|High School:||Overnewton Anglican Community College|
|Previous College:||University of Florida|
Stefani Stojic had an outstanding first season at UCSB...Named Second Team All-Big West in singles and teamed with Palina Dubavets to earn First Team All-Big West in doubles...The Stojic-Dubavets tandem advanced to the NCAA Tournament where it won its first round match over Rebeca Mitrea and Yulia Shupenia of DePaul, 6-4, 6-2...Lost a thrilling second round match to the No. 1 seeded duo of Hayley Carter and Whitney Kay from North Carolina, 6-4, 4-6, 10-7...The duo went 25-7 in all mamtches, including 14-4 in dual matches...At one point, Dubavets and Stojic won 12 consecutive matches during the tournament and dual seasons...Went 15-9 overall in singles, including 10-6 in dual matches...Played primarily at No. 3 in the lineup where she went 8-2.
Stojic attended the University of Florida for the first two years of her college career where she was a 2015 SEC Academic Honor Roll Athlete . While playing for the Gators, Stojic posted a career singles record of 22-12 and a career doubles record of 15-13. She was a doubles finalist at the Bedford Cup both her Freshmen and Sophomore years, was a singles semifinalist for the Bedford Cup her Sophomore year, and won the Dick Vitale Clay Court Classic doubles title her Sophomore year.
Stojic graduated from Overnewton Anglican Community College in Melbourne, Australia.
ITF and National
As a junior player, Stojic won the 2010 Sydney ITF Junior international singles and doubles events, the 2010 Alpha Facilities AR Series singles title, one 18-and-under Austrilian National Doubles Championship, one 16-and-under Australian National Doubles Championship, two 14-and-under Australian National Junior Singles Championships, and two 12-and-under Australian National Junior Singles Championships. Stojic was a quarterfinalist in the 2013 $25K Bundaber Tennis International doubles event, a semifinalist for the Australian National Singles 16-and under event, and a doubles finalist at the 2010 Queensland Junior ITF International. Stefani also competed in the Australian Junior Championships in 2013, reaching the second round. Stojic was also a member of Australia's Under 14 Optus World Junior Tennis Team and also member of winning 2013 Premier League (highest club competition) and 2013 Pennant Grade 1 (highest club competition). She was ranked No. 36 of Australian National women and accomplished a career high ITF ranking of No. 219 in early 2011. In the WTA, Stojic had a career high singles ranking of No. 1140 in mid 2013, and a doubles ranking of No. 955 also in mid 2013.
Stefani Stojic started playing tennis at age 7, having been influenced by her father. She likes to hang out with her friends during her free time, and her biggest role model is Novak Djokovic for his work ethic and attitude on the court. Her favorite movies include She's the Man and White Chicks. Stojic looks forward to meet her new team and play against some of the top players and schools in the conference. She has a goal of becoming ranking in both singles and doubles, and achieving an All-American status. She chose UCSB because of the great academics, the fantastic location, and the top-notch coaches.