Dina Weick
Dina Weick
Height: 5-4
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Woodbridge, Conn.
High School: Amity

Career Achievements

• 2016 NEWMAC All-Conference Doubles first team (No. 1)
• 2015 NEWMAC All-Conference Singles first team (No. 5)

Career Highlights

2016-17: As a senior, went 9-11 in all singles matches and 16-6 in all doubles competitions…posted an 8-8 mark in dual-match singles and went a career-best 13-4 in dual-match doubles, including a 7-0 record in conference play…went 6-2 at No. 3 singles and 9-3 at No. 1 doubles…opened the fall with six consecutive singles wins and seven straight doubles victories from September 1-20…went 3-1 overall and won the A draw consolation title at the NEWITT on October 14-16…went 11-0 playing alongside Yagmur Akgul during the fall portion of the season.

2015-16: As a junior, went 11-1 in singles and 10-8 in doubles during the fall…missed the spring portion of the schedule while studying abroad…went 7-0 in NEWMAC singles matches and 6-2 in conference doubles matches…10 of her 11 singles victories came in straight sets…finished 8-5 in dual-match doubles, including a 5-1 mark at number one…opened the season with 11 straight singles wins and went 9-3 in her first 12 doubles matches to start the year.

2014-15: As a sophomore, went 11-4 in singles and 5-7 in doubles…went 8-3 in dual-match singles, including a 4-0 mark against conference foes…won seven of her first eight singles matches, and captured the “C” Flight championship at the NEWITT Tournament on October 19…was victorious at both number six singles and number three doubles in Babson’s 5-0 win over Colby-Sawyer in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on May 8.

2013-14: As a first-year, won seven singles matches and nine doubles matches...won five matches at number two singles, including three straight to open the season...eight of her nine doubles victories came at number one...made her career debut with a straight-set victory at number two singles and an 8-2 triumph at number one doubles as part of a 9-0 win over Roger Williams on August 30...picked up a straight-set win at number three singles to help the Green and White beat Mount Holyoke, 6-0, in the NEWMAC quarterfinals on October 23.

Career Statistics

SinglesOverallDualTournamentConferenceNo. 1No. 2No. 3No. 4No. 5No. 6
Career Totals38-3334-254-818-81-2


DoublesOverall DualTournamentConferenceNo. 1 No. 2 No. 3 
Career Totals  40-3632-268-1020-522-168-62-4