Darya Maltseva
Darya  Maltseva

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Newmarket, Ontario

High School:
North Toronto CI/Dr. John M. Dension

Height:
5-5

Major:
International Relations


04/27/2018

OAKLAND ENDS SEASON WITH SETBACK TO WRIGHT STATE IN HORIZON LEAGUE TOURNAMENT

Golden Grizzlies win at No. 3 doubles, left three singles matches unfinished

04/26/2018

OAKLAND OPENS HORIZON LEAGUE TOURNAMENT AGAINST NO. 4 WRIGHT STATE

Golden Grizzlies and Raiders play on Fri., Apr. 27 at 11 a.m. on ESPN+

04/25/2018

MALTSEVA AND ARTAMONOVA EARN HORIZON LEAGUE HONORS

Maltseva named to first team and voted Freshman of the Year, Artamonova named to second team

04/22/2018

OAKLAND HOLDS OFF NKU TO CLOSE OUT REGULAR SEASON

Motea clinches match with three-set win at No. 3 singles

04/21/2018

OAKLAND HAS SETBACK AT WRIGHT STATE

Maltseva and Nilsson win singles matches

04/14/2018

Oakland at Detroit Mercy 4-14-18

Oakland Tennis at UDM - Franklin Racquet Club Photos by Jose Juarez

04/08/2018

Oakland Tennis vs CSU

Oakland vs Cleveland State Photos by Matt Boltz

04/07/2018

Women's Tennis vs YSU (4-7-18)

Women's Tennis vs YSU - Bloomfield Tennis & Fitness Photos by Jose Juarez

03/24/2018

Oakland vs UIC 3-24-18

Oakland Tennis vs UIC Photos by Jose Juarez

10/14/2017

2017 ITA Midwest Regional Championships

2017 ITA Midwest Regional Championships Oct. 13-16 Photos by Jose Juarez

High School:
▪ Played tennis for two years at North Toronto Collegiate Institute (NTCI) and two years at Dr. John M. Dennison Secondary School
▪ Named Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) Bronze medalist in doubles (2017) and mixed doubles (2015)
▪ Named tennis MVP in 2015 (NTCI) and in 2017 (Dennison)
▪ Won 2012 Provincial singles title along with two Provincial doubles titles
▪ Helped club tennis teams Veneto and Banbury to league titles

Academic Accomplishments: 
▪ Four-year honor roll selection
▪ Two-year student council member and class president

Personal: Full Name: Darya Maltseva
Birthdate: Feb. 6, 1999
Parents: Mother, Alla Koryukova and Father, Andrey Maltsev 
Siblings: Sister, Kristina
Major: International Relations

Top Three Reasons for Choosing Oakland:
1. Close to home and great environment
2. Competitive and supportive tennis team, knowledgeable and approachable coach
3. Great academics with International Relations major

Golden Grizzlies Photo Galleries