Greta Koch
Greta Koch
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Wyomissing, Pa.
High School: Wyomissing
Major: Economics/Mathematics

2017-18 Records, singles & doubles

2016-17 Records, singles & doubles

2015-16 Records, singles & doubles

2014-15 Records, singles & doubles

Career Honors
- Second-team All-Centennial Conference in singles (2018)
- Honorable mention All-Centennial Conference in singles (2015)
- Two-time Centennial Conference Player of the Week (4/27/15, 4/6/17) 

2017-18: Team captain … Second-team All-Centennial Conference in singles … Went 11-7 in singles (6-2 CC), playing mostly at No. 3 … Posted an 11-9 record in doubles (4-4 CC), starting the year at No. 2 doubles with Julia Gan before that pairing moved up to No. 1 in the lineup just prior to the postseason … Went a perfect 3-0 in singles at the Swarthmore Invitational (9/9-10) … Advanced to the Round of 16 in the ITA Atlantic South Regional championship doubles draw with Emily Shutman (9/23-24) … Closed her spring singles season with victories during six of her final eight matches and was up a set against Swarthmore in the Centennial Conference semifinals before the team score reached decision (5/5) … Started her spring doubles season by winning eight straight matches with Gan, also winning against Swarthmore at No. 1 doubles during the Centennial Conference semifinal victory.

2016-17: Played primarily at No. 2 singles, compiling a 4-11 record (2-6 CC) … Also contested the majority of her doubles matches at No. 1 alongside Abby Payson, compiling a total record of 5-12 (4-5 CC) … Topped her opponent from Alvernia in straight sets at No. 1 singles (3/5) … Posted conference singles victories against Muhlenberg (3/29) and Ursinus (4/12) … Avenged an earlier singles defeat at No. 2 singles in Centennial Conference First Round match against Washington College (5/2) … Had wins against Alvernia, Muhlenberg, Ursinus, and Gettysburg (4/29) during doubles play.

2015-16: Went 9-9 in singles (4-2 CC), playing primarily at No. 2 … Posted a 10-6 record in doubles (3-3 CC), splitting her time between Nos. 1 and 2 … Recorded her highest ranked win of the spring at No. 1 singles against Coe College (3/8) … Was a perfect 4-0 in doubles alongside Robyn Himelstein during the team’s trip to Florida (3/7-9) … Won four of her final five singles matches to close the year after returning from injury (4/13-30).

2014-15: Honorable mention All-Centennial Conference in singles … Centennial Conference Player of the Week (4/27) … Named team’s Most Outstanding First Year Player … Went 14-4 overall in singles (6-1 CC), playing primarily at No. 2 … Posted a 12-8 record in doubles (5-2 CC), playing exclusively at No. 2 … Strung together eight consecutive victories starting during Spring Break and carrying through the Ursinus match (3/10 – 4/1), including her first career win at No. 1 singles against St. Scholastica (3/11) … Won five straight Centennial Conference matches, spanning the Muhlenberg (4/7) through Gettysburg (4/25) matches … Went 4-2 with Abby Payson as her doubles partner before teaming up with Jessica Liu during Centennial Conference play and recording a five-match winning streak that carried through the Centennial Conference Tournament win vs. Ursinus (4/29).