UI Women's Tennis BIO
 Belen Barcenilla

Honors: 2016 First Team All-Big Sky, 2015 Big Sky Honorable Mention, 2014 Second Team All-WAC Doubles

2015-16: Was 23-10 overall and 18-7 in dual match play…helped Idaho to its second straight Big Sky championship…played across the board in singles…was 8-2 in No. 5 play and 6-1 in No. 4 singles…played majority of doubles with Ana Batiri, finishing with a 7-7 record in the No. 1 position…closes career with 76 career singles wins, fifth in program history.

2014-15: Played to a 14-4 record...played only sparingly in the spring with a 1-1 record...finished 7-1 in No. 5 singles and 5-1 in No. 6 play...played exclusively with Sophie Vickers in doubles play, recording an 11-6 record...was 10-6 in No. 2 doubles...won in No. 5 doubles against Sacramento State to help the Vandals to the Big Sky championships.

2013-14: Barcenilla led Idaho with a program-record 30 singles victories in 2013-14, going 30-8 on the season…she went 17-5 in the spring and 13-3 in the fall…Barcenilla played the majority of her singles matches at the No. 5 position, going 15-3 there…she earned second-team all-WAC honors for doubles after going 14-5 in the spring, all at the No. 3 position…she went 28-7 in doubles overall…won the doubles draw at the Cougar Classic with partner Sophie Vickers.

Spring 2013: Barcenilla joined the Vandals in the spring of 2013..she went 9-12 in singles play and 6-6 in doubles action in her first semester of college tennis…she primarily played her singles matches at No. 4, where she went 8-10…she also went 1-1 at No. 3 and 0-1 at No. 5 singles.

Junior Tennis: Barcenilla was ranked No. 111 in Spanish Open Women’s Singles, and competed at regional, national and international levels…she was the regional champion of Castille and Leon multiple times, and her team finished third nationally in Spanish league play.

Year: Senior
Hometown: Leon, Spain
Experience: 3 Letters
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