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 Sandra Dynka
Sandra Dynka


Kitchener, Ontario, Canada

High School:
St. Mary's





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2013 NCAA Championships First Round

Texas Tech vs. College of Charleston


No. 25 Texas Upsets No. 17 Texas Tech in Big 12 Semifinal

Lady Raiders fell in a heartbreaker 4-3 to the Longhorns Saturday afternoon in the Big 12 Championships.


No. 17 Texas Tech Down Kansas State to Advance to Big 12 Semifinals

Behind dominating doubles play, the Lady Raiders defeated the Wildcats 4-3 to advance to face Texas on Saturday.


2012 Big 12 Championships

The Texas Tech Lady Raiders took on Texas at the 2012 Big 12 Championships

Sandra Dynka, a member of head coach Todd Petty's original recruiting class back in 2009, will leave Texas Tech a part of the winningest senior class in program history. She has been inserted in five of the six singles positions and all three doubles spots in the rotation during her time on the South Plains. She has been a key member of two Big 12 title teams and the school's first two NCAA Championship appearances.

2012-13 (SENIOR):
Helped lead Texas Tech to a share of its second straight Big 12 title ... a member of the winningest senior class in school history ... has recorded a career-best 15 singles wins as a senior ... recorded a 9-2 record in dual matches this spring, including a 3-0 record in Big 12 play ... also recorded a career-high 10 doubles wins, after notching a 10-3 doubles mark, including an 8-3 clip in the fall ... has going 2-0 in doubles this spring.

2011-2-12 (JUNIOR):
A key contributor to the Lady Raiders first-ever Big 12 Championship ... finished the season with a 12-6 mark, including a 3-1 mark in dual matches in the spring ... went 1-0 in Big 12 play ... had an amazing fall, recording a 9-3 record in singles play ... was 2-3 overall in doubles after going 0-3 in the fall, earned a pair of wins at No. 3 doubles in the spring.

2010-2011 (SOPHOMORE):
Went 13-6 in singles play, making the move from No. 1 singles to seeing action in the 4-5-6 spots ... went 9-3 in dual matches, including 1-0 in league play ... overall went 4-4 in doubles, including a 2-0 clip at No. 3 doubles ... finished the fall 4-3 in singles and 2-4 in doubles with Lorena Aviles.

2009-2010 (FRESHMAN):
Played exclusively at No. 1 singles as a freshman for the Lady Raiders ... finished the year with a 5-22 singles record at the top spot ... she had an 8-11 mark in doubles play ... at No. 1 doubles she was 1-2, 3-2 at No. 2 doubles, and 3-4 at No. 3 doubles ... she won her first match as Lady Raider when she teamed with Lorena Aviles to win their opening doubles match at The Racquet Club Invitational in Midland, Texas ... was 3-8 in Big 12 play at the No. 1 singles position with wins over OSU, Nebraska, and Missouri.

Graduated from St. Mary's High School in Kitchener, Ontario (Canada) in October 2008 ... played tennis, volleyball, and track and field ... coaches were Dave MacPherson, Jill Strassburger, and Sean Morgan ... volleyball (District 8) all-star ... 2008 Tennis Outdoor Provincial Champion (under 18) ... ranked No. 2 Ontario singles (under 18) ... finished eighth at the 2007 Indoor Provincial Championships (under 18) ... placed sixth at the 2006 Outdoor Provincial Championships.

Born on March 23, 1990 in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada ... parents are Miroslaw and Renata Dynka ... has younger brother, Tom (19) ... enjoys volleyball and reading ... majoring in Exercise and Sports Sciences and has a minor in Psychology.

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