Viktoriya Dzyuba

Viktoriya Dzyuba

YEAR Jr.
HT. 5-11
HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Kharkiv, Ukraine (Pacific)

2016-17 (Sophomore):

  • ASUN Player of the Year
  • ASUN First Team All-Conference (unanimous)
  • Undefeated in ASUN Conference matches, only undefeated player in ASUN matches
  • Teamed with Denise Buberl as ASUN Doubles Team of the Year
  • Three-time ASUN Player of the Week (4/5, 3/22, 3/1) 
  • Highest national ranking was No. 58
  • Highest win was against Spencer Laing, University of Florida, ranked No. 39
  • ITA All-American qualifier (singles)
  • ITA All-American pre-qualifying doubles
  • Lost only one set in ASUN play
  • 19-3 at No. 1 singles overall
  • 13-1 with Buberl at No. 1 doubles overall
  • Was pulled due to injury in two of her losses
  • Other loss was to Arianne Hartono of the University of Mississippi, ranked No. 38 at the time
  • Finished the season with a 16-match winning streak

2015-16 (Freshman at Pacific):

  • Earned First Team All-West Coast Conference in singles
  • Named WCC Honorable Mention in doubles with Anneroos Nederstigt
  • Finished 14-2 in singles play with the Tigers
  • Went 5-1 in West Coast Conference action, with the lone loss coming to WCC Player & Freshman of the Year, Luisa Stefani, who was ranked No. 2 at the time. 
  • Won her first four matches of her collegiate career and also had an eight-match win streak later in the season
  • Won 30 of 37 competed sets during her freshman year
  • Had a 9-5 record in doubles

Prior to Lipscomb:

  • Tranferred to Lipscomb from the University of Pacific after the 2015-16 season
  • Won the Ukrainian Championship under 18 in singles and mixed doubles twice (05/7/2014 and 6/9/2014)
  • Winner in singles and runner-up in doubles at 2014 UTC CUP 2014 in Kiev, Ukraine
  • Runner-up in singles and winner in doubles at Ukrzakhid ITF in Lviv, Ukraine
  • Runner-up in singles and winner in doubles at Babolat Cup 2014 in Chisinau, Moldova
  • Was a semi-finalist at Aivaras Balzekas Memorial Cup 2014 (Grade 2) in Siaulial, Lithuania
  • Member of the Ukrainian National Team 16U

Personal:

  • Daughter of Oleksii Tsyhanenko and Tanya Serebryannikova
  • Has one sister, Milla (9)
  • Plans in major in finance with a concentration in investing
  • Started playing tennis because her mother played tennis
  • Friend and current teammate Kateryna Kandyba convinced Dzyuba to transfer to Lipscomb
  • Plans to live in America after graduation
  • Favorites include: Vampire Diaries and Impractical Jokers (TV Show), Titanic (Movie), Angels and Demons (Book), Zayn Malik (Musician) and Serena Williams (Pro Athlete)