Sara Zargham
Sara Zargham
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Torrance, Calif.
High School: California Academy of Math and Science
Major: Nursing

2015-16: Finished the season ranked 20th in Division III and third in the Central Region in doubles play, along with teammate Nithya Kanagasegar...was sixth on the team in doubles victories, going 13-8 during the year, including 8-5 in first doubles matches and 4-3 in tournament play...added a 4-4 singles ledger, highlighted by a 3-1 mark in sixth singles contests...improved to 38-43 overall in singles matches for her career, and to 53-40 in career doubles matches.

2014-15: Finished the season ranked 25th in Division III and sixth in the Central Region in doubles play, along with teammate Nithya Kanagasegar…was third on the team in doubles victories, going 18-10 during the year, including a perfect 6-0 record in second doubles matches and 7-3 in tournament play…added a 14-13 singles ledger, highlighted by a 5-3 mark in third singles contests and a 6-4 mark in tournament action.

2013-14: Registered four singles wins playing primarily out of the No. 2 position…posted eight wins in doubles competition with three different partners, including six alongside Marianne Bonanno at the No. 1 spot.

2012-13: Turned in arguably the best season by a freshman in program history…became the first woman in school history to qualify for the NCAA Championship Tournament…led team with 16 singles wins (16-11 overall) while competing mostly at No. 1…also went 14-9 with five different doubles partners…went 4-2 with Erika Lim at No. 1 doubles…finished the season as the No. 37-ranked player in the ITA National Poll and No. 5 player in the ITA Central Region.       

Personal: Earned four varsity letters in tennis as well as one in track at California Academy of Math and Science…tennis team captain…four-time all-league selection in both singles and doubles…first-team all-area honoree…represented Southern California on two United States Tennis Association Zonals (elite juniors) teams as well as a national USTA junior squad…graduated with high honors…member of the National Honor Society and American Red Cross…daughter of Khash Zargham and Leslie Laudeman.