at Oklahoma State
vs. New Mexico State
vs. Utah State
2013-14 (Freshman Season)
After posting a 7-2 singles record in the fall tournament season and 16-3 singles record in the regular season, Dulski finished her first season at UNM with an overall singles record of 23-5. She competed primarily in the No. 5 spot, but also stepped up to play in the No. 3 and No. 4 positions for a hand full of UNM’s matches. Dulski finished the 2014 season with an impressive seven match win streak.
Dulski completed the 2013-14 season with an overall doubles record of 17-8. She competed primarily with teammate Natasha Smith. The duo competed mainly in the No. 2 doubles spot for the Lobos. Dulski and Smith finished the season ranked 9th in the ITA Mountain Region doubles rankings.
Dulski gave an impressive performance at the 2014 Mountain West Championships, as she was one of two Lobos to go 3-0 in singles during the tournament. Dulski and Smith recorded a 1-1 doubles record during the tournament. After losing their match to the San Diego State Aztecs in the semifinals, the duo came back strong against top-seeded Fresno State and recorded a win. They were the only UNM doubles team to pick up a win against FSU.
Dulski also received plenty of recognition for academic success during her first year at UNM. She was named to the 2014 Academic All-Mountain West team and was also named a 2014 MW Scholar-Athlete. Additionally, Dulski was named a 2014 Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar Athlete.
Prior to UNM
Dulski is a 2013 graduate of La Quinta HS in La Qunita, Calif. She played tennis at La Quinta under coach Tory Fretz and her father Edward Dulski. Her highest national ranking last year was 106 and she had an overall record of 30-15. She advanced to the round of 16 in doubles at the USTA Hardcourts Championships, won consolation singles at the USTA National Open, and won USTA Regionals doubles in both Sacramento, Calif. and Costa Mesa, Calif.
Dulski is the daughter of Edward and Dorota Dulski. She has a long family history of tennis stars in her family. She has four cousins who have played tennis at Division I colleges around the country: Sylvia Kosakowski (Pepperdine), Marcin Kosakowski (University of California-Santa Barbara), Daniel Kosakowski (University of California-Los Angeles) and Nicole Kosakowski (Baylor). She plans on majoring in Biology. Dulski’s favorite athlete is Kim Clijsters.
Head Coach Erica Jasper on Dominique Dulski
“Dom proved last year that she can compete with just about anyone in the country. This fall she was able to do that with much more consistency. Dom is a great leader on and off the court—showing a tremendous amount of toughness. She’s been a bit hobbled by injuries so far in her career as a Lobo, but that has not stopped her determination to make an impact on this program.”