History has been made, and a top ranking has been earned by the hard work and relentless effort of Texas A&M women’s tennis star Mary Stoiana.
Stoiana has sealed her name in the Texas A&M record books as the university’s first women’s tennis player to be ranked No. 1 in the nation. The Connecticut native arrived in Bryan-College Station in 2021 and has been on a tear since suiting up in the Maroon & White.
After a stellar freshman campaign where she earned multiple honors, including being named to the All-SEC freshman, she doubled down with an even better sophomore year. Below is just a snip-it of the accolades collected last year as she rose through the rankings:
SEC Player of the Year (2023)
ITA All-American Singles (2023)
All-SEC First Team (2023)
7x SEC Player of the Week in 2023, the most in a single season in conference history
Our girl is unstoppable!!!🤩👑💪
Mary Stoiana becomes the first player in Texas A&M's women's tennis history to be ranked No. 1 in the nation!
— Texas A&M Women's Tennis (@AggieWTEN) November 15, 2023
Congratulations to Mary for reaching the top-ranked spot in the nation, and we wish her a very successful upcoming season.