Coached by her father, Mark Trail, since age 4; also has received coaching since age 10 from former pro Mel Purcell from nearby Murray, Kentucky...Favorite surface is hard; best shot is her forehand...Parents are Sandy and Mark; older brother, Chad, is on a baseball scholarship at the University of Minnesota...Everyone in family plays tennis...Expects to graduate from high school (Palmer Academy) in 1999...Is a University of Kentucky basketball fan...Likes baseball, shopping and going to the movies...Admires Monica Seles for being a hard worker and never giving up...Likes being a pro tennis player to see the world.
• Has wins over WTA Tour players Nejedly, Lubiani, Graham and Kunce• In juniors, owns seven United States national titles: 1997 18's Nationals and Clay Courts; 1996 18's Indoors singles and doubles and 16s Nationals; 1995 16's Nationals and 18's Indoors (at age 14); was nationally-ranked co-No. 1 in the 18's in 1997 and No. 1 in the 16's in 1996; semifinalist at 1997 US Open; represented the United States at the 1997 and 1998 ITF Connoly Continental Cup• Member of the USTA's TEAM USA in 1997-98• Won the Kentucky State High School Championship as a 7th and 8th grader, and was runner-up as a 6th grader• Recipient of the 1997 Maureen Connolly Brinker Award, and the Sportsmanship Award at the 1996 USTA National 16's
SINGLESWinner (0 WTA Tour): 2003 - ITF/Waco-USA; 2001 - ITF/Tallahassee-USA; 2000 - ITF/Easton-USA.
1997 - As a US Open amateur, d. world No. 48 Gersi in 1r1998 - At US Open, won four out of five matches, three qualifying-round matches and 1r main draw, before falling to C. Martinez 76 612000 - Captured first pro title at ITF/Easton-USA2001 - Won ITF/Tallahassee-USA, her second ITF Circuit title2003 - Won ITF/Waco-USA for first title in two years
No content for this player.