Klaudia Malenovska, Sarah Cantlay and Anna Jeczmionka won all their matches in their last home match
Klaudia Malenovska, Sarah Cantlay and Anna Jeczmionka play final home match
The 49ers will honor their three seniors in an alumni match on April 20
LBSU extends winning streak to nine matches and moves to 7-1 in the conference
LBSU Improves to 6-1 in Big West Conference
Long Beach State (2012-13):Went 18-9 in singles and was 4-1 in conference play...competed at the No. 5 and 6 spots...won her first four Big West regular season contests and went 2-0 during the Big West Tournament that included earning a win over UCI's Sarah Gong to help LBSU win its third straight conference tournament title...posted an 11-7 record in doubles play, competing primarily with Anne-Sophie Willems at the No. 3 spot in duel match play...won four doubles matches in a row from March 22 - April 6.
(2011-12):Went 11-4 in singles and 5-1 in doubles during the 2011-12 campaign ... Played doubles exclusively during the fall season ... Went 3-2 at No. 6 singles during the dual season ... Defeated Ellie Edles of UC Davis 6-0, 6-0 in her only Big West conference match ... A national ITA Academic Team selection and an Academic All-Big West honoree for the second straight year.
(2010-11):Posted a 15-11 record in singles and played in 11 matches in doubles with Jaklin Alawi ... Finished the season with a 10-7 record in dual matches in singles ... Went 4-3 at No. 4, 1-1 at No. 5 and 5-3 at No. 6 singles over the course of the season ... Played in the team's first five dual matches in doubles with Jaklin Alawi, going 2-3 ... A national ITA Academic Team selection as well as an Academic All-Big West honoree.
(2009-10):Played primarily at No. 5 in singles for Long Beach State, and played eight matches in the spring in doubles ... Improved through the spring with a 10-8 record in singles and a 3-5 record in doubles with Sarah Cantlay ... Had a five-match winning streak in the middle of the year, with wins against No. 55 Minnesota and No. 24 Nebraska.
High School:Ranked as the No. 5 junior in Poland ... Ranked as high as No. 477 in the ITF world junior rankings ... Won a Polish national championship and has reached five national tournament singles finals ... Has won five tournaments in singles and 12 in doubles ... Winner of five Polish national doubles titles.
Personal: Born in Poznan, Poland ... Parents are Roman and Krystyna Jeczmionka ... Major is business management.