|High School:||Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart|
Junior Year: NCAA National Team Champions. NESCAC Conference Champions. Little Three Champions. Fashioned a 23-6 singles mark at primarily the #5 spot including clinching the team’s 5-1 win in the NESCAC finals and the 5-4 win in the NCAA semifinals. Advanced to the Round of 16 of ITA Regionals in singles. Compiled a 9-5 doubles record with various partners. Ranked #12 in singles in ITA fall rankings. NESCAC All-Academic Team. ITA Northeast Region Arthur Ashe Jr. Sportsmanship & Leadership Award. Torrence M. Hunt Award Recipient. ITA All-Academic Team.
Sophomore Year: NCAA Team Championship Runner’s-Up. NESCAC Conference Champions. Little Three Champions. Compiled an 18-10 singles mark at primarily #2 including advancing to the quarterfinals of the ITA Regional Singles Tournament. Earned a 21-6 overall doubles record playing at #3 with Maya Hart ‘16. Finished in 6th place at NEWITT doubles tournament with Hart. Ranked #6 regionally and #24 nationally in doubles with Hart at the end of the fall season. Ranked #7 in region and #25 nationally for singles at the end of the fall season. Ranked #31 nationally and #12 in region in singles in the final rankings. All-NESCAC Second Team Singles. NESCAC All-Academic. ITA Scholar Athlete. ITA All-Academic Team.
Freshman Year: Member of the NCAA National Championship Team. NESCAC Conference Champions. Little Three Champions. 25-0 Undefeated Dual Match Season. Fashioned a 25-4 overall singles mark at primarily #6 singles. Advanced to the semifinals of the ITA Regional Doubles Tournament with partner Alex Stone ‘16. Achieved a 16-4 doubles record including winning matches in the quarterfinals and semifinals of the NCAA Team Tournament at the #1 doubles spot. NEWITT Flight B Champion with partner Julia Cancio ’18. Ranked #8 in region for singles and #6 in region for doubles with partner Stone at the end of the fall. Ranked #19 in region for singles in the final spring rankings. ITA All-Academic Team. ITA Scholar Athlete.
High School: Competed sectionally and nationally in USTA tennis and trained at the Junior Tennis Champions Center in College Park, MD. Achieved a ranking of #4 in Mid Atlantic Girl's USTA 18s. Went undefeated sophomore and junior years at #4 and #2 singles positions for varsity tennis. Varsity tennis MVP junior and senior years. 4-star recruit on Tennis Recruiting and achieved a 2014 high ranking of #89 in the class.
Personal: Daughter of Bettina Obias and Ted Gancayco. Has three younger brothers – Manny, Dondi, and Enrique.