Priscila Garcia
Priscila Garcia
Year: Junior
Hometown: Curitiba, Brazil
High School: Positivo College

2013-2014

Priscila ended the 2013-2014 season with an overall singles record of 10-10, including a 4-4 record at the No.5 and No.6 spots. She also had a doubles record of 8-21 playing alongside Melissa Baker, Luisa Ortiz Candido, April Scatliffe, Stacy Yam, Kaiulani Boyer, and Jaimee Gilberston. 

2012-2013
Priscila ended the 2012-2013 season with an overall singles record of 13-13 at the No.3 and No. 4 spots. In doubles, Priscila recorded a record of 11-15, playing alongside April Scatliffe, Paola Cos, Megan Carter, and Erica Cano.

University of Curitiba 
Majored in Law at the University of Curitiba in Brazil. 

High School 
Priscila attended Positivo College in Curitiba, Brazil... Coached by Roland Santos... Represented South America in tennis tournaments since she was fifteen years old reaching the finals in 2011... Won a doubles tournament in Venezuela.

Personal 
Daughter of Perito Garcia from Curitiba, Brazil... Has been ranked number 1 in sectionals... nationally was ranked 5 in the 18 and under... Ranked 1026 in singles and 1139 in doubles in the WTA... Priscila attened the Guillermo Villas Tennis Academy in Mallorca, Spain for five months... Recalls winning the Gustavo Kuerten tournament in Florianopols in singles and doubles one  of the most significant moments... Favorite sports team is Brazil's Soccer Team... Favorite TV Show is Gossip Girl... Favorite song of the summer of 2014 was "Prayer in C" by Robin Schultz Favorite Athletes are Victoria Azarenka, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer... Is able to speak English, Spanish and Portuguese... Enjoys hanging out with friends, going to the beach, and going to the movies in her spare time. Priscila is proud to be a Gaucho because she loves the energy that her teammates pass on to her and how her team works so hard in hopes to become Big West champions. She has been grateful for these four years and uses her team as motivation to get through difficult times.