Nehel Sahni
Nehel Sahni
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Delhi, India
Major: Business

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

Had a career-best 24-6 record...led the team in victories...went 20-2 in dual matches and 4-4 in fall tournament play...was 8-1 in Horizon League matches...went 15-1 at No. 5 singles...was 2-1 at No. 4 and 3-0 at No. 6 singles...won 19 of her final 20 completed matches...lone conference loss was to Cleveland the Horizon League Championships beat Oakland in straight sets, UIC in three sets and won her match against Wright State in straight sets in the final (6-4, 7-6)...battled in her NCAA Championship match with No. 81 Sandy Niehaus trailing 6-4, 4-1 when the Buckeyes clinched the match...played 10 three-set matches, including four straight at one point...was 8-12 in doubles matches, including 6-8 in dual play...earned her third letter.

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

Compiled a 12-17 overall record and went 11-11 in dual matches...played 16 contests at the No. 4 spot posting a 9-7 record...won a pair of matches at No. Horizon League tilts, posted a 6-2 record...won 12 doubles matches, including nine during the dual season...was 9-8 at No. 2 playing most matches with Annina Brendel...duo was 8-6 in the spring and 5-2 in Horizon League play...played 12 three-set matches...was 3-1 in three-set matches during league play...had a pair of three-match winning the NCAA Regionals at USC, dropped her first set 6-4 to No. 57 Madison Westby...won four of her last five regular-season conference matches...earned her second letter.

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

Compiled an 11-13 overall record in exclusively dual play…appeared in matches at the No. 5 and No. 6 spots for the Penguins…posted a 5-2 record in Horizon League play…tallied non-conference victories against Dayton, Florida Atlantic, and Florida International…registered a win against Wright State in the Horizon League Championships…participated in the first round of the NCAA Championships against Virginia…recorded a 5-16 overall record in doubles play with four different teammates…earned her first letter.

PERSONAL: Is the 2016-17 recipient of the Robert & Marilyn O'Leary Sholarship.