Updated: May 12, 2015
2014-15: Earned All-ACC Second Team honors ... Sits at 10-12 on the season from the top spot ... Currently ranks No. 65 in the nation ... Claimed victory over No. 35 Romey Koelzer of No. 14 Clemson, 6-4, 6-1 ... Took down No. 36 Sinead Lohan in Tech's upset of No. 16 Miami ... Finished the regular season with four straight wins, including a three-set win over No. 4 Julie Elbaba at No. 12 Virginia ... .. Tallied a 7-6 (3), 6-1 win out of the 1 spot in the Hokies' NCAA Tournament win over Long Beach State ... selected as an alternate for NCAA Singles Championships ... Earned Atlantic Region ITA Player to Watch honors
Fall: Entered the fall season ranked as the No. 64 player in the country ... Selected to participate in the 2014 Riviera/ITA Women's All-American Championships ... Won three matches and placed first in her flight in doubles play with teammate Raluca Mita at the Hokie Fall Invitational ... Advanced to the semifinals of the ITA Atlantic Regional in singles play as the 2 seed in the main draw, and joined teammate Raluca Mita in the semifinals of doubles ... Became the first Tech player in program history to be selected to play at indoor nationals.
2013-14: Named to the to the All-ACC Third Team ... 13-9 on the season in singles play, 5-5 at No. 1, 6-1 at No. 2 ... Won singles match against No. 69 Jordan Johnston of Elon ... Beat No. 89 Leeza Nemchinov from William and Mary in a singles match ... Earned a win over No. 90 Beatrice Gumulya ... Beat No. 2 Beatric Capra of Duke ... Holds a 6-4 record in doubles play this season ... Tallied singles match against both No. 75 Wake Forest and No. 44 Boston College in the first spot.
Fall: Posted a first-round win at the ITA Atlantic Regional … Advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA Atlantic Regional with partner Kelly Williford … Added a singles win and a doubles win at the Kirry Harrison Invitational.
2012-13: Named to the All-ACC team … Was ranked No. 8 in the Atlantic Region at the end of the season … Finished her collegiate debut with a 13-11 in singles play, with all but one win coming from the No. 1 spot … Came from behind to knock off then-No. 84 Julia Fellerhoff in just her second match of the season … Strung together five consecutive wins in the top spot early in the season … Sparked Tech’s comeback, earning its first point of the day to later defeat No. 63 Boston College … Took the match to three sets to claim victory over No. 35 Joelle Kissell of NC State … Eased past No. 53 Stephanie Wagner of Miami late in the year … Finished the year with a 13-9 doubles record, when teaming up with Kelly Williford in the No. 1 spot … The duo finished the season ranked No. 6 in the Atlantic Region.
Fall: Went 4-3 in tournament doubles action, teaming up with Isel Martinez-Marcos.
High School/ Junior Tennis: Ranked 74th in the ITF junior world standings … Claimed doubles and singles titles in the 34th Sibiu-Sen Junior Invitational Tournament … Took the sigles title at the Kenana Cup … Won the seventh SFAX ITF junior championship … Competed in Junior Wimbledon, as well as the U.S. Open and French Open.
Personal: Ilinca Stoica … Born 9/16/93 in Piatra Neamt, Romania … Right-handed … Daughter of Romeo and Dana Stoica … Majoring in university studies.