|Hometown:||Santa Ana, El Salvador|
|High School:||Liceo Latinoamericano|
Appeared in 64 matches for UNCG … earned Southern Conference First-Team All-Conference Honors in singles … named SoCon Player of the Week Honors for matches March 26 through April 1 … SoCon Honor Roll … recipient of the Commissioner’s Medal … finished with an 18-13 overall record in singles play, going 9-1 in conference … went 24-9 overall in doubles play, with four different partners … played twenty-five matches with teammate Kayla Gammie, going 19-6.
Went 15-11 overall in singles with a 7-5 dual mark and a 3-2 Southern Conference record … played mostly at No. 6 … was 16-9 in doubles play, including a 4-2 dual mark … went 3-2 at No. 3 and 1-0 at No. 2 … was 1-1 in SoCon play.
Was second-team All-Southern Conference at No. 5 singles and a SoCon All-Freshman Team selection … went 23-8 in singles play, including a 16-5 dual mark and a 9-1 SoCon record … matched the school record for singles wins by a freshman … was 23-12 in doubles play with a 15-6 dual mark and an 8-2 league record, all at No. 2.
Prior to UNCG
Attended Liceo Latinoamericano for high school ... won the JITIC tournament in the Dominican Republic in the Under-16 group ... held the No. 1 ranking for U-18s in Central America ... was the top-ranked player in El Salvador within her age bracket for six years ... represented El Salvador in the Fed Cup ... has been a part of El Salvador's National Team since age 12 ... ranked as high as No. 530 in the ITF Junior Circuit ... also played basketball for her high school and swam for the Santa Ana Club, both for three years.
Annette Rios Gil ... born May 21, 1991, in Caracas, Venzuela ... daughter of Jose Mario Rios Alvarez and Cecilia Gil de Rios ... has a younger sister, Daniella ... majoring in international global studies.