2014-15: First-team All-Ivy in singles … Second-team All-Ivy in doubles with Sonya Latycheva … Co-recipient of the University's prestigious Association of Alumnae Fathers’ Trophy … Honored with the Trustees’ Council of Penn Women Athletic Award of Excellence … Leaves Penn as the most decorated women’s tennis player in program history (Eight All-Ivy recognitions and Ivy Rookie of the Year) … Played every match of her career at the No. 1 position in singles and doubles … Served as team captain … Finished 13-9 overall in singles play and 3-4 in Ivy matches … Went 13-6 in doubles play overall and 3-4 in Ivy matches … In the fall went 6-2 in singles matches, and 4-1 in doubles matches … Was 4-1 at the Cissie Leary Invitational (9/12-14), advancing to the finals in ‘Flight A’ before falling … Went 2-1 at the Tribe Invitational (9/19-21) … In doubles lost her first match of the fall, before finishing 4-0 with playing partner Kana Daniel … In the spring went 7-7 in the top spot for Penn in singles, and 9-5 in the top position in doubles … Collected Ivy League wins over Brown (4/4), Harvard (4/11), and Cornell (4/17) in singles … Began doubles play this spring 5-0 with three different partners … In doubles play with Sonya Latycheva tallied Ivy wins against Harvard (4/11), Cornell (4/17), and Columbia (4/19) ... ITA Scholar Athlete.
2013-14: First-team All-Ivy in singles ... First-team All-Ivy in doubles with Kana Daniel ... First player in program history with three-straight First-team All-Ivy selections in doubles, doing so with three different partners ... First Penn player since 2008 to receive three-straight First-team All-Ivy selections ... Finished 24-7 overall in singles play, including 4-3 in Ivy League matches ... Went 15-6 overall in doubles, including 5-2 in Ivy play ... Started the spring season 10-0 in singles and doubles play at the No. 1 position ... In the fall, won the Cissie Leary Invitational Flight A singles bracket, going 4-0 before winning by default over teammate Sonya Latycheva, due to injury ... Finished 1-2 in singles, and 0-1 in doubles with Latycheva at the ITA All-American Championships in September ... Advanced to the ITA Northeast Regional quarterfinals as a single going 3-1 ... With partner Jaime Yapp-Shing finished 1-1 in doubles play at the ITA Northeast Regional.
2012-13: First-team All-Ivy in singles … First-team All-Ivy in doubles with Sonya Latycheva … ITA Northeast Regional Doubles champion with Latycheva (10/23) … Qualified for the ITA National Indoor Championships and advanced to the consolation semifinals (11/8-11/10) … Went 20-8 (5-1 Ivy) in singles, playing all her dual matches at No. 1 … Went 28-8 (6-1 Ivy) in doubles, playing the entire year at No. 1 … Went 2-0 at the Columbia Invitational in Flight A doubles (9/15) … Went 4-1 at the Cissie Leary Invitational, winning the Flight A singles consolation (9/22) … Went 2-1 at the ITA Northeast Regional singles championship, advancing to the Round of 16 (10/21) … Won seven of her first eight singles matches in the spring, finishing with a 13-3 overall record … Won her final five completed singles matches, all in the Ivy play, including wins over fellow first team All-Ivy players Elizabeth Epstein of Yale (4/6) and Hideko Tachibana of Harvard (4/14).
2011-12: ITA Northeast Region Rookie of the Year ... Ivy League Rookie of the Year ... Unanimous first-team All-Ivy in singles ... First-team All-Ivy in doubles with Jules Rodin ... Went 19-5 (5-2 Ivy) in singles, playing exclusively at No. 1 ... Finished 18-5 (4-3 Ivy) in doubles, playing exclusively at No. 1 ... Won the Columbia Invitational Flight A singles in first collegiate tournament ... Advanced to the semifinals of singles draw at Cissie Leary Invitational ... Went 1-1 at ITA Regional singles, advancing to the Round of 32 ... Captured Columbia and Cissie Leary Invitational doubles titles with Jaime Yapp-Shing ... Qualified for ITA Regional doubles with Yapp-Shing ... Won her first three matches to start the spring, including a three-set win in Penn's 4-3 win over Richmond (2/11) ... Did not lose a singles match in the month of May, a five-match winning streak that included a win over 96th-ranked Hilary Bartlett (Princeton) in straight sets (3/31) ... Defeated three nationally ranked doubles teams alongside Rodin - vs. No. 37 Luus/Belzunce of Maryland (2/12), vs. No. 30 Yu/Brook of Yale (4/6), vs. No. 48 Tachibana/Whelan of Harvard (4/14) ... ITA Scholar Athlete.
High School: Currently ranked in singles by the Women's Tennis Association ... Played the Junior Wimbledon and French Open in 2010 ... Club Nautico Hacoaj Athlete of the Year ... Selected to represent Argentina at the Junior Fed Cup in 2009 and the Junior Olympic Games in 2010 ... Singles and doubles winner at Inka Bowl ITF G2 and Copa Milo ITF G2 (2010) ... Trained at the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy for three years at the age of 11.
Personal: Daughter of Silvia and Fernando Eskenazi ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.