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TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION 1............UGA Quick Facts/Media Info. 2013 SEASON OUTLOOK 2............Season Preview 4............Head Coach Jeff Wallace 6............Asst. Coach Drake Bernstein 7............Roster/Support Staff 2013 BULLDOGS 8............Kate Fuller 9............Lauren Herring 10..........Kelli Jordan 11..........Lilly Kimbell 12..........Maho Kowase 13..........Makenzie Craft 13..........Mia King 13..........Silvia Garcia 13..........Ayaka Okuno 2013 OPPONENTS 14..........Opponent Quick Facts 2012 IN REVIEW 14..........Season Review 15..........Statistics

GEORGIA TENNIS HISTORY 16..........Bulldog Records 17..........Georgia at NCAA Tournament 18-19 ....NCAA Tournament Results 20..........Grand Slam Titles & National Awards 21..........SEC Titles 23..........SEC Honors & Academic Awards 23..........All-Americans LETTERWINNERS AND RESULTS 26..........Letterwinners 27..........All-time Series Records 28..........Year-by-Year Results 32..........Endowments

UGA QUICK FACTS

Location: Athens, Ga. Founded: 1785 Enrollment: 34,667 Nickname: Bulldogs Conference: Southeastern Colors: Red & Black Tennis Facilities: Dan Magill Complex: Henry Feild Stadium (4,500), Lindsey Hopkins Indoor Courts (1,200), McWhorter Courts (300) President: Dr. Michael F. Adams Athletic Director: Greg McGarity Faculty Chairman: David Shipley Sr. Assoc. AD/SWA: Dr. Carla Williams Sport Administrator: Matt Brachowski Tennis Staff Head Coach: Jeff Wallace (UGA ‘85) Overall Record: 583-146 (27 years) Asst. Coach: Drake Bernstein (UGA ‘11) Graduate Manager: Will Reynolds (UGA ‘12) Student Coach: Alina Jerjomina Athletic Trainer: Tara Martin Tennis Office Manager: Jane Thomas Student Manager: Josh Lumsden Tennis Office/Fax: (706) 542-7995/7997 2012 Season Review Final Record (SEC): 24-5 (9-2/2nd East) Final Ranking: 6th; NCAA Finish: Quarterfinals Program History Overall Record: 763-249 (39 years) Team Grand Slam Titles: 5 2 NCAA, 3 National Indoor Individual Grand Slams: 9 (5 singles, 4 doubles) All-Americans: 27 with 89 honors Honda Award/Tennis Winners: 3 (1984, ’94, ’98) SEC Titles: 8 1983, ’89, ’90, ’94, ’00, ’02, ’07, ’09 SEC Tournament Titles: 6 1983, ’94, ’01, ’07, ’08, ’09

NCAA Appearances: 26 straight since 1987 NCAA Record: 64-24; Team Titles: 2 (1994, ’00) Singles Titles: 3; Lisa Spain (1984), Angela Lettiere (’94), Chelsey Gullickson (2010) UGA Sports Communications Sr. Assoc AD/Sports Communications: Claude Felton Tennis SID Contacts: Christopher Lakos, Michael Terry SCD Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1472, Athens, Ga. 30603 SCD Phone/Fax: (706) 542-1621/9339

CREDITS

The 2013 University of Georgia women’s tennis media guide is produced by the UGA Sports Communications Office. Editors: Christopher Lakos, Michael Terry. Photography: Evan Stichler, Wes Blankenship, Evey Wilson, Bill Kallenberg, Rick Limpert, Ashley Strickland, Parker Moore, Wesley Hitt, Ashley Connell, Amanda C. Melton, Lesley Onstott, Julianne Upchurch, Kelly Wegel, Dennis Echols, Phillip Faulkner, Steven Colquitt, Tony Fox, Perry McIntyre, Dan Evans, Robert Newcomb, Cheri Wranosky, Mike Holliday, Julie Wrege of TennisRecruiting. net, Radi Nabulsi, Bob Rives, Donovan Eason, Don Alschuler, Blane Marable. Printing: EBSCO Media.

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2013 Season Preview

GEORGIA LOOKING TO BREAK THROUGH IN 2013

Georgia enters the 2013 season looking to make a deep run matches and beat some really good players this fall. Kate has jumped into the 2013 NCAA tournament. The Bulldogs return five players who into the rankings at No. 54 and had a super solid fall. And Makenzie, account for nearly 70 percent of the team’s 2011-12 singles wins and who was the one freshman that joined us in the fall, is ranked No. 76. almost 60 percent of the team’s doubles victories So the fall was good, but we know that all of the big stuff is in front of Georgia has more to look forward to than just what it has us from January until May. There’s a lot of work that still needs to be put returning. The Bulldogs welcome four newcomers, including three in. We have some new players that we’re excited about, and I’m just that arrived on campus in January. Makenzie Craft, a blue chip looking forward to getting the year started. recruit from Frisco, Texas, was the lone freshman to arrive in Athens in August. She sported a 9-6 record through the fall to be ranked No. Q: Georgia enters the spring with some high expectations after 76 in the season’s first ITA rankings. Mia King (Charlotte, N.C.), Ayaka coming in at No. 6 in the preseason ITA rankings. How do you help Okuno (Osaka, Japan) and Silvia Garcia (Madrid, Spain) all joined the the team temper those expectations? squad in January fresh off their respective juniors’ campaigns. Wallace: In a way you don’t want to. You want to ride high on those The fall featured many highlights for Georgia: expectations and realize it’s a privilege. Our expectation is to always • Sophomore do well and be Lauren Herring, up there in the who went 17-2 rankings, but we in singles, and realize that the only claimed the ranking that really singles title at counts and is really the ITA Southimportant is the last east Regional one of the season. in Tampa, Fla. That’s where our In doubles, she eyes are set— claimed the removing towards gional title with the end of the year. Kate Fuller. We are going to • Junior Maho focus a lot more Kowase sported on the process and a 17-5 record, what it takes day in including 7-4 and day out to be against ranked successful. That’s opponents. In what we did in the (Left to Right): Makenzie Craft, Silvia Garcia, Maho Kowase, Kate Fuller, October, she knocked fall and I think good Kelli Jordan, Lauren Herring, Lilly Kimbell, Ayaka Okuno, Mia King off Cal’s fifth-ranked results reflected that. Zsofi Susanyi 6-3, 6-1. So we want to mirror • In doubles, Georgia notched a combined team-record of 22-8. that scenario and keep working on our games. Georgia women’s tennis head coach Jeff Wallace, entering his 28th season at the helm of the program, talked about the fall and his Q: Former All-American and singles champion Chelsey Gullickson expectations for the upcoming dual match season: finished up her eligibility in the spring. How do you replace someone like that? Q: Georgia returns five players this year. How much does that Wallace: It’s hard. We’ve had some great players like that before. help entering the spring? Shannon McCarthy was probably one of the first ones. And you just Wallace: I think that our fall went really well with our returners. I think sit there and wonder ‘how are we ever going to replace a Shannon that has set us up for a really good year. Everyone worked hard on McCarthy?’ and then Angela Lettiere comes along and you say the their matches and played hard in the tournaments this fall, which same thing and then Marissa Catlin comes along and then Aarthi helped to develop a lot of confidence. Now, from here forward, we’re Venkatesan comes along. There have been a lot of great players but going to focus on making that carry over to the spring season. somebody steps up and that’s what it’s all about. Every year you want Lauren jumped up to No. 8 in the country. She won 17 matches everyone to be thinking that they’re the one that has to step it up and and only lost two this fall in singles which was a great effort. Maho get better. Sometimes you do it with one person stepping up and really has the highest ranking she’s ever had at No. 18. She won a ton of making some good jumps in their game, and sometimes you do it with

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2013 Season Preview three or four players stepping up and making jumps in their games. That’s what we want to try to have this team do—have everyone play to the top of their abilities as much as they can. Q: Who are you looking to for leadership this spring? Wallace: I think we have great leadership. They all lead in different ways and that’s what’s so exciting about this team. I think that leadership isn’t going to be an issue with us. We have a really good team that seems to make good choices and really get along. They’re engaged in what we’re trying to accomplish. I think the maturity is there and now we just need to keep focusing on work and getting better each day to get ready for these matches. Q: Freshman Makenzie Craft joined the team in the fall—what has it been like working with her? Wallace: It’s great. She had a really good fall and she’s fun to work with. Sometimes it can be lonely when you’re the only freshman but at the same time it’s good because you can get a lot of attention. Now all of a sudden she’s got three other freshmen with her and we’re all excited about that. Q: Let’s talk about the January enrollees. Mia King, Ayaka Okuno and Silvia Garcia have all joined the team. What are your expectations for them? Wallace: It’s really exciting to have them here in Athens. They’re all fired up and bring a ton of energy and the returning players are excited to have them join the group. We finally have a full squad. They’re great players and are going to fit in very nicely. I feel like they can all play singles and all play doubles and are hard workers. They all love the Red and Black and are here for the right reasons. They love this program and want it to be successful while getting a great education. It’s exciting and I’m thrilled they’re all here. Each day they’re going to get a lot better. Q: With a roster of nine, it seems like there will be a lot of depth on this team. How and when does that help? Wallace: It helps all through the year. First, I think that it helps to keep everyone on their toes and working hard in practice and realizing they have to bring it every day. Second, I think it’s always good to know that if somebody gets sick or gets injured, that you have somebody that can fill in. Third, if you look at a lot of our most successful seasons, we’ve done really well in “The Pit” (Courts 4, 5, 6) and its nice to know that you’re going to be competitive and favored to win on those courts. I think that adding depth to a roster really helps to win championships. Q: How do you attack playing in a conference like the SEC? Wallace: It’s a grind, but it’s a fun grind. It’s the best conference in college tennis. You have to bring it every single time that you go out to the courts and there are no weekends off, but that’s what makes it exciting. You know you’re going to put in a hard day’s work and earn everything you get, but at the end of the season if you’re fortunate enough to come out on top, you know that you went through the ultimate grind and had that success that you dreamed about at the beginning of the year.

2013 GEORGIA SCHEDULE JANUARY 18-20 Georgia Invitational All Day 27 ^Columbia 2 p.m. 28 ^Okla. State or Ga. State 2 p.m. FEBRUARY 2 @ Clemson 11 a.m. 8-11 @ National Team Indoors All Day (Charlottesville, Va.) 23 Ga. Tech Noon MARCH 2 @ *Tennessee 8 *Ole Miss 10 *Miss. State 12 Notre Dame 15 @ *Florida 17 @ *South Carolina 22 *Vanderbilt 24 *Kentucky 29 @ *Missouri 31 @ *Texas A&M APRIL 5 *LSU 7 *Arkansas 12 @ *Auburn 14 @ *Alabama 18-21 @ SEC Tournament (Starkville, Miss.)

Noon 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m 6 p.m. Noon 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m 2 p.m. All Day

MAY 10-12 NCAA 1st/2nd Rounds (Sites TBA) 16-21 NCAA Round 16-Finals (Champaign, Ill.) 22-27 NCAA Singles & Doubles (Champaign, Ill.) Note: ^ITA Kickoff Weekend *denotes SEC match; all times ET and subject to change

Q: Former UGA men’s tennis standout and Alabama women’s tennis assistant coach Drake Bernstein joined the program this year as the assistant coach. What’s it been like working with him so far? Wallace: Drake’s been fantastic. He’s really engaged and has done a great job. His enthusiasm is contagious. He’s a true Bulldog. He played here and now he’s out there coaching and wants these ladies to have the same experience that he had when he was here. We’re fortunate to have him, and I’m excited to see him continue to progress as a coach.

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Head Coach Jeff Wallace

JEFF WALLACE Head Coach 28th Season

As the nation’s winningest active women’s tennis coach, Jeff Wallace has built the Georgia Bulldogs in to one of the elite college programs that both wins and plays host to NCAA Championships. The 2013 season marks his 28th year with the Bulldogs. In 2009 following another memorable campaign when Georgia advanced to its 10th NCAA Final Four, Wallace became the first person to ever be named the Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Coach of the Year four times. The 2010 season featured Chelsey Gullickson winning the NCAA singles title at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. The past two years, Georgia has finished the year ranked in the top eight after reaching the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships.

Proven Winner

During his tenure, Wallace’s squads have claimed two NCAA championships, three USTA/ITA National Team Indoor titles and seven Southeastern Conference crowns. A four-time National Coach of the Year recipient and four-time SEC Coach of the Year, Wallace’s career record entering the 2013 season is 583-146. His .800 winning percentage is the best among active Division I coaches with a minimum of 500 victories. Wallace’s teams are the picture of consistency. With the 2012 NCAA bid, Georgia has appeared in 26 straight NCAA Tournaments and has advanced to the “Final Four” 10 times. Only once during his time as coach of the Bulldogs has the team missed the NCAA Tournament, and that was his first year back in 1986.

Playing/Coaching Career

A 1985 graduate of the University of Georgia, Wallace capped his playing career under legendary Bulldog head coach Dan Ma-

gill in 1984 after winning the SEC singles title at the No. 6 spot. The very next season, his first as coach of the Bulldogs, Wallace led a struggling team up the path of respectability by posting a 20-9 mark and landing a spot in the final Volvo Tennis/ITCA Top 25 poll. In 1987, just two years removed from a losing record, Georgia advanced to the national championship match. Although they didn’t win it that year, the Bulldogs would have their day.

1994 NCAA Champions

GEORGIA SUCCESS UNDER WALLACE ENTERING 2013 1994 and 2000 NCAA Team Championships

1994, 1995 and 2002 USTA/ITA Indoor Team Titles Bulldogs have won Eight Grand Slam Titles Two HONDA Award winners for Tennis One College Tennis Player of the Year Three National Senior-of-the-Year selections 27 Bulldog All-Americans honored 89 times 49 Bulldogs on the SEC Academic Honor Roll 84 times 38 Bulldogs selected to the All-SEC First Team 82 times

The 1994 season ranks as one of the most dominant ever in women’s tennis history. It found Georgia on the champion’s pedestal in every major team tournament possible: NCAA Champions, USTA/ITA National Team Indoor Champions, and SEC regular season and tournament champions. Top that all off with a 27-2 overall record including a perfect 14-0 SEC mark and a season sweep of arch-rival Florida and it’s easy to see why Wallace was named coach of the year.

2000 NCAA Champions

The 2000 Bulldogs went 27-2, winning the Southeastern Conference title and the NCAA National Championship. In the title match on the campus of Pepperdine, Georgia dethroned the defending champion Stanford Cardinal 5-4, snapping a 48-match winning streak. Wallace was named the Wilson/ITA National Coach of the Year.

USTA/ITA National Team Indoors

Under Wallace, the Bulldogs have been among the most successful teams at the USTA/ ITA National Team Indoor Championships. The annual event attracts the nation’s finest programs. The Bulldogs have won the title three times (1994, 1995, 2002) and have reached at least the semifinals 14 times.

Developing Talent

His record for developing players and having them maximize their potential has been

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evident throughout his tenure. For example, Agata Cioroch arrived from Poland in 2001 and played No. 5 for the Bulldogs as a freshman. Two years later, she became Georgia’s top talent and in 2004 was the No. 1-ranked player in college tennis for much of the season. Cioroch concluded her career as a five-time All-American with two grand slam singles titles. Strong doubles teams are a key component for a successful college tennis team. There have been six Bulldog tandems under Wallace to finish the season ranked No. 1. Georgia tennis has thrived under Wallace. While the depth of talent can vary each season, the results remain consistent. This was no more evident than in 2002. Despite having only one player earn All-America honors, Georgia went undefeated during the regular season, won the USTA/ITA National Team Indoor title, the


Head Coach Jeff Wallace SEC championship and advanced to the NCAA “Final Four.” The 2002 squad finished with a 26-2 record and final national ranking of No. 3. Georgia went 13-0 at home and extended its home winning streak to 50 straight. In 2009, two of Georgia’s top players were freshmen: Chelsey Gullickson and Nadja Gilchrist, and by the end of the year they had earned All-America honors. Gullickson was named the ITA National Rookie of the Year, advanced to the NCAA Singles semifinals and tied a school record with 69 combined wins. Gullickson and Gilchrist became the first freshmen in school history to play No. 1 doubles in the lineup.

500-WIN CLUB #1: Oct. 5, 1985: Beat Wisconsin 6-3 in Columbia, S.C. #100: Feb. 3, 1990: Beat Okla. State 5-1 in Miami, Fla. #200: April 19, 1994: Beat Auburn 6-0 in Athens, Ga. #300: April 2, 1999: Beat Tennessee 5-1 in Knoxville, Tenn. #400: April 19, 2003: Beat #10 Kentucky 4-1 in Knoxville, Tenn. #500: May 10, 2008 : Beat #33 S. Carolina 4-0 in Athens, Ga. Year 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total

W 20 26 22 24 23 25 22 20 27 23 13 18 21 24 27 23 26 19 20 18 13 24 22 27 13 19 24 583

THE WALLACE RECORD

L 9 5 7 4 4 5 6 6 2 4 14 5 5 4 2 5 2 5 5 8 10 2 5 3 9 5 5 146

Pct. .690 .840 .759 .857 .852 .833 .786 .769 .931 .852 .481 .783 .791 .857 .931 .821 .929 .792 .800 .692 .565 .923 .815 .900 .591 .792 .852 .800

Ranking No. 22 No. 6 No. 7 No. 4 No. 6 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 1 No. 3 No. 14 No. 6 No. 4 No. 5 No. 1 No. 5 No. 3 No. 7 No. 7 No. 9 No. 25 No. 4 No. 8 No. 3 No.18 No. 8 No. 6

NCAA Finish ----Finalist Quarterfinalist Semifinalist Quarterfinalist Semifinalist Quarterfinalist Quarterfinalist National Champions Semifinalist Regional Finalist Round of 16 Semifinalist Quarterfinalist National Champions Semifinalist Semifinalist Quarterfinalist Quarterfinalist Quarterfinalist Round of 32 Quarterfinals Round of 16 Semifinalist Round of 32 Quarterfinalist Quarterfinalist

In 2010, the pair earned All-America honors again and Gullickson became the second Bulldog to win an NCAA singles title in Athens under Wallace and the third overall in the history of the program. She would finish her career in 2012 as the school’s first ever eight-time All-American and own the record for victories. Meanwhile, Lauren Herring became the fourth Bulldog under Wallace to be named SEC Freshman of the Year and the sophomore All-SEC tandem of Maho Kowase and Lilly Kimbell posted a school record of their own by going 22-0 at No. 3.

Success in Wallace Era

In 23 of the past 27 seasons, Georgia has finished with a top 10 national ranking including No. 1 in 1994 and 2000. In the Wallace era, seven Bulldogs have won grand slam titles, two have won the Honda-Broderick Award/tennis, 27 Bulldogs have earned All-America honors 89 times, and 49 different Bulldogs have been listed on the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

Family

A native of Portland, Ore., Wallace is married to the former Sabina Marie Horne. They have two children, Brittany Sabina (24) and Jarryd Jeffrey (22). Brittany is a graduate of Valdosta State and working in Atlanta while Jarryd is training full-time as a sprinter for the U.S. Paralympic Team. Jarryd competed in the 2012 Paralympics in London. In November of 2011, Jarryd captured a gold medal in the 100m race at the Parapan American Games in Mexico as a member of the United States Paralympic Team. Sabina, a former All-SEC distance runner at Georgia, was inducted into the North Bay (Ontario, Canada) Sports Hall of Fame in 1996. She has continued to run competitively and has helped Wallace train for road races and marathons. Sabina is the track representative for Georgia’s “G” club, an alumni association for University of Georgia letter-winners. Also, Wallace received the 2002 Distinguished Alumni Award from the Recreation and Leisure Studies department of the University of Georgia’s College of Education.

