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2013-14: Senior Season
After posting a 3-6 record in the fall tournament season and a 7-17 regular season record, Bezdickova completed her final season at UNM with an overall singles record of 10-23. She competed in the No. 1 singles position in 22 of UNM’s 25 regular season matches. Bezdickova’s strong efforts on the court allowed her to earn her fourth All-Mountain West honor of her career for singles play. She finished the MW tournament with a 0-1-1 record.
Bezdickova competed in doubles primarily with teammate Lizette Blankers. The duo competed in the No. 1 doubles spot for the Lobos in 22 regular season matches and posted an overall regular season record of 15-7. Bezdickova and Blankers’ earned 2014 All-MW honors for their success in doubles play.
Additionally, Bezdickova earned plenty of recognition for her academic success during her final year of undergrad at UNM. She was named the 2014 Lobo Club Scholar Athlete of the Year, named to the Capital One/CoSida Academic All-District VII At-Large Team, named to the 2014 Academic All-Conference team for the third time in her career, and named a MW Scholar-Athlete for the third time in her career. Bezdickova graduated from the UNM Anderson School of Management in Spring 2014 with a final GPA of 4.23. Bezdickova was also named a 2014 Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar Athlete.
2012-13: Junior Season
Bezdickova ended the 2012-13 season with an overall record of 22-12. She was ranked No. 6 in singles in the Mountain West and No. 10 in doubles with teammate Laura Richardson. Bezdickova received numerous awards and honors throughout the season. She received her third All-Conference Team honor in singles and doubles (with Richardson). Bezdickova earned Captial One Academic All-Academic First Team honor for the second time in her career. She was one of two MW women’s tennis student-athletes to make the list. She is also a two-time recipient of both the Academic All-MW and MW Scholar-Athlete awards.
2011-12: Sophomore Season
Michaela Bezdickova (Misa) recorded an overall singles record of 21-9. In dual play, she posted a singles record of 13-7 at the number one spot. At the end of the season, she finished with a winning streak of four matches. In doubles, the sophomore posted a 15-13 overall record with a dual match record of 10-10. She mostly played at the number one spot, where she marked a 6-6 record in doubles. She was one out of three for UNM women's tennis to be named a Mountain West Scholar Athlete for 2011-12. She was named to the 2011-12 Capital One Academic All-District All-Large Teams. She received the Academic All-Conference Award for spring 2012. She was named to the 2011-12 All-Mountain West Team for singles and doubles. This was her second time to be selected for singles and first time for doubles with partner Maria Sablina.
2010-11: Freshman Season
She played number one singles for the Lobos, going 10-13 for the season. She went 9-14 in doubles playing in the number two spot. She had a season-best four match win streak from February 5-12, winning all eight of her matches without dropping a set and only giving away just 10 games in the process. She gained very valuable experience as a freshman. She pulled out a great three-set win over UNLV's Lucia Batta with a score of 7-5, 2-6, 1-0. She also picked up a three-set win over Northern Arizona's Edit Suhajda. In doubles, she mostly teamed with Nikolina Grbac going 7-9 at the number two position. She made history for UNM by becoming the first freshman to make it to the quarterfinals at the ITA Regionals held in Las Vegas, Nev. She was named Most Valuable Player for UNM her freshman year as well as earning the most individual wins on the team.
Prior to UNM:
She is a 2010 graduate from Gymnazium Hejcin in Olomouc, Czech Republic. She comes to UNM with valuable experience playing as a junior internationally and competing in several ITF tournaments.
She is from the Czech Republic and is the daughter of Renata Bezdickova and Josef Bezdicek. She has one sister Katerina. Both of her parents are civil engineers. Her favorite athlete is Andy Roddick and she plans to major in finance.
Head Coach Erica Jasper on Misa Bezdickova:
“Misa did not have her best fall on the singles court this past semester, however she showed a ton of resolve and maturity and still managed to have some of the best results of her career in doubles teaming with freshman Lizette Blankers. Despite some tough losses, as a coaching staff, we have a ton of confidence in Misa’s ability to get it done this spring on the singles court. She is a worker and a team player--we will look to her to lead by example this coming spring.”