Olga Boulytcheva
Last School
Moscow Educational Center
Roster Years


  • Born in Moscow, Russia
  • Parents encouraged her to begin playing tennis when she was very young
  • Her favorite part of playing tennis is the feeling of winning
  • Her favorite tennis players are Maria Sharapova and Martina Hingis

Before BYU

  • Graduated from Moscow Educational Center
  • Played in regional tournaments all over Russia
  • Also competed in gymnastics and figure skating



Year Singles Doubles
2002-2003 12-9 19-2
2003-2004 22-7 10-4
2004-2005 25-8 26-5
2005-2006 25-10 27-2
Career 84-34 82-13
BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year 2002-2003

  • As a freshman, Boulytcheva finished the season with a 12-9 singles record and a doubles record of 18-2 while teaming with sophomore Rebecca Pike
Sophmore Year 2003-2004

  • In her sophomore season, Olga played a majority of the season at the number 4 singles spot notching 22 wins for the Cougars
  • Posted a 10-4 doubles record, playing a majority of her matches with junior Sofia Holden
Junior Year 2004-2005

  • Boulytcheva was the backbone of the 2004-2005 team
  • She played consistently all year long for the Cougars at the No. 2 singles spot racking up 18 regular season wins
  • She and teamate Sofia Holden went a remarkable 18-0 in doubles
  • Overall the Moscow native went 25-8 in singles and 26-5 in doubles
  • Named to the All-MWC team in singles
Senior Year 2005-2006

  • Advanced to the finals of the Women's Central Region Championships
  • Quarterfinalist at National Indoor Championships
  • Advanced to main draw of ITA All-American Championships
  • Started the regular season 5-0 and had a 10-match win streak in the middle of the season
  • Reached a No. 17 national ranking
  • Beat reigning NCAA Singles Champion Zuzana Zemenova in three sets at the USTA-ITA National Team Indoor Championships
  • Named MWC Player of the Week three times for her performances against Washington State and Washington, Wisconsin, and excellent play at the National Team Indoor Championships
  • Regular season record of 15-8
  • Teamed with Lauren Jones in doubles half way through the season where the two compiled a 14-0 record
  • All-Mountain West Conference in singles
  • Received an at-large berth in the NCAA Singles Championships
  • Named Central Region 2006 ITA Senior Player of the Year
Graduate Year

Redshirt Year

Medical Redshirt Year