NCAA Womens Tennis

Vagramov Named Pac-12 Player of the Week After Big Win

Vagramov Named Pac-12 Player of the Week After Big Win

SAN FRANCISCO — On the heels of her team’s 4-3 victory against No. 4 Ohio State, Sasha Vagramov of UCLA women’s tennis was named Pac-12 Player of the Week in an announcement by the conference Tuesday. The award was presented for the week of March 6-12.

Vagramov was on court as the Bruins secured the first and final points of their thrilling 4-3 victory against the Buckeyes Sunday at Los Angeles Tennis Center. With all eyes on the fourth singles court, the senior won a deuce point to lift her past Isabelle Boulais for a 6-3, 2-6, 6-4 result and set off a celebration. Vagramov also paired with Vanessa Ong to defeat Kolie Allen and Danielle Willson 6-4 on Court 3, clinching the doubles point.

The team win represents the program’s first versus a top-five opponent since Feb. 7, 2021.

UCLA has garnered 37 all-time weekly accolades from the conference. Vagramov has now been on the receiving end of two of them. She was previously voted Pac-12 Player of the Week Feb. 11, 2020.

ALSO NOMINATED: Reece Carter, ARIZ; Betina Tokac, COLO; Maddy Sieg, USC.


Week Player
Jan. 17 Maxine Murphy, WSU
Jan. 24 Madison Sieg, USC
Jan. 30 Alexandra Yepifanova, STAN
Feb. 7 MidoriΒ Castillo-Meza, ARIZ
Feb. 14 Hikaru Sato, WASH
Feb. 21 Ares Teixido Garcia, ORE
Feb. 24 Hikaru Sato, WASH
March 7 Astrid Olsen, WASH
March 14 Sasha Vagramov, UCLA

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