Zarina Galvan was exceptional for the Huskers in her senior year, competing in the No. 1 singles position all season. Galvan compiled an impressive 18-15 record on the year, highlighted by a win streak of five matches and an 8-2 stretch early in the season. Her fantastic play was recognized by the rest of the league, earning her a spot on the All-Big Eight team. In doubles play, Galvan paired with four different teammates to produce a 10-13 record. She played 16 of her 23 doubles matches with fellow senior Heidi Junius, putting together a mark of 6-10 as a pair.
Galvan competed at the No. 1 singles spot and finished with an 11-16 overall record, 1-6 in the Big Eight. She finished the season by winning one of three matches at the Big Eight Championships. In doubles play, Galvan teamed with Heidi Junius at the No. 2 position and posted a record of 3-4.
Galvan attended Grossmont Junior College in San Diego, Calif., and finished first in the junior college singles and doubles championships in California. She was her team's MVP in 1990 and and won the sportsmanship award in 1991. During her time at Herbert Hoover High School, Galvan was voted MVP in 1986-87 and served as team captain from 1986-89.
Galvan is a native of San Diego, Calif., and is majoring in Spanish.