Jazmin Britos
Jazmin  Britos

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Villarrica, Paraguay

High School:
National School Gimnasio Paulino

Height:
5-7

Birthdate:
02/19/1993

Experience:
3L

09/17/2016

Lady Techsters Finish Strong at Warhawk Invitational

LA Tech goes 10-1 on Saturday

09/15/2016

LA Tech Opens Fall Season at Warhawk Invite

Matches will be played all day Friday and Saturday

06/05/2016

Camper Selected as Louisiana Coach of the Year

Alexandra Starkova and Jazmin Britos also receive All-Louisiana honors

04/29/2016

Four Techsters Named All-Conference USA

Alexandra Starkova, Jazmin Britos, Marta Sramkova and Zoe Chen receive postseason accolades

04/22/2016

LA Tech Falls in C-USA Tournament Quarterfinals

End season with a 15-7 record

04/21/2016

LA Tech vs. Charlotte 4/21

Techsters rally to defeat the 49ers, 5-2, and advance to the C-USA Tournament Quarterfinals

04/14/2016

LA Tech vs. Jackson State 4-14-16

Techsters shutout Tigers, 7-0, on senior day

02/25/2016

LA Tech vs. Lamar 2/20/16

Lady Techsters shutout Cardinals, 4-0, for fifth straight victory

02/05/2016

LA Tech vs. NSU 2/5/16

Techsters win regional showdown with Demons, 6-1

01/23/2016

LA Tech vs. Nicholls 1/23/16

LA Tech tennis edged in season opener by Nicholls State, 4-3

2016
Second Team All-Conference USA (Singles)
Honorable Mention All-Louisiana
2015
Third Team All-Conference USA (Singles)
2014
Second Team All-Conference USA (Singles)


SPRING 2016:
Registered a 12-5 singles mark, playing primarily at the No. 2 spot ... The 12 wins tied for the second most on the team ... Went 4-0 at No. 1, 7-5 at No. 2 and 1-0 at No. 3 ... Opened the spring with an eight-match winning streak, all coming via straight sets ... Won 6-3, 7-5 at SMU, helping defeat the Mustangs for the first time in program history ... Claimed a 6-1, 7-6 win over Charlotte's Tai Martin in the first round win at the C-USA Tournament ... Went a team-best 13-2 in doubles, playing primarily at the No. 2 position ... Partnered with Marta Sramkova for all but one completed match, going 12-2 including a six-match winning streak to end the season ... Teamed up with Alba Escalona Perny for the other doubles win ... Recorded a perfect 4-0 mark against conference opponents ... Helped clinch the win at No. 45 Georgia State, the school's first ever over a nationally-ranked opponent, with a 6-2 victory at No. 2 ... Had 6-2 wins versus Charlotte and No. 71 North Texas in the C-USA Tournament First Round and Quarterfinals, respectively.  

FALL 2015:
Finished with a 9-5 singles record ... Advanced to semifinals of Flight No. 1  of opening fall tournament at Warhawk Invitational, posting wins over Louisiana-Lafayette and South Alabama ... Runner-up in Flight No. 2 at SMU Invitational after defeating Arkansas's Mia Jurasic, 6-3, 6-4 ... Won ITA Southern Regionals A back draw, besting Alannah Griffin of Auburn, 5-7, 6-3, 1-0 in the semis before cruising to a 6-1, 6-3 victory over Allie Sanford from Ole Miss in the finals ... Picked up 50th career singles win at ITA tournament ... Posted a consolation win versus Florida Gulf Coast at USTA Clay Court Invitational ... Partnered with Marta Sramkova for nine matches and Alexandra Starkova for one in doubles, going 5-5 ... Teamed up with Sramkova to place second of Flight No. 1 at Warhawk Invite ... Reached the finals of Flight No. 1 of SMU Invite with victories versus TCU and Rice.