THE WALLACE ERA

• 2 NCAA Team Titles: 1994, 2000 • 3 National Indoor Team Titles 1994, 1995, 2002 • 7 SEC Titles 1989, 1990, 1994, 2000, 2002, 2007, 2009 • 6 SEC Tournament Titles 1989, 1994, 2001, 2007, 2008, 2009 • 4-Time ITA National Coach-Of-The-Year 1991, 1994, 2000, 2009 • 3-Time REGIONAL Coach-Of-The-Year 1990, 1994, 2000 • 5-Time SEC Coach-Of-The-Year 1989, 1990, 1992, 1994, 2007

The Wallace Family: Jarryd, Jeff, Sabina and Brittany

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Tennis Staff Assistant Coach Drake Bernstein Drake Bernstein - a member of the 2008 national champion Georgia men's tennis team - was named the UGA assistant women's tennis coach in July of 2012. A native of Winder, Ga., Bernstein returns to Georgia after spending the past season as an assistant coach for the University of Alabama women's tennis team. The Crimson Tide finished the season ranked 11th - their highest final ranking in program history. Alabama posted an 18-5 record, claimed the SEC Western Division with a 10-1 league mark and played host to an NCAA Regional for the first time in school history. Bernstein graduated from the University of Georgia in May 2011 with a degree in sports studies. He compiled a career record of 112-44 in singles and 84-56 in doubles. He is one of only 14 players in Bulldog history to win over 100 career singles matches. As a senior, he earned All-SEC Second Team honors and was the recipient of the Dick Copas Leadership Award while serving as a team captain. The Georgia men's tennis team reached the NCAA semifinals in three of Bernstein's four seasons in Athens including the national championship run in 2008. Bernstein enjoyed a stellar prep career at Winder-Barrow High School, registering an 82-1 record that included 79 consecutive victories. He was named the 2007 Athens Banner-Herald Boys Tennis Player of the Year and was a three-time Athens Banner-Herald All-Northeast Georgia selection. He helped Winder-Barrow to its first state tournament appearance in 2006 and again in 2007.

Graduate Manager Will Reynolds

Will Reynolds joined the Georgia women’s tennis staff as Graduate Manager in August 2012. Reynolds played for the Bulldogs from 2009 to 2012 while earning a bachelor of arts in communication studies. Reynolds was named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in 2012, and was twice named to the SEC Honor Roll. Reynolds was part of the 2011-2012 L.E.A.D (Leadership Education and Development) class at UGA for student-athletes. Participants are chosen based on academic and athletic success, leadership, campus and community service involvement, and recommendations of head coaches and academic counselors. On the court, he saw significant action as a freshman, winning six singles matches and two doubles throughout the fall and spring. By the end of the spring season, he was a regular at No. 6 singles. Reynolds is currently pursuing his Master’s of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in Social Studies Education and resides in Athens with his wife, Ashley.

Background

Birthdate: Aug. 28, 1989 Birthplace: Charleston, S.C. Education: B.S. in Sports Studies, Univ. Georgia, 2011

Playing Experience

• 2008-2011 University of Georgia • Member 2008 NCAA & SEC Champions that went 27-3 • Member 2011 SEC Co-Champions that went 24-6 • 2011 All-SEC Second Team • Career Record: 112-44 in singles, 84-56 in doubles

Coaching Experience

• 2011-2012 Asst. Coach, University of Alabama (18-5, ITA Ranking: #11; SEC Western Division Champions) • 2012-current Asst. Coach, University of Georgia

Student Coach Alina Jerjomina

Alina Jerjomina will serve as a student coach this season after playing for the Bulldogs the past two years. A finance major, she earned an ITA Scholar-Athlete award in 2012 and twice has been named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll. Jerjomina has posted a 20-18 career singles record and 12-8 in doubles. In 2012, she helped the team to a 24-5 record and the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships. The squad finished with a No. 6 national ranking. In 2011, she was a part of the Georgia squad that went 19-5, advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals and ended up ranked No. 8.

Year 2011 2012 Total

CAREER RECORD FOR JERJOMINA

Overall 14-6 6-12 20-18

Doubles 2011 6-6 2012 6-2 Total 12-8

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TmDual 3-0 4-3 7-3

#1 0-0 0-0 0-0

#2 0-0 0-0 0-0

#3 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 3-2 3-2

0-0 1-0 1-0

0-0 2-2 2-2

0-0 0-0 0-0

#4 0-0 0-0 0-0

#5 1-0 0-0 1-0

#6 2-0 4-3 6-0


2013 Team Roster & Support Staff NAME Makenzie Craft Kate Fuller Silvia Garcia Lauren Herring Kelli Jordan Lilly Kimbell Mia King Maho Kowase Ayaka Okuno PRONUNCIATION Maho Kowase Ayaka Okuno

HT 5-5 5-9 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-5 5-7

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HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Frisco, Texas (Home School) Suwanee, Ga. (Keystone National HS) Madrid, Spain (IES Ortega & Gasset) Greenville, N.C. (Kaplan HS) Tifton, Ga. (Tiftarea Academy) New Braunfels, Texas (New Braunfels HS) Hendersonville, North Carolina (Home School) Kashiwa, Chiba, Japan (Shibuya Makuhari HS) Osaka, Japan (California Virtual Academy)

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COACHING STAFF: Head Coach: Jeff Wallace Asst. Coach: Drake Bernstein Graduate Manager: Will Reynolds Student Coach: Alina Jerjomina Athletic Trainer: Tara Martin Strength & Conditioning: Katrin Koch

UGA Administration And Tennis Support Staff

Dr. Carla Williams Sr. Assoc. AD/ Student Services SWA

Chris Williamson Event Management

Matt Brachowski Asst. AD/ Event Management Women’s Tennis Administrator

Rachel Jones Academic Counselor

Christopher Lakos Sports Communications

Michael Terry Sports Communications

Dr. MIchael F. Adams University President

David Shipley Faculty Athletics Representative

Greg McGarity Director of Athletics

Katrin Koch Strength and Conditioning

Jane Thomas Tennis Office Manager

Tara Martin Athletic Trainer

Michael Gett Promotions Assistant

Josh Lumsden Student Manager

Maria Breen Sports Nutritionist

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2013 Bulldogs

KATE FULLER Junior 5-9 Suwanee, Ga. Keystone National HS

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2011-12)

• Helped team to a 24-5 record and advance to the NCAA quarterfinals ending with a final ranking of No. 6 • Earned All-SEC 2nd Team honors • 27-12 in singles and ranked No. 96 and 30-14 in doubles including No. 46 with Nadja Gilchrist with a 4-2 mark • Named to the NCAA Championships All-Tournament Team at No. 1 doubles with Nadja Gilchrist • Had four match-clinching wins including three-set comeback over Alex Anghelescu to beat rival Georgia Tech 4-3 in Atlanta • Registered three-set win over No. 21 ranked Jillian O’Neill (Ga. Tech) in fall action • Named to SEC Community Service Team • Named an ITA Scholar Athlete and to the SEC Academic Honor Roll • Recipient of the UGAAA Women’s Tennis Scholarship Endowment • ITA preseason doubles ranking of No. 20 with Lauren Herring • Serves as one of the tennis representatives on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (S.A.A.C)

FRESHMAN SEASON (2010-11)

• An ITA All-American in doubles with Chelsey Gullickson, duo went 17-6 and advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals • Final ITA doubles ranking of No. 8 • Posted an 18-10 singles record including 12-4 in dual matches and clinched two team wins; Went 26-13 overall in doubles including 14-5 at No. 1 in the lineup • Earned All-SEC Second Team honors and named to the SEC Community Service team for superior service efforts • Earned SEC Freshman of the Week honors in March after going a combined 4-0 in wins over Butler and No. 24 Yale • Helped team post a 19-5 record, advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals and a final national ranking of No. 8 • Selected to the Dean William Tate Honor Society, which is the most prestigious honor a UGA freshman may receive and is based on leadership, scholarship and service. It is a four-year commitment with annual service projects and spring philanthropy. • Serves as one of the tennis representatives on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (S.A.A.C) • Recipient of the UGA Athletic Association Women’s Tennis Scholarship Endowment

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL

• Solid junior career and gained experience in a variety of international junior tournaments • Trained at the Windward Tennis Academy in Alpharetta, Ga., under coach Cannon Campbell and completed degree requirements

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through Keystone National HS • A Blue Chip recruit and #38 overall in the Top 100 by Tennis Recruiting. Net • Finalist at the 2009 Girls 18s USTA Winter National Championships • Combined ranking of #11 in the final 2008 USTA Girls 18s and #25 in 2009 • 2008 Georgia Junior Tennis Player of the Year • 2008 Recipient of the Bill Ozaki Junior Sportsmanship Award for the Southern Section of the USTA • Finished as one of the top two USTA National 16 and under players in 2007 and earned a special exemption into the main draw of two ITF tournaments • Ranked as high as #149 in the ITF Junior Rankings

PERSONAL

• Born: Jan. 9, 1992 in Marion, Ohio • Parents: Jim and Jane Fuller • Major: Marketing • Family: Has two older sisters who played collegiate tennis, Kari at Presbyterian and Kristen at Jacksonville State

Year 2011 2012 Total

CAREER RECORD FOR FULLER

Overall 18-10 27-12 45-22

Doubles 2011 26-13 2012 30-14 Total 56-27

TmDual 12-4 15-8 27-12

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17-5 17-10 34-15

14-5 4-4 18-9

2-0 13-4 15-4

1-0 0-0 1-0

#4 1-0 1-1 2-1

#5 5-1 11-7 16-8

#6 6-3 3-0 9-3


2013 Bulldogs

LAUREN HERRING Sophomore 5-7 Greenville, N.C. Kaplan HS

FRESHMAN SEASON (2011-12)

• Helped team to a 24-5 record and advance to the NCAA quarterfinals ending with a final ranking of No. 6 • Named ITA Southeast Region Rookie of the Year • Selected as SEC Freshman of the Year, All-SEC and Freshman AllSEC • Ranked No. 70 in singles with a 29-8 record including 13-3 at No. 2; Went a 27-12 doubles record including 12-4 at No. 2 with Kate Fuller • Member of All-SEC First Team • Named an ITA Scholar Athlete and to the SEC Academic Honor Roll • Team-leading seven match-clinching victories including 4-3 thriller at Vanderbilt and 4-0 decision over College of Charleston in NCAA First Round • Named SEC Freshman of the Week after helping Bulldogs post SEC road wins over Kentucky and Vanderbilt • Preseason ranked No. 7 nationally among freshmen/newcomers by the ITA and No. 20 in doubles with Kate Fuller

Boca Raton, Fla. • First started playing tennis in 2000 when she was seven and by 2005, she was the nation’s top-ranked singles and doubles player in the USTA 12s age division • Claimed national titles in the USTA 14s, 16s and 18s • Ranked as high as #800 in singles and #856 in doubles in the women’s ITF rankings and a combined ranking of #60 in the ITF juniors

PERSONAL

• Born July 23, 1993 in Greenville, N.C. • Parents: C.L. and Debbie Herring • Major: Sociology & Psychology • Family: has a twin brother Charlie who played baseball at N.C. State, has one older brother Jeff and an older sister Kristie.

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL

• Exceptional junior career and gained experience in a variety of international junior tournaments • Trained at The Racquet Club of the South in Norcross, Ga., with Brian Devilliers and Grant Stafford and completed degree require ments through Kaplan HS • Won nine U.S. National Junior tennis titles in her career and com peted in the main draw doubles at the 2010 US Open in New York after winning the Girls 18s National Hard Court title • Captured a United States Tennis Association (USTA) pro circuit event singles title in Amelia Island in 2010 as an unseeded player, winning all five matches in straight sets • A Blue Chip recruit and No. 2 overall in the top 100 for 2011 by Tennis Recruiting.Net • Spent the summer of 2011 playing in European tournaments including Wimbledon Juniors in England and events in Germany and Bel gium • Spent two years during her junior career at the USTA Training Center in

Year 2012 Total

CAREER RECORD FOR HERRING

Overall 29-8 29-8

Doubles 2012 27-12 Total 27-12

TmDual 17-4 17-4

#1 0-0 0-0

#2 13-3 13-3

#3 3-0 3-0

14-6 14-6

1-2 0-0

13-4 13-4

0-0 0-0

#4 1-1 1-1

#5 0-0 0-0

#6 0-0 0-0

Herring clinched seven matches for the Bulldogs during the 2012 campaign.

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2013 Bulldogs

KELLI JORDAN Senior 5-5 Tifton, Ga. Tiftarea Academy

JUNIOR SEASON (2011-12)

•Helped Georgia to a 13-9 record and final national ranking of No. 18

• Helped team to a 24-5 record and advance to the NCAA quarterfinals ending with a final ranking of No. 6 • Went 0-2 in fall tournament action and did not play in any team dual matches. • Named an ITA Scholar Athlete and to the SEC Academic Honor Roll • Winner of the UGA Scholar Athlete Award for women’s tennis • Provides depth in the lineup

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2010-11)

• Born: Jan. 13, 1991 in Tifton, Ga. • Parents: Darrell and Cathy Jordan • Major: Pre-Medicine, and has been accepted to Medical College of Georgia-Athens Campus • Family: Has one younger brother, Brian

•Registered a 2-1 singles record and 2-0 in doubles • Notched first career singles win over Sarah Snodgrass (Kansas State) in the Georgia Invitational • Went 1-0 in doubles with Alina Jerjomina and 1-0 with Nadja Gilchrist • Named ITA Scholar-Athlete and to SEC Academic Honor Roll • Winner of the UGA Scholar Athlete Award for women’s tennis • Helped team post a 19-5 record, advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals and a final national ranking of No. 8

FRESHMAN SEASON (2009-10)

•Joined the team in 2010 and posted an 0-1 record in singles and 0-1 in doubles •Made Bulldog debut at No. 3 doubles with Lara Fakhoury against Ga. Tech on March 20 and also played No. 6 singles •SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll member

•A graduate of Tiftarea Academy where she played for Neta Sparks, also trained under Brennon Sewell •Captured the GISA state championship in doubles in 2009 •Claimed the GISA state championship in singles in 2006

PERSONAL

Year 2010 2011 2012 Total

CAREER RECORD FOR JORDAN

Overall 0-1 2-1 0-2 2-4

Doubles 2010 0-1 2011 2-0 2012 0-0 Total 2-1

TmDual 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1

#1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

#2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

#3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1

Georgia Coaches’ Pledge

These student-athletes are entrusted to my care. I will train them to the best of my ability. I will develop them into smartly disciplined, physically fit, highly trained athletes thorthoroughly indoctrinated in love for the Georgia Bulldogs who reprepresent the University of Georgia and the athletic program in the highest possible manner. perI will encourage our athletes and insist that they perform to the best of their ability in the classroom as well as in the arena of competitive athletics. I will require of them, and demonstrate by my own example, the highest standards of in integrity, personal conduct, morality, sportsmanship and profes professional skill.

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#4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

#5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

#6 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1


2013 Bulldogs

LILLY KIMBELL Junior 5-6 New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels HS

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2011-12)

• Helped team to a 24-5 record and advance to the NCAA quarterfinals ending with a final ranking of No. 6 • An All-SEC 2nd Team selection • Owns school record for Consecutive Doubles Victories with Maho Kowase; the duo had a 21-match winning streak; 23-2 as a tandem including 21-0 at No. 3 • Exception doubles player with a 31-5 record, playing mainly with Maho Kowase and paired with senior Chelsey Gullickson to go 5-0 and win ITA Southeast Regional Fall Tournament • 23-9 in singles including 18-4 in dual matches and is 11-2 at No. 6 • Notched impressive three-set win over Florida’s No. 68th ranked Alex Cercone in finals of SEC Tournament • Named to All-SEC Tournament team in doubles with Maho Kowase • Clinched team victory in 7-0 shutout of Miss. State • Served as one of the tennis representatives on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (S.A.A.C) • Recipient of Leighton Ballew Women’s Tennis Scholarship Endowment • ITA preseason singles ranking of No. 123

FRESHMAN SEASON (2010-11)

• An All-SEC Second Team selection after going 26-10 in singles and 27-13 in doubles • Final ITA ranking of No. 46 in doubles with Nadja Gilchrist; Was ranked as high as No. 95 in singles and No. 37 in doubles with Gilchrist • Posted a 16-5 record in dual matches including 10-1 in the SEC • Led the team with five match-clinching victories including a three-set win over Dominika Kanakova to rally Georgia past South Carolina 4-3 • Went 12-5 in doubles with Maho Kowase including winning the HEB Baylor Fall Invitational • Posted a 10-5 mark with Nadja Gilchrist including 6-2 at No. 2, also had impressive win over No. 2 ranked Alabama duo of Guarachi/ McLane in consolation draw at the All-American Championships • Helped team post a 19-5 record, advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals and a final national ranking of No. 8 • Recipient of Leighton Ballew Women’s Tennis Scholarship Endowment

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL

• A Blue Chip recruit and ranked #4 overall on the Top 100, according to Tennis Recruiting.Net. • A graduate of New Braunfels where she played for David Mueller. Also trained at the John Newcombe Tennis Ranch in New Braunfels under coaches Phil Hendrie, Pat Harrison and parents. • Named 2010 National High School Senior Athlete of the Year for women’s tennis by National High School Coaches Association.

• Most decorated high school tennis player in Texas high school history, winning four straight individual titles at the 4A/5A level. Only the ninth female in Texas high school history to win four state singles titles. Also she never lost a set in four state tournaments. • Led the Unicorns to three team tennis titles from 2007-09 as they won 75 straight matches including 120 out of 123 in her prep career. • USTA tournament titles include the Hardcourt Nationals 16s, the Orange Bowl 16s (singles & doubles) in 2007, and multiple USTA National Open titles in each age group from the 12s to the 18s. • 2009 Mary Lowden Award, which is given by the USTA Texas Section to a player who demonstrates citizenship, leadership and sportsmanship. • Combined (singles & doubles) ranking of No. 3 in the USTA Girls 18s. • Four-time recipient of the San Antonio Express Player of the Year. • Featured on the cover in March 2009 issue of ESPN Rise, a magazine about high school sports. • Won 2010 ITA Summer Southwest Regional singles and doubles event.

