Updated: October 10, 2014
Fall: Won 3 matches and placed first in her flight in doubles play with teammate Raluca Mita at the Hokie Fall Invitational
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.