Dominika Lackova
Dominika Lackova
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Bratislava, Slovakia
High School: Private Sports Secondary
Major: Business

2015-16 (Junior) | Match-By-Match Stats

Named the Horizon League Player of the Year...first-team All-Horizon League honoree for the third straight year...had an 11-20 overall mark on the season...was 8-13 in dual play and 3-7 in fall tournaments...posted a 6-3 record in Horizon League play at No. 1 for the first time...played 17 of her dual matches at No. 1 posting an 8-9 record...played first five matches of the spring at No. 2...won a key match in the Horizon League Championships final against Wright State...beat Karoline Haller 7-5, 5-7, 6-4 for the win...trailed 0-40 with the match tied 4-4 in the third set before rallying for the win...hung tough in her NCAA tournament match against No. 3 ranked Francesca Di Lorenzo of Ohio State...played 11 three-set doubles was 14-16 overall and 10-11 in dual matches...played final nine matches at No. 2 with Sofia Macias...duo went 6-3 to close out the year...earned her third letter.

2014-15 (Sophomore) | Match-By-Match Stats

First-team All-Horizon League selection for second straight year...had a team-best 25 wins for the campaign...was 17-7 in dual matches and 8-5 in tournament play...was a perfect 8-0 at No. 2 in Horizon League play for the second consecutive season...posted a 16-5 record at No. 2 singles in the spring...played three matches at No. 1...for the year was 17-17 in doubles, including a 12-12 dual mark...was 5-2 in Horizon League play...went 4-6 at No. 1 and 8-5 at No. 3 in doubles...posted a 7-2 doubles mark playing alongside Sofia Macias...went 9-10 for the year with Marta Burak and played 10 matches at No. 1 doubles...won 11 consecutive matches from March 21 to April 27...did not lose a set in the time as well...did not lose a set in Horizon League the HL Championships defeated UIC 7-6, 6-2 in the semifinals...knocked off Detroit 7-5, 6-3 in the finals to give the Penguins a 3-2 lead in the match...lost match at the NCAA Regionals against USC playing against No. 14 Giuliana Olmos...won seven straight completed doubles matches at one point...won four matches at the ITA Regionals, including a win over Ohio State...played 12 three-set matches, but none after March 10...earned her second letter. 

2013-14 (Freshman) | Match-By-Match Stats

First-team All-Horizon League selection in first campaign in the conference...compiled an 18-5 overall record after joining the program in the spring…was one of two Penguins to go undefeated in Horizon League play with an 8-0 mark…was 8-2 at the No. 3 spot in dual play and 10-3 at the No. 4 position…finished the Horizon League Championships on a nine-match winning streak running from March 11 to April 27…picked up a win against Milwaukee in the Horizon League tournament...lost to Virginia's Stephanie Nauta, who was ranked No. 53, in the first round of the NCAA Championships…posted a 10-12 record in doubles competition with three different partners…earned her first letter.

PERSONAL: Is the 2016-17 recipient of the Jim & Ellen Tressel Scholarship.