Stanford's Nicole Gibbs closed out the 2011-12 season in impressive fashion, winning her final 17 singles matches, including the NCAA Singles championship, to finish with an overall singles record of 41-5 in her sophomore campaign. Gibbs, named the 2012 Campbell/ITA National Women's College Player of the Year, put together a solid fall season that included claiming the 2011 USTA/ITA Northwest Regional Singles Championship. She picked up her level of play for the post-season in the spring, capturing the 2012 Pac-12 Singles Championship en route to being named the 2012 Pac-12 Women's Player of the Year. In the NCAA Women's Singles Championship, Gibbs defeated No. 1-ranked Allie Will of Florida in the semifinals and then outlasted teammate and doubles partner Mallory Burdette in the final to win the 2012 NCAA Women's singles crown. Gibbs earned ITA All-America honors for both singles and doubles in 2012, making her a four-time ITA All-American during her career.