2011-12: Finished 24-8 overall and 17-4 in duals ... earned a final No. 74 national singles ranking ... 8-2 against conference opponents ... 7-4 in tournament play ... 1-3 in three-set matches ... provided the clinching point in five matches ... played most of her matches at the No. 4 spot, compiling a 14-2 record ... 7-5, 6-4 victory over No. 43 Tayler Davis of California represented her lone win over a nationally-ranked opponent ... won season-best 12 consecutive matches from Feb. 21-April 13 ... contributed one victory in postseason play, cruising past Northwestern's Veronica Corning 6-1, 6-2 ... in doubles, was 25-5 overall ... playing primarily with Stacey Tan as Stanford's No. 2 team, the duo finished 23-3 overall, 18-1 in duals and earned a final No. 30 national ranking ... competed in NCAA Doubles Championship with Tan, dropping a first-round match ... the duo won 15 consecutive matches from Feb. 1-April 14 ... playing together for the first time, Tsay and Tan captured title at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships.
Prior to Stanford: 2011 graduate of Kaplan Academy of California ... reached highest WTA world ranking of No. 583 in singles and No. 513 in doubles ... ranked No. 1 in the nation among girls' 14, 16 and 18-year-old divisions ... earned six gold, one silver and six bronze balls during junior season ... captured 2010 doubles title at St. Joseph, Mo., and 2009 singles title at Stead Open ... claimed singles, doubles and sportsmanship award at the 2008 Girls' 16 Easter Bowl ... represented Team USA at five international events in United States, England, France, Canada and Italy ... earned sportsmanship award at the 2011 Girls' 18 USTA National Championships ... two-time Inside Tennis Junior Player of the Year (2006, 2008).
Personal: Parents are James and Suping ... considering pursuing a degree in Pre-med ... hobbies include reading, biking, spending time outdoors and trying new foods.