PERSONAL

• Born: Nov. 1, 1991 and originally from Vancouver, Washington • Parents: Judy Kimbell and Tim Gillas and Robert Kimbell • Major: Human Development & Family Science • Family: Has one younger sister, Samantha

Year 2011 2012 Total

CAREER RECORD FOR KIMBELL

Overall 26-10 23-9 49-19

Doubles 2011 27-13 2012 31-5 Total 58-18

TmDual 16-5 18-4 34-9

#1 0-0 0-0 0-0

#2 0-0 0-0 0-0

#3 4-1 0-0 4-1

14-8 22-0 36-8

1-0 0-0 1-0

12-7 0-0 12-7

1-1 22-0 23-1

#4 8-4 3-1 11-5

#5 2-0 4-1 6-1

#6 2-0 11-2 13-2

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2013 Bulldogs

MAHO KOWASE Junior 5-5 Kashiwa, Chiba, Japan Shibuya Makuhari HS

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2011-12)

• Helped team to a 24-5 record and advance to the NCAA quarterfinals ending with a final ranking of No. 6 • An All-SEC 1st Team selection • Owns school record for Consecutive Doubles Victories with Maho Kowase; the duo had a 21-match winning streak; 23-2 as a tandem including 21-0 at No. 3 • Ranked No. 58 in singles with a 24-6 record including 16-5 in dual matches and is 12-1 at No. 4 • Has four match-clinching victories including epic comeback to beat Clemson 4-3 in NCAA Second Round in Athens, trailed 6-0,5-2 and rallied for the victory as Tigers were behind 3-0 in the match • Named to All-SEC Tournament team in doubles with Maho Kowase • Named an ITA Scholar Athlete and to the SEC Academic Honor Roll • Served as one of the tennis representatives on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (S.A.A.C) • ITA preseason singles ranking of No. 56 and climbed as high as No. 22 during the season

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL

• Solid junior career filled with international tournament experience • A graduate of Shibuya Makuhari HS where she was coached by Isao Hashizume and also trained at the Tennis Training Center in Kashiwa, Chiba, Japan under Hiromichi Maruyama • Won the 2009 Japan Inter High School singles title • Doubles champion and singles semifinalist at the 2009 All Japan Junior Tennis Championships • Participant in the Australian Open Junior Qualifying event • Career-best ITF Junior Ranking of #121

PERSONAL

• Born: Sept. 27, 1991 in Saitama, Japan • Parents: Kaori and Hiroyuki Kowase • Major: Marketing • Family: Has one younger sister, Miho, who plays tennis.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2010-11)

•An All-SEC First Team selection after going a team-best 31-11 in singles and 20-11 in doubles, also named All-Freshmen SEC. • Final ITA ranking of No. 82 in singles and was ranked as high as No. 78 during the year • Key win over No. 48 Keri Wong at No. 2 singles in Georgia’s 5-2 road win at Clemson • Posted a 15-6 record in dual matches including 3-1 at No. 1 and 10-4 at No. 2 • Went 12-5 in doubles with Lilly Kimbell including winning the HEB Baylor Fall Invitational; 5-2 in doubles with Cameron Ellis • Helped team post a 19-5 record, advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals and a final national ranking of No. 8

Year 2011 2012 Total

CAREER RECORD FOR KOWASE

Overall 31-11 24-6 55-17

Doubles 2011 20-11 2012 27-3 Total 47-14

TmDual 15-6 16-5 31-11

#1 3-1 0-0 3-1

#2 10-4 2-2 12-6

#3 2-1 2-2 4-3

10-6 22-0 32-6

0-0 0-0 0-0

5-3 1-0 6-3

5-3 21-0 26-3

#4 0-0 12-1 12-1

#5 0-0 0-0 0-0

#6 0-0 0-0 0-0

Kowase clinched a come from behind victory over Clemson in the 2nd round of the 2012 NCAA Tournament.

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2013 Bulldogs / Newcomers

MAKENZIE CRAFT

Fr. • 5-6 • Frisco, Texas • Homeschool

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL:

• Trained at Brookhaven Tennis Academy in Carrollton, Texas, under coach Dave Anderson and T Bar M Raquet Club in Dallas under coach Joey Rive. • A Blue Chip athlete that ranked as high as Top 10 nationally, and No. 1 in Texas throughout her juniors career • Won the Sportsmanship award at the 2011 Clay Courts Memphis 18’s • Won doubles at 2011 Waco ITF, 2011 Wichita Falls ITF, 2010 Winter Nationals, 2010 Texas Open, 2008 National Open, 2009 National Open and 2009 Texas Open • Won a Gold Ball at the 2010 Winter Nationals and won the singles title at the 2009 National Open • Captured the 2009 SCMZ (Super Champ Major Zone) as a 15 year-old in the 18’s age division

PERSONAL:

Born: Dec. 30, 1994 in Carrollton, Texas Parents: Dara and Brian Craft Major: Pre-Journalism and International Affairs Family: Has an older sister, Madison, who is a freshman on the tennis team at Boston University and a younger sister, Morgan (13)

SILVIA GARCIA

Fr. • 5-8 • Madrid, Spain • IES Ortega & Gasset

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL:

• Trained at the Madrid Tennis Federation under coach Ana Alcazar • Won the Under-16 European Championship and the Under-14 and Under-16 Spanish Championships. • Finished runner-up at the Under-18 Spanish Championships • Semi-finalist in the Under-16 division of the Orange Bowl, an annual tennis tournament in Florida hosted by the USTA

PERSONAL:

Born: July 30, 1994 in Madrid, Spain Parents: Pedro Garcia and Begoña Jimenez Major: Pre-Business/Marketing Family: Has an older brother, Alejandro (22).

MIA KING

Fr. • 5-6 • Charlotte, N.C • Homeschool

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL:

• Trained at the Rick Macci and Chris Evert Tennis Academies in in Boca Raton, Fla. before being invited to become a part of the USTA National Training Center program at the age of 14 • Earned Player of the Year honors in her first year at the USTA National Training Center • Ranked as high as No. 5 nationally in the USTA 16s age division • Was a “Blue Chip” recruit according to TennisRecruiting.net and ranked among their top 25 players nationally • Ranked in the top 20 of the USTA 18s, and in 2010, she received the USTA Sportsmanship Award

PERSONAL:

Born: April 6, 1995 in Lancaster, Pa. Parents: Dr. Brent and Sheda King Major: Pre-Journalism Family: Has a younger brother, Noah (16)

AYAKA OKUNO

Fr. • 5-7 • Osaka, Japan • California Virtual Academy

JUNIORS/HIGH SCHOOL:

• Trained at Sylvano Tennis Academy in Santa Clara, California under coach Sylvano Simone. • Entered Georgia ranked the 28th junior in the world. • Won the 2012 Japan Open Junior Championships and reached the semi-finals of the Asia/ Oceania Championships and the World Super Junior Championships. *Participated in the 2012 Junior French, Junior U.S. Open and Wimbledon Championships. • Won doubles at the 2011 Asian Junior Championships and Mediterranee Avenir. • Won the 2010 Nakamuta Cup

PERSONAL:

Born: June 21, 1995 in Osaka, Japan Parents: Megumi and Takashi Okuno Major: Communication Studies Family: Has an older brother, Hirohki (19)

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2013 Opponents & 2012 Review ITA Kickoff Weekend (Jan. 27-28, Athens, Ga.) (Columbia, Okla. State, Ga. State)

Columbia: www.gocolumbialions.com Lauren Boots, lb2865@columbia.edu (212) 851-5634 Ga. State: www.georgiastatesports.com Randy Lieberman, RLiberman1@gsu.edu (404) 413-4034 Okla. State: www.okstate.com Mike Noteware, mike.noteware@okstate.edu (405) 744-7714

Each team plays two matches Sun.: Okla. State vs. Ga. State; 9 a.m.; Columbia vs. Georgia, 2 p.m. Mon.: 9 a.m.; Georgia will play at 2 p.m. *Winners Play Saturday for Right To Advance to National Team Indoors (Feb. 8-11) in Charlottesville, Va. Losers Play for 3rd Place on Saturday

Clemson

www.clemsontigers.com Tennis SID: Christine Long E-Mail: longc@clemson.edu Phone: (864) 656-1920

Georgia Tech

www.ramblinwreck.com Tennis SID: Marcus Dittmer E-Mail: mdittmer@athletics.gatech.edu Phone: (404) 894-5445

Tennessee

www.utsports.com Tennis SID: Betsy Devine E-Mail: betsydevine@utk.edu Phone: (865) 974-1212

Ole Miss

www.olemisssports.com Tennis SID: Kim Ling E-Mail: kling@olemiss.edu Phone: (662) 915-7522

Mississippi State

www.mstateathletics.com Tennis SID: John Cade E-Mail: jrcade@athletics.msstate.edu Phone: (662) 325-2896

Notre Dame

www.UND.com Tennis SID: Tony Jones E-Mail: ajones25@nd.edu Phone: (574) 631-1762

Florida

www.gatorzone.com Tennis SID: Kathy Cafazzo E-Mail: kathyc@gators.uaa.ufl.edu Phone: (352) 375-4683

South Carolina

www.gamecocksonline.cstv.com Tennis SID: Matt Freed E-Mail: mfreed@mailbox.sc.edu Phone: (803) 777-9917

Vanderbilt

www.vucommodores.com Tennis SID: Weston Pletcher E-Mail: weston.pletcher@vanderbilt.edu Phone: (615) 332-4121

Kentucky

www.ukathletics.com Tennis SID: Will Kindred E-Mail: will.kindred@uky.edu Phone: (859) 257-3838

Missouri

www.mutigers.com Tennis SID: Kate Lakin E-Mail: lakineke@missouri.edu Phone: (573) 882-3241

Texas A&M

www.aggieathletics.com Tennis SID: Debbie Darah E-Mail: ddarrah@athletics.tamu.edu Phone: (979) 862-5449

LSU

www.lsusports.net Tennis SID: Caroline Downer E-Mail: cdowne4@lsu.edu Phone: (225) 578-8226

Alabama

www.rolltide.com Tennis SID: Jessica Pare E-Mail: jpare@ia.ua.edu Phone: (205) 348-6084

2013 SEC Tournament

April 17-21, Starkville, Miss. Host: Mississippi State; Times: TBA

NCAA Championships First & Second Rounds

May 10-12, TBA Host: Campus Sites Times: TBA

NCAA Championships

Round 16-Finals: May 16-21 Singles & Doubles: May 22-27 Host: Illinois; Times: TBA

Arkansas

www.arkansasrazorbacks.com Tennis SID: Jordan Ozer E-Mail: ozer@uark.edu Phone: (479) 575-2751

2012 SEASON REVIEW: Georgia (24-5, 9-2 SEC), No. 6 Final Ranking ANOTHER TOP TEN FINISH: The Bulldogs registered a 24-5 record, advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships and finished with a final national ranking of No. 6. It marked the 26th straight NCAA appearance under head coach Jeff Wallace, and the 23d time that Georgia has finished with a top 10 final ranking. At 9-2 in league play, Georgia finished second in the Eastern Division behind NCAA champion Florida. ALL-AMERICANS: Seniors Chelsey Gullickson and Nadja Gilchrist earned All-America honors. Gullickson became the first Bulldog in Georgia tennis history to be an eight-time All-American in their career. She was a singles and doubles All-American from 2009-12. She ended her career with a school record 230 combined wins, going 124-34 in singles and 106-42 in doubles. It was the third All-America honor for Gilchrist who completed her career with the fourth most doubles wins in school history with a record of 101-36. As a tandem, they went 64-21. This tally ranked as the most wins by a team in Bulldog history. In 2012, Gullickson led the squad with a 34-9 singles mark and went 24-8 in doubles with Gilchrist. The Bulldog duo reached the finals of the NCAA Championships. FINAL ITA RANKINGS: In singles, Gullickson was seventh, sophomore Maho Kowase was No. 58 followed by Lauren Herring at No. 82 and Kate Fuller at No. 94. Kowase posted a 25-8 mark while Fuller was 27-12. Herring went 30-9 in singles and 26-12 in doubles with Fuller. In doubles, the Gullickson/ Gilchrist team ended up No. 13 while the Fuller/Gilchrist tandem was No. 36. ITA REGIONAL HONORS: Senior Chelsey Gullickson and freshman Lauren Herring were named ITA Southeast Region Senior of the Year and ITA Southeast Region Rookie of the Year, respectively. These awards go to the top student-athletes from this region, which includes the states of Georgia and Florida. SEC HONORS: Six Bulldogs earned All-SEC honors. Freshman Lauren Herring brought home top honors as SEC Freshman of the Year. Herring, senior Chelsey Gullickson and sophomore Maho Kowase were named to the First Team while senior Nadja Gilchrist and sophomores Kate Fuller and Lilly Kimbell made the Second Team. Fuller made the SEC Community Service team for the second straight year. DYNAMIC DUO: The Kowase/Kimbell team made history during the 2012 season as they went undefeated in dual matches. They registered a 24-2 overall record including a school record 22-0 at No. 3 in the lineup. The old mark for consecutive wins by a duo was 19 by Marissa Catlin and Vanessa Castellano in 1999. They finished 26-2. ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS: The duo of Kate Fuller and Nadja Gilchrist earned a spot on the NCAA Championships All-Tournament team at No. 1 doubles while Lilly Kimbell and Maho Kowase made the All-SEC Tournament Team in doubles too.

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Auburn

www.auburntigers.com Tennis SID: Taylor Bryan E-Mail: jtb0028@auburn.edu Phone: (334) 844-9709

2012 GEORGIA RESULTS

JANUARY 13 Kansas State (#46) 15 Troy 21 @ Ga. Tech (#13) 27 ^Missouri 28 ^Fla. International FEBRUARY 5 Fla. International (#74) 10 @ %Texas (#14) 11 @ %California (#7) 12 @ %Michigan (#10) 24 Memphis (#53) 26 Clemson (#17) MARCH 2 *South Carolina (#22) 4 *Florida (#15) 9 @ *Miss. State 11 @ *Ole Miss (#25) 23 @ *Arkansas (#37) 25 *LSU (#49) 30 @ *Kentucky APRIL 1 @ *Vanderbilt (#25) 6 *Alabama (#11) 8 *Auburn (#63) 14 *Tennessee (#21) 20 vs. &South Carolina (#28) 21 vs. &Alabama (#11) 22 vs. &Florida (#2) MAY 11 $ Coll. Charleston (#64) 12 $ Clemson (#24) 17 $ Texas (#11) 19 $ Duke (#3)

W, 6-1 W, 7-0 W, 4-3 W, 6-1 W, 7-0 W, 7-0 W, 4-2 L, 4-0 W, 5-2 W, 4-3 W, 7-0 W, 6-1 L, 4-3 W, 7-0 W, 5-2 W, 7-0 W, 6-1 W, 7-0 W, 4-3 L, 4-3 W, 6-1 W, 7-0+ W, 4-0 W, 4-2 L, 4-1 W, 4-0 W, 4-3 W, 4-0 L, 4-2

Note: ^ITA Kickoff Weekend; %ITA National Team Indoors, Charlottesville, Va.; *SEC match; +Match forfeit; &SEC Tournament in Oxford, Miss.; $NCAA Championships, Athens, Ga.


2012 Review

Georgia Women’s Tennis 2012 Statistics

Overall Record: 24-5 • SEC: 9-2• Region: 3-3 • Home: 14-3 • Away: 6-0 • Neutral: 4-2 • Ranked: 19-5 Singles Overall Pct. Kate Fuller 27-12 .692 Nadja Gilchrist 22-11 .667 Chelsey Gullickson 34-9 .791 Rachael Hart 3-5 .375 Lauren Herring 30-9 .769 Alina Jerjomina 6-12 .333 Kelli Jordan 0-2 .000 Lilly Kimbell 23-10 .697 Maho Kowase 25-8 .758 Totals 171-78 .687

Dual 15-8 18-7 20-6 0-0 18-5 4-3 0-0 18-5 17-6 111-40

Tour SEC #1 12-4 5-5 4-4 7-3 14-3 9-1 20-6 3-5 0-0 12-4 6-2 2-9 1-1 0-2 0-0 5-5 9-1 8-2 8-1 60-38 46-14 20-6

#2 3-3 13-3 2-2 18-8

#3 12-4 3-0 3-3 18-7

DOUBLES Overall Pct. Fuller/Herring 26-12 .684 Fuller/Gilchrist 6-2 .750 Gilchrist/Kimbell 1-0 1.000 Kimbell/Kowase 24-2 .923 Gullickson/Gilchrist 24-8 .750 Gullickson/Jerjomina 3-2 .600 Gullickson/Kowase 1-0 1.000 Gullickson/Kimbell 5-2 .714 Gullickson/Herring 2-1 .667 Hart/Kowase 3-1 .750 Hart/Kimbell 2-1 .667 Hart/Jerjomina 3-0 1.000 *Totals 101-31 .765

Dual 13-6 6-2 1-0 22-0 10-6 3-2 1-0 2-1 59-17

Tour SEC #1 13-6 4-4 1-2 0-0 1-1 5-2 2-2 9-0 14-2 5-3 8-6 2-0 1-0 5-2 3-1 2-1 3-0 42-14 22-8 15-10

#2 12-4 1-0 2-0 2-2 1-0 2-1 20-7

#3 Ranked Streak 5-3 L1 3-2 W3 1-0 W1 22-0 W22 11-4 L1 2-1 L2 W1 1-1 W2 0-1 L1 L1 0-1 W1 W3 *24-0 22-13

*includes one dual match win at #6 by default

*includes one dual match win at #3 by default

#4 1-1 2-0 2-2 3-1 12-1 20-5

#5 11-7 1-0 4-1 16-8

#6 3-0 4-3 11-3 *19-6

vs.

