|High School:||Zernike College|
2014-15: Had a tremendous sophomore season, posting a 23-9 overall record in singles play and 19-12 mark in doubles play…her 23 wins in singles play ties her for seventh all-time in the single-season singles win list at Oregon…her 23 wins is almost six times more than the what she tallied her freshman year…went 14-6 in the dual play for singles and 4-5 in Pac-12 play…started the spring season with 13-straight singles victories – 14 if you include the her win to wrap up the fall season…went 11-5 in dual play for doubles with senior Nicole Long…only loss back-to-back doubles matches once the entire season…clinched the match for Oregon against Iowa, Utah State and No. 45 Arizona, tying with Long for the team lead…was ranked in the mid-60s by the ITA with Long in the final month of the regular season…defeated the No. 1-ranked doubles team of Catherine Harris and Kyle McPhillips from UCLA at home 8-5...went 5-3 in Pac-12 play in doubles, tallying wins against Washington State, No. 56 Colorado, No. 4 UCLA, No. 45 Arizona and No. 47 Washington…picked up a win at the Pac-12 Championships in Ojai, Calif., with a 7-5, 6-1 win over Nastia Vasyukhina of Washington State. Fall: Went 8-2 in singles play and 8-6 in doubles action…had a five-match winning streak in singles between losses.
2013-14: Wrapped up her first season at Oregon 4-7 in singles action and 7-11 in doubles play…won her first doubles dual match against South Carolina Upstate’s pair of von Stryk and Baran, 6-2, with Åkesson…the freshman also notched her first singles match in dual play two days later against Alexis Filliol of Eastern Washingtonm 6-0, 6-1…defeated No. 40 Washington’s duo of Nemcvic and Lukac, 8-3, to pick up her first victory in Pac-12 play with Allie Hueffner. Fall: Went 1-3 in UO’s final tournament at the IU Winter Invitational…earned her first collegiate victory in doubles action over Abilene Christian’s Hermsdorf and Hermsdorf, 7-5, with Lana Buttner.
Before Oregon: Competed in many International Tennis Federation matches throughout Europe...also competed for the Dutch Federation as well as member of the Dutch National Team...played the Junior Fed Cup, European Championships and World Championships...climbed as high as No. 1 in the Dutch rankings and No. 720 on the ladies senior tour...was ranked No. 46 in the Netherlands in singles and No. 40 in doubles...
Personal: Born in Eext, Netherlands...daughter of Otto and Anita Kluiving...also has an older brother, Rienk...majoring on Psychology.