2013-14: Named All-Mid-American Conference First Team for the third straight season . . . Earned Academic All-MAC Honors . . . Named to the 2014 Intercollegiate Tennis Association Academic All-America team . . . ITA Academic All-American individual recipient . . . From March 29 to April 5 she won three straight league matches . . . Named MAC Player of the Week (April 9) for the third time in her career after opening MAC play with wins over Akron and Buffalo, helping the Cardinals to a 2-0 start to the conference schedule . . . Ended the season with a 12-7 overall dual mark and a 5-3 league ledger at the No. 1 and No. 2 singles position . . . Won in three sets over Michigan State's Erin Faulkner at the No. 1 position (1/26) helping the Cardinals defeat the Spartans . . . The win over Michigan State proved to be the only MAC win over a Big Ten opponent in 2014 . . . It also marked only the fifth time ever that the Cardinals had topped a Big Ten opponent in women’s tennis, and first since the 2001 season . . . Helped the Cardinals to six league wins which marked the most MAC regular season wins in school history . . . Paired up with teammate Ashlyn Rang in doubles action earning a 10-5 overall mark.
2012-13: First Team All-Mid-American Conference honoree . . . Member of the All-MAC Tournament team . . . Academic All-MAC . . . MAC Player of the Week (4/4) . . . Posted the second most singles wins on the team with a 20-5 overall record . . . Compiled a 6-2 MAC ledger . . . Went 12-2 in her last 14 matches of the season . . . Won in straight sets 6-3, 6-3 over Miami's Alix Thurman in MAC opener helping to snap the RedHawks 33-match conference win streak (3/23) . . . Took down Nini Sujashvili of Western Michigan 6-2, 6-2 in the MAC Tournament quarterfinals helping the Cardinals advance to the semifinals for the first time since 1998 (4/26) . . . Played at No. 1 doubles with Courntey Earnest earning a 10-10 overall ledger.
BALL STATE: Majoring in speech pathology . . . 2011-12: Garnered First Team All-Mid-American Conference honors . . . Led the Cardinals with an overall mark of 21-12 with a 14-8 dual record and a 4-4 MAC mark . . . Played at No. 1 single and doubles as a true freshman . . . Opened spring action with five straight victories helping the Cardinals to open the season with a 5-0 record . . . Led Ball State in fall action with a 7-4 tournament ledger . . . Won three MAC matches in a row after posting wins at Eastern Michigan, at Toledo and versus Western Michigan . . . Closed out the season with a straight set victory over Toledo helping the Cardinals advance to their second match of the MAC Tournament . . . Fall 2011: Posted the best overall fall mark on the team with a 10-5
record . . . Won six in a row dating from 9/30 to 10/8 which included victories over Mid-American Conference schools Northern Illinois, Toledo and Eastern Michigan . . . also defeated Michigan State's Olga Chernova at the Green and White Invite.
CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL: Played at No. 1 singles for Carmel High School in 2008 . . . finished with an overall record of 25-4 while advancing to the state finals . . . as a sophomore went 25-4 in singles action while helping her team win the state championship . . . earned an unblemished record at No. 1 singles as a junior . . . totaled an overall mark of 73-7 . . . Indiana All-State First team honors for three years (2008-2010).
JOHN NEWCOMBE TENNIS ACADEMY/NEW BRAUNFELS HIGH SCHOOL, TEXAS: As a senior played for New Braunfels High School in Texas where she went undefeated in singles while leading the team to a 2010 Texas 5A Team Championship . . . paired up with sister Hayley Wild in doubles to reach the Texas State 5A quarterfinals in doubles play.
PERSONAL: Born May 15, 1993 in Lake Forest, Ill. . . . full name Courtney Elizabeth Wild . . . parents are Andrew and Rochelle Wild . . . has two sisters Hayley and Lindsey . . . mother played tennis for Purdue . . . father works in the tennis industry for Babolat, USA.