Ranked Streak 3-4 W1 1-8 L1 16-9 L1 0-1 L1 9-6 L1 0-3 L2 0-0 L2 1-4 L2 11-4 L2 41-39

Kate Fuller

2012 Bulldog Results Review Bulldog Kate Fuller Nadja Gilchrist Chelsey Gullickson Rachael Hart Lauren Herring Alina Jerjomina Kelli Jordan Lilly Kimbell Maho Kowase *TEAM

Singles (Pct.) 27-12 (.692) 22-11 (.667) 34-9 (.791) 3-5 (.375) 30-9 (.769) 6-12 (.333) 0-2 (.000) 23-10 (.697) 25-8 (.753) 171-78 (.687)

Dual (Pct.) 15-8 (.652) 18-7 (.720) 20-6 (.769) 0-0 (.000) 18-5 (.783) 4-3 (.571) 0-0 (.000) 18-5 (.783) 17-6 (.739) 111-40 (.735)

Doubles (Pct.) 32-14 (.696) 31-10 (.757) 35-13 (.729) 8-2 (.800) 28-13 (.683) 6-2 (.750) 0-0 (.000) 32-5 (.865) 28-3 (.903) 101-31 (.765)

*includes one dual match singles and doubles win by default

Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total

FINAL CAREER RECORD FOR NADJA GILCHRIST Overall 35-11 21-13 15-11 22-11 93-46

Doubles 2009 29-11 2010 25-7 2011 16-8 2012 31-10 Total 101-36

TmDual 22-6 11-9 6-3 18-7 57-25

#1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

#2 2-0 11-9 3-1 3-3 19-13

#3 18-6 0-0 2-2 12-4 32-12

20-6 18-3 8-3 17-8 63-20

13-4 18-3 2-1 13-8 46-16

7-2 -6-2 3-0 16-4

---1-0 1-0

#4 2-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 5-0

#5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0

#6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Dual (Pct.) 19-8 (.704) 17-8 (.680) 18-9 (.667) 0-0 (.000) 15-7 (.682) 3-2 (.600) 0-0 (.000) 23-0 (1.000) 23-0 (1.000) 59-17 (.776)

Lilly Kimbell

FINAL CAREER RECORD FOR CHELSEY GULLICKSON

Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total

Overall 43-10 30--8 17-7 34-9 124-34

TmDual 22-5 15-5 12-6 20-6 69-22

#1 22-5 15-5 12-6 20-6 69-22

#2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

#3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Doubles 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total

26-13 26-9 19-7 35-13 106-42

16-8 19-3 16-6 16-9 67-26

16-8 19-3 16-6 9-6 60-23

0-0 0-0 0-0 7-3 7-3

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

#4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

#5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

#6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Georgia Records SEASON (Top 10) Singles Victories................................Record T1. Angela Lettiere (1994, Sr.) .................46-14 T1. Shannan McCarthy (1989, Fr.) ..........46-15 T3. Chelsey Gullickson (2009, Fr.) ..........43-10 T3. Agata Cioroch (2002, So.) .................43-6 T3. Laura Kimel (1991, Jr.) ......................43-8 T3. Jill Waldman (1989, Jr.) .....................43-7 7. Tonya Bogdonas (1991, Jr.) ..............42-11 T8. Vanessa Castellano (1999, Sr.) .........39-10 T8. Esther Knox (1999, Jr.) ......................39-13 T8. Stacy Sheppard (1995, Sr.) ...............39-13 T8. Shannan McCarthy (1991, Jr.)...........39-8 T8. Caryn Moss (1989, Fr.) ......................39-7 T8. Lisa Spain (1984, Sr.) ........................39-3

Doubles Victories ..............................Record Georgia Record Holder Chelsey Gullickson collected a school record 230 wins (124 in singles, 106 in doubles) during her career from 2009-12.

1. Chelsey Gullickson (2012, Sr.) ...........35-13 T2. Naoko Ueshima (2008, So.) ..............33-11 T2. Shadisha Robinson (2004, Fr.) ..........33-9 T4. Lilly Kimbell (2012, So.) .....................32-5 T4. Kate Fuller (2012, So.) .......................32-14 T4. Shadisha Robinson (2005, So.) .........32-5 T7. Nadja Gilchrist (2012, Sr.) .................31-10 T7. Cameron Ellis (2009, Jr.) ...................31-16 T9. Nadja Gilchrist (2009, Fr.) .................29-11 T9. Naoko Ueshima (2009, Jr.) ................29-15 T9. Caroline Basu (2005, Jr.) ...................29-4

Doubles Victories ............................. Record 1. Naoko Ueshima (2007-10) .................. 109-50 2. Chelsey Gullickson (2009-12) ............. 106-42 3. Cameron Ellis (2008-11) ...................... 103-54 4. Nadja Gilchrist (2009-12) .................... 101-36 5. Yvette Hyndman (2007-10).................. 96-54 6. Agata Cioroch (2001-04) ..................... 95-40 T7. Marissa Catlin (1997-00) ................... 93-16 T7. Natalie Frazier (2004-07) ................... 93-29 9. Lori Grey (2000-03) ............................. 89-38 10. Stacey Schefflin (1987-90) ................ 86-26

Best Singles Win % (Min. 120 wins) .854, Lisa Spain, 123-21 from 1981-84

Best Doubles Win % (Min. 90 wins)

.853, Marissa Catlin, 93-16 from 1997-00

Most Doubles Wins (Team)

64, Chelsey Gullickson & Nadja Gilchrist (64-21, 2009-12)

Best Doubles Win % (Team, Min. 45 Wins)

Best Singles Win % (Min. 25 wins)

.893, Marissa Catlin & Vanessa Castellano (50-6, 1998-99)

Best Singles Win % (Min. 35 wins)

MISCELLANEOUS Consecutive Win Streak (Singles)

1.000, Agata Cioroch (26-0, 2001; 1-0 at No. 3, 13-0 at No. 4 and 12-0 at No. 5 spot) .946, *Shannan McCarthy (35-2, 1992) *28-0 at No. 1 spot while ranked No. 1

Best Doubles Win % (Min. 25 wins) .929, Marissa Catlin (26-2, 1999)

Most Doubles Wins (Team)

28, Cameron Ellis & Naoko Ueshima (28-14, 2009, 18-7 at No. 3 spot) 28, Caroline Basu & Shadisha Robinson (28-4, 2005, 23-2 at No. 1 spot) Bulldog Champion Angela Lettiere helped lead Georgia to its first NCAA title in 1994 and then a few days later became the second Bulldog in school history to win the NCAA singles crown.

T7. Marissa Catlin (1997-00)........ .......... 123-29 T7. Stacy Sheppard (1992-95)........ ....... 123-55 10. Tonya Bogdonas (1989-92)....... ....... 121-47

Best Doubles Win % (Team)

.929, Marissa Catlin & Vanessa Castellano (26-2, 1999, 11-0 at No. 1 spot) .923, Lilly Kimbell & Maho Kowase (24-2, 2012, 22-0 at No. 3 spot)

CAREER (Top 10) Singles Victories............................... Record 1. Shannan McCarthy (1989-92) ............ 150-34 2. Stacey Schefflin (1987-90) ................. 133-41 3. Jill Waldman (1987-90)................ ....... 130-25 4. Michelle Anderson (1994-97)....... ...... 127-51 5. Agata Cioroch (2001-04)....... ............. 126-22 6. Chelsey Gullickson (2009-12) ............ 124-34 T7. Lisa Spain (1981-84)............... ......... 123-21

33, Agata Cioroch in 2001-02 (26-0/+7) 32, Shannan McCarthy in 1992 (35-2)

Consecutive Win Streak (Doubles) 22, Kimbell/Kowase in 2012 (24-2) 19, Catlin/Castellano in 1999 (26-2)

Most Combined Singles/Doubles Wins (Season) T1. 69, Chelsey Gullickson (2012: 34S, 35D) T1. 69, Chelsey Gullickson (2009: 43S, 26D) T1. 69, Naoko Ueshima (2008: 36S, 33D) T1. 69, Agata Cioroch (2002: 43S, 26D) 5. 67, Shadisha Robinson (2004: 34S, 33D)

Most Combined Singles/Doubles Wins (Career, Min. 200 wins) 1. 230, Chelsey Gullickson (124-S, 106-D) 2. 223, Cameron Ellis (120-S, 103-D) 3. 222, Naoko Ueshima (113-S, 109-D) 4. 221, Agata Cioroch (126-S, 95-D) 5. 219, Stacey Schefflin (133-S, 86-D) 6. 217, Shannan McCarthy (150-S, 67-D) 7. 216, Marissa Catlin (123-S, 93-D)

National Rankings

National singles and doubles rankings are compiled by the ITA. Preseason rankings are released in the fall, and regular season national team, singles and doubles rankings are compiled and released bi-weekly during the Spring beginning in January and concluding after the NCAA Championships in May.

Final No. 1 Rankings Dynamic Duo From 1998-1999, Georgia’s top doubles tandem of Marissa Catlin and Vanessa Castellano posted a 50-6 record, won two grand slam titles and finished the 1999 season ranked No. 1.

1994: Team 1994: Angela Lettiere/Michelle Anderson (D) 1995: Stacy Sheppard/Tina Samara (D) 1998: Marissa Catlin (Singles) 1999: Marissa Catlin/Vanessa Castellano (D)

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2000: Team 2000: Marissa Catlin/Lori Grey (D) 2003: Agata Cioroch/Lori Grey (D) 2005: Shadisha Robinson/Caroline Basu (D)


Georgia in National Tournaments

BULLDOGS OWN FIVE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Georgia has captured five national team titles in the history of the program. The Bulldogs have won two NCAA titles (1994, 2000) and three USTA/ITA National Indoor crowns (1994, 1995, 2002). Georgia has made 26 straight appearances in the NCAA Tournament with 10 trips to the Final Four. Georgia has served as the host of the NCAA Women’s Tennis Championships six times (1994, 2004, ’05, ’07, ’10 and ’12). It will return to the Dan Magill Tennis Complex again in 2014. The NCAAs haven been held at one site since 2006.

USTA/ITA NATIONAL INDOOR TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS Georgia has made 22 appearances at this event dating back to 1988, the first year of the tournament. The Bulldogs have won three titles (1994-95, 2002), finished second three times (2001, 2004, 2009) and tied for third eight times (1989-’93, ’98-00). Georgia owns a 48-19 overall mark at this tournament. Georgia did not attend in 1997 due to various injuries. In 2009, the field expanded to 60-teams with first and second round action scattered across the country as part of the ITA Kickoff Weekend. The Bulldogs played host to one of the 15 kickoff sites that featured four teams. Georgia defeated Ole Miss and Marshall to advance to the final 16-team site in Madison, Wis. In 2010, Georgia played host to the first and second rounds again and advanced with victories over Virginia Tech and William & Mary. Then, it went 1-2 in Madison. In 2011, Georgia competed in Chapel Hill, N.C., and went 1-1. In 2012, Georgia played host and beat Missouri and FIU to advance to finals site. Georgia will play host to a 2013 ITA Kickoff Weekend. Did You Know? At the 2001 event in Madison, Wis., top-ranked Stanford edged the No. 2 Bulldogs, 4-3. Aarthi Venkatesan notched one of Georgia’s points when she defeated third-ranked Laura Granville at No. 1 singles, snapping her NCAA record 58-match winning streak.

1994

USTA/ITA INDOOR CHAMPIONS

1994 Madison, Wis.

NCAA CHAMPIONS Athens, Ga.

1995

USTA/ITA INDOOR CHAMPIONS Madison, Wis.

2000 NCAA CHAMPIONS

2002 Malibu, Calif.

NCAA CHAMPIONS Madison, Wis.

Round-by-Round 1st: Round: def. No. 14 USC 6-0 Quarterfinals: def. No. 13 Indiana 5-1 Semifinals: def. No. 9 Kansas 5-1 Finals: def. No. 5 Florida 5-1 Notes...Georgia won 21 of the 24 matches it played and never had to go to doubles, which was a first for the national indoor team champion.

Team Members: Michelle Anderson, Anne Chauzu, Brooke Galardi, Marianna Land, Angela Lettiere, Lisa Salvatierra, Tina Samara, Stacy Sheppard; Head Coach Jeff Wallace, Asst. Coach Mark Guilbeau, Trainer Jennifer Smith, Student Asst. Sally Curtis

Round-by-Round 1st Round: def. No. 21 So. Cal, 5-2 Quarterfinals: def. No. 6 Duke, 5-0 Semifinals: def. No. 3 Cal, 5-3 Finals: def. No. 4 Stanford, 5-4 NCAA Champions Final National Ranking: No. 1 Notes...Georgia won its first national championship in the first year that it played host to the women’s NCAA tournament.

Round-by-Round 1st Round: def. No. 14 Wake Forest 5-3 Quarterfinals: def. No. 15 Notre Dame 6-0 Semifinals: def. No. 11 Indiana 6-0 Finals: def. No. 7 UCLA 5-4 Notes...Georgia’s doubles play was a key as the Wake Forest and UCLA matches were split 3-3 after singles.

Team Members: Michelle Anderson, Anne Chauzu, Kappy Kellett, Marianna Land, Jane Reid, Lisa Salvatierra, Stacy Sheppard, Tina Samara, Nadine van de Walle, Head Coach Jeff Wallace, Asst. Coaches Mark Guilbeau, Debbie Beck, Trainer Lisa Kanter.

Round-by-Round Team Members: 1st Round: def. Furman, 5-0 Kelly Baskin, Marissa Catlin, 2nd Round: def. No. 26 Ohio State, 5-0 Christa Grey, Lori Grey, Esther Round of 16: def. No. 17 S. Alabama, 5-1 Knox, Zoe Mellis, Anne Nguyen, Quarterfinals: def. No. 12 So. Cal, 5-1 Aarthi Venkatesan; Head Coach Semifinals: def. No. 4 Florida, 5-2 Jeff Wallace, Asst. Coach Debbie Finals: def. No. 1 Stanford, 5-4 Beck, Trainer Ron Shinault, Student Asst. Vanessa Castellano NCAA Champions Final National Ranking: No. 1 Notes...Georgia ended Stanford’s 48 match winning streak with 5-4 win in the National Championship match. Round-by-Round 1st Round: def. No. 21 Baylor 6-1 Quarterfinals: def. No. 6 Tennessee 4-3 Semifinals: def. No. 1 Stanford 4-3 Finals: def. No. 4 Vanderbilt 4-1 Notes...Georgia trailed Tennessee 3-1 in the quarterfinals but roared back for a 4-3 win...In the semifinals, Georgia snapped Stanford’s 35-match winning streak.

Team Members: Agata Cioroch, Lori Grey, Tina Hojnik, Jeanette Mattsson, Anne Nguyen, Mariel Verban Head Coach Jeff Wallace, Vol. Asst. Coach Marc Gallant, Trainer Angela Laham, Asst. Coach Debbie Beck.

GEORGIA’S HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD IN THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Alabama ........................... 2-0 Arkansas ........................... 0-1 Auburn .............................. 1-0 Baylor................................ 1-0 Boise State........................ 1-0 California .......................... 5-2 Central Florida .................. 1-0 Clemson............................ 1-2 Coastal Carolina ............... 1-0 College of Charleston ....... 1-0 Duke ................................. 2-3 Florida ............................... 2-2 Fresno State...................... 1-0 Furman ............................. 1-0

Georgia Tech .................... 1-0 Harvard ............................. 1-0 Indiana .............................. 4-0 Kansas .............................. 1-0 Kentucky ........................... 1-0 Marist ................................ 1-0 Maryland-Baltimore County ....... 1-0 Miami ................................ 2-0 Mississippi State ............... 2-0 Ohio State ......................... 1-0 Oklahoma State ................ 1-0 Pepperdine ....................... 1-0 Quinnipiac ........................ 1-0 Samford ............................ 1-0

South Alabama ................. 2-0 South Carolina .................. 5-0 South Carolina State ......... 2-0 Southern California ........... 3-0 SMU .................................. 1-0 Stanford ............................ 2-10 Tennessee......................... 2-0 Texas................................. 2-0 Trinity ................................ 1-0 UCLA ................................ 1-0 Vanderbilt.......................... 0-3 William & Mary .................. 2-1 Winthrop ........................... 1-0 Yale ................................... 1-0

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NCAA Tournament Results TEAM COMPETITION FIRST ROUND QUARTERFINALS SEMIFINALS FINALS 1987 - Los Angeles, Calif. (Host: UCLA) - Final Ranking: No. 6 (First Year of Tournament) Miami (W, 5-4) Trinity (W, 5-4) SMU (W, 5-3) Stanford (L, 5-1) 1988 - Los Angeles, Calif. (Host: UCLA) - Final Ranking: No. 7 Indiana (W, 6-0) Stanford (L, 5-3) 1989 - Gainesville, Fla. (Host: Florida) - Final Ranking: No. 4 Texas (W, 5-1) Cal (W, 5-4) Stanford (L, 6-0) 1990 - Gainesville, Fla. (Host: Florida) - Final Ranking: No. 6 Oklahoma State (5-1) Stanford (L, 6-0) 1991 - Stanford, Calif. (Host: Stanford) - Final Ranking: No. 4 Indiana (W, 6-0) Pepperdine (W, 5-1) Stanford (L, 5-1) 1992 - Stanford, Calif. (Host: Stanford) - Final Ranking: No. 5 Duke (L, 5-4) 1993 - Gainesville, Fla. (Host: Florida) - Final Ranking: No. 7 Indiana (W, 5-3) Stanford (L, 5-1) 1994 - Athens, Ga. (Host: Georgia) - NATIONAL CHAMPIONS - Final Ranking: No. 1 Southern Cal (W, 5-2) Duke (W, 5-0) Cal (W, 5-3) Stanford (W, 5-4) 1995 - Malibu, Calif. (Host: Pepperdine) - Final Ranking: No. 3 South Carolina (W, 5-4) Duke (W, 5-4) Florida (L, 5-0) 1996 - Columbia, S.C. (Regional Host Site) 1st Rnd: Miami (Fla.) (W, 5-2) Reg. Semi: Tennessee (W, 5-3) Reg. Final: Clemson (L, 5-4) 1997 - Stanford, Calif. (Host: Stanford) - Final Ranking: No. 6 William & Mary (L, 5-0) 1998 - Notre Dame, Ind. (Host: Notre Dame) - Final Ranking: No. 4 Kansas (W, 5-3) William & Mary (W, 5-2) Florida (L, 5-1) FIRST ROUND SECOND ROUND ROUND OF 16 QUARTERFINALS 1999 - 1st/2nd Round Host: Georgia - Championship Site: Gainesville, Fla. (Host: Florida) - Final Ranking: No. 5 Central Florida (W, 5-0) Miss. State (W, 5-0) South Carolina (W, 5-0) Cal (L, 5-4) 2000 - 1st/2nd Round Host: Georgia - Championship Site: Malibu, Calif. (Host: Pepperdine) - NATIONAL CHAMPIONS - Final Ranking: No. 1 Furman (W, 5-0) Ohio State (W, 5-0) South Alabama (W, 5-1) Southern Cal (W, 5-1) 2001 - 1st/2nd Round Host: Georgia - Championship Site: Stone Mountain, Ga. (Host: Georgia State) - Final Ranking: No. 3 Coastal Carolina (W, 4-0) Miss. State (W, 4-0) Baylor (W, 5-0) Southern Cal (W, 4-0) 2002 - 1st/2nd Round Host: Georgia - Championship Site: Stanford, Calif. (Host: Stanford) - Final Ranking: No. 3 Winthrop (W, 4-0) South Alabama (W, 4-3) Cal (W, 4-1) UCLA (W, 4-2) 2003 - 1st/2nd Round Host: Oklahoma - Championship Site: Gainesville, Fla. (Host: Florida) - Final Ranking: No. 7 UMBC (W, 4-0) Alabama (W, 4-1) Kentucky (W, 4-0) Stanford (W, 4-0) 2004 - 1st/2nd Round Host: Georgia - Championship Site: Athens, Ga. (Host: Georgia) - Final Ranking: No. 7 Samford (W, 4-0) Georgia Tech (W, 4-0) Fresno State (W, 4-2) Vanderbilt (L, 4-2) 2005 - 1st/2nd Round Host: Georgia - Championship Site: Athens, Ga. (Host: Georgia) - Final Ranking: No. 9 Quinnipiac (W, 4-0) South Carolina (W, 4-0) Cal (W, 4-2) Stanford (L, 4-1) 2006 - 1st/2nd Round Host: Vanderbilt - Championship Site: Stanford, Ca. (Host: Stanford) - Final Ranking: No. 25 Indiana (W, 4-1) Vanderbilt (L, 4-2) 2007 - 1st/2nd Round Host: Georgia - Championship Site: Athens, Ga. (Host: Georgia) - Final Ranking: No. 4 South Carolina State (W, 4-0) Auburn (W, 4-0) William & Mary (W, 4-2) Cal (W, 4-1) 2008 - 1st/2nd Round Host: Georgia - Championship Site: Tulsa, Okla. (Host: Tulsa) - Final Ranking: No. 8 Yale (W, 4-0) South Carolina (W, 4-0) Arkansas (L, 4-2) 2009 - 1st/2nd Round Host: Georgia - Championship Site: College Station, Texas (Host: Texas A&M) - Final Ranking: No. 3 South Carolina State (W, 4-0) Boise State (W, 4-0) Florida (W, 4-2) South Carolina (W, 4-3) 2010 - 1st/2nd Round Host: Clemson, S.C. - Championship Site: Athens, Ga. (Host: Georgia) - Final Ranking: No. 18 Harvard (W, 4-0) Clemson (W, 4-2) 2011 - 1st/2nd Round Host: Georgia - Championship Site: Stanford, Ca., (Host: Stanford) - Final Ranking: No. 8 Marist (W, 4-0) Alabama (W, 4-0) Cal (W, 4-3) Stanford (L, 4-0) 2012 - 1st/2nd Round Host: Georgia - Championship Site: Athens, Ga. (Host: Georgia) - Final Ranking: No. 7 College of Charleston (W, 4-0) Clemson (W, 4-3) Texas (W, 4-0) Duke (L, 4-2)

NCAA TOURNAMENT QUCK HITS

>TOTAL UGA APPEARANCES: 26 (All consecutive) >OVERALL RECORD: 64-24 >20-TIME QUARTERFINALIST • 10-TIME SEMIFINALIST • 3 FINALS APPEARANCES • 2 TITLES WON • >Georgia has played host to 1st/2nd rounds 11 times since 1999 and is 22-0 in those matches >Site listed is location of NCAA Championships.

