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
Malenovska collects her fourth career Player of the Week award
LBSU extends winning streak to nine matches and moves to 7-1 in the conference
Long Beach State (2012-13): Earned All-Big West honors for both singles (first team) and doubles (second team with partner Sarah Cantlay)...went 20-13 in singles play and 23-8 in doubles...played at the No. 1 and 2 spots in each...started the season at No. 1 in singles and went 5-6 before moving to No. 2 where she went 9-1 and won her last eight matches...won 11 doubles matches in a row from March 7 - April 28...began the 2013 season with a singles win over No. 74 Michaela Bezdickova (New Mexico) on day three of the Beach Invitational...earned Big West Player of the Week honors twice (Jan. 23 and April 10)...her .776 doubles winning percentage (52-15) is good for fifth-best in school history...overall career winning percentage is .708 (97-40), which is the ninth highest in Beach Tennis history.
(2011-12):A second-team All-Big West selection in doubles with Anais Dallara ... Did not play during the fall tournament season while rehabbing an injury ... Posted a 3-0 record in both doubles and singles at the Beach Invitational ... Finished the season with a 14-10 record in singles, and was 21-3 overall in doubles ... Went 7-1 in singles during conference matches, and 7-1 in doubles in Big West play ... Went 18-3 in dual matches in doubles, winning one match at No. 1 doubles and rest at No. 2 doubles ... Split singles between No. 4 and No. 5 ... Academic All-Big West for the second straight year.
(2010-11):A first-team All-Big West selection in doubles and a second-team All-Big West singles pick ... Posted an 8-4 record in the fall for Long Beach State in her first collegiate action ... Reached the finals of the Fullerton Invitational before falling to teammate Anais Dallara in the championship match ... Won two matches at the ITA Regionals before falling in the Round of 32 ... Returned to the lineup after sitting out the first 11 matches ... Played at No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles for the rest of the year ... Went 11-2 in dual matches, including a perfect 3-0 against Big West opponents ... Only loss prior to a season-ending withdrawal came against No. 63 Shannon Matthews of No. 19 Notre Dame ... Posted an 8-4 record in doubles with Anais Dallara at No. 1 doubles ... An ITA All-Academic Team member and an Academic All-Big West selection.
(2009-10):Sat out the 2009-10 season.
High School:A two-time champion of Slovakia ... Ranked as high as No. 53 in the ITF rankings ... Participant in both the Wimbledon and French Open junior championships ... Owns 55 junior and 24 women's ITF victories in international play.
Personal: Born in Bratislava ... parents are Anton and Eva Malenovska ... Major is business management.