of a perfect Vanderbilt student-athlete; she's a great student, she's really good in singles, she's really good in doubles. We also think she's going to get really good in college when she begins training fulltime."
Ranked No. 1 in the State of New Jersey and No. 25 In the nation, Rosca will bring maturity and leadership capabilities to the already talented Commodore squad. As a sophomore Rosca won the state singles title with Princeton High School, and this past January the then-junior won the 2015 USTA Girls' 18s Winter National Doubles Championship alongside then-partner and UNC freshman Jessie Aney.
"I am very excited and grateful to be a part of the amazing tennis family at Vanderbilt," said Rosca. "I am thankful that Coaches Macdonald and Tsoubanos have given me the opportunity to be a Commodore and I can't wait to play my first matches as one next year!"