Mirna Cicak
Mirna Cicak
Year: Senior
Hometown: Zagreb, Croatia

2011 (Junior): Helped her team to a 12-6 record overall and a 7-4 mark in Southland Conference matches, the best finish in school history … went 7-6 at No. 1 singles in her third-straight season playing the top spot for the Islanders … totaled a 9-5 record in doubles, including a 2-1 mark with Doris Kuselj and 3-1 record with Stefania Nicolae, both at the No. 1 position … teamed with Sandra Burges to go 4-3 at No. 1 doubles … had a 6-4 mark at No. 1 doubles in Southland matches … beat No. 1 singles player, Olga Bazhanova, from defending Southland Conference Champion Northwestern State in straight sets.

2010 (Sophomore): Finished with an 11-6 singles record and 5-6 doubles mark in her second year with Texas A&M – Corpus Christi … was 5-4 in singles and 4-2 in doubles for Southland Conference matches … won a season-high four matches in-a-row at two different times during the year … won her final singles matches of the regular season to help the Islanders qualify for the Southland Conference Tournament a second-straight year.

2009 (Freshman): Was the Islanders No. 1 singles player as a true freshman … beat the No. 1 singles player from nationally-ranked Rice in her first collegiate match … finished the year with an overall singles mark of 14-9, going 13-9 at No. 1 singles and 1-0 at the No. 2 position … in doubles, had a record of 3-8 on the season with teammate Nadia Filmalter … won six of the first seven matches during her collegiate career, with the only loss coming against the No. 1 singles player, Natalia Bubien, from No. 73 SMU … won the final three regular-season matches during the year to help the Islanders qualify for the Southland Conference Tournament, the first time in school history that the women’s team had done so.

Personal: Born Mirna Cicak on June 16, 1989, in Zagreb, Croatia … parents are Miroslav and Marina Cicak … has one older and two younger siblings … psychology major.