NATION’S LONGEST ACTIVE NCAA TOURNAMENT STREAKS California .................................... 31 Stanford ....................................... 31 UCLA............................................. 31 Texas ............................................ 30 GEORGIA .............................. 26 Florida .......................................... 26

SEMIFINALS

FINALS

Florida (W, 5-2)

Stanford (W, 5-4)

Vanderbilt (L, 4-2) Stanford (L, 4-0)

Duke (L, 5-2)

DOUBLES COMPETITION FIRST ROUND SECOND ROUND QUARTERFINALS 1983 - Nancy Cohen/Lisa Spain L, 6-2, 6-4 (Burgin/Gates, Stanford) 1984 - Alice Reen/Lisa Spain W, 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 (Wood/Rudd, Rice) L, 6-4, 6-3 (MacGregor/Howell, San Diego State) 1986 - Jane Cohodes/Alice Reen L, 6-4, 7-5 (Fletcher/Finerman, Cal) 1988 - Lisa Apanay/Stacey Schefflin W, 7-5, 6-7 (6), 7-6 (4) (Chambers/Neil, Illinois) L, 6-4, 7-5 (Campbell/Marshall, Oklahoma) 1989 - Shannon McCarthy/Stacey Schefflin W, 7-6 (9), 6-1 (Amend/Jonkowsky, Arizona State) L, 6-3, 6-3 (Finerman/Albano, Cal) 1990 - Shannon McCarthy/Stacey Schefflin W, 6-1, 6-2 (Lane/Iiorkowski, Boston College) W, 6-3, 6-4 (Amend/Glitz, Arizona State) W, 6-1, 6-3 (Gilchrist/Plautz, Texas) 1990 - Caryn Moss/Jill Waldman L, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 (Booth/Waniek, Oklahoma State) 1991 - Angela Lettiere/Shannon McCarthy L, 6-1, 5-7, 6-4 (Bergan/Rojohn, Arizona State) 1992 - Shawn McCarthy/Stacy Sheppard W, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 (Salvatierra/Stevens, Utah) W, 6-3, 6-4 (Barone/Collantes, Ole Miss) L, 6-2, 7-5 (McKeon/Richards, San Diego) 1993 - Anne Chauzu/Angela Lettiere W, 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 (Cioffi/Geiger, Arizona State) L, 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 (Guenther/van der Merwe, William & Mary) 1994 - Tina Samara/Stacy Sheppard W, 6-1, 4-6, 6-4 (Poruri/Schlukebir, Stanford) L, 6-2, 6-3 (Bougnol/Piquemal, Ole Miss) 1995 - Tina Samara/Stacy Sheppard W, 6-2, 6-3 (Gevers/Villarroel, S. Alabama) W, 6-4, 6-3 (Italiano/Schmitt, USC) W, 1-6, 7-6 (5), 6-4 (Bleszynski/Schlukebir, Stanford) 1996 - Michelle Anderson/Anne Chauzu L, 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 (Scott/Shasby, Stanford) 1997 - Michelle Anderson/Marissa Catlin W, 6-2, 6-4 (Maes/Pietrucha, Arizona) W, 6-3, 6-3 (Basica/Green, Florida) W, 6-4, 6-3 (Csapo/Svedenhov, Pepperdine) 1999 - Vanessa Castellano/Marissa Catlin W, 6-0, 6-2 (Fernandez/Penalvo, Marquette) W, 6-0, 6-1 (Ondrejkova/Puflerova, S. Alabama) W, 6-3, 6-4 (Dasso/Hall, Notre Dame) 2000 - Marissa Catlin/Lori Grey W, 6-2, 7-5 (Nedelkova/Ondrisova, VCU) W, 7-5, 6-2 (Colosio/Mores) W, 7-5, 6-7 (4), 6-0 (Bergman/Bielik, Wake Forest) 2000 - Esther Knox/Aarthi Venkatesan W, 7-5, 6-3 (Castellvi/Ojeda, Tennessee) L, 5-7, 6-3, 6-2 (Ashley/Irvin, Stanford) 2001 - Aarthi Venkatesan/Lori Grey L, 6-3, 6-1 (Gough/Regnier, Arizona) 2002 - Agata Cioroch/Lori Grey L, 7-5, 6-3 (Boyanovich/Radman, South Carolina) 2003 - Agata Cioroch/Lori Grey W, 6-1, 4-6, 6-1 (Dawaf/Rotondi, Florida) W, 6-4, 6-1 (Smekodub/Kuhn, Tulane) L, 6-4, 6-2 (Fusano/Kops-Jones, Cal) 2004 - Agata Cioroch/Shadisha Robinson L, 6-3, 7-5 (Grier/Rush, Northwestern) 2005 - Caroline Basu/Shadisha Robinson W, 6-4, 6-3 (Cema/Covello, Baylor) L, 6-3, 5-7, 6-4 (Barnes/Burdette, Stanford) 2007 - Darya Ivanov/Yvette Hyndman L, 6-4, 6-4 (Dulgheru/Kosakowski, Pepperdine) 2009 - Chelsey Gullickson/Nadja Gilchrist L, 7-6 (5), 6-3 (Bek/Hadziselimovic, Clemson) 2010 - Chelsey Gullickson/Nadja Gilchrist W, 6-2, 6-2 (Beelen/Molnar, Iowa) W, 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 (Boxx/Nijssen, Ole Miss) W, 6-2, 6-1 (Frilling/Krisik, Notre Dame) 2011 - Chelsey Gullickson/Kate Fuller W, 6-3, 6-2 (Bolender/Muresan, Michigan) W, 6-4, 6-4 (Fraser/Tomljanovic, Virginia) L, 6-3, 7-6(4) (Barte/Burdette, Stanford) 2012 - Chelsey Gullickson/Nadja Gilchrist W, 6-2, 7-5 (Capra/Kahan, Duke) W, 4-6, 7-6(0), 6-1 (Bektas/Bolender, Michigan) W, 6-1, 6-2 (Juricova/Susyani, Cal)

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SEMIFINALS

FINALS

L, 6-3, 6-3 (Birch/Graham, Stanford)

L, 6-3, 1-6, 6-2 (Phebus/Starrett, UCLA) W, 7-6 (5), 2-6, 6-1 (Bleszynski/Scott, Stanford)

L, 6-2, 3-6, 6-2 (Buth/Nickitas, Florida)

W, 6-1, 6-2 (Lesenarova/Valkyova, USC)

L, 4-6, 7-5, 6-1 (Augustus/Jensen, Cal)

W, 7-5, 6-3 (Ondrekjova/Puflerova, S. Alabama)

L, 4-6, 6-1, 7-5 (Curren/Jensen, Cal)

L, 2-6, 7-5, 7-6 (6) (Pluskota/Whoriskey, Tennessee) W, 7-6 (5), 6-4 (Dolehide/Montez, UCLA)

L, 6-2, 6-4 (Burdette/Gibbs, Stanford)


NCAA Tournament Results FIRST ROUND 1983 - Lisa Spain W, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 (Foreman, Clemson) 1984 - Lisa Spain W, 2-6, 6-4, 6-2 (Linstrom, NE Louisiana) 1986 - Jane Cohodes L, 6-1, 6-4 (Prah, Cal) 1987 - Laurie Friedland W, 7-6 (5), 6-2 (Hahn, Kentucky) 1988 - Liz Alexander W, 6-2, 6-0 (Wood, Oklahoma State) 1988 - Stacy Schefflin L, 6-3, 6-0 (Norwood, USC) 1989 - Shannan McCarthy W, 6-2, 2-6, 6-2 (Larking, San Diego) 1989 - Stacy Schefflin W, 6-0, 6-2 (Sampras, UCLA) 1989 - Liz Alexander W, 1-6, 7-5, 6-2 (Jockosky, Arizona State) 1989 - Caryn Moss W, 6-2, 6-4 (Sloan, Brown) 1989 - Jill Waldman L, 6-2, 6-3 (Yates, Kentucky) 1990 - Shannan McCarthy W, 6-3, 6-1 (Booth, Oklahoma State) 1990 - Caryn Moss W, 6-2, 6-4 (Carotenuto, U.S. Inter.) 1990 - Stacy Schefflin W, 6-3, 6-3 (Durak, William & Mary) 1990 - Jill Waldman W, 6-2, 6-4 (Jonkowsky, Arizona State) 1991 - Angela Lettiere L, 6-4, 6-3 (Kuttler, Florida) 1991 - Shannan McCarthy W, 6-1, 6-3 (Sampras, UCLA) 1991 - Tonya Bogdonas L, 6-0, 6-2 (Mazzotta, Miami) 1991 - Laura Kimel W, 6-3, 6-0 (Yates, Arizona) 1992 - Shannan McCarthy W, 6-2, 6-0 (Sirianni, Oklahoma State) 1992 - Shawn McCarthy W, 6-2, 6-0 (Abe, Cal) 1993 - Anne Chauzu W, 6-2, 6-3 (Poulos, Cal) 1993 - Stacy Sheppard L, 7-5, 7-5 (Mazzotta, Miami) 1994 - Stacy Sheppard W, 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 (Olejar, Pepperdine) 1994 - Angela Lettiere W, 6-4, 6-0 (Callen, Virginia) 1995 - Michelle Anderson L, 6-3, 6-2 (Davidson, Cal) 1995 - Anne Chauzu L, 6-2, 6-4 (Simkova, USC) 1995 - Tina Samara L, 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (6) (Bash, Kentucky) 1995 - Stacy Sheppard W, 2-6, 6-2, 6-2 (Lyons, Duke) 1996 - Michelle Anderson W, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 (Petrov, Pepperdine) 1996 - Anne Chauzu W, 6-3, 6-4 (Sanderson, Duke) 1997 - Michelle Anderson L, 6-2, 0-1, ret. (Harris, Wake Forest) 1997 - Marissa Catlin W, 6-7 (5), 6-3, 6-4 (Lepsi, Tennessee) 1998 - Vanessa Castellano W, 7-5, 1-6, 6-3 (Knox, Cal) 1998 - Aarthi Venkatesan L, 3-6, 7-6(3), 7-5 (Boyd, USC) 1999 - Vanessa Castellano W, 7-5, 6-2 (Warkentin, USC) 1999 - Aarthi Venkatesan W, 6-3, 6-0 (Dascoli, Ohio State) 1999 - Marissa Catlin W, 7-5, 7-6(5) (Giraldo, Clemson) 1999 - Esther Knox W, 6-2, 6-3 (Griffin, Maryland) 2000 - Marissa Catlin W, 6-2, 6-0, (Piski, Auburn) 2000 - Lori Grey W, 6-2, 6-2 (Nasser, Northwesterm) 2000 - Esther Knox W, 6-3, 6-4 (Chiew, BYU) 2000 - Aarthi Venkatesan W, 6-2, 6-0 (Blau, Arizona) 2001 - Aarthi Venkatesan W, 6-3, 6-3 (Tokuda, Stanford) 2001 - Anne Nguyen W, 5-7, 7-6, 6-4 (Miller, Duke) 2001 - Mariel Verban W, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 (Parekh, Baylor) 2002 - Agata Cioroch W, 6-2, 6-2 (Dumitrescu, Florida State) 2003 - Agata Cioroch W, 6-4, 6-2 (Perianu, Oklahoma) 2003 - Anne Nguyen L, 6-1, 6-2 (Encina, Tennessee) 2004 - Agata Cioroch L, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 (Karnaukhova, Sacramento State) 2004 - Shadisha Robinson W, 6-3, 3-6, 6-2 (Aburto, TCU) 2005 - Shadisha Robinson L, 6-3, 6-4 (Yelsey, Stanford) 2005 - Natalie Frazier L, 6-3, 6-2 (Walter, Baylor) 2006 - Natalie Frazier L, score unknown (Carleton, Duke) 2007 - Natalie Frazier W, 6-1, 6-2 (Cerna, Baylor) 2007 - Monika Dancevic W, 6-0, 4-6, 6-2 (Cohen, Miami) 2008 - Kelley Hyndman W, 6-3, 2-6, 7-6(3) (Voelker, Denver) 2008 - Yvette Hyndman L, 5-7, 6-3, 6-3 (Uvarova, VCU) 2009 - Chelsey Gullickson W, 6-2, 6-4 (Kissell, Miami) 2009 - Nadja Gilchrist L, 6-2, 6-4 (Andersson, Cal) 2009 - Yvette Hyndman L, 6-3, 6-3 (Schnack, UCLA) 2010 - Chelsey Gullickson W, 6-1, 6-1 (Rubesova, Northwestern State) 2011 - Chelsey Gullickson W, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 (Wong, Clemson) 2012 - Chelsey Gullickson L, 6-3, 6-2 (Santamaria, USC) 2012 - Maho Kowase L, 2-6, 7-6 (5), 6-1 (Ellis, Texas)

SINGLES COMPETITION

SECOND ROUND

ROUND OF 16

W, 6-0, 7-5 (Blumentritt, Rice)

L, 6-0, 6-2 (Allen, Trinity)

QUARTERFINALS

SEMIFINALS

FINALS

W, 6-2, 6-3 (Elliott, Trinity)

W, 6-4, 7-5 (Jung, Pepperdine)

W, 7-5, 7-5 (Minter, UCLA)

W, 3-6, 7-6 (10), 6-3 (Rush, Trinity)

W, 7-5, 3-6, 6-3 (Gates, Stanford)

W, 4-6, 7-5, 6-0 (Foltz, Indiana)

W, 7-6 (5), 6-2 (Albano, Cal)

L, 7-6 (4), 6-1 (Porter, Pepperdine)

W, 6-1, 6-1 (Reece, Indiana)

L, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 (Santrock, SMU)

L, 4-6, 7-5, 6-1 (Savides, Stanford) L, 6-0, 6-0 (Stafford, Florida)

L, 6-1, 6-1 (Helgeson, Pepperdine) L, 6-2, 7-5 (5) (Emmons, UCLA) L, 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 (Hamers, Kansas) L, 6-4, 6-1 (Green, Stanford) W, 6-1, 6-3 (Denforth, Florida)

L, 6-4, 6-0 (Graham, Stanford)

L, 6-2, 6-1 (Lozzano, Cal) W 6-1, 6-1 (Verbruggen, Miami)

W, 7-6 (3), 7-6 (5) (Vigueira, Cal)

W, 6-2, 5-7, 7-5 (Farley, Florida)

L, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 (Birch, Stanford)

W, 6-2, 6-4 (Reece, Indiana)

W, 6-0, 6-3 (Lloyd, Florida)

W, 6-2, 6-3 (Poruri, Stanford)

L, 6-3, 6-3 (Raymond, Florida)

W, 7-6 (4), 6-2 (Phebus, UCLA)

L, 3-6, 6-1, 6-4 (Exum, Duke) W, 6-2, 6-4 (Schmitt, USC)

W, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1 (Gurney, North Carolina) L, 6-4, 6-2 (de Lone, Harvard) L, 6-1, 6-2 (Farley, Florida) L, 6-1, 2-6, 6-3 (Tzvetkova, Clemson) W, 6-2, 6-2 (Hunt, N.C. State)

W, 7-5, 6-1 (Poulos, Cal)

W, 6-1, 6-0 (Chi, UCLA)

W, 7-6 (6), 6-1 (Collantes, Ole Miss)

W, 4-6, 6-2, 7-6 (5) (Okada, UCSB)

W, 6-2, 6-4 (Chi, UCLA)

W, 7-5, 6-4 (Viollet, Miami)

L, 6-1, 6-1 (Pace, Texas)

W, 6-3, 6-1 (Pavlidou, Arkansas)

L, 6-2, 6-4 (Irvin, Stanford)

W, 7-6(7), 3-6, 6-0 (Lehnhoff, Florida)

L, 6-1, 6-0 (Granville, Stanford)

L, 7-5, 6-2 (Castellvi, Tennessee)

L, 6-4, 6-4 (Hall, Notre Dame) L, 6-4, 6-2 (Hunt, Kansas) W, 7-6 (4), 6-4 (Merchant, Florida)

L, 6-3, 7-5 (Lesenarova, San Diego)

L, 7-6(4), 6-2 (Nickitas, Florida) W, 6-3, 6-2 (Emami, Kentucky)

W, 7-5, 6-2 (Webb, Duke)

W, 6-4, 6-1 (Cooper, UCLA)

L, 6-2, 4-6, 7-6 (4) (Huber, USC)

W, 7-5, 6-1 (Friganovic, New Mexico)

L, 6-4, 6-3 (Valkyova, San Diego)

W, 6-4, 6-3 (Ditty, Vanderbilt)

L, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 (Irvin, Stanford)

L, 6-2, 6-0 (Granville, Stanford) W, 6-4, 7-6(1) (Hazlett, Florida)

L, 6-4, 6-3 (Colosio, LSU)

L, 6-4, 6-3 (Irvin, Stanford) W, 7-6(3), 3-6, 6-3 (Frey, Ole Miss)

W, 6-1, 7-6(3) (Bielik, Wake Forest)

L, 2-6, 6-3, 6-3 (Ditty, Vanderbilt) L, 4-6, 7-5, 6-2 (Engel, Arizona State) L, 6-4, 6-1 (Kalvaria, Stanford) W, 6-0, 6-1 (Pillay, Tulsa)

L, 6-0, 6-4 (Lastra, Stanford)

W, 6-3, 6-4 (Pinchbeck, North Carolina)

W, 6-2, 6-4 (Sumantri, Washington)

W, 6-7(2), 6-2, 6-2 (Kops-Jones, Cal)

W, 6-0, 5-7, 7-6(6) (Logar, Stanford)

L, 6-4, 6-4 (Falcon, LSU)

W, 6-3, 7-6(5) (Juricova, Cal)

W, 6-1, 6-4 (Mosolova, Northwestern)

L, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 (Vallverdu, Miami)

W, 7-6(6), 6-3 (Barte, Stanford)

L, 5-7, 7-5, 6-4 (Kalsarieva, Kentucky)

W, 7-5, 6-3 (Zheltova, Sacramento State) L, 2-6, 6-2, 6-2 (Zemenova, Baylor) W, 6-3, 6-1 (Abdala, Arizona State)

W, 7-6(3), 6-4 (Marand, North Carolina)

W, 6-1, 6-4 (Will, Florida)

W, 6-2, 6-4 (Falconi, Ga. Tech)

W, 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 (Muresan, Michigan)

W, 6-1, 2-6, 6-2 (De Bruycker, North Carolina)

L, 6-3, 6-0 (Juricova, Cal)

W, 6-3, 7-6(7) (Juricova, Cal)

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Grand Slam Titles & National Awards BULLDOGS HAVE WON TEN “GRAND SLAM” TITLES

NATIONAL AWARDS

Georgia has won six singles and four doubles grand slam titles. There have been as many as four grand slam tournaments played annually in college tennis. These are the National Clay Courts (September 1986-2000, doubles added in 1992), the Riviera All-American Championships (October 1983-current, doubles added in 1988), the Rolex National Indoors (Feb. or November 1984-current) and the NCAA Championships (May 1982-current).

