|Hometown:||Oklahoma City, Okla.|
|High School:||Heritage Hall|
As a freshman:
Earned the 2011 Northeast Conference Rookie of the Year Award after racking up a program Division I freshman record of 44 wins … Was named to the All-NEC First Team at No. 3 Singles … Won an NEC-record eight rookie of the week awards … Won 10 straight singles matches from Feb. 19 through Mar. 26 … Went 24-5 in singles … Earned a pair of singles wins against NEC runner-up Fairleigh Dickinson, defeating both All-NEC First Team No. 2 Singles selection Julia Prantl in the regular season, and All-NEC Second Team No. 3 Singles selection Irina Dementyeva in the NEC Tournament … Won the first seven singles matches of her collegiate career, including four to win the Quinnipiac Invitational Flight B Singles Championship.
Named The Oklahoman's All-City Girls Tennis Player of the Year after going undefeated and not dropping a single game in the state tournament to earn her second straight State Tournament Singles Championship ... Set the Heritage Hall record for most love sets (6-0) in a season with 36 ... Ranked as highly as No. 88 nationally by TennisRecruiting.net ... Also ranked in the top five in the USTA Missouri Valley region ... Was state singles runner-up as a sophomore ... Went undefeated in six matches at the U.S. Girls 18's Team Event (Fed Cup) in the Summer of 2008 ... Reached the finals of Girls' 18's Northeast Region Championships in 2009 ... Attended the South African Tennis Performance Centre at the University of Pretoria as an eighth grader, participating in a group with South Africa's Nike Master's Cup 14's World Championship Team.
The daughter of Shelley and Richard Labarthe ... Has an older sister, Jackie, an older brother, Carter, and younger brothers, Tommy and Chris ... Undecided on a major.