2007-08: All-American ... All-Pac-10 Second Team selection ... Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention ... closed out her season at 28-10 overall and 17-5 in dual matches ... competed primarily at the No. 2 position, racking up a 14-4 mark ... received a final national ranking of No. 16 ... one of eight No. 9-16 seeds in the NCAA Singles Championship draw, dropping her first round match to Miami's Laura Vallverdu 6-1, 6-3 ... perhaps the Cardinal's hottest player down the stretch, winning seven of her final eight matches ... 14-5 against Pac-10 foes ... 12-9 against nationally-ranked opponents ... posted a team-best 8-3 mark in three-set matches ... 14-2 in home matches ... tallied two different season-high seven-match winning streaks ... posted victories over two top-10 players, defeating USC's No. 10 Sarah Fansler 6-3, 6-4 on Oct. 5 and USC's No. 10 Amanda Fink 4-6, 6-3, 1-0 (10-4) on Apr. 4 ... wrapped up the fall season with a 9-3 mark ... captured the singles title at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships in October, defeating No. 56 Cristina Visico of California 6-1, 7-5 to claim the hardware ... went 2-2 at the ITA All-American Championships ... posted a 1-1 mark at the ITA National Indoor Championships in November, picking up a 6-3, 6-3 win over No. 46 Katarina Zoricic of William & Mary ... in doubles, paired with Whitney Deason at the No. 2 spot as the duo went 22-8 overall and 17-7 in duals ... this team won 11 of its first 12 matches and posted two other four-match winning streaks later in the year ... played in six doubles matches during the fall, compiling a 3-3 mark ... all three of those wins came with Hilary Barte, as the duo reached the semifinals of the ITA Northwest Regional Championships.
2006-07: All-American ... All-Pac-10 Second Team honoree ... Pac-10 All-Academic selection ... finished 23-7 overall and 11-1 in dual match play ... 11-2 against Pac-10 foes ... 10-2 versus nationally-ranked opponents ... 15-5 on neutral courts ... 4-0 in three-set matches ... earned a final national ranking of No. 20 ... missed most of the dual match season with a foot injury ... won five of her six NCAA Tournament matches, including a 7-6 (8), 6-1 opening-round win over No. 31 Caitlin Burke of Wisconsin in the NCAA Singles Championship ... won eight consecutive matches between Jan. 14-Feb. 24 ... undefeated in three matches at the National Team Indoors ... comprised the Cardinal's No. 2 doubles team with Celia Durkin, as the duo was 12-5 overall, 6-2 in dual match play and tabbed No. 42 in the final national rankings ... put together an impressive fall sea-son, finishing 9-4 ... earned a runner-up finish at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships, dispatching of No. 5 Zsuzsanna Fodor of California and No. 19 Melanie Gloria of Fresno State along the way ... chalked up a 5-1 record against nationally-ranked opponents in the fall, aided by three straight top-80 victories to begin the year ... teamed with Celia Durkin to finish 5-2 in the fall, as the duo earned a runner-up finish at the ITA North-west Regional following a 4-0 start.
2005-06: Posted a 14-2 record in singles, including a 9-0 mark in dual matches ... finished the season ranked No. 73 ... advanced to the quarterfinals at the NCTC Classic with a 6-2, 6-3 win over No. 55 Kendra Strohm of Texas in the Round of 16 ... advanced to the finals at the Pac-10 Invitational ... started at No. 6 singles and scored wins in both NCAA matches that she played in ... did not play singles during the fall campaign, but did make her Stanford debut in doubles ... competed with Celia Durkin at the Riviera/ITA All-American Qualifier in her first collegiate appearance ... notched a pair of victories and advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA Northwest Regional with Theresa Logar ... started at No. 3 doubles with Lejla Hodzic, posting a 17-1 record in duals ... the pair earned NCAA All-Tournament Team honors with a 5-0 record during their postseason run.
Prior to Stanford: Attended the Christian Liberty Academy in Arlington Heights, Ill. ... Named the 2002 and 2003 Southern California Player of the Year ... Played in the U.S. Open ... Represented the United States at the Junior Fed Cup and at the Maureen Connelly Brinker Cup ... Advanced to the semifinals of two singles and doubles Pro Circuit events and the finals of a doubles pro circuit event in Tucson, Ariz.
Personal: Daughter of Trung and Susan Nguyen ... Brother, Jason, played tennis at UCLA ... Enjoys writing, music and traveling.
Head Coach Lele Forood says: "Jessica starts her senior year looking back on having had her usual superb play and a few injury issues last year. Hopefully with a fully healthy campaign coming up, she will re-establish herself as a top-10 singles player and a crafty and effective doubles teammate. Her game is very diverse and like Hilary, she can hit much bigger than her size would indicate. She combines power with touch and almost always goes for the best shot choice available. It should be an entertaining time watching Jessica, a co-captain, lead this young team!"
If I had to cook my own meals, I would probably survive on: Soup and coffee
My most used saying is: "Life goes on"
I wouldn't be caught dead: Being close-minded
Favorite place on campus?: Memorial Court
When I was little, I wanted to be a: Weather news reporter or Interior Designer
Most visited website (besides Facebook)?: www.wsj.com (Wall Street Journal)
If I were a vegetable, I would be a(n): Sugar-snap pea