Sarah Nuno
Sarah Nuno
Height: 5'6
Year: Sr
Hometown: Sylmar, Calif.
High School: Granada Hills Charter HS
Experience: 3V

2019 Big West Singles First Team
2019 Big West Doubles First Team
2018 Big West Singles First Team
2018 Big West Doubles First Team
2017 Big West Doubles Honorable Mention
Big West Player of the Week (Feb. 08, 2017)
2016 Big West Singles Honorable Mention

SENIOR (2018-19)
Finished her Titan career as a key piece in another historic season earning All-Big West Singles First Team and Doubles First Team honors for the second consecutive year... Went 14-6 in singles play for the year... Was 14-4 in dual matches including a team-best 6-1 mark in Big West play... Won her quarterfinal matchup against CSUN's Joelene Coetzee, taking the match 6-3, 6-3... She finished the season on a five-match winning streak... Was dominant in doubles play as well going 17-9 overall, tied for the team-high... Was 11-6 in dual matches including 5-1 in Big West action... Paired up with Karla Portalatin, the two earned First Team Doubles honors after posting a 14-7 overall record together going 11-5 in duals and 5-1 against Big West opponents... Her and Portalatin won both of their Big West Tournament matches with a 6-0 sweep in the quarterfinals against CSUN and a 6-4 win against Long Beach State in the semis... Also took down the No. 58 ranked duo of Andrea Garcia and Julia Mikulski from Florida State in the All-American Championships where they made it to the semifinal round... As a pair, they ended the season on a six-match winning streak.

JUNIOR (2017-18)
Ended her third year as a Titan winning a spot in the Big West Singles First Team and the Big West Doubles First Team for the season…Finished her junior year with college career best and season second best in the team of 26 victories for an overall singles record 26-9…helped the team reach the Big West championship game with a conference record of 8-0…owned a 19-6 record in dual plays, including a 7-3 record at No.1 spot and 12-3 at No. 2 spot…won her singles game in first-ever Big West championship game… also played one game against nationally ranked Miroshnichenko (22) but lost the game 3-6 1-6…ended the year on a season-high eight-match win streak…most impressive win was against UC Riverside Karla Dulay at No.1 spot with a 6-1 6-0 result…in doubles play, Sarah partnered with Karla Portalatin to own team best and college career-best record with 26-6…came short against nationally ranked LMU doubles team, Miroshnichenko/Voracek 4-6…together, owned a season-high seven-match win streak.

SOPHOMORE (2016-17)
Finished the 2016-2017 season with a team-best 18 total victories for an overall singles record 18-8...She won a team-high 14 dual matches for dual match record of 14-5...She spent the majority of her time at the No. 4 spot, compiling a 13-4 mark... She went 0-1 at No. 2 spot and 1-0 at No.3...She compiled a 21-7 overall doubles record with partner Karla Portalatin, including going 174 in dual match play, 4-3 in tournament play, and 6-1 in Big West play...She played all dual matches at No. 2 spot...She played No. 73 Sheila Morales on Jan. 21, but lost 6-1, 4-6, 3-6...complied a season-high eight-match win streak from Jan. 25-Mar. 5...Was unbeaten in five straight matches to end the year...Won a season-high of 13 straight doubles matches from Feb. 4 to Apr. 9, while she was also unbeaten in 15 straight. 

FRESHMAN (2015-16)
Named Big West Conference Singles Honorable Mention following a 14-9 dual singles record which included a 4-4 mark in Big West Conference action…went 2-0 at No. 1 singles, 8-9 at No. 2 singles and 4-0 at No. 3 singles…partnered with Danielle Pham in doubles play as the duo went 13-6 in dual play including a 5-2 mark in league action at No. 3 in the lineup…during Fullerton’s program-record eight-match win streak, went 6-2 in singles play and 7-0 in doubles action…won six consecutive singles matches from Feb. 3-March 3 as the Titans were victorious over Azusa Pacific, Loyola Marymount, Pacific, UC Davis, Cal State L.A. and UC Riverside…helped the Titans snap a six-match losing streak to Wyoming that dated back to 2000 as she defeated  Nastya Tokareva, 7-6 (2-0), 7-5, at No. 2 in the order (03/16)…defeated Cal Poly’s Bryn Bacharach, 6-2, 6-0, at No. 2 in the order as the Titans won 4-0 (04/09)…from Feb. 3- March 15, Nuno and Pham won 10 straight matches at No. 3 in the doubles order helping the Titans to victories over Azusa Pacific, Loyola Marymount, Pacific, UC Davis, Cal State L.A., UC Riverside, 56th-ranked Hawai’i, Montana State and Colorado State.

A 2015 graduate of Granada Hills Charter High School in Granada Hills, Calif…played four years (2011-14) of varsity tennis for head coach Simon Robertshaw… a four-time LA City Section Champion (three singles, one double) a four-time team singles MVP...unbeaten in her career against City opponents…the Daily News 2014 Girls Tennis Player of the Year…the second person to capture four City tennis crowns, the oother hersister Samantha, and she is also the third player to claim three City singles titles… her career record was 112-5 in sets (101-5 singles, 11-0 doubles).

Born in Mission Hills, Calif…parents are Hugo and Lourdes Nuno…has five siblings, Erica, Samantha, Ryan, Sabrina, and Diego…majoring in computer science…career goal is to go above and beyond in cyber security.


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Sun Jan 19
9:00 AM
CSUF Spring Invite
at Cal State Fullerton
All Day
Sat Jan 25
12:00 PM
UC San Diego
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Fri Jan 31
9:30 AM
Marymount California University
at Cal State Fullerton
Fri Jan 31
1:30 PM
Concordia (Cal.)
at Cal State Fullerton
Wed Feb 05
1:30 PM
Azusa Pacific
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