TENNIS/COLLEGE PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR Angela Lettiere, 1994

1983 Riviera/ITA All-American Championships: Lisa Spain Final: Spain d. Heliane Steden (Southern California) 6-4, 6-3 1984 NCAA Championships: Lisa Spain Final: Spain d. Linda Gates (Stanford) 7-5, 3-6, 6-3 1994 NCAA Championships: Angela Lettiere Final: Lettiere d. Keri Phebus (UCLA) 7-6(4), 6-2 2002 ITA National Indoor Championships: Agata Cioroch Final: Cioroch d. Jewel Peterson (USC) 6-4, 6-3 2003 ITA National Indoor Championships: Agata Cioroch Final: Cioroch d. Anda Perianu (Oklahoma) 6-3, 6-1 2010 NCAA Championships: Chelsey Gullickson Final: Gullickson d. Jana Juricova (California) 6-3, 7-6(7)

ITA/ROLEX ALL-STAR TEAM Shannan McCarthy, 1992 (S) Angela Lettiere, 1994 (S&D) Michelle Anderson, 1994 (D), ’97 (D) Tina Samara, 1995 (D) Stacy Sheppard, 1995 (D) Marissa Catlin, 1997 (D), ’98 (S), ’99 (D), ’00 (D) Vanessa Castellano, 1999 (D) Lori Grey, 2000 (D), ’03 (D) Aarthi Venkatesan, 2000 (S) Agata Cioroch, 2003 (S&D), ’04 (S) Caroline Basu, 2005 (D) Shadisha Robinson, 2005 (D) Chelsey Gullickson, 2010 (S)

SINGLES

Grand Slam Finalists: National Clay Courts: Caryn Moss-1989, Shannan McCarthy-1990; Riviera All-American: Angela Lettiere-1993, Marissa Catlin-1997, Chelsey Gullickson-2009 Aarthi Venkatesan-2000; Rolex National Indoors: Shannan McCarthy-1991, Angela Lettiere-1994, Marissa Catlin-1999; NCAA Championships: Shannan McCarthy-1992.

DOUBLES

NATIONAL SENIOR-OF-THE-YEAR Stacey Schefflin, 1990 Shannan McCarthy, 1992 Angela Lettiere, 1994

USA TENNIS COLLEGIATE TEAM Marissa Catlin, 1998, 1999 Shadisha Robinson, 2005 Natalie Frazier, 2007

1994 National Clay Courts: Tina Samara and Stacy Sheppard Final: Samara/Sheppard d. Erica O’Neill/Jana Strnadova (Syracuse) 6-3, 6-7(2), 6-3 1994 Rolex National Indoors: Michelle Anderson and Angela Lettiere Final: Anderson/Lettiere d. Rebecca Jensen/Nora Koves (Kansas) 7-5, 6-1 1998 National Clay Courts: Vanessa Castellano and Marissa Catlin Final: Castellano/Catlin d. Celeste Frey/Marianna Eberle (Ole Miss) 6-0, 6-2 1999 Rolex National Indoors: Vanessa Castellano and Marissa Catlin Final: Castellano/Catlin d. Karen Goldstein/Vanessa Webb (Duke) 7-5, 6-3

NATIONAL PLAYER-TO-WATCH Shannan McCarthy, 1989 Angela Lettiere, 1994 Marissa Catlin, 1998 Agata Cioroch, 2002

Grand Slam Finalists: National Clay Courts: Samara/Sheppard-1993; Riviera All-American: McCarthy/Schefflin-1989, Samara/Sheppard-1994, Castellano/Catlin-1997 (walkover), 1998; Rolex National Indoors: Anderson/Chauzu-1996; NCAA Championships: Anderson/Catlin-1997, Castellano/Catlin-1999, Catlin/Grey-2000; Gilchrist/Gullickson-2012

ITA/CISSIE LEARY AWARD FOR SPORTSMANSHIP Cameron Ellis, 2010

ITA All-Academic Team and Scholar-Athletes

The ITA All-Academic Team award goes to any ITA program that has a cumulative team grade point average of 3.20 or above (on a 4.00 scale). All eligible student-athletes who have competed in one or more varsity matches must average into the GPA for the current academic year. In order to earn ITA Scholar-Athlete status a player must meet the following criteria: 1) be a varsity letterwinner, 2) have a grade point average of at least 3.50 (on a 4.00 scale) for the current academic year, and 3) have been enrolled at her present school for at least 2 semesters. This award honors freshman through senior year. 2003: Douglas Wink; 2005: Georgia Team; 2005: Jitka Schonfelodva; 2006: Kelly Sandefer; 2008: Kelley Hyndman, Kelley Moore, Naoko Ueshima; 2009: Lara Fakhoury; 2011: Kelli Jordan, Maho Kowase; 2012: Kate Fuller, Lauren Herring, Alina Jerjomina, Kelli Jordan, Maho Kowase CoSIDA/GTE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Lianna Bebeau, 1988, Jill Waldman, 1990 NCAA POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP Lianna Bebeau, 1988 FIRST HONOR GRADUATES (Perfect 4.0 GPA) Susan Boyett, 1981 (Finance); Lianna Bebeau, 1988 (Finance) VOLVO TENNIS ALL-AMERICA SCHOLARS (1988-92 only) Lianna Bebeau, 1988; Amila Fetahagic, 1989; Jill Waldman, 1990; Caryn Moss, 1991

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NATIONAL ROOKIE-OF-THE-YEAR Shannan McCarthy, 1989 Chelsey Gullickson, 2009

HONDA AWARD

For the past 30 years, the Honda Awards Program has honored the nation’s top female collegiate athletes. Winners are chosen in 12 NCAA sanctioned sports; three additional athletes are recognized as the Inspiration Award winner, Division II and III Athletes of the Year. These women are selected for their leadership abilities, academic excellence and eagerness to participate in community service, in addition to their superior athletic skills. Three Georgia tennis studentathletes have won this award in Lisa Spain, Angela Lettiere and Marissa Catlin. Chelsey Gullickson was a finalist in 2010.

Lisa Spain (1984)

ITA REGIONAL AWARDS

REGIONAL SENIOR-OF-THE-YEAR Elizabeth Alexander, 1989 Stacey Schefflin, 1990 Shannan McCarthy, 1992 Angela Lettiere, 1994 Stacy Sheppard, 1995 Marissa Catlin, 2000 Aarthi Venkatesan, 2001 Natalie Frazier, 2007 Chelsey Gullickson, 2012 REGIONAL ROOKIE-OF-THE-YEAR Shannan McCarthy, 1989 Angela Lettiere, 1991 Lori Grey, 2000 Chelsey Gullickson, 2009 Lauren Herring, 2012 PENN/ITA PLAYER-TO-WATCH Anne Chauzu, 1993 Michelle Anderson, 1994 Aarthi Venkatesan, 2000 Agata Cioroch, 2002 ITA/CISSIE LEARY AWARD FOR SPORTSMANSHIP Cameron Ellis, 2010 ITA/ARTHUR ASHE AWARD FOR SPORTSMANSHIP & LEADERSHIP Cameron Ellis, 2011

Angela Lettiere (1994)

Marissa Catlin (1998)


SEC Championships BULLDOGS OWN 14 SEC TITLES, Eight Regular Season, Six Tournaments

Georgia has amassed 14 SEC titles in the history of the program including eight in the regular season and six tournaments.

1983 Season (18-5, 11-1 SEC)

Georgia claimed its first SEC title, going 8-1 in the regular season and then sweeping through the league tournament in Tuscaloosa, Ala. At the SEC Tournament, Georgia avenged its only league loss of the year, defeating Florida 5-4 in the final. For the second straight year, Lisa Spain earned All-America honors, compiling a 32-4 mark and advancing to the NCAA quarterfinals. Also, Maxxine Kaufman and Dot Higgins played key roles during the season and in the SEC Tournament.

1989 Season (24-4, 8-1 SEC)

Georgia captured its second SEC title with a four-point margin over rival Florida (29-25) after a stellar showing in the league tournament. Stacey Schefflin (No. 2 singles), Caryn Moss (No. 3 singles), No. 3 Doubles) and Jill Waldman (No. 5 singles, No. 3 doubles) earned first place finishes in their SEC flights. Schefflin, Moss and Shannan McCarthy earned All-America honors and McCarthy was named the National-Player-to-Watch. Waldman and Amila Fetahagic were named Academic All-Americans.

1990 Season (23-4, 11-1 SEC)

Georgia recorded its first-ever perfect regular season mark against SEC opponents including six shutouts and halted Florida’s six-year SEC winning streak. The fourth-ranked Bulldogs began league play with a 5-4 win over third-ranked Florida. The Lady Gators shared the league title after a 5-2 win over Georgia in the SEC Tournament final. For the second year in a row. Shannan McCarthy, Stacey Schefflin and Caryn Moss earned All-America honors and Schefflin was named the National Senior-of-the Year.

1994 Season (27-2, 14-0 SEC)

Georgia’s magical season began with a USTA/ITA National Indoor team title in March and continued through conference play as they went undefeated in the SEC. The NCAA champions posted three wins over Florida during the year. At one point, Georgia’s entire lineup was ranked among the top 100. Four Bulldogs earned All-America honors, seven made All-SEC including Angela Lettiere who went on to win the NCAA singles title and was named College Player-of-the-Year, National-Senior-of-the-Year and SEC Player-of-the Year. Lettiere and Michelle Anderson won the USTA/ITA national indoor doubles title too and ended the year ranked No. 1.

2000 Season (27-2, 11-0 SEC)

Georgia notched its second national championship by ending a 48-match Stanford winning streak in the NCAA team final. Georgia’s first title of the year came with a perfect 11-0 SEC mark including snapping Florida’s 65-match conference winning streak. The Bulldogs tied a school record with four All-Americans while five players earned All-SEC honors. Aarthi Venkatesan was named SEC Player-of-the-Year while the duo of Catlin and Grey, who clinched the NCAA team title, ended the year ranked No. 1.

2002 Season (26-2, 11-0 SEC)

Georgia extended its home match winning streak to 50 and posted several impressive road victories to help garner its fifth SEC title. The Bulldogs began their winning ways with another USTA/ITA National Team Indoor title and then went undefeated in conference play. Agata Cioroch headlined the squad as she was named the ITA National-Player-to-Watch, was the lone All-American and was one of five players to be named All-SEC. Alexandra Smith earned MVP honors as she came up big with clinching wins over second-ranked Vanderbilt in Nashville, at top-ranked Florida and South Alabama in the NCAA Championships with the match on the line.

2007 Season (24-2, 10-1 SEC)

The Bulldogs returned to the top of the league in 2007 behind a 10-1 performance in the SEC. One of those 10 wins came against No. 1 Florida, the reigning SEC Champs. That victory catapulted the Bulldogs to the top ranking in the country for the first time since their last SEC Championship in 2002. Georgia went on the win the SEC Tournament as well, upending the five-time defending Gators once more. Senior Natalie Frazier was the tournament’s Most Valuable Player for her undefeated performance at the No. 1 slot. She was named to the All-SEC team as well along with Monika Dancevic, Yvette Hyndman and Darya Ivanov. Frazier, Hyndman and Ivanov became All-Americans as well.

2009 Season (27-3, 10-1 SEC)

The Bulldogs claimed another SEC title in 2009 behind a 10-1 performance in the SEC and then followed that up with their third straight SEC Tournament crown and an NCAA Final Four showing. Senior Monika Dancevic was the SEC Tournament’s Most Valuable Player for her steady performance at the No. 4 slot in singles and No. 2 doubles. She was named to the first team All-SEC team as well freshmen Nadja Gilchrist and Chelsey Gullickson. The freshmen duo earned All-America honors too.

SEC Tournament Titles 1983, 1994, 2001, 2007, 2008, 2009

1983 (Athens, Ga.) Beat LSU 6-3, UT 5-4, UF 5-4 1994 (Fayetteville, Ark.) Beat AU 5-0, OM 5-1, UF 5-3 2001 (Starkville, Miss.) Beat USC 4-3, UF 4-2, UT 4-1 2007 (Lexington, Ky.) Beat AU 4-1, UT 4-1, UF 4-2 2008 (Auburn, Ala.) Beat UK 4-1, ARK 4-3, UF 4-3 2009 (Fayetteville, Ark.) Beat UA 4-1, UF 4-2, UT 4-0

Georgia’s SEC Tournament MVPs (The SEC began naming an MVP in 1997)

1997: 1998: 2001: 2007: 2008: 2009:

Michelle Anderson Marissa Catlin Mariel Verban Natalie Frazier Kelley Hyndman Monika Dancevic

47-19 Record In SEC Tournament

The SEC Women’s Tennis Tournament has been held 25times since 1982. The location rotates around the league. Georgia has played host three times (1983, 1997, 2010).

Georgia In The SEC Tournament

Alabama .............. 3-0 Arkansas.............. 3-0 Auburn ................. 4-0 Florida......................6-10 Kentucky.............. 4-2 LSU ...................... 4-0

Miss. State ........... 1-0 Ole Miss............... 6-2 South Carolina ..... 4-2 Tennessee ........... 12-2 Vanderbilt ............ 0-1

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Awards & Honors SEC PLAYER OF THE YEAR Angela Lettiere, 1994 Michelle Anderson, 1997 Marissa Catlin, 1998 Vanessa Castellano, 1999 Aarthi Venkatesan, 2000

SEC SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Shannan McCarthy, 1991 Tonya Bogdonas, 1992 Michelle Anderson, 1997

SEC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Lori Grey, 2000 Yvette Hyndman, 2007 Chelsey Gullickson, 2009 Lauren Herring, 2012

SEC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Jenny Thornton Susan Green, Jenny Thornton Lianna Bebeau, Susan Green, Jenny Thornton Lianna Bebeau, Lisa Apanay Elizabeth Alexander, Lisa Apanay, Lianna Bebeau, Jill Waldman Elizabeth Alexander, Lisa Apanay, Amila Fetahagic, Stacey Schefflin, Jill Waldman Shannan McCarthy, Shawn McCarthy, Caryn Moss, Stacey Schefflin, Jill Waldman Shannan McCarthy, Maria Salsgard Shannan McCarthy, Shawn McCarthy, Laura Kimel Brooke Galardi, Marianna Land, Angela Lettiere, Lisa Salvatierra Anne Chauzu, Lisa Salvatierra Anne Chauzu, Kappy Kellett Michelle Anderson, Kappy Kellett Jessica Annest, Zoë Mellis Zoë Mellis Marissa Catlin, Esther Knox, Zoë Mellis Christa Grey Christa Grey Tina Hojnik, Alexandra Smith Agata Cioroch, Natalie Frazier, Jennifer Hodge, Jitka Schonfeldova, Alexandra Smith, Douglas Wink Caroline Basu, Natalie Frazier, Jitka Schonfeldova, Evgenia Subbotina Caroline Basu, Natalie Frazier, Kelly Sandefer Natalie Frazier, Kelley Hyndman Kelley Hyndman, Sara Lett, Kelley Moore, Naoko Ueshima Lara Fakhoury, Naoko Ueshima Cameron Ellis, Lara Fakhoury, Yvette Hyndman, Naoko Ueshima Cameron Ellis, Kelli Jordan Kate Fuller, Alina Jerjomina, Kelli Jordan, Maho Kowase

SEC FIRST-YEAR ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2011 2012

(Began in 2003) Jennifer Hodge, Douglas Wink Natalie Frazier Sara Lett Naoko Ueshima Cameron Ellis Kate Fuller, Rachael Hart, Alina Jerjomina, Maho Kowase Lauren Herring

SEC COMMUNITY SERVICE TEAM

(Began in 2004) 2004 Alexandra Smith; 2005-07 Natalie Frazier 2008 Kelley Moore; 2009-10 Cameron Ellis 2011-12 Kate Fuller

FIRST TEAM ALL-SEC

Note: Prior to 1990, there was no distinction between singles and doubles All-SEC honors and only in 1987 and 1993 have the league coaches selected a first- and second-team All-SEC team. In 1994, the format was changed again with the top player(s) at each position (based on record) earning All-SEC honors with the coaches also selecting an at-large squad. In 1995, the second team consisted of all doubles honorees (by position and at-large). In 2006, the format was changed again, removing distinctions between singles and doubles.

