||University of Denver
||Thursday, October 09, 1986
2007-08: Tied for a team best 31-8 singles record and a 22-10 overall doubles record • posted an eleven match winning streak from Jan. 26 to Mar. 8 • named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Women’s University Division At-Large Second Team • named to her second consecutive CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine District VII Academic All-District team • named Academic All-American with a 3.99 GPA in finance • named All-Sun Belt Conference in singles for the third consecutive season • named ITA Scholar Athlete • Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week on April 9, 2008.
2006-07: Posted a program-best 30-13 overall singles record • became the first Pioneer to qualify for the ITA Indoor Singles Championships • captured the singles title at the ITA Central Regional Championship • named All-Sun Belt Conference in singles for the second consecutive season • named team’s most valuable player • defeated then-No. 81 Jenny Kuehn of Michigan • won two of three matches at the SBC championships • posted an 11-22 doubles record • named to the CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine District VII Academic All-District team.
2005-06: Started the year at No. 3 singles but finished strong at No. 2 singles as a rookie • compiled a 21-11 overall record and tied for most wins on the team • peaked in the regional rankings at No. 25 • won three of four matches against nationally ranked opponents, including wins over Veera Nurmi (84) of Colorado, Lauren Jones (95) of Brigham Young and Milica Veselinovic (93) of Iowa • won two Sun Belt Conference Championship matches to help DU to the finals against Florida International • played at No. 1, 2 and 3 doubles, posting a 11-9 record • defeated Maria Muller and Andrea Brenes 8-4 of then-No. 37 Alabama on Jan. 27 with teammate Rachel Sackmaster • had a five-match win streak.
Before Denver: Placed first in singles and doubles at the Norwegian National Championships in U12, U14, U16 and U18 divisions • ranked No. 1 in the U14 (2000), U16 (2002) and U18 (2003, 2004) junior rankings • placed second at the Norwegian National Championship in singles play in 2004 • followed up with a first place in doubles that same year • Fed cup participant in 2002 and 2004.
Personal: Born Oct. 9, 1986 in Oslo, Norway • daughter of Per Ofstad and Grete Aksdal • graduated from Wang Toppidrett (Oslo, Norway) High School in 2005 • chose DU for its good school and competitive tennis program • Finance major • career goal is to become a skilled financial professional • enjoys golfing, skiing, hiking and reading.