2007-08: Went 9-8 in singles play while collecting six doubles victories ... beat Christine Vogelsang of Cleveland State at the Bradley Invitational Sept. 8 ... claimed an exhibition win over a player from River Falls Sept. 15 ... split four matches at the Ball State Invitational Sept. 28-29 ... won two of three doubles matches with Lauren Fenley at the same event ... won two of three matches at the Western Illinois Invitational Oct. 5-6 ... split two doubles contests with Martina Schnapp ... claimed a 6-0, 6-1 win over Emma Wylie of South Dakota State Jan. 19 ... downed Molee Carpenter of IPFW 6-2, 6-1 Feb. 8 ... also beat Nikki Dzubay of Dayton in three sets later that same day.
2006-07: Finished 14-18 in singles and 9-17 in doubles ... played primarily at #3 singles ... was a finalist in "B" flight singles at the Chicago State Invitational during the fall season ... captured her first win of the spring at #5 singles Feb. 5 ... posted victories at #6 singles and #3 doubles against Creighton Feb. 11 ... claimed a three-set win at #3 singles against UW-Green Bay Feb. 16 ... posted an easy 6-0, 6-0 victory at #5 singles in a team victory over Wright State March 2 ... also won at #3 doubles in the same contest ... notched an important win at #5 singles in a 4-3 win over Bradley March 4 ... recorded a win at #5 singles against South Dakota State March 31 ... helped UWM earn the doubles point with a victory at #3 doubles vs. IPFW April 5 ... had a doubles win vs. Youngstown State in the league tournament fifth-place match April 28.
2005-06: Played at #1, #2 and #3 singles ... won seven singles matches, including a 4-5 mark at the #2 slot ... defeated Lisa Bartelheim of IPFW 7-5, 6-7 (5), 13-11 at #2 singles ... won a #2 singles match vs. Western Illinois in UWM's first win of the season ... beat Nora Bohumil of UMKC 6-1, 6-0 at #1 singles ... claimed easy wins over players from Sinclair (Ohio) and SUNY New Paltz during UWM's spring break trip ... downed Ashley Cummins of Detroit 6-1, 6-4 at #3 singles ... teamed with Margie Van Lieshout for six doubles wins, including a 4-4 mark at #1 doubles ... also won a pair of doubles matches in the fall with Erin Felber ... teamed with Elizabeth Angel for an additional doubles win.
2004-05: Played mainly at #3 and #4 singles ... also played one match each at #2 singles and #6 singles ... finished the year with a 2-18 record ... also won two doubles matches ... beat Kaitlin Elliott of Butler at #6 singles ... also downed Heather Hagood of Youngstown State 6-3, 1-6 (13-11) at #3 singles ... teamed with Margie Van Lieshout for a doubles win at the Ball State Invitational ... teamed with Erin Felber for an 8-4 doubles win over Oakland ... also joined Felber for an 8-5 win over UW-Green Bay.
Eau Claire Memorial High School: Four-time conference champion and a three-time all-state performer ... qualified for state four times, finishing as the runner-up in doubles twice ... team qualified for state all four years of her high school career, finishing as high as second ... won 122 matches in her high school career, a school record ... she has been ranked as high as seventh in the Northern Section by the United States Tennis Association ... team MVP and co-captain in high school.
Personal: Born Traci Lynn Litscher on August 25, 1985 ... daughter of Jim and Kathy Litscher ... has three brothers, Tim (25), Tyler (22) and Tommy (19) ... Tommy plays tennis at Valparaiso ... was an academic all-conference honoree in high school ... winner of the U.S. Army Scholar-Athlete Award this year ... was a third-grade basketball coach at the YMCA in Eau Claire this year ... also tutored elementary school students ... is majoring in education.