SPRING 2015:
Recorded a team-best 11-5 mark in singles while playing every match but one at No. 2 ... Went 1-0 in lone match at No. 1 ... Had a six-match winning streak from Feb. 11 to March 25 ... Opened the spring season with a 6-2, 3-6, 1-0 (8) victory at No. 55 Wichita State ... Was a 6-0, 6-3 winner at No. 67 Georgia State, defeating 69th-ranked Linn Timmermann ... Bested No. 65-ranked Sarah Dvorak of No. 19 Texas Tech in a third set super breaker, resulting in a C-USA Player of the Week honor ... Victory at No. 1 came against Tyler Junior College and the No. 1-ranked NJCAA player Joanna Savva, 7-6, 6-3 ... Went 7-8 in doubles, tying for the most victories ... Played at No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 while partnering with Alexandra Starkova, Manoela Chiacchio and Taylor Capannolo ... Helped win the doubles point at Northwestern State with a 6-1 victory at No. 2 with Starkova ... Had a stretch of six wins in eight matches.

FALL 2014:
Posted a 9-6 singles record in the fall, a team high for victories ... Opened fall with wins versus Houston's Rocio Martin and SMU's Hristina Dishkova at Solinco Houston Open ... Won four straight matches in Main Draw of ITA Southern Regionals, including a victory over Auburn All-American and 94th-ranked Emily Flickinger, to be only non-SEC player to reach quarterfinals ... Received Conference USA Player of the Month for October ... Registered two wins of 6-2, 6-2 against Tyler JC and Sam Houston State at Jason's Deli Collegiate Invitational ... Also had a team high in doubles wins, going 7-4 while partnering with Taylor Capannolo, Alexandra Starkova and Manoela Chiacchio ... Had two 8-3 victories to win consolation finals in Flight No. 2 at Solinco Houston Open and in Flight No. 1 at Rice Invitational ... Registered a Round of 64 win over South Alabama at ITA Southern Regionals.

SPRING 2014:
Finished a team best 14-3 record in dual singles while also going 3-0 in C-USA play ... Spent most of the spring at No. 3 but also saw action at the No. 2 and No. 4 spots ... Opened the spring with an 11-match winning streak, all coming by straight sets except a key 2-6, 6-4, 6-0 win at McNeese State (2/23) ... Clinched the win versus conference foe Middle Tennessee (3/1) with a 7-5, 6-4 mark ... Also sealed the victory at UT Arlington with a 6-0, 4-6, 6-4 win ... Nearly notched victories at 24th-ranked Houston and 47th-ranked Arkansas by being up a set but the matches went unfinished ... Had one of the two points in the C-USA quarterfinals against Marshall (4/18) with a 6-3, 6-1 victory ... Finished 10-8 in dual doubles while partnering with every teammate at least once ... Had a stretch of eight wins in nine matches ... Clinched the doubles point five times.

FALL 2013: Had a solid start to her Lady Techster career in the fall with a 9-3 singles record ... Won the flight three singles of the NSU Lady Demon Fall Invite with an 8-2 victory over fellow teammate Manoela Chiacchio ... Won the consolation finals of the Ragin' Cajuns Tennis Classic ... Reached the finals of the flight two singles of the Big Easy Tennis Classic before play was suspended due to weather ... Racked up a team-best 8-1 mark in doubles, partnering with Marta Sramkova and Melanie Urvoy ... Won flight one doubles of the NSU Lady Demon Fall Invite ... Reached the finals of the flight one doubles of the Big Easy Tennis Classic before play was suspended due to weather.

Prior to LA Tech: Has career high junior ITF ranking of 347 and career high WTA ranking of 962 in singles and 642 in doubles ... Won doubles championships at the 2012 Cochabamba in Bolivia and the 2011 Goiania in Brazil ... Quarterfinalist in singles at the 2012 ITF Club del Comercio and 2011 Copa "Ciudad del Illimani" ... Winner at the 2008 Paraguay Junior Open followed by a runner-up effort in 2009 at same event ... Semifinalist of the 2009 International Pascuas Bowl.

Personal: Daughter of Justo and Graciela Britos ... Two siblings, Clara (18) and Danilo (16) ... Born Feb. 19, 1993 in Villarrica, Paraguay.

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