|High School:||Colegio Terranova de Quito|
Played in four singles matches and six doubles matches in the spring of her senior season. Appeared in both of the final two matches for Pacific on the season. Posted an 0-2 record in singles play and in doubles, played in four dual matches on court three for the Tigers and posted a 1-3 record.
Rodriguez saw action for the Tigers in the second half of the season. Rodriguez competed in five doubles matches partnering with Maayan Sela and Anneroos Nederstigt. In singles, Rodriguez finished 4-5 overall and went 4-2 in No. 6. Rodriguez clinched the match over Santa Clara (4/11) to give the Tigers their second conference win. Rodriguez earned WCC All-Academic Honorable Mention honors.
In her second season, Sabrina participated in 17 of the team's 19 matches. In singles, she concluded the season with an overall record of 5-9 and a WCC record of 2-3 and posted wins against Santa Clara and USF. She finished the season at the doubles No. 2 spot and competed in 11 of the teams competitions with two matches going unfinished.
Sabrina Rodriguez won three singles matches, with three going unfinished. Won her first singles match over Weber St. (Jan. 29). Added conference victories over San Francisco (Feb. 13) an Portland (Apr. 15). In doubles, posted one victory with three unfinished matches while playing with a variety of partners. Won her first doubles appearance in a win over Cal Poly (Feb. 21) while teamed with Maayan Sela.
Rodriguez won both the singles and doubles championships at the 2015 National Ecuador Tennis Tournament in April of 2015 and again in June of 2015.
"Sabrina is an excellent addition for the Pacific women tennis program and brings a wealth of international tennis experience," Scatliffe said. "Sabrina has played at a high level of junior tennis and has experience in ITF Women's circuit events in Ecuador where she has consistently been one of the top junior national players. She will be a perfect fit to the team with an added spark of energy and a very disciplined work ethic. We are very excited for her to join our team in January and anxious to see the impact she will make."
Rodriguez is a native of Quito, Ecuador and attended high school at Colegio Terranova de Quito.
In 2014, she was ranked second among Under-18 players in the December rankings, earning her a ITF Junior Combined ranking of No. 612 in the world and played ITF Women's Circuit Events in Ecuador.
Rodriguez won the singles championship at the Absolute National Tournament in Cuenca in 2014, and made the semifinals in doubles at the ITF Jr G5 Panama Bowl 2.
Also in 2014, Rodriguez was the singles champion and doubles champion at Nationals in Quito, Ecuador. She also advanced to the singles round of 32 and doubles round of 16 at the ITF Junior G5 Gogo Open in Ecuador; and the doubles Quarterfinals at the ITF Junior G5 Quito Tennis & Golf Club in Ecuador.
She was ranked the No. 1 Under-16 player in Ecuador in 2013 as well, with a singles quarterfinals appearance at the ITF Junior r G5 Vendimia Cup in Argentina. She also took the championship at the Absolute 16's National Championships, ITF Junior/COSAT G3 Championship in Jacarancas, Ecuador, and the ITF Junior/COSAT G3 Championship in Quito, Ecuador.