Nelly Radeva
Nelly  Radeva

Newport Beach, Calif.

High School:
Newport Harbor

Last College:




Vandy falls at Southern Cal

Commodores drop 4-1 decision to fifth-seeded USC in second round of NCAAs.


Dores top Toreros, advance

Vanderbilt advances to second round of NCAA Tournament with 4-1 win over San Diego.


Vandy falls at Ole Miss in SECs

Commodores drop 4-0 decision in SEC Quarterfinals.


Dores top Bulldogs, Ole Miss next

Vanderbilt opens SEC Tournament with 4-0 win over Mississippi State, will meet host Rebels on Friday in Oxford.


Women's Tennis hosts Kentucky Saturday

Commodores finish regular season in a match with the Wildcats


Vanderbilt 7, Kentucky 0 - 4/14/12 (Joe Howell)

Vanderbilt swept Kentucky 7-0 on Saturday to finish the regular season. (Photos by Joe Howell)

2010-11 (Sophomore): Went 17-8 in her first year at Vanderbilt ... Dropped just one match in dual play while picking up six wins ... Went 4-0 in the SEC ... Helped Vanderbilt defeat No. 17 Arkansas with a three-set win at the No. 6 position ... Clinched Vanderbilt's win over Mississippi State ... Went 2-1 at the Kitty Harrison Invitational in the fall ... Won the consolation bracket of the ITA Ohio Valley Regional after dropping the opening round match ... Advanced to the finals of the June Stewart Invitational before falling to teammate Rachael Dillon in the championship match.

2009-10 (Freshman/California): Compiled a 19-8 record, including a 6-1 mark in dual matches at the No. 6 position ... Advanced to the round of 16 in the Cal Nike Invitational Gold as well as the Saint Mary's Invitational ... Notched four doubles wins during the fall season.

Prep/Juniors: Named MVP at Newport Harbor High School after leading team to a perfect 22-0 record in 2008 ... Placed third at the 2006 USTA national hard court doubles ... 2005 Girl's 16 Easter Bowl Champion ... Quarterfinalist in the Girls 16 Orange Bowl Championships ... Girls 16 Orange Bowl doubles semifinalist ... Ranked in the top 20 nationally in each age division ... No. 1 ranked player in Southern California in girl's 12's and girl's 16's.

Personal: Born in Bulgaria ... Parents are Bogie and Diana Radeva ... Has a younger sister, Annie ... Father is a five-time Bulgarian National Champion in kayaking ... Mother won silver and bronze medals in kayaking at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, Korea.

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