|Major:||Marketing and Management|
Academic Notes: Double Major in marketing and management …Three-time Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient.
Career Notes: One of only four players in program history to be named All-Big Sky first team three or more times.
2011 (Senior): All-Big Sky first team...14-9 overall singles record, 6-2 Big Sky singles record at No. 2...Won four straight matches and five of six overall from March 28 through April 23...Five of six Big Sky regular season singles wins came in straight sets...Won at No. 2 singles in Big Sky Championship semifinal vs Montana...13-7 overall doubles record, 6-1 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1...Went 13-5 overall and 6-1 in Big Sky with senior Edit Suhajda as primary No. 1 doubles team...Posted 8-7 (7-3) win with Suhajda at No. 1 doubles against No. 20 Arizona State...Won seven-consecutive doubles matches to end regular season and win at No. 1 in Big Sky Championship Semifinal against Montana...Named Big Sky Player of the Week on February 2...9-9 singles record and 7-6 doubles record during Fall 2010 play.
2010 (Junior): All-Big Sky second team...9-7 overall singles record and 4-1 Big Sky singles mark at No. 1 and 2...Went 6-4 at No. 1 singles and 3-3 at No. 2...Posted winning streaks of three and five singles matches during the season...Won eight of nine singles matches from February 19 through April 4....11-5 overall doubles record and 5-0 in the Big Sky teaming with Malia Wahinepio at No. 1...Posted winning streaks of four and five matches, winning nine of 10 matches from February 14 through April 4...Posted an 8-3 win at No. 1 doubles over Montana in Big Sky Championship Semifinal...Named Big Sky Player of the Week on January 27...Began the spring ranked No. 35 nationally in doubles with Wahinepio and No. 5 in the Mountain region...Also began the spring ranked No. 19 in singles in the ITA Mountain region...7-7 singles record and 11-2 doubles record during Fall 2009 play, including doubles championship at the UC Irvine Fall Invitational.
2009 (Sophomore): All-Big Sky first team…Second on team in overall singles wins (13) during spring…Finished 13-6 overall in singles…Tied for team-high with six conference victories…Went 6-2 in conference play…Posted second best record at one position (10-5) at No. 3 singles…Added 2-1 record at No. 2…Finished 10-2 in final 12 matches…Recorded victory over Victoria Tessmar (4-6, 6-4, 6-3) of No. 50 New Mexico…Played in 22 doubles matches pairing with Stacey Pinchbeck and Edit Suhajda…Went 10-12 overall…Played 14 matches (7-7) at No. 1 doubles with Suhajda…Pair recorded 6-1 record in Big Sky play…Added 4-7 record in fall singles…7-3 record in doubles.
2008 (Freshman): All-Big Sky first team despite struggling with wrist injury for most of the season…Saw playing time at No. 1- No. 5 singles playing mostly at the No. 2 position…Posted a 15-6 overall record with a 6-1 mark in Big Sky Conference play…Finished in three-way tie for most overall wins with 15…Played doubles with Edit Suhajda posting a 12-6 overall record with an 8-6 mark at No. 1 and perfect 4-0 record at No. 2…Went 6-1 in BSC play.
High School: Graduated from Árpád High School in 2006…Played under head coach Tibor Mák and Attila Door…2005 Hungarian Champion in doubles…Won ITF doubles in 2005…Had highest amateur ranking (9th) in 2005.
Personal: Orsolya Golovics was born June 29, 1987 in Pécs, Hungary…Parents Lajos and Csilla Szuha’r reside in Szentendre, Hungary…Has one older sister, Petra…Last name pronounced GO-low-vicks...Enjoys music and reading books…Likes mountain climbing and biking.