2015-16 -- Finished the season with 11 singles wins overall and eight dual wins from the Nos. 3-5 positions, including five from the No. 4 position that rank tied for the fourth most in school history from the position… finished with seven doubles wins overall and three dual wins from the Nos. 1-2 positions, going 2-1 at No. 1 with Melinda Johnson and going 1-11 at No. 2 with Allie Schulte… 34 career singles wins ranks seventh all-time in school history… .472 (34-38) career winning percentage is third all-time in UMKC history… named Academic All-WAC… went 2-3 in WAC singles play with wins at No. 4 over New Mexico State and Seattle…. named ITA Scholar-Athlete.
2014-15 -- Played mostly in singles at the No. 5 position, but saw time at No. 4 and No. 6 as well... Compiled the team's best record in singles at 15-8, while going 3-2 in WAC play... Her eight singles wins at No. 5 are ranked third in a single season at UMKC... Her career total of 23 singles wins through her first two years put her in the all-time top 10 at UMKC... She won her bracket at the Emporia State Invite in the fall, and picked up a singles win against WAC Champions New Mexico State in the spring... In doubles she filled in at the No. 3 position mostly, and posted a 5-4 overall mark... Played six doubles matches in dual play, three with Marina Albert and three with Linda Ammar Mouhoub... Won 7 of her last 11 singles matches on the season.
2013-14 -- Secured an 8-16 overall record in singles play at the No. 2, 3 and 4 spots in the lineup, going 7-12 in duals... Finished the season on a two-match win streak, and won her first round match at the WAC Tournament, before going unfinished in the semis... In doubles play, she team with both Amelie Amsallem and Linda Ammar Mouhoub to post a 6-5 dual mark at No. 3 and a 6-9 overall record... Won three of four down the stretch with Ammar Mouhoub.
High School/Youth -- Was ranked No. 1 in Honduras from 2009-13 in her age group... She was the team captain and played for her country at the Fed Cup in El Salvador... Also a member of the team for the Central American Games in San Jose in 2013... She won best junior Honduran player for three straight years from 2011-13... Had an ITF ranking of 973 in 2012... In 2010 she earned sixth place at the JITIC U-16, while taking runner up honors in doubles in 2009 at the same event... She also finished runner-up in 2009 for the WJTC Qualifying Event, and was a semifinalist in the Junior Fed Cup Qualifying Event... She also ran track, helping her school to a regional championship in 2009, while being named MVP... Argenal was also a swimmer from 2002-07, being named national youth champion each year.
Personal -- Born January 21, 1995 in Tegucigalpa, Honduras... Daughter of Alejandro Argenal and Maite Matheu... Has one younger sibling, Andres... Undecided on a major.
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