Spring 2006: Went 6-9 in singles during the springdual season, including a 3-4 mark at No. 1 singles and a 3-5 mark at No. 2...Teamed with Andrea Feichtinger at No. 1 doubles, where the duo was 0-7...Also played No. 1 doubles with teammate Alex Tjioe...That duo was 1-6 at No. 1 for the spring.
Fall 2005: Was 3-4 in both singles and doubles for the fall...Opened the season with a win over Lipscomb's Erin Moakler before falling in three sets in the next round...Received a default to advance at the Alabama tournament before falling in the consolation semifinals...Opened the Memphis fall tournament with a straight set win before falling to former C-USA foe Katerina Lozanova of Saint Louis in the quarterfinals...Went on to win the consolation title in that tournament in singles...Teamed with freshman Ekin Zafir in doubles, going 1-1 in Zafir's first collegiate doubles competition before picking up a pair of wins at the Alabama tournament.
Spring 2005: Completed her first year at Memphis playing No. 3 singles as a freshman...Was 6-12 at No. 3 singles and teamed with senior Marlene Dirnstorfer for a 6-12 mark at No. 1 doubles on the season.
Fall 2004: Named to the Tiger 3.0 Club in her first collegiate semester...Teamed with senior Marlene Dirnstorfer to post an 8-3 mark in doubles...The duo won a doubles title at the Middle Tennessee Lady Blue Raider Classic in the fall...Was also 3-7 in singles during her first collegiate semester and will probably play in the top half of the Lady Tiger singles line-up as a freshman.
Prep: Attended Corpus Christi College in Perth, Australia...Played tennis and basketball...Her team was the 18 Years State Runners-Up...Was a Pizzy Cup runner-up...Made the All-Australian team in Pizzy Cup...She earned colours in tennis at Corpus Christi...Was a honor student in PE Studies.
Personal: Born January 30, 1986... Is the daughter of Jenny and Greg Cowie...Her grand-dad was an olympic hockey player...Enjoys the beach and shopping...Likely to major in Marketing...Hopes to return home following college to maybe attend another year of school and to go into a legal profession back in Australia.