|Hometown:||Strakonice, Czech Republic|
|High School:||Gynmazium Strakonice|
Scored 41 goals with 31 assists for 72 points. Tallied goals in 22 of the 30 games, and a point in 26 of 30. Posted 13 multi-goal games with six hat tricks. Scored three goals with an assist against No. 5 Hawai'i (Jan. 20), and matched that performance against No. 16 San Jose State (Feb. 19). Posted three goals with a pair of assists against No. 13 UC Davis (Mar. 5), and registered three goals in the Tigers' win over No. 14 San Diego State in the Golden Coast Conference championship game to help Pacific earn its first-ever NCAA berth. Posted five goals with five assists in three GCC championship games.
A First Team All-Golden Coast Conference selection, led the Tigers and finished second in the GCC with 70 goals on the year. Added 18 assists for 88 points. Scored at least one goal in 30 of 33 games, including 30 of the final 31 and the last 11 in a row. Posted 21 multi-goal games with 11 games scoring three or more goals. Her career-high of five goals came against No. 17 Hartwick (Jan. 31), while she scored four goals each in games against No. 11 UC Santa Barbara (Jan. 30), No. 17 UCSB (Feb. 27), Pomona Pitzer (Mar. 19), No. 18 Loyola Marymount (Apr. 1), Concordia (Apr. 18) and Fresno Pacific (Apr. 28 in the GCC quarterfinals). Tallied hat tricks against No. 24 Marist (Jan. 30), No. 7 Michigan (Jan. 31), Fresno Pacific (Apr. 8) and Azusa Pacific (Apr. 15). Scored eight goals in the GCC Tournament with four in the quarters, and two each in the semis against No. 23 Cal Baptist (Apr. 30) and finals against No. 15 San Diego State (May 1). Drew nine exclusions and recorded 49 steals, including a career-best six steals against Santa Clara (Apr. 23).
Earned Golden Coast Conference All-Freshman Team honors after scoring 25 goals in 24 games for the Tigers. Added 23 steals on defense and set up 17 goals with assists. Turned in seven multi-goal games and scored 18 goals in the Tigers' final 10 games (in which Pacific went 9-1). Picked up a career-high three goals in games against #7 San Jose State (Jan. 17) and Fresno Pacific (April 11). Added two goals in each game against Bucknell (March 15), Azusa Pacific (March 21), Santa Clara (March 28), and Cal Baptist (April 17).
Prior To Pacific
Hlavata played for the Czech National team, scoring 22 goals in six games at the 2012 FINA World Youth Water Polo Championships at Perth, Australia. She tallied eight goals against Indonesia, and six against Uzbekistan in the preliminary rounds, before posting multi-goal games against New Zealand, South Africa and Italy in the final stages.
A native of Strakonice, she was a 2014 graduate of Gynmazium Strakonice, which has won the TJ Fezko Strakonice league title the last nine years.
Daughter of Jaroslav Hlavata and Iveta Predontova. Has brother Ondres and sister Barbora