Olga Gumenyuk
Olga Gumenyuk
Height: 5-5
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Kiev, Ukraine
High School: Gymnasium No. 117

Spring 2010 (Junior): Olga completed her Junior year spring singles season with a record of 8-11; and an overall year record of 12-13. Gumenyuk successfully defeated both opponents at the UNLV Quad-Match; and February 13th she defeated Idaho's Alexandra Ulesanu in three sets, 6-3, 6-7(3), 7-5. On February 28th, Olga dominated UC Riverside's Natalie McKay, winning with a score of 6-1, 6-1. On March 28th Olga easily defeated Cal State Fullerton's Jerusha Cruz with a score of 6-1, 6-0. Olga's doubles season began with partner Julia Hansen, ending up with a record of 2-3. She later paired with Christina Goehl for a record of 10-6 and an overall spring season record of 12-9.

Fall 2009 (Junior): Gumenyuk finished the fall season with a 4-2 record. Competing in three tournaments, she had her best performance at the Saint Mary's Invitational. Olga defeated two opponents from UC Davis in the blue bracket to face fellow Tiger Sasha Fisher in the singles final. After winning the first set 6-2, she dropped the second 4-6, before rebounding to take the match 6-3 in the final set. Gumenyuk and partner Kateryna Nezhura had a team best 4-3 record in doubles play. They earned a big win over Bianaca Modoc and Anna Mikhaylova of No. 16 seed Fresno State (8-3) at the California Nike Invitational for the second of a four match win streak. Their streak was finally broken at the Saint Mary's Invitational by the No. 44 ranked team of Lina Xu and Samantha Smith from Washington (8-4).

Spring 2009 (Sophomore): Rebounding from injuries in the fall season, Olga finished the spring with an 8-10 record, third best on the team. Gumenyuk played primarily out of No. 6 position with limited time at No. 5. Going undefeated against Big West opponents for the better half of the season, her streak was broken when Cal Poly's Steffi Wong took their April 4 match 6-0, 7-6. She finished the season 4-2 in conference contests. Olga's biggest win came over Elizabeth McFeeters of No. 2 Fresno Pacific (6-4, 6-2) on March 20 in the No. 5 position. The win gave the Tigers a chance to tie the singles points after trailing 3-1 in the dual match. Gumenyuk partnered with Kateryna Nezhura and Jenifer Widjaja in doubles play. Going 11-11 with Widjaja at the No. 1 position, the pair went 5-4 against Big West opponents and pulled three wins over ranked teams to earn Second Team All-Big West honors. The biggest victory was their 8-3 upset of No. 36 University of Tulsa's No. 76 ranked tandem of Alexandra Kichoutkin and Marta Marcinkowska on Feb. 20.

Fall 2008 (Sophomore): Poor weather and injuries prevented Olga from competing during the 2008 tournament season.

Spring 2008 (Freshman): Olga finished the spring 6-13 in singles play. She tested out time at two different positions, posting a 4-7 record from the No. 3 position and a 2-6 record in the No. 4 spot. She also spent time with two doubles partners, finishing at an even 3-3 with Clara Schuhmacher and then compiled a 6-8 record with partner Jolanta Twarowska. Although the Tigers fell 5-2 to No. 58 Oregon, Olga played well after rebounding from an early set loss to take her match victory against the ranked opponent (1-6, 6-4, 6-2) on Feb. 10.

Fall 2007 (Freshman): In her first season with the Tigers, Olga compiled a 4-6 singles record. Two of those victories came on Gumenyuk's way to qualifying for the semi-finals of the Saint Mary's Invitational where she eventually fell to Saint Mary's Stephanie Ordoveza in three sets. Olga also won her first round match at the ITA Regional's. In doubles play, Gumenyuk paired with Jolanta Twarowska and the duo played to a record of 4-5 including a victory in the first round of the ITA Regional's, and a win in the quarterfinals of the consolation round in the Saint Mary's Invitational.

High School: Olga came to Pacific from Gymnasium 117 in Kiev, Ukraine, where she graduated in 2007.

Personal: Olga Gumenyuk is daughter of Bohdan and Tamara Gumenyuk. In her third year at Pacific, Olga is bioengineering major. In her free time Olga enjoys basketball, music, reading, swimming and traveling.

 

 

 

 

Career Stats

 


Singles:30-42

Doubles:41-40