Trio of UNLV players tabbed All-Mountain West.
AT UNLV: One of the top players in school history returns for her senior season ... Will once again compete in top half of starting lineup ... Looks to join Marianne Vallin (1994-97) as the only UNLV players in history to be named all-conference all four seasons of competition ... Heads into final campaign ranking seventh in UNLV history with 65 career singles wins ... On track to finish in all-time top three, needing just 16 more victories to tie Veronica Goude in third ... Also ranks sixth in career doubles wins with 51 and needs just 11 in `04-05 to tie Marianne Vallin in third ... Began fall with a career-high ranking of 72 but fell out after slow start in tournament play ... A two-time Academic All-MWC honoree ... 2004: Became only third Lady Rebel named all-conference in singles three consecutive seasons ... Returned to the national rankings after a year away and finished junior campaign at No. 102 ... Her 17-13 overall singles record included a 14-9 mark at No. 1 spot ... Won 11 of 13 singles outings at one point ... That stretch included an upset of No. 73 Maja Kovacek of New Mexico ... Named MWC Player of the Week on April 14 after perfect weekend action vs. league opponents ... An 18-10 doubles record included a 17-6 mark at No. 2 position with partner Smith ... Pair boasted an 8-1 record vs. MWC foes to earn all-league honors ... A confident competitor who was formerly the top-ranked girls' player in Hungary ... 2003: Ranked 76th nationally in the preseason and entered spring at No. 120 ... During fall season, lost her first-round match at UNLV Invitational in September of 2002, which snapped her 18-match winning streak just one short of tying school record held by former Lady Rebel Katarina Malec (2000) ... Went on to earn all-conference in singles after turning in a solid 15-5 dual-match record ... Dominated at the No. 2 singles position with an 11-2 mark ... Won her first 10 matches of 2003, moving her career dual record to an incredible 31-1 ... Struggled to a 4-5 fall mark ... 2002: Posted stunning spring season that saw her rise to as high as No. 88 in national rankings with a record of 29-7 overall and an eye-popping 21-1 in dual play ... The 29 wins were the ninth most in school history and winning percentage of .806 ranked second on the UNLV list ... Lost on Feb. 15, 6-1, 4-6, 6-4, to 11th-ranked Gabriela Lastra at Stanford, and did not taste defeat again in dual-match season, rolling off 18 consecutive victories - all in straight sets ... Upset 39th-ranked Viktoria Stoklasova of South Alabama, 7-5, 6-2, in team's March 2 victory over Jaguars ... Nearly upset No. 24 Janet Bergman of Wake Forest the following day but match was halted with the score standing 4-6, 6-3, 4-4 ... After dropping the second set to Bergman, Zsiros won the next 28 sets to close out the season ... Won her final match, 6-3, 6-1 over Monika Gieczys in UNLV's first-round NCAA tournament upset loss to Oregon ... Played with Marianne Bakken at No. 2 doubles and posted 22-9 overall record, including 17-5 in dual matches ... The 22 victories ranked eighth on the Lady Rebel single-season list ... Posted an 8-6 fall record ... Went 4-2 at the Omni Hotels West Regional in San Diego, falling in the finals of the consolation draw to sixth-seeded Megan Yeats of ASU, 7-6, 3-6, 6-3 ... Earned Academic All-MWC honors her first year with program. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2001 graduate of Imre Brody High School in Budapest ... Ranked as high as No. 42 in the world as a junior by the ITF ... Played in Junior Australian Open in 1999 and Junior U.S. Open in 1998. PERSONAL: Gyorgyi Anett Zsiros was born on Feb. 25, 1982, in Bekescsaba, Hungary ... The daughter of Gyorgyi Zsiros and Erzsebet Csaki ... Has one sister, Adrienn ... Majoring in communication studies.