Career: Three-year letterwinner • 50 doubles and 41 singles victories • Her 50 wins on the doubles court ranks No. 22 all-time on the school’s all-time list • 41 singles wins, ranks No. 38 all-time • Her combined 91 victories is No. 25 at CU • Clinched 11 doubles victories and a pair of singles matches • Five singles wins when rallying from a set down • 16 of her 41 singles triumphs are from the No. 5 singles position.
2013 Spring (junior): Tallied nine singles wins with six of them at the No. 5 slot • 15 singles wins for the year, rank third most on the team • Three Pac-12 Conference singles wins, tied for second most on the team with two others • Clinched CU’s win over No. 62 Stephen F. Austin with a straight set winner • Began the doubles spring season with an 8-0 start with partner Winde Janssens, earning a team-best 11 wins as a pair • The dynamic duo clinched a team-high four doubles matches to help the Buffs to victories • Also had a team-high nine wins, trying three others for most wins at a single slot • Engineered a pair of four-match winning streaks in non-conference play.
2012 Fall (junior): Won a team-best six singles wins with three of them at the Long Beach State Invitational (Jan. 18-20) in round robin play • Team-best seven doubles wins.
2012 Spring (sophomore): Earned the team's most improved doubles player award, in addition being named the co-team player award winner • Tied for the team lead with nine wins with six coming at No. 5 and another three wins at No. 4 • Won 15 singles matches for the year, second-best on the team • Teamed with Winde Janssens in doubles and ranked as high as No. 21 nationally (Jan. 23-Feb. 12), then No. 55 (Feb. 13-Mar. 4) achieving a 5-3 record at No. 2 doubles • 27 combined singles (13) and doubles (14) victories, ranking second on the team • Clinched CU’s team win over Air Force (Jan. 20) with a straight set win • Won five straight singles matches (Feb. 11-Mar. 3), tying for the team best with two others.
2011 Fall (sophomore): Team leader with eight doubles wins and followed up with four singles wins • Teamed with Winde Janssens for five straight wins to open the season, including four in a row to win the Kansas Invitational (Sept. 16-18) • Teamed with Kristina Schleich winning four of six doubles wins reaching the CU Invitational final (Sept. 23-25).
2011 Spring (freshman): Second on the Buffaloes with 13 singles victories • Tied for the second most with five spring wins • Played the No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6 singles slots • Won four matches at No. 5 • Rallied to win a pair of matches being a set down • Became CU’s most-successful doubles duo in the spring teaming with Winde Janssens for a 7-5 record, and a 6-4 mark at No. 3 • Credited with the most doubles wins (18) for the year and wins in the spring (10) • Clinched four doubles team wins, three with Janssens (Metro State, Feb. 13; New Mexico, Feb. 20; Denver, Mar. 4), the other with Kristina Schleich (Air Force, Jan. 21) • Picked up a pair of Big 12 doubles wins with Abbie Probert against Oklahoma State (Apr. 1) and Nebraska (Apr. 20).
2010 Fall (freshman): Won her first collegiate singles match at CU Invitational • Tied for the second-most singles wins in the fall (8) • Teamed with Winde Janssens to win all three doubles matches at the CU Invitational (Sept. 24-26); also won four-straight non-conference matches in the spring • Also paired with Kristina Schleich at KU Invitational (Oct. 22-24) with three consecutive wins • Earned CU Athlete of the Week honors (Oct. 25).
Tennis in Colombia: Ranked among the top-10 in the COSAT under-16 rankings • Achieved a third place finish at the South American Junior Federation Cup Qualifying • Participated in the South American Qualification to the Junior Fed Cup as one of three members of the Colombia team in 2004, 2007, and 2008 • In 2008, finished the year No. 1 in the Colombian rankings based on tournament results throughout the year • Member of the 2008 Colombia squad that qualified to the Junior Fed Cup in San Luis Potosi, Mexico earning a third place finish in South America • Participated in the 2008 Colombian Olympics in Cali, held every four years • Selected as one of four members on the regional team for athletes under 23-years-old and earned a team gold medal and silver medal in women’s doubles • Represented Colombia at the 2010 ODESUR Games at Medellin, Colombia.
Personal: Born on June 25, 1992 in Cali, Colombia • Daughter of Luis Fernando Manzi and Patricia Tenorio • Has an older sister, Gabriela • Valedictorian of her senior class • Earned AP honors in physics and chemistry • Enjoys water skiing • Born and raised in the second happiest place on the planet according to the August 2007 issue of Ode magazine • Speaks Spanish and English • First CU tennis student-athlete in the program from Colombia.
In the Classroom: College major is chemical engineering • 2011-12 Pac-12 Academic second team • Awarded the team's Academic MVP (highest G.P.A.) her freshman year • Named a 2010-2011 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Scholar-Athlete (equivalent to being named an academic All-American).