The only person to lead LMU women's tennis program will transition out of the coaching role in 2015-16.
Earning her degree in finance, Fileva finished her four years at LMU as the 2003 LMU Athlete of the Year and second on the all-time wins list in LMU history with an 85-57 record. Her final season saw her post a 21-15 record, going 10-4 at number two singles. She was a two-time all-conference selection, earning first-team All-WCC as a senior and honorable mention honors as a junior. She was a first-team All-WCC selection in doubles as well.
The Sofia, Bulgaria native finished with a 21-17 singles record and a 14-14 doubles mark in 2002 while going 19-12, leading the team with the most wins in 2001. She had the best win total of her career at 24-13 in singles play as a freshman in 2000. In addition to the all-time wins list, Fileva finished seventh in LMU history with a winning percentage of 59.9 and tied for seventh in double victories with a 62-47 mark. Her 15-8 doubles record with teammate Patrycia Hubl was 10th all-time.
Fileva's Year-by-Year Records Year Singles Pct. Doubles Pct. 2000 24-13 .648 16-12 .571 2001 19-12 .613 15-9 .625 2002 21-17 .553 14-14 .500 2003 21-15 .583 17-12 .586 Career 85-57 .599 62-47 .569
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