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  Wen Sun
School: Texas A&M University
Year: graduated
Home Town: Dalian
Home State:
Home Country: China
High School: Dalian Financial Business Sch.
Height: 6-0
Birth Date:
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Undecided
Singles Record: 9-6
Doubles Record: 10-10
Sun's Honors


· Big 12 No. 3 Singles Champion

· Big 12 No. 1 Doubles Champion (with Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar)

· All-Big 12 (singles & doubles)

· NCAA Doubles Championship at-large entry (Sanchez-Quintanar), first round

· No. 18 final doubles ranking (Texas A&M record-high for final doubles ranking)

· No. 73 in ITA final singles rankings


2012 FALL RESULTS (SENIOR): Entered the fall ranked No. 46 in singles and No. 44 in doubles with Nazari Urbina...Posted a 6-4 record in singles, including 2-2 against ranked opponents...Went 4-3 in doubles, going 3-2 with Nazari Urbina and 1-1 with Stefania Hristov...Reached the semifinals of the ITA Texas Regional with Urbina before falling to Hristov and Cristina Stancu...Enters the spring No. 82 in the ITA singles rankings.

2011-12 (JUNIOR): Was the Big 12 No. 3 singles champion and the Big 12 No. 1 doubles tri-champion in her first year at Texas A&M...Was an at-large entry into the NCAA Doubles Championship with partner Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar, and the tandem was ranked a then-school record high 18th in the ITA final doubles rankings...Was No. 73 in the final singles rankings...Received All-Big 12 honors in singles and was a unanimous selection in doubles...Was second on the Aggie squad for most singles victories, going 26-10 overall, including 20-4 in dual matches all at the No. 3 line...Longest singles winning streak was nine and finished the season on an eight-match win streak...Led the team in doubles victories with a 27-12 overall record...Went 18-7 with Sanchez-Quintanar, all at No. 1...Longest doubles winning streak was six...Highest ranked win was with Sanchez-Quintanar in a 9-7 victory against 11th-ranked Emina Bektas and Brooke Bolender of Michigan in the second round of the NCAA team tournament (May 12, 2012)...Previous highest ranked win was against No. 13 Ema Burgic and Nina Secerbegovic of Baylor in the semifinals of the Big 12 Championship. FALL RESULTS: Entered the spring season ranked No. 64 in the ITA national singles rankings and No. 9 in the ITA Texas Regional rankings after posting a 6-6 record, including 1-2 against ranked opponents...Advanced to the singles finals at the HEB Baylor Invitational after knocking off 28th-ranked Diana Nakic of Baylor in the semifinals...Led A&M in doubles victories with a 9-4 mark, including 5-2 with Sanchez-Quintanar...The pair won four consecutive matches to reach the finals at the ITA Texas Regional before falling to Millie Nichols and Olivia Smith of TCU in the finals.


2010-11 (SOPHOMORE): Was the No. 1 player in the nation in the final 2011 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) rankings and received All-America laurels for the second straight year...Was the Flight 1 national champion in singles at the 2011 NJCAA Division I National Championship and helped lead the Lady Apaches to their second consecutive NJCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championship and a No. 1 final team ranking...Was the regional and national champion in both singles and doubles at the 2010 USTA/ITA National Small College Championships in the fall of 2010...TJC went 46-4 (.920) during her two-year career.

2009-10 (FRESHMAN): Earned All-America honors in singles and was named the 2010 ITA Region II Rookie of the Year after winning the NJCAA Flight 2 singles national title and leading TJC to its 14th team national championship trophy.

PREVIOUS ATHLETIC BACKGROUND: Was ranked No. 2 in China in 12s singles, and after a No. 4 ranking in 14s singles, earned a No. 1 ranking in 16s...Also was ranked No. 1 in China in doubles in 12s...Before beginning college career at Tyler Junior College, qualified and competed in numerous ITF tournaments...Reached the third round at the $25,000 Qian Shan (China) in 2008, as well as the $10,000 Goyang (South Korea) and the $10,000 Gimhae (South Korea).

PERSONAL: Sun Wen is the daughter of Chengwei Sun and Jun Liang...Began playing tennis when she was 9 years old...Chose to sign with Texas A&M because of the "friendly Aggies, great facility, awesome at everything!"...Most memorable moment of A&M career is defeating No. 6 Texas in 2012...Hobbies are sleeping, eating, walking her dogs, watching movies and hanging out with friends...Is a member of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee...Majoring in sport management with a minor in business, is on schedule to graduate in December 2013...Career ambition is to become a tennis sales representative for a big company, such as Nike, adidas, Bablolat, etc., and travel to junior tournaments to promote goods...Born January 3, 1991, in Dalian, China.