Fall 2012: Compiled 8-7 mark in singles ... Picked up victory over 102nd-ranked Jen Pfeifler of Auburn ... Also won over Northwestern State's Andrea Nedorostova, Louisiana's Sophie van den Aarssen, Stephen F. Austin's Margot De Haan, Sam Houston State's Madeleine Mortimore, UTSA's Miranda Poile and Jacksonville State's Rafaela Lima ... Tallied 13 doubles victories with seven losses ... Teamed up with Natalia Mayagoitia to post a perfect 3-0 mark that included a victory over Lara Pujol and Anastasia Surkova to win the Bananas Foster flight title at the Ragin' Cajun Women's Tennis Classic ... Played primarily with Helene Czudek, recording an 8-6 mark that included a victory over Annat Rabinovich and Juliana Gajic over No. 11 Texas at the USTA/ITA Texas Regional ... Went 2-1 with Alicia Porte.
Spring 2012: Became second-ever Lady Cardinal to win Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year ... Put together 15-6 singles record, playing every match in the top spot ... Went 8-3 vs. Southland opponents ... Posted wins over Valentina Starkova of North Texas, Jessica Kahts of Texas State and Maria Martinez-Romer over UT Arlington ... Racked up six consecutive victories, defeating Imke Jagau (Sam Houston State), Tea Tvrtkovic (McNeese State), Alina Volman (South Alabama), Elena Kordolaimi (Stephen F. Austin), Audrey Chelini (Southeastern Louisiana) and Malin Andersen (UTPA) ... Also notched wins over Louisiana's Milou Israel, Northwestern State's Olga Bazhanova, Central Arkansas' Simona Horsikyan, Arkansas State's Mariana Rong and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi's Mirna Cilak ... Went 10-11 in doubles with a 5-6 conference mark ... Played all 22 matches at the first position ... Played primarily with Alicia Porte, going 8-7 ... Carried 2-2 record with Carolina Maso.
2010-11: Earned Second Team All-Horizon League and team MVP honors ... Compiled 8-14 record in the spring with a 4-4 conference mark ... Went 4-11 at the No. 1 spot and 4-3 at No. 2 ... Put together 2-8 mark in the fall ... In doubles play, went 9-14 in the spring and 4-7 in the fall ... Carried 4-4 mark in conference meetings.
2009-10: Became just third Detroit player to earn Horizon League Newcomer of the Year award ... Also named to First Team All-Horizon League ... Selected as Detroit's team MVP ... Posted 12-9 record in the spring with a 6-2 league mark ... Put up 3-4 record in the fall ... Went 7-14 in spring doubles and 7-2 in the fall.
High School: Attended Prepatoria No. 7 ... Runner-up at the Campeanato de Mexico in 2007 ... Captured Nuevo Leon Statal regional singles titles in 2006, 2008 and 2009 ... Claimed first-ever national tournament doubles title in 2005.
Personal: Born Carolina Salas Espinosa on April 2, 1991 in Monterrey, Mexico ... Daughter of Rosendo Salas and Maria Elena Espinosa.