Ulyana Grib
Ulyana Grib
Height: 5-8
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Minsk, Belarus
High School: Republic State School of Olympic Reserve

Junior (2019): Was a strong addition to the top of the lineup in her first season at Lynn...was named an ITA All-American in both singles and doubles...was named All-SSC First Team in both singles and doubles...finished the year as the No. 13 ranked (ITA) singles player in the country and No. 3 in doubles with Jeanjean...tallied a 21-2 singles record throughout the season, primarily at the No. 2 flight, and was 7-1 in matches vs. nationally-ranked foes...went 9-1 in SSC play...finished with a 25-1 overall doubles record, including 17-0 at the top flight.

Prior to Lynn:
Played two years at Florida International University.

Sophomore (2017-18): Was named to the C-USA First Team doubles with partner Maryna Veksler…ended the season at No. 23 in doubles ITA Rankings…the duo posted a team-best of 18-7 in doubles play…obtained an impressive 10-3 mark in the No.1  spot with Veksler…the duo was undefeated in the No. 2 spot and achieved a team-best of six straight wins...dropped only two of their last 10 matches…Grib recorded a team-best of 12 straight wins in singles throughout the season with an overall mark of 18-4 and 21-6 in doubles play…Grib clinched the match with a 6-3, 6-1 win over Charlotte's Emma Scott (4/20)…earned a bid to compete in the NCAA doubles tournament…was named to the 2017-18 U-CSA Academic Honor Roll…recognized on the 2017-18 Commissioner's Academic Medal List.

Freshman (2016-17): Earned Second-Team All-C-USA honors…registered a team-best 24-5 overall record...recorded 18 wins in dual action, including a 15-3 mark at the No. 5 position…she claimed 21 straight-set victories…recorded a 2-0 mark in C-USA action...named Second-Team All-C-USA doubles with her partner Maryna Veksler, posting a record of 24-5, including a team-best 16-2 mark at the No. 2 position…named the C-USA Women's Tennis Athlete of the Week (03/28)...named to the 2016-17 Commissioner's Academic Medal List and was on the C-USA Academic Honor Roll.

High School: Attended Republic State School of Olympic Reserve.

Personal: Born June 9, 1999…daughter of Zhanna Buinevich and Viktor Grib…has a sister named Ekaterina Grib.