SENIOR Season (2009-10)
Concluded career by establishing a school record for combined wins over a four-year span with 222, tallying 113 in singles and a record 109 in doubles
Went 14-19 in singles including 10-10 in dual matches, mostly at No. 4 in the lineup
Went 17-14 in doubles including 8-10 at No. 3 with Lara Fakhoury and 2-0 with Yvette Hyndman at No. 3
Clinched team-win over #55 Virginia Tech, #36 Auburn and Mississippi State
SEC Academic Honor Roll member
Helped Georgia to a 13-9 record and final national ranking of No. 18
JUNIOR SEASON (2008-09)
An All-SEC Second Team selection for the Bulldogs who went 27-3, advanced to the NCAA Final Four and had a final national ranking of No. 3.
Helped Georgia to an SEC title and third straight SEC Tournament title plus the ITA National Team Indoor finals
Earned Academic All-SEC honors
Named to the ITA National Team Indoors All-Tournament Team
Posted a 30-7 record including 21-2 in dual matches, 18-2 at No. 5
Played No. 3 doubles with Cameron Ellis, going 28-14 overall and 18-7 at No. 3
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2007-08)
Voted Second Team All-SEC
Clinched Georgia's win over Florida in the SEC Tournament finals and the win over Arkansas in the semifinals
Had a Team-leading 23 dual match singles wins
Team high 10 SEC singles wins
Ended the year on 11-match singles winning streak
Second on the team with 36 overall singles wins
Had a 21-2 mark at the No. 4 position
Six singles wins over ranked opponents
Lead the team with a combined 69 singles and doubles wins, tying the Georgia record set by Agate Cioroch in 2002.
Tied former Bulldog Shadisha Robinson for the most doubles victories in one season with 33.
Had a 33-10 doubles record including a 7-3 mark in SEC matches
2006-07: Finished second on the team in singles wins with 33 and doubles wins with 30 ... Had the most match-clinchers on the team with six ... Teamed with Natalie Frazier to clinch six doubles points ... Lost only one SEC match, going 10-1 in league contests.
- One of the top junior players in Japan and ranked as high as fourth nationally
- Top ITF Junior Tournament finishes include singles finalist at 2005 Atlanta event and semifinalist at the 2004 Boca Raton, Fla. event
- Reached singles semifinals at the 2004 All Japan Junior Tournament
- 2006 graduate of the Heritage Academy in Hilton Head Island, S.C., and attended Hyogo International High School in Japan from 2003-05
- Also trained at the Van Der Meer Tennis Academy in Hilton Head Island, S.C.
- Born Oct. 31, 1987 in Kobe, Japan
- Daughter of Shinichi and Keiko Ueshima
- Major: Pre-Journalism
- Has two sisters, Ayako (21) and Tomoko (15)