|Hometown:||Mexico City, Mexico|
|High School:||Preparatoria Abierta Iberoamericana|
SENIOR (2019): One of two graduating seniors from the 2019 Hornets squad, Wicker finished with a 12-8 overall record and a 6-4 conference mark...Her 12 total singles wins were second most on the team while her six conference wins were tied for second most...After starting the season 2-7 through her first nine matches, Wicker finished the year going 10-1 in singles play...Posted a winning record at both the No. 4 and No. 5 singles positions...Finished among the top 10 in the conference with nine wins at the No. 5 singles position...Won the match-clinching point in three straight matches from March 24 through 29 and had four clinchers over the course of the season...Finished 4-14 overall in doubles play, including 3-6 in Big Sky doubles...All four of her wins came with teammate Maria Gonzalez, three times at the No. 2 position and again at No. 1.
JUNIOR (2018): Went 5-14 overall and 4-6 in Big Sky singles play...was 2-7 at No. 2, 2-4 at No. 3, and 1-3 at No. 4...Won back-to-back matches on Jan. 28 and Feb. 3 at North Dakota and vs. Nevada...All five of her wins came in straight sets...Was 4-6 overall in doubles play, including 4-2 against Big Sky opponents...Her four wins in doubles were the third most on the team...Two of her wins came with partner Sonya Gulnova (at North Dakota, at Northern Colorado) while the other two were with teammate Ana Loaiza Esquivias (at Idaho State, vs. Portland State)...All four wins came at the No. 3 doubles position.
SOPHOMORE (2017): All-Big Sky Honorable Mention...Went 13-9 overall and 10-1 in Big Sky singles play...Was 2-1 at No. 3, 5-7 at No. 4, 6-1 at No. 5...Had an eight-match winning streak...Won 10 singles matches in straight sets...Was 2-0 at No. 3 in Big Sky matches...Was named Big Sky Player of the Week on March 15 after going undefeated in singles and doubles in matches at San Diego State and UC Irvine...Was 10-15 overall and 6-5 in Big Sky play at No. 3 doubles...Led the team with six Big Sky doubles wins and tied for the team lead with 10 overall doubles victories...Was 8-8 overall and 5-4 in the Big Sky playing doubles with redshirt freshman Carolina Chernyetsky...The eight doubles wins for the pair was a team season best...Also won two doubles matches playing with freshman Sofia Gulnova...Had a four-match doubles winning streak...Was a team-best 8-3 in singles play in Fall tournaments, going 3-1 in the ITA Northwest Regional...Won a fall doubles match with Chernyetsky.
FRESHMAN (2016): Big Sky All-Academic...ITA Scholar Athlete...Went 3-9 overall and 1-4 in Big Sky singles play...Was 0-1 at No. 5 and 3-8 at No. 6...Earned a win in her first collegiate match, beating San Francisco's Jiayu Mu, 6-3, 6-3 at No. 6...Picked up first career Big Sky win beating Charity Sagiao of Southern Utah, 6-2, 6-4...Also had a win at No. 6 over Justine Deleval of No. 73 San Jose State...All singles wins came in straight sets...Forced a third set in three matches...Did not play doubles in the spring season but had a 2-6 fall doubles record playing with Saskia Angerer...Had two fall doubles wins against two pairs of players from UC Davis.
HIGH SCHOOL: Preparatoria Abierta Iberoamericana did not have a tennis team...Ranked as high as No. 341 in the world junior International Tennis Federation (ITF) Rankings...Totaled 13 career singles titles and eight doubles titles playing both nationally and internationally.
PERSONAL: Parents are Kurt Wicker and Ana Maria Velez...Father Kurt played table tennis internationally, reaching a US Open doubles final and winning several tournaments in South America and Europe as a Mexican national...Mother Ana is an international senior tennis player and has represented Mexico in three Senior World Tennis Championships...Majoring in nutrition and food and wants to become a registered dietitian specializing in sports nutrition.