Natalia Davila
Natalia  Davila


Santa Cruz, Bolivia

High School:
Santa Cruz International School




WTEN Drops Final Two, Finishes 6-16

Boilermakers stumble at Penn State 5-2, at Ohio State 4-0


WTEN Snaps Losing Streak at Wisconsin

Boilermakers end season drought while extending win streak against Badger to 14


WTEN Falls Out of Big Ten Contention

Boilermakers' 6-1 loss at Minnesota ends postseason hopes


WTEN Senior Day Ends with 4-2 Loss

Boilermakers' 13-match drought continues, while home schedule ends


Calkins Extends Streak, WTEN Falls 4-3

Boilermakers drop 11th straight in Governor’s Cup match with Indiana

2015-16 / AS A JUNIOR
Awards & Honors
• Purdue’s Big Ten Women’s Tennis Sportsmanship recipient

Season Notes
• Co-led team with most Big Ten dual wins with five
• Had a career-high 13 spring victories, which tied for second most on the team ... team leader in combined fall and spring season wins with 17, which was also a career best
• Had the team’s longest Big Ten dual singles winning streak with four from April 10 to 22
• Appeared in 22 of 25 dual matches at the No. 4 slot where she went 13-6 ... 11 of her 13 wins were in straight sets
• Played all doubles matches at the No. 3 spot ... paired with Claudia Escribens in 21 spring matches for team-best 14 wins ... pair had the longest doubles winning streak on the team, winning six straight matches from Feb. 5 to April 2 ... also led the team with most non-conference dual wins (9) ... their 17 combined season wins were also tops on the team
• Played one match with Deborah Suarez
• Played in three fall tournaments in singles and doubles ... won four singles matches ... paired with Escribens, Suarez and Andjela Djokovic

2014-15 / AS A SOPHOMORE
Season Notes
• Registered career high in combined doubles victories (15) playing alongside Krisztina Kapitany, Daniela Vidal and Lynda Xepoleas
• Paired with Xepoleas in all spring matches ... played at least one match at all three spots in the doubles lineup, winning 10 matches ... pair won first 7 of 8 doubles matches
• Duo defeated No. 73 Welma Luss and Ekaterina Tour of Maryland 8-5 at No. 1 ... pair helped to secure the doubles point against Duke in the first round of the NCAA Championships with an 8-3 win over Chalena Scholl and Annie Mullholland
• Competed in four fall tournaments ... won all three singles of the Purdue Invite (Oct. 3-5) ... 5 of 6 singles wins came in straight sets ... posted 5-1 mark with Xepoleas

2013-14 / AS A FRESHMAN
Season Notes
• Primarily played doubles during spring campaign, partnering with Krisztina Kapitany, Nicole Robinson and Daniela Vidal
• Her and Kapitany won four matches playing side-by-side, including an upset of No. 80 Ronit Yurovsky and Laura Ucros of Michigan 8-7 (7) in Big Ten tournament (4/26)
• Won three singles matches at Purdue Invite to open spring season
• Played at No. 6 against Oklahoma (2/15)
• Won first three collegiate singles matches
• Competed in four fall tournaments

• Ranked as high as No. 4 in Bolivia and as high as No. 461 by International Tennis Federation
• Selected to the 2012 Bolivian FedCup team
• Selected to play in 2012 Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships
• Won 2012 Chuquiago Junior Open in La Paz, Bolivia, with four straight-set victories
• Advanced to five consecutive semifinals to begin her 2010 ITF season
• Competed in the 2006, 2008 and 2010 South American Cups and the Junior World Cups in 2008 and 2010
• Competed in Odesur in 2010 and was ranked as high as No. 6 in CoSAT that year

• Major: Economics
• Birthday: April 14, 1994
• City Born: Houston, Texas
• Parents: Mauricio Davila and Fabiola Gasser
• Siblings: Two brothers, Jose Mauricio and Esteban


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