|Hometown:||Matsumoto City, Nagano, Japan|
|High School:||Heritage Academy|
PHOTO GALLERY (2016-17)
PHOTO GALLERY (2015-16)
Big West Athlete of the Week (Feb. 24, 2016)
Completed her rookie campaign with a 10-11 dual singles record playing at No. 4 (0-4) and No. 5 (10-7) in the lineup…in Big West Conference action held a mark of 3-4 in singles play…partnered with fellow freshman Karla Portalatin as the pair went 9-7 in dual doubles play at No. 2 (8-7) and No. 3 (1-0) in the lineup…went 2-2 against Big West doubles competition…was named the Big West Athlete of the Week on Feb. 24 after helping Cal State Fullerton to a pair of wins as she went undefeated in both singles (2-0) and doubles action (2-0). It was Makiba's 7-5, 6-4 victory over UC Davis’ Tiffany Pham that scored the fourth and match-deciding point for the Titans against the Aggies and she also outlasted Pacific's Sabrina Rodriguez, 7-6 (4), 6-4, helping fuel a 5-2 victory while winning both of her doubles matches with Portalatin…during the team’s program record eight-match win streak from Feb. 3-March 7 went 6-2 in singles action and 3-1 in doubles play…helped the Titans snap a 20-match losing streak to UC Irvine as Fullerton collected a 6-1 victory aided by her 7-5, 6-3 defeat of Mazy Watrous (04/02)…helped the Titans defeat San Diego State, 5-2, for the first time in 30 attempts as she and Portalatin scored a 6-3 victory over Kennedy Davis and Paola Diazde Regules at No. 2 doubles (01/23)… additional key victories included a 6-1 win over Wyoming that ended a six-match losing streak to the Cowgirls dating back to 2000 as she partnered with Portalatin to help the Titans sweep the doubles point with a 6-3 win over Dorottya Jonas and Miranda Talbert at No. 2 doubles (03/16).
A 2015 graduate of Hilton Head Island High School in South Carolina…played for head coach Marcos Ondruska at Van Der Meer Tennis Academy for over two years.
Born in Matsumoto City, Nagano, Japan…parents are Kunitada and Kayoko Makiba…has two siblings, Yuko and Takanori... career goals include never forgetting to appreciate, respecting people, and putting good sportsmanship first…wants to achieve a good balance between tennis and study and then wants to become a good player.