2011-12: All-American in singles and doubles ... Honda Sports Award recipient for women's tennis ... ITA National Player of the Year ... NCAA Singles and Doubles champion, becoming only the third player in NCAA history to capture both titles in the same season ... defeated teammate Mallory Burdette in three sets in the first all-Stanford final since 2001, becoming Stanford's first NCAA singles champion since 2004 ... teamed with Burdette to win NCAA Doubles crown, capturing Stanford's 15th overall collegiate doubles title ... Pac-12 Player of the Year, becoming Stanford's first honoree since 2009 ... All-Pac-12 First Team selection ... Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention selection ... finished the year 41-5 overall and 21-2 in duals, playing all her matches at the No. 1 spot ... earned a final No. 1 national ranking ... 29-4 against nationally-ranked opponents ... 6-3 in three-set matches ... 20-3 in tournament matches ... provided the clinching point in four matches ... won 17 straight matches to end the year ... pocketed two other singles titles, winning the ITA Northwest Regional Championships and Pac-12 Championships ... ITA National Doubles Team of the Year with Burdette ... in doubles, posted a 35-5 record overall and 18-2 in duals ... earned a final national ranking of No. 1 ... playing together for the first time, Gibbs and Burdette opened the season by claiming the title at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships ... the duo also earned a runner-up finish at the Pac-12 Championships.
2010-11: All-American in singles ... ITA Northwest Region Player to Watch ... NCAA Championships All-Tournament Team selection ... All-Pac-10 Second Team honoree ... earned a final national singles ranking of No. 12 ... advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Singles Championships, defeating back-to-back top-10 opponents before falling to eventual champion and top-ranked Jana Juricova of California ... produced a team-best 46-6 overall record, becoming first Cardinal player to reach the 40-win plateau since Erin Burdette and Gabriela Lastra both accomplished the feat in 2001-02 ... unbeaten in 27 dual matches, finishing 2-0 at No. 2, 16-0 at the No. 3 position, 8-0 at the No. 4 spot ... 21-4 against nationally-ranked opponents ... 19-6 in tournament matches ... 3-5 in three-set matches ... won 25 consecutive matches from Jan. 26-Apr. 30 ... won 19 sets by a score of 6-0 ... did not lose back-to-back matches all season ... highest-ranked opponent she defeated was teammate and No. 3 Hilary Barte 6-4, 6-1 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships ... notched a runner-up finish at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships ... advanced to the semifinals of the Freeman Memorial Invitational Championships and Pac-10 Championships ... ranked No. 32 nationally in doubles, teaming with Kristie Ahn to finish 21-9 overall and 14-4 in duals as Stanford's No. 2 team ... the duo was 5-4 against nationally-ranked opponents ... reached the doubles final of the ITA Northwest Regional Championships in October.
Prior to Stanford: 2010 graduate of Crossroads ... advanced to CIF quarterfinals while at Mira Costa High School during her freshman year ... won a 50k doubles title with teammate Kristie Ahn ... during July 2010, while ranked among the top-500 in the world, advanced to second round of qualifying at the Bank of the West Classic.
Personal: Parents are Paul and Leslie ... has one sister, Shannon ... father, Paul, played tennis at Ball State and aunt, Karis, played tennis at Miami (Ohio) ... hobbies include listening to music and spending time with friends.