1981 1982 1983 1984 1986 1987 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

1995 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Lisa Spain Leigh Shepard, Lisa Spain Lisa Spain Lisa Spain Jane Cohodes Alice Reen Shannan McCarthy, Caryn Moss, Stacey Schefflin, Jill Waldman Caryn Moss, Shannan McCarthy, Stacey Schefflin Angela Lettiere (S), Shannan McCarthy Shannan McCarthy, Shawn McCarthy, Stacy Sheppard Anne Chauzu (D), Angela Lettiere (D), Stacy Sheppard Michelle Anderson (S&D), Anne Chauzu (D), Brooke Galardi (S) Angela Lettiere (S&D), Lisa Salvatierra (D), Tina Samara (D), Stacy Sheppard (S&D) Michelle Anderson (S&D), Anne Chauzu (S&D), Tina Samara (D), Stacy Sheppard (S&D) Vanessa Castellano (D), Marissa Catlin (S&D), Aarthi Venkatesan (S&D), Jane Reid (D) Vanessa Castellano (S&D), Marissa Catlin (D) Marissa Catlin (S&D), Lori Grey (D), Esther Knox (S), Anne Nguyen (S), Aarthi Venkatesan (S) Agata Cioroch (S) Agata Cioroch and Lori Grey (D), Tina Hojnik and Mariel Verban (D) Agata Cioroch /Lori Grey (D), Tina Hojnik/Douglas Wink (D) Jitka Schonfeldova (S), Alexandra Smith (S), Douglas Wink/Natalie Frazier (D) Caroline Basu (D), Shadisha Robinson (D) Caroline Basu, Natalie Frazier Natalie Frazier, Monika Dancevic, Yvette Hyndman Monika Dancevic, Yvette Hyndman Moika Dancevic, Chelsey Gullickson, Nadja Gilchrist Nadja Gilchrist, Chelsey Gullickson Chelsey Gullickson, Maho Kowase Lauren Herring, Chelsey Gullickson, Maho Kowase

UGA SCHOLAR ATHLETE AWARD

This award goes to the tennis student-athlete with the highest GPA for a full academic year. 1976-78 .................. Tina Price 1978-81 .................. Susan Boyett 1982-83 .................. Anne M. Sussman 1984........................ Lynn Morgan 1985-88 .................. Lianna Bebeau 1989........................ Amila Fetahagic 1990........................ Jill Waldman 1991-92 .................. Laura Kimel 1993-94 .................. Brooke Galardi 1995-96 .................. Anne Chauzu 1997........................ Michelle Anderson 1998-2000 .............. Zoë Mellis 2001-02 .................. Alexandra Smith 2003-04 .................. Douglas Wink 2005........................ Jitka Schonfeldova 2006-07 .................. Natalie Frazier 2008........................ Naoko Ueshima 2009........................ Lara Fakhoury 2010........................ Naoko Ueshima 2011 ........................ Kelli Jordan 2012........................ Kelli Jordan

INDIVIDUAL SEC CHAMPIONS

(Only Named from 1980-81, ’84-’89) Note: There were no SEC individual champions in 1982, ’83 and 1990-present, since the championship tournament followed a dual match format in those years. Therefore, the players which are listed for 1980, ’81 and 1984-89 are individual winners of a flighted format. However from 1993-94, the SEC singles and doubles champions were those singles players and doubles teams which won the Coaches’ Indoor Tournament held each fall. No singles or doubles champions have been recognized by the SEC after the 1994 season. No. 1 Singles: 1980 Mary Lynne Smisson 1984 Lisa Spain 1986 Jane Cohodes No. 2 Singles: 1989 Stacey Schefflin No. 3 Singles: 1986 Alice Reen 1989 Caryn Moss No. 5 Singles: 1985 Alice Reen 1986 Laurie Friedland 1988 Jill Waldman 1989 Jill Waldman No. 6 Singles: 1985 Laurie Friedland No. 1 Doubles 1988 Stacey Schefflin and Lisa Apanay No. 2 Doubles 1981 Holly Mills and Jamie Kaplan No. 3 Doubles 1987 Jill Waldman and Laurie Friedland 1989 Jill Waldman and Caryn Moss

UGA ACADEMIC AWARDS

UGA LEWIS LEADERSHIP AWARD: This award goes to students who are the embodiment of dedication, motivation, discipline, positive attitude and who seek the good of the group above personal gain. Women’s Tennis Recipients: Lisa Apanay, 1989; Tony Bogdonas, 1992; Angela Lettiere, 1994; Jane Reid, 1999; Christa Grey, 2001 UGA OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: This award goes to student-athletes who have excelled in the classroom or in their sport. One male and one female winner is chosen annually in the categories of academics and athletics. Six tennis student-athletes have earned this award. Women’s Tennis Recipients: Academics: Susan Boyett, 1981; Susan Dadriu, 1982; Lianna Bebeau, 1988 Athletics: Tina Price, 1978; Lisa Spain, 1983; Angela Lettiere, 1994

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All-Americans Michelle Anderson - Pretoria, South Africa

All-American: 1994-97 • Member of the 1994 NCAA Championship team, USTA National Team Indoor champions in 1994 and 1995 • Georgia’s first-ever four-time All-American in doubles • No. 1 final doubles ranking with Angela Lettiere in 1994 • In 1997 became first player in league history to earn SEC Player of the Year, MVP of the SEC Tournament and SEC Sportsmanship Award • Member of the 1994 and 1997 Rolex All-Star Team • Career Record: 127-51 (S); 82-17 (D)

Lisa Apany - Morrow, Ga. All-American: 1988 • All-America honors in doubles with Stacey Schefflin • In 1989, became first women’s tennis player in Georgia history to win the prestigious UGA Lewis Leadership Award • Career Record: 83-39 (S); 77-26 (D)

Caroline Basu - Wolfsburg, Germany

All-American: 2005 • All-America honors in doubles with Shadisha Robinson Duo set school record with a 28-4 record • Final national ranking of No. 1 in 2005 • Career Record: 23-9 (S); 29-4 (D)

Vanessa Castellano - Barcelona, Spain

All-American: 1998-99 • Four-time All-American and part of the greatest doubles duo in school history with Marissa Catlin; Duo went 26-2 in 1999, won two collegiate Grand Slam events, and reached the finals in two others. • No. 1 final doubles ranking with Catlin in 1999 • 1999 SEC Player of the Year • Reached semifinals of the 1999 NCAAs in singles • Played first two seasons at the University of Montana • Career Record: 130-31 (S); 70-14 (D)

Marissa Catlin - Clearwater, Fla.

All-American: 1997-2000 • Member of the 2000 NCAA Championship team • Shares school record with Shannan McCarthy as seven-time All-American • 1st player at UGA to earn All-America Marissa honors in singles and doubles in her first Catlin three seasons. • Two-time member of USA Tennis Collegiate Team and Rolex All-Star Team • Part of the greatest doubles duo in school history with Vanessa Castellano; Duo went 26-2 in 1999, won two collegiate Grand Slams, and reached the finals in two others • No. 1 final doubles ranking with Lori Grey in 2000 • No. 1 final doubles ranking with Vanessa Castellano in 1999 • No. 1 final singles ranking in 1998 • Became only the second Bulldog to earn All-America honors in singles and doubles as a freshman • Career Record: 123-29 (S); 9316 (D)

Anne Chauzu - Linas, France

All-American: 1993, ’95-’96 • Member of the 1994 NCAA Championship team, USTA National Team Indoor champions in 1994 and 1995 •Paired with Michelle Anderson and finished the 1995 and 1996 season ranked in the top ten • Two-time Scholar-Athlete Award winner • Career Record: 106-59 (S); 61-22 (D)

Agata Cioroch - Warsaw, Poland

All-American: 2002-04 • Member of the 2002 USTA/ITA National Team Indoor Championship, 2002 SEC Champions, 2001 SEC Tournament champions • 2003-04 ITA All-Star Team • Preseason No. 1 ITA Ranking in Singles in 2003 • 2003 ITA National Indoor Singles title, only 2nd repeat champ in ITA history • 2002 Omni Hotels ITA National Indoor Singles title • No. 1 ITA Final Doubles Ranking with Lori Grey (2003); No. 2 in Singles (2003) • 2002 ITA National Player to Watch • Set a school record by winning her first 33 singles matches (26-0 as a freshman); Ranked No. 1 in singles and doubles during junior year • Final 2004 ITA Ranking No. 12 in singles and No. 9 in doubles • Career Record: 126-22 (S); 95-42 (D)

Natalie Frazier - Riverdale, Ga.

All-American: 2007 • Member of the 2007 SEC Championship and SEC Tournament Championship teams • 2007 ITA South Region Senior Player of the Year • 2007 SEC Tournament MVP • No. 5 final singles ranking in 2007 • Earned spots on 2007 USTA Summer Collegiate Team and Pan-Am Games Team • Two-time first-team All-SEC • SEC Honor Roll and SEC Good Works Team • Career Record: 115-45 (S); 93-29 (D)

Kate Fuller - Suwanee, Ga.

All-American: 2011 • Member of the 2011 team that advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals and ended the year ranked No. 8 • Earned All-America honors in doubles with Chelsey Gullickson; the pair reached the NCAA quarterfinals and finished with a 17-6 mark and #8 final ranking • All-SEC 2nd Team in 2012 as team went 24-5 and finished season ranked No. 6. Named to NCAA All-Tournament Team at No. 1 doubles with Nadja Gilchrist • Current Two-Year Record: 45-22 (S); 58-27 (D)

Nadja Gilchrist - Webster, N.Y.

All-American: 2009-10, ’12 • Member of the 2009 SEC Championship and SEC Tournament Championship team that advanced to the NCAA Final Four and ended the year ranked No. 3 • Earned All-America status in doubles three times with Chelsey Gullickson; the pair finished 2009 ranked 7th nationally with a 13-5 record including 11-4 versus ranked opponents; First freshmen duo in UGA history to play #1 doubles in the lineup; Went 25-7 with Gullickson in 2010, duo reached NCAA semifinals and final ranking of #6; Went 24-8 with Gullickson in 2012, NCAA Doubles finalist, final ranking of #13 • 2009-10 First-team All-SEC; School Record Career Wins for Duo: Gullickson (64) • 2009-10 NCAA singles and doubles participant; 2012 NCAA doubles bid • Named to NCAA All-Tournament Team at No. 1 doubles with Kate Fuller • Final ITA singles ranking of #61 in 2009 and #46 in 2010; #13 doubles in 2012 • Career Record: 93-46 (S); 101-36 (D)

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All-Americans Lori Grey - Seminole, Fla. All-American: 2000-01, 2003 • Member of the 2000 NCAA Championship Team and 2002 USTA/ITA National Team Indoor Champions • Member of the 2001 SEC Tournament Championship and 2002 SEC Championship Teams • ITA All-Star Team in 2000 and 2003 • Third player in school history to be named All-American in singles and doubles as a freshman • No. 1 final doubles ranking with Marissa Catlin (2000) and then with Agata Cioroch (2003) • ITA Rookie Player of the Year for the South Region • 2000 SEC Freshman of the Year • 2000 Bill Talbert Junior Sportsmanship Award • Career Record: 105-52 (S); 89-38 (D)

Darya Ivanov - Adelaide, Australia All-American: 2007 • Member of the 2007 SEC Championship and SEC Tournament Championship teams • Earned All-America status in doubles with partner Yvette Hyndman; the pair finished 2007 ranked 10th nationally. • Two-time All-SEC • Two-time All-Conference USA at Tulane before transferring to Georgia her junior year • Georgia Record: 54-23 (S); 59-19 (D) • Career Record: 99-38 (S); 91-41 (D)

Chelsey Gullickson - Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

All-American: 2009-12 • First eight-time All-American in Georgia tennis history (women or men), School Record 230 Career Wins • 2011 All-American in singles and doubles with Kate Fuller • 2010 NCAA Singles Champion, won the title in Athens, ended year 30-8 and final singles ranking of #6, ranked as high as #2 during the season, finalist at ITA All-American event • 2010 US Open Main Draw participant in singles and doubles; reached 2nd round in doubles • Member of the 2009 SEC Championship and SEC Tournament Championship team that reached the NCAA Final Four and had a No. 3 ranking • 2009 ITA National Rookie of the Year, tying a school record with 69 combined wins in singles and doubles, Final ITA singles ranking of #6 and NCAA semifinalist with a 43-10 record; Also tied mark with 69 combined wins as a senior in 2012 • Earned All-America status in singles and in doubles with freshman Nadja Gilchrist; the pair finished 2009 ranked 7th nationally with a 13-5 record including 11-4 versus ranked opponents; First freshmen duo in UGA history to play #1 doubles in the lineup; Went 25-7 with Gullickson in 2010, duo reached NCAA semifinals and final ranking of #6 • 2009-12 First-team All-SEC; 2012 ITA Southeast Region Senior of the Year • 2009 SEC All-Freshmen Team, SEC Freshman of the Year • 2009-12 NCAA singles and doubles participant; ’10 Singles Champion, ’12 Doubles finalist with Gilchrist; Set Georgia Career Record for Duo with 64 wins • 2009 NCAA All-Tournament Team at No. 1 singles • Career Record: 124-34 (S); 106-42 (D)

2007 Doubles All-Americans Yvette Hyndman and Darya Ivanov

Esther Knox - Sydney, Australia

All-American: 1999-2000 • Member of the 2000 NCAA Championship Team • Reached a career-high No. 2 ranking, finished up No. 11 in 2000 • SEC Academic Honor Roll • Played first two seasons at the Univ. of California • Georgia Record: 69-21 (S); 38-12 (D) • Career Record: 105-45 (S); 71-26 (D)

Angela Lettiere - Vero Beach, Fla.

Nadja Gilchrist and Chelsey Gullickson

Yvette Hyndman - Bradenton, Fla.

All-American: 2007 • Member of the 2007 SEC Championship and SEC Tournament Championship teams, 2008 SEC Tournament Champions, 2009 SEC Championship and SEC Tournament Champions • Earned All-America status in doubles with partner Darya Ivanov; the pair finished 2007 ranked 10th nationally • 2007 SEC Freshman of the Year • 2007, 2008 & 2010 first-team All-SEC; 2009 All-SEC second

team • Career Record: 87-64 (S); 96-54 (D)

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All-American: 1991, ’93-’94 • Member of the 1994 NCAA Championship Team and USTA National Team Indoor champions • 1994 NCAA Singles Champion, went 46-14 • 1994 Honda Broderick Award for tennis • 1994 Player-of-the-Year in college tennis by Tennis Magazine • One of only two players in history to play in three consecutive Grand Slam Finals in one season • 1994 Regional, National Senior-of-the-Year and SEC Player-of-the-Year • Captured school’s first-ever Grand Slam doubles title with Michelle Anderson • No. 1 final Doubles Ranking with Michelle Anderson in 1994 • Career Record: 110-46 (S); 49-7 (D)

Shannan McCarthy - Alpharetta, Ga. All-American: 1989-92 • Shares school record with Marissa Catlin as seven-time All-American • Winningest player in Georgia tennis history with 150 victories • 1992 ITA National Senior-of-the-Year • 1992 NCAA singles finalist • 1989 ITA National Rookie-of-the-Year and Player-to-Watch • Three-time Academic All-SEC selection • Career Record: 150-34 (S); 67-16 (D)


All-Americans Shawn McCarthy - Alpharetta, Ga.

Stacy Sheppard - Loganville, Ga.

All-American: 1992 • Improved each year including All-America honors as a senior • Final 1992 ranking of #29 in singles and #15 in doubles • Academic All-SEC and All-SEC • Career Record: 106-37 (S); 49-17 (D)

All-American: 1992,’94-’95 • Member of the 1994 NCAA Championship Team, USTA National Team Indoor champions in 1994 and 1995 • No. 1 final doubles ranking with Tina Samara in 1995 • Rolex All-Star Team after a 26-6 season, winning the SkyTel Clay Court Championships and NCAA semifinalists • 1995 NCAA semifinalist in singles and doubles • Career Record: 123-55 (S); 69-21 (D)

Caryn Moss - Pembroke Pines, Fla.

Lisa Spain - Moultrie, Ga.

All-American: 1989-90 • Two-time All-SEC, Academic All-SEC, Dean’s List • Finalist at the 1990 DuPont National Clay Courts • 1989 SEC No. 3 singles and doubles champion • Career Record: 88-27 (S); 38-5 (D)

All-American: 1981-84 • 1984 NCAA Singles Champion • Honda Broderick Award for Tennis • First All-American in the history of women’s tennis at UGA • SEC Champion in 1983 and 1984 • Member of National Amateur Team, Federation Team • Career Record: 123-21 (S); 73-31 (D)

Anne Nguyen - Lancaster, Penn.

All-American: 2001 • Member of the 2000 NCAA Championship Team • Member of the 2002 USTA/ITA National Team Indoor Championship, 2002 SEC Champions and 2001 SEC Tournament champions • 2000 ITA South Regional singles champion • 2001 SEC Coaches Classic singles champion • Career Record: 116-37 (S); 42-36 (D)

Shadisha Robinson - South Ozone Park, N.Y.

All-American: 2004-05 • Doubles All-American with Agata Cioroch in 2004 • Semifinalist at ITA All-American and National Indoors • Ranked as high as fifth in doubles with Cioroch in the 2003-04 season with a final ranking of ninth • Earned All-America honors in doubles with Caroline Basu as duo set school record with a 28-4 record • Final national ranking of No. 1 in 2005 • Career Record: 66-28 (S); 65-14 (D)

Aarthi Venkatesan - Brisbane, Australia

All-American: 1999-2001 • Member of the 2001 SEC Tournament Championship Team • Limited action as a senior due to injury but posted impressive victory over Stanford’s Laura Granville at USTA/ITA National Team Indoors and snapping her record 65-match winning streak • Member of the 2000 NCAA Championship Team, with key win over Stanford’s Marissa Irvin, ranked No. 1 in college and No. 78 on the WTA tour, in the finals • No. 3 final singles ranking in 2000 • Named 2000 SEC Player of the Year, All-SEC • 2000 NCAA singles semifinalist • Career Record: 111-40 (S); 64-19 (D)

Mariel Verban - Bloomington, Ill.

All-American: 1999 (Wake Forest), 2001 (Georgia) • Member of the 2001 SEC Tournament Championship Team • 2001 SEC Tournament MVP • Transferred to Georgia and began playing in February of 2001, finished year ranked No. 13 • 1998 All-ACC and ACC Rookie of the Year (Wake Forest) • Georgia Record: 30-17 (S); 32-12 (D) • Career Record: 103-46 (S); 66-31 (D)

Tina Samara - Laurel Hollow, N.Y.

All-American: 1994-95 • Member of the 1994 NCAA Championship Team, USTA National Team Indoor champions in 1994 and 1995 • No. 1 final doubles ranking with Stacy Sheppard in 1995 • Rolex All-Star Team after a 26-6 season, winning the SkyTel Clay Court Championships and NCAA semifinalists • Won ITA Summer Circuit’s “triple crown” by winning the singles, doubles, and mixed doubles titles • Played on Norway’s Federation Cup Team • Career Record: 118-43 (S); 67-18 (D)

Stacey Schefflin - Charlotte, N.C.

All-American: 1988-90 • Ranks second in school history with 133 singles wins • Ranks second in school history with 86 career doubles victories • In 1989, joined Shannan McCarthy as the first players in UGA history as All-American in singles and doubles •1990 Regional and National Senior-of-the-Year • Career Record: 133-41 (S); 86-26 (D)

Georgia All-American Totals 8 7 7 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1

Chelsey Gullickson: 2009-12 (S&D) Marissa Catlin: 1997-’99 (S&D), 2000 (D) Shannan McCarthy: 1989-91 (S&D), ’92 (S) Aarthi Venkatesan: 1999 (S), 2000-2001(S&D) Michelle Anderson: 1994-96 (D), ’97 (S&D) Stacey Schefflin: 1988 (D); ’89-’90 (S&D) Agata Cioroch: 2002 (S), 2003 (S&D), 2004 (S&D) Lori Grey: 2000 (S&D), 2001 (D), 2003 (D) Vanessa Castellano: 1998-99 (S&D) Stacy Sheppard: 1992, ’94 (D), ’95 (S&D) Angela Lettiere: 1991, ’93 (D), ’94 (S&D) Lisa Spain: 1981-84 (S) Nadja Gilchrist: 2009-10, ’12 (D) Shadisha Robinson: 2004 (D), ’05 (S&D) Esther Knox: 1999 (S), 2000 (S&D) Anne Chauzu: 1993, ’95-’96 (D) Mariel Verban: 2001 (S) {1999-Singles at Wake Forest} Tina Samara: 1994, ’95 (D) Shawn McCarthy: 1992 (S&D) Caryn Moss: 1989, ’90 (S) Kate Fuller: 2011 (D); Natalie Frazier: 2007 (S); Yvette Hyndman: 2007 (D); Darya Ivanov: 2007 (D); Caroline Basu: 2005 (D); Anne Nguyen: 2001 (S); Lisa Apanay: 1988 (D)

Most All-Americans In One Year: 4 (1994, ’99, 2000, ’01); 3 (1989, ’90, ’92, ’95, ’05, ‘07); 2 (1988, ’91, ’93, ’96, ’97, ’98, ’09); 1 (1981, ’82, ’83, ’84, 2002)

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Letterwinners -AElizabeth Alexander (1988-89) Laurie Allen (1980) Ellen Alsobrook (1981) Michelle Anderson (1994-97) Alexandra Anghelescu (2011) Jessica Annest (1997-98) Lisa Apanay (1986-89)

Columbus, Ohio Dunwoody, Ga. Decatur, Ga. Pretoria, S. Africa Johns Creek, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Morrow, Ga.

