2013: Named the Big South Conference Player of the Week on March 12… Earned seven singles wins on the season and eight in doubles action, tying for second on the team in doubles play… Picked up singles victories over USC Upstate, Delaware State, Savannah State, Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, Saint Joseph’s, Saginaw Valley State and Albany… Went on a four-match doubles winning streak at the first and second flights with partner Courtney Gardiner.
2012: Compiled a 12-9 singles record primarily at the fourth flight while earning seven doubles wins... Won four straight matches twice during the season, including a stretch that featured victories over Gardner-Webb (2/15), Kennesaw State (2/18), Radford (2/25) and Western Carolina (2/26)... Also picked up wins against Robert Morris (3/5), South Dakota (3/8) and UNC Asheville (4/12)... Won one doubles contest with Cara Caruso before playing most of the season at No. 1 with Paige Oelke, earning doubles wins against Liberty (3/25) and UNC Asheville (4/12).
2011: Named the Big South Conference Crons Brand Freshman of the Week (2/8)... Ranked second on the team in singles wins (10), playing primarily at No. 4 and No. 5... Racked up nine doubles wins with partners Lindsay Krause, Cara Caruso and Courtney Gardiner at the second and third flights... Made her collegiate debut with singles and doubles wins against Western Carolina (2/6), kicking off a season-long three match singles win streak... Took a Big South Conference victory against Charleston Southern (3/26)... Earned wins over USC Upstate (2/9) and Appalachian State (2/19) in singles play... Won four straight doubles matches with Caruso a the third flight (3/1-3/6)... Teamed up with Gardiner at No. 2 to knock off Radford (4/3).
High School: Attended Colegio Notre Dame De Campinas ... Also played for Sociedade Hipica De Campinas under Gil Costa.
Personal: Patricia Noronha Gustavo Alves was born July 2, 1992 in Campinas, Brazil ... Daughter of Aldo alves Junior and Maria Christina Noronha Gustavo Alves ... Has two siblings, Daniela and Rodrigo, both of whom play tennis ... Majoring in economics.