2012-13: Received a spot on the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll for having a GPA of at least 3.0...Had one of the most memorable seasons in program history en route to being voted on to the All-C-USA First Team...Was the first Knight to be named to the C-USA first team...After going 6-8 in tournament play, was 16-5 at the No. 1 singles spot and went on to go 22-13...The 22 singles wins ranked in a tie for ninth on the UCF single-season chart...Had five triumphs against ranked players: No. 40 Britney Sanders (Notre Dame), twice vs. No. 68 Lauren Kline (Furman), No. 78 Ecaterina Vasenina (USF) and No. 81 Matea Cutura (DePaul)...Selected as the C-USA Player of the Week Feb. 12...Partnered with Josephine Haraldson all season long, racking up a 20-10 record...The duo fell one win shy of tying the UCF single-season doubles record of 21 victories...Went 13-5 at the No. 1 position, including a victory over No. 1 Florida's top doubles team...Won the Flight A doubles title at the Knights Invitational.
2011-12: Lorbergs finished the 2011-12 season with a 12-19 overall record for the Knights...Was 3-1 at the No. 2 spot and 6-10 at the No. 1 position...Ended season winning five out of her last eight...Wins came over Harvard, West Virginia, Stetson and No. 67 North Texas..Finished with a mark of 12-16 in doubles matches with partners Courtney Griffith and Alexis Rodriguez.
2010-11: Recorded a 10-17 record overall in singles play in her first full year as a Knight...Also recorded a 10-15 record in doubles play with partners Courtney Griffith and Jenny Frisell...Defeated No. 4 Michigan on March 5, topping Sam Crister, 4-6, 6-2, 10-5...Also defeated North Florida, Stetson, Iowa, Bethune-Cookman and Louisiana-Layfayette among others in singles play.
2009-10: Sat out the season due to transfer rules.
Prior to UCF: Graduated from McKinnon Secondary College in Victoria, Australia...Also participated in cross country, basketball, cricket, soccer and track and field...Represented her school at the Victorian State Championships in cross country and track and field...In 2007, honored by the Victorian Olympic Council for the International Pierre de Coubertin Award for her achievements in academics and sports and was chosen for the leadership role of School Sports Captain at McKinnon...Participated in the 2009 KIA Amateur Australian Open and claimed the doubles title while finishing as the runner-up in the singles event...In 2008, was selected to play in the highest level of competition in Australia with the Victorian State Grade Team named Beaumaris and earned the best results on her team...During the 2007 season, competed against teams from all the Australian States and Territories for the Victorian Secondary School's team...The squad also played in Perth, Western Australia, where she went undefeated and earned a spot on the Australian Merit Team for the second-consecutive year.
Personal: Born Genevieve Grace Lorbergs in Adelaide, Australia....Parents are Sigurds and Jane Lorbergs...Has three brothers, Tobijs, Kristian and Markus...Majoring in psychology.