Jayhawks play Charleston Southern on Friday and No. 67 College of Charleston Saturday.
KU comes back to pull out the 4-3 victory
Jayhawks go 5-6 against opponents from LSU and Tulane
Jayhawks win three of nine Saturday matches
KU returns to action Jan. 18 at Clemson Invitational
Fall 2012 (Junior): Put together an impressive fall season in four individual appearances... Finished with a team-best 11-1 singles record in tournament play... Earned singles draw titles at the KU Invitational (Draw E), the William & Mary-hosted Tribe Invitational (Julie Shiflet Flight) and the San Diego State Fall Classic (Grey Draw)... Earned wins over opponents from Kansas State, Wichita State, Harvard, Washington and San Diego State... Tied freshman teammate Anastasija Trubica for the team's best doubles record at 11-3... Partnered with Trubica in three of the four tournaments for a 9-2 record... Won the Michelle O Doubles Flight at the Tribe Invitational.
Spring 2012 (Sophomore): Competed in all 22 of her team's dual matches during the spring season... Began the year with seven straight victories at the No. 5 singles spot and finished the spring with a 12-9 singles record... Notched singles wins over opponents from No. 13 Baylor, No. 40 Oklahoma and No. 45 Missouri... Went 10-10 at No. 3 doubles with partner Victoria Khanevskaya, including an 8-5 victory over Megan Horter and Abby Stainback of No. 13 Baylor... Also opened the season with six consecutive doubles wins.
Fall 2011 (Sophomore): Played in six fall singles matches, going 4-2 before being sidelined by injury... Crowned champion of her flight in the first KU Invitational, defeating Olga Musilovich of Washington State, 7-6 (2), 6-2, in the finals... Garnered a 4-3 fall doubles record with partner Karen Hernandez... Recorded three straight doubles victories during the season, including an 8-5 win over duos from Kentucky and Evansville at the Kentucky Invitational.
2010-11 (Dayton): Spent freshmanyear at the University of Dayton, in Dayton, Ohio... Named First Team All-Atlantic 10 at the end ofher first season... Honored as Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Weekaftera three-match winning streak in late February... Played at the No. 1 position in both singles and doubles and finishedthe spring season with a 7-7 singles record.
High School: Played for two years at Webster Groves High School... Received the most valuable player honor both years and won the "Statesman Award" following her freshman campaign... A member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Born Claire Lillian Dreyer in St. Louis, Mo... Parents are Penny and Marty Dreyer... Wants to pursue a career in exercise science or pharmacy.