Manuela Marin Salcedo
Manuela Marin Salcedo
Height: 5-6
Year: Senior
Hometown: Miami, Fla.
High School: Broward Virtual

As a Senior (2011-12)

Atlantic 10 Conference Women’s Tennis All-Conference Second Team
Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Academic Team

Earned Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team honors for the third time in her career … posted a 23-16 overall record, with nine victories at No. 1 singles … tied with partner Fatya Amiri for team-high honors with 14 doubles wins … recorded singles wins in three straight matches against Fordham (Feb. 19), IUP (Feb. 24) and Bucknell (Feb. 25) … teamed with Amiri for four straight No. 2 doubles victories against Binghamton (March 10), Colgate (March 18), Albany (March 23) and Siena (March 24) … was part of three separate three-match winning streaks in doubles play … the first streak came against Youngstown State (Feb. 4), Slippery Rock (Feb. 5) and Army (Feb. 18), the second came against IUP, Bucknell and Duquense (Feb. 27), while the last came against La Salle (April 5), Saint Joseph’s (April 8) and Niagara (April 11) … produced both singles and doubles victories against Slippery Rock, IUP, Bucknell, Binghamton, Colgate, Siena and La Salle (April 5) … earned singles and doubles wins against Siena in the SBU Fall Classic (Sept. 18) and against Mercyhurst (Oct. 16) to close the fall season … partnered with Marissa Brossard in the fall doubles wins .. also won a first-round match in the “C Singles” bracket at the Eastern Championship (Sept. 24) … Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Academic Team selection for the fourth time in her career.

As a Junior (2010-11)
Led St. Bonaventure in doubles victories with nine, and finished in a tie for second-most singles wins with seven...Picked up her first singles and doubles victories of the season vs Colgate (Feb. 12) playing at out of the No. 1 position in singles and No. 2 spot in doubles...Had a streak of three-straight singles victories in a row starting with Colgate on February 12 and ending with a loss to Youngstown State on February 19...Won both her singles and doubles matches against Roberts Wesleyan (March 14) at No. 1 singles and No. 2 doubles...Ended the regular season winning four-straight doubles matches over Geneseo (March 30), Saint Joseph's (April 2), Rhode Island (April 2), and La Salle (April 3)...Ended season with a doubles victory in the consolation round of the Atlantic 10 Championship against Rhode Island (April 9)...Finshed junior season with a 7-12 record in singles matches and 9-12 in doubles competition.

As a Sophomore (2009-10)
Named to the 2010 Atlantic 10 All-Conference second team … sixth player in program history to be a two-time All-Conference selection … anchored down the team’s first singles and second doubles positions for the season… many of her matches were pushed to the brink in singles play, with five games being pushed to three sets; she finished with a 1-4 record in those matches … won four singles matches on the season … teamed with freshman Kathryn Kvas at second doubles and accumulated a 7-6 record for the Bonnies.

As a Freshman (2008-09)
Had a stellar first season in the Brown and White and was rewarded by being named to the 2009 Atlantic 10 All-Conference second team playing primarily at the number one and number two singles positions ... compiled a 9-7 singles duel match record, while teaming with sophomore Maria Barousse to post a 9-9 record exclusively at number one doubles ... among some of her more impressive singles wins over the course of the season were triumphs over Big 4 rival Niagara, MAAC member Manhattan and A-10 power Dayton.

High School
Attended Broward Virtual High School ... she never played for her high school team, instead focused on playing in United States Tennis Association, International Tennis Federation and Women's Tennis Association Tournaments with coaches Juan and Jorge Todero.

Born Sept. 10, 1990 in Paris, France ... daughter of Alberto Marin and Teresita Salcedo ... has one brother Lucas ... her mother played volleyball and basketball for her college in Colombia.