In 1996, she won the Illinois High School Girl's Tennis State Championships in the individual as a student in the second year of study at the Latin School of Chicago. The following year she debuted at the ITF tournament in Sedona, where she failed to qualify for the main draw. At the U.S. Open 1998, she came across a wildcard into the main draw, defeating Paola Suárez in the opening round, then number 96 in the world rankings. She dropped out in the subsequent second round. In 1999, she received a wildcard for the U.S. Open.
In 2000, she was as a freshman at Stanford University, winner of the individual NCAA Women's Tennis Championships, and defended the following year this item. She began her professional career in 2001 also. In 2005 and 2006 she won each one WTA title in doubles. Since her retirement at the WTA tournament in Monterrey in early March 2010, she no longer went to a tournament.