Julia Zubkova
Julia Zubkova


Tallinn, Estonia

High School:
Tallinn High School for Humanities


2009-10: MVC Player of the Week in February 2010 ... finished second on the team with an overall singles record of 22-9, going 16-4 in dual-match play ... went 5-1 in Valley singles play ... in doubles, ended the season with an overall record 24-10 ... along with partner Franziska Steinhardt, went 15-6 in dual-match play and 4-3 in Valley doubles play, playing mainly at the No. 1 spot ... won the 2009 MVC Individual Championship at the No. 1 doubles position with partner Steinhardt.

2008-09: Named to the 2009 MVC Women's Tennis All-Select Team ... winner of the MVC Player of the Week award in January 2009 ... finished second on the team in singles ... went 4-5 in Valley singles play ... went 4-5 in Valley doubles, playing at the No. 1 spot with partner Franziska Steinhardt ... Fall 2008 AFNI Honor Roll member ... Spring 2009 AFNI Honor Roll member.

2007-08: Named to the 2008 MVC Women's All-Select Team ... recipient of the MVC Athlete of the Week award ... went 7-1 in Missouri Valley Conference singles competition ... won the No. 3 singles title at the MVC Individual Championships ...took second place in Flight 3 of doubles at the MVC Individual Championships with partner Katie O'Riley ... Fall 2007 AFNI Honor Roll member ... Spring 2008 AFNI Honor Roll member.

2006-07: Finished third on the team with 18 singles victories, nine of which came to the No. 2 spot in the line-up ... reached the finals of the No. 2 flight of the MVC Individual Championships in the fall ... captured 15 doubles wins, with teammates Tanja Hrovatic and Megan Rozboril at the No. 2 position.

Prior to ISU: Won Estonia junior championship (16 and under) in singles her senior year and placed third her junior year ... played with elite tennis school Rene Bush ... also went to doubles finals at the ITF Open in `06.

Personal: Born 5-26-87... majoring in general studies ... daughter of Vitali and Rita Zubkova ... has one brother, Alex, 15... pronounced (zoop-KOE-vah).