-BKelly Baskin (1996-97, ’99-00) Caroline Basu (2005-06) Lianna Bebeau (1985-88) Chris Belasco (1981) Tonya Bogdonas (1989-92) Susan Boyett (1979-80) Sherri Byrd (1979-81)

Marietta, Ga. Wolfsburg, Germany Decatur, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Rockford, Ill. Coral Gables, Fla. Belton, S.C.

-CVanessa Castellano (1998-99) Marissa Catlin (1997-00) Anne Chauzu (1993-96) Agata Cioroch (2001-04) Nancy Cohen (1980-82) Jane Cohodes (1985-88) Kelly Coleman (1986) Pam Crews (1975-76)

Barcelona, Spain Clearwater, Fla. Linas, France Warsaw, Poland Miami, Fla. Bexley, Ohio Toledo, Ohio unknown

-DMonika Dancevic (2007--09) -ECameron Ellis (2008--11) Adrienne Elsberry (2007-08)

Thorold, Ontario, Canada Roswell, Ga. Athens, Ga.

-FLara Fakhoury (2007, ’09-10) Lu Fendig (1976-77) Amila Fetahagic (1988-89) Jennifer Fisher (1982-83) Wright Floyd (1988) Natalie Frazier (2004-07) Laurie Friedland (1985-88) Kate Fuller (2011-12)

Tampa, Fla. St. Simons, Ga. Zenica, Yugoslavia Framingham, Mass. Atlanta, Ga. Riverdale, Ga. Miami, Fla. Suwanee, Ga.

-GBrooke Galardi (1993-95) Nancy Gates (1979) Kathy George (1977) Nadja Gilchrist (2009-12) Marshall Graham (1984) Sue Green (1984-86) Christa Grey (1998-01) Lori Grey (2000-03) Dana Grubbs (1979-80) Chelsey Gullickson (2009-12)

LaJolla, Calif. Rome, Ga. Anniston, Ala. Webster, N.Y. Reidsville, N.C. Kalamazoo, Mich. Seminole, Fla. Seminole, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

-HRachael Hart (2011) Lauren Herring (2012) Dot Higgins (1981-83) Jennifer Hodge (2003-04) Tina Hojnik (2001-03) LuAnn Howard (1975) Kelley Hyndman (2005-08) Yvette Hyndman (2007-10)

Alpharetta, Ga. Greenville, N.C. Rome, Ga. Athens, Ga. Maribor, Slovenia Atlanta, Ga. Bradenton, Fla. Bradenton, Fla.

Darya Ivanov (2006-07) Susan Jackson (1975-77) Alina Jerjomina (2011-12) Kelli Jordan (2010-12)

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-KJennifer Kalnitsky (1992) Jaime Kaplan (1980-81) Wendi Kaplan (1988) Maxxine Kaufman (1982-84) Kappy Kellett (1995-97) Lilly Kimbell (2011-12) Laura Kimel (1991-92) Esther Knox (1999-00) Maho Kowase (2011-12) Marianna Land (1993-95) Sara Lett (2008) Angela Lettiere (1991-94) Donna Little (1981) Julie Lumpkin (1979-80)

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-MChris Marshburn (1975-77) Margaret Martin (1978-79) Jeanette Mattsson (2002) Shannan McCarthy (1989-92) Shawn McCarthy (1989-92) Janet McClelland (1977-80) Barbara McKinley (1977) Zoë Mellis (1997-2000) Melanie Mercer (1985-87) Holly Mills (1981) Kelley Moore (2008) Lynn Morgan (1983-85) Caryn Moss (1989-91)

Anne Nguyen (2000-03)

Tina Price (1975-77)

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-RAlice Reen (1984-87) Adele Reid (1981) Jane Reid (1995-96, ’98-99) Shadisha Robinson (2004-06) Lauren Rose (1997-98) -SMaria Salsgard (1990-92) Tina Samara (1993-96) Dolores Sanchez (1978-79)

Adelaide, Australia

Gullickson, Herring, Gilchrist and Kowase at the 2012 NCAA Welcome Brunch

Charlotte, N.C. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Tifton, Ga. Kanata, Ontario Macon, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Miami Beach, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. New Braunfels, Texas Winter Park, Fla. Sydney, Australia Kashiwa, Chiba, Japan Atlanta, Ga. Indianapolis, Ind. Vero Beach, Fla. Charlotte, N.C. Columbus, Ga.

unknown Gainesville, Ga. Osthammar, Sweden Alpharetta, Ga. Alpharetta, Ga. Waycross, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Essex, England Lookout Mtn, Tenn. Sarasota, Fla. Duluth, Ga. Midlothian, Va. Pem. Pines, Fla.

Lancaster, Penn.

Dublin, Ga.

Orlando, Fla. Charlotte, N.C. Marietta, Ga. S. Ozone Park, N.Y. Toledo, Ohio Halmstad, Sweden Laurel Hollow, N.Y. Augusta, Ga.

Susan Sadri (1981-82) Lisa Salvatierra (1993-95) Stacey Schefflin (1987-90) Jitka Schonfeldova (2004-05) Lorri Seals (1983) Leigh Shepherd (1980-82) Stacy Sheppard (1992-95) Anastasiya Shevchenko (2005) Mary Lynne Smisson (1979-80) Alexandra Smith (2001-04) Debi Snelling (1975-77) Laura Snelling (1983) Lisa Spain (1981-84) Evgenia Subbotina (2003-06) Anne Sussman (1980-81)

Jenny Thornton (1983-86) Frances Turner (1983-86)

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Charlotte, N.C. San Francisco, Ca. Matthews, N.C. Prague, Czech Rep. Tyrone, Ga. Newton, N.C. Loganville, Ga. Barcelona, Spain Columbus, Ga. Marietta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Moultrie, Ga. Minsk, Belarus Augusta, Ga.

Dublin, Ireland Pensecola, Fla.

-UNaoko Ueshima (2007-10)

Nishinomiya, Japan

-VAarthi Venkatesan (1998-01) Mariel Verban (2001-02)

Brisbane, Australia Bloomington, Ill.

-WJill Waldman (1987-90) Nadine van de Walle (1995-98) Paula Westmoreland (1979-80) Douglas Wink (2003-04)

Charleston, S.C. Huissen, Holland Griffin, Ga. Greensboro, N.C.

Hollye Yermovsky (1977) Cathy Young (1977) Terri Ysseldyke (1977)

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Waycross, Ga. Kennesaw, Ga. Marietta, Ga.

Bold indicates current Georgia letterwinner

In 2009, several Bulldog letterwinners returned for a reunion including (l-r): Kelly Baskin, Agata Cioroch, Lori Grey, Christa Grey, Kelley Hyndman, Marianna Land, Anne Nguyen, Evgenia Subbotina and Mariel Verban

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Series Records

SCHOOL Agnes Scott Alabama Ala-B’ham Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Auburn Baylor Boise State Boston College Brenau Butler BYU California Central Florida Clemson Coast. Carolina Coll. Charleston Dartmouth Duke E. Kentucky East Tenn. State Emmanuel Emory Flagler Florida Fla. International Fla. State Fresno State Furman Ga. College Ga. Southern Ga. State Ga. Tech Harvard Houston Illinois Illinois State Indiana Iowa James Madison Kansas Kansas State Kentucky Long Beach LSU Marist Marshall MD-Baltimore Co. Memphis Mercer Miami Michigan Michigan State Mid. Tenn. St. Minnesota Mississippi

SERIES REC. 2-0 37-2 1-0 1-0 2-1 23-3 48-6 8-2 1-0 1-0 4-0 1-0 7-1 9-6 1-0 24-19 1-0 8-5 1-0 12-12 1-0 2-0 1-0 8-0 1-0 15-42 2-0 8-10 1-0 16-1 3-0 16-1 15-0 20-4 3-1 1-2 1-0 2-0 8-1 1-0 1-0 5-0 1-0 28-10 1-0 35-4 1-0 2-0 1-0 4-0 6-0 6-5 2-0 2-0 4-0 2-0 31-8

1ST MTG. 1975 1975 1987 1993 1987 1983 1974 1986 2009 1991 1977 2011 1987 1982 1999 1976 2001 1976 2002 1977 1985 2007 2002 1977 1976 1977 2012 1976 2004 1974 1974 1974 1977 1984 1988 1986 1985 1982 1983 1980 1984 1989 2012 1980 1987 1975 2011 2006 2003 1981 1976 1979 1982 1980 1998 1987 1982

LAST LAST UGA OPP. WIN WIN 1984 ------2012 2012 1987 ------1993 ------1992 1997 2012 2008 2012 2007 2009 2008 2009 ------1991 ------1979 ------2011 -----2002 1996 2011 2012 1999 -----2012 2010 2001 ------2012 1979 2002 ------2001 2012 1985 ------2008 ------2002 ------1987 ------1976 ------2009 2012 2012 ------2010 1985 2004 ------2009 1974 1976 ------2007 1974 1999 ------2012 2010 2010 2006 1987 1986 1985 ------2003 ------2006 1985 1980 ------1984 ------1997 ------2012 ------2012 2006 1987 ------2012 1985 2011 -----2009 ------2003 ------2012 ------1981 ------1996 2010 2012 ------1986 ------2002 ------1993 ------2012 2010

SERIES SCHOOL REC. Miss. State 34-0 Miss. U. of W. 2-0 Missouri 1-0 New Mexico 1-0 North Carolina 4-7 Northeast La. 3-0 Northwestern 3-4 Notre Dame 6-0 Ohio State 2-0 Oklahoma 2-0 Oklahoma State 7-5 Peace College 1-0 Pepperdine 3-0 Presbyterian 2-0 Princeton 0-1 Purdue 1-0 Quinnipiac 1-0 Rice 1-0 Rollins 2-3 Samford 1-0 San Diego 1-0 San Diego State 0-2 Univ. of South 2-0 Shorter 2-0 South Alabama 7-1 South Carolina 42-15 S.C. State 2-0 S.C. @ Buford 1-0 S.C. @ C’ston 1-0 South Florida 6-5 Southern California 8-1 SMU 2-2 Stanford 3-19 Tennessee 43-8 Tenn.-Chat. 1-1 Texas 12-3 Texas A&M 7-0 TCU 3-3 Tift 3-0 Trinity 3-2 Troy 1-0 UCLA 7-3 UNLV 4-0 USIA 1-0 Utah 4-0 Valdosta State 5-0 Vanderbilt 28-7 Virginia 1-0 VCU 1-0 Virginia Tech 2-0 Wake Forest 6-3 West Georgia 1-0 Wichita State 2-0 William & Mary 9-2 Winthrop 3-0 Wisconsin 2-0 Yale 2-0

1ST MTG. 1981 1977 2012 1989 1978 1984 1985 1993 1983 1983 1982 1982 1987 1979 1977 1984 2005 1986 1978 2004 1987 1987 1974 1977 1979 1974 2007 1978 1985 1980 1989 1984 1987 1976 1984 1988 1986 1984 1975 1985 2012 1988 1994 1989 1988 1979 1983 1980 2011 1990 1978 1984 2005 1986 2002 1986 2008

LAST UGA WIN 2012 1981 2012 1989 2004 1992 2005 2008 2000 1984 1992 1982 1992 1980 ------1984 2005 1986 1985 2004 1987 1987 1974 1978 2002 2012 2009 1978 1985 2010 2009 1990 2002 2012 1990 2012 2008 2004 1976 1989 2012 2009 1999 1989 1990 1982 2012 1980 2011 2010 2003 1984 2008 2010 2007 2001 2011

LAST OPP. WIN ------------------------2011 ------2009 ------------------1986 ------------------1977 -----------------1983 ------------------------------1986 2010 ------------------1985 2003 1988 2011 2011 1988 1994 ------1986 ----1986 ------1996 ------------------------2006 -----------------1996 ------------1997 -------------------

Maho Kowase

Lauren Herring

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Year-by-Year Results ANNUAL TEAM RECORDS Cumulative Record: 763-249 (.754), 38 seasons Year 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Record(*) 8-4 14-0 16-2 17-10 10-19 15-10 15-6 11-9 22-9 18-5 (18th) 18-9 16-20 20-9 (22nd) 26-5 (6th) 22-7 (7th) 24-4 (4th) 23-4 (6th) 25-5 (4th) 22-6 (5th) 20-6 (7th) 27-2 (1st) 23-4 (3rd) 13-14 (14th) 18-5 (6th) 21-5 (4th) 24-4 (5th) 27-2 (1st) 23-5 (5th) 26-2 (3rd) 19-5 (7th) 20-5 (7th) 18-8 (9th) 13-10 (25th) 24-2 (4th) 22-5 (8th) 27-3 (3rd) 13-10 (18th) 19-5 (8th) 24-5 (6th)

SEC ------3-1 (4th) 2-2 (3rd) 5-2 (3rd) 11-1 (1st) 7-2 (3rd) 7-4 (3rd) 7-2 (3rd) 7-2 (3rd) 7-3 (2nd) 8-1 (1st) 11-1 (T1st) 10-2 (2nd) 12-2 (2nd) 11-3 (2nd) 14-0 (1st) 12-2 (2nd) 6-8 (7th) 11-3 (2nd) 11-3 (2nd) 11-2 (3rd) 11-0 (1st) 8-3 (4th) 11-0 (1st) 9-2 (T2nd) 9-2 (3rd) 7-4 (4th) 8-3 (T3rd) 10-1 (1st) 9-2 (2nd) 10-1 (1st) 8-3 (T2nd) 9-2 (T2nd) 9-2 (2nd)

Head Coach Jane Kuykendoll Jane Kuykendoll Jane Kuykendoll Jane Kuykendoll Greg McGarity Greg McGarity Greg McGarity Greg McGarity Lee Myers Lee Myers Cissie Donigan Cissie Donigan Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace Jeff Wallace

Georgia Coaches Career Records Jane Kuykendoll: 55-16 (1974-77) Greg McGarity: 51-44 (1978-81) Lee Myers: 40-14 (1982-83) Cissie Donigan: 34-29 (1984-85) Jeff Wallace: 583-146 (1986-present)

Greg McGarity

*Final ITCA/ITA Ranking 1974 (8-4) {sites not available) Univ. South S. Carolina Ga. Southern Furman Ga. College Emory Univ. South Ga. Southern Furman S.Carolina—forfeit Emory Auburn

1975 (14-0) {sites not available) Valdosta St. UT-Chatt. Tift Auburn Alabama LSU Furman Tift Ga. College Emory Agnes Scot Ga. Southern Emory Furman

W, 6-3 L, 5-4 W, 8-1 L, 6-3 W, 8-1 W, 5-4 W, 9-0 L, 6-3 L, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 6-3

W, 9-0 W, 5-3 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W12W10W, 7-2 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 W, 7-2

1976 (16-2) {sites not available) Clemson College of Charleston Auburn Flagler Clemson College of Charleston Mercer Florida State Auburn Ga. College Furman Tift Ga. College Emory Tennessee Emory Furman Auburn

1977 (17-10) {sites not available) North Carolina Duke Furman Ms.Univ.-Women Florida LSU Alabama Auburn Clemson College of Charleston

W, 8-1 W, 7-2 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 L, 7-2 L, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 W, 7-2

L, 8-1 L, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 7-2 L, 9-0 L, 8-1 L, 7-2 W, 8-1 L, 6-3 L, 5-4

Princeton Ga. Southern Ga. State Clemson Mercer Auburn Furman College Charleston S. Carolina Emory Brenau Furman Emory Ga. State Shorter Brenau Auburn

1978 (10-19)

Wake Forest Clemson LSU at Fla. State at Auburn at Furman N. Carolina Duke USC-Buford UT-Chattanooga Coll. Chrlston Wake Forest Auburn Florida State

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L, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 L, 5-4 W, 8-1 W, 5-4 W, 7-1 W, 7-2 L, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 5-4

L, 6-3 L, 8-1 L, 9-0 L, 7-2 L, 7-2 W, 9-0 L, 8-1 L, 8-1 W, 9-0 L, 8-1 L, 7-2 L, 9-0 L, 6-3 L, 6-3

Lee Myers

Jeff Wallace

Cissie Donigan

Ga. State W, 7-2 Ga. Southern W, 9-0 at Clemson L, 6-3 Shorter W, 7-2 at S. Carolina W, 5-4 at College Charleston L, 7-2 Mercer W, 9-0 College of Charleston L, 6-3 S. Carolina L, 6-3 Clemson L, 5-2 Auburn L, 5-2 at Ga. State W, 9-0 ^Ga. State W, 9-0 ^Ga. Southern W, 9-0 %Rollins W, 6-0 ^GAIAW State Tournament; %AIAW Region III Tournament

Virginia W, 6-3 Iowa W, 6-3 Clemson L, 7-2 Presbyterian W, 8-1 Mercer W, 9-0 at Kentucky W, 7-2 W, 8-1 Michigan State (KY) Furman (forfeit) W, 9-0 at Ga. State W, 9-0 Auburn (forfeit) W, 9-0 Alabama W, 5-4 Ga. Southern W, 8-1 Ga. State W, 8-1 %S. Alabama W, 7-2 %S. Florida L, 6-3 %AIAW Region III Tournament

1979 (15-10)

at Tennessee L, 6-3 Fla. State L, 6-3 at S. Carolina L, 6-3 Clemson L, 6-3 Miss. State W, 9-0 Memphis State W, 7-2 South Florida L, 5-4 Valdosta State W, 7-2 at Mercer W, 9-0 Coll. Chrlston W, 8-1 S. Carolina L, 7-2 at Clemson L, 6-3 Ga. Southern W, 8-1 Ga. State W, 8-1 %S. Alabama W, 7-2 %S. Florida L, 6-3 %AIAW Region III Tournament

South Carolina L, 8-1 North Carolina L, 6-1 Duke L, 5-4 Furman W, 7-2 Miami L, 6-1 LSU L, 7-2 Auburn W, 5-4 Valdosta St. W, 9-0 at S. Carolina L, 8-1 at Presbyterian W, 6-0 Clemson L, 5-4 Furman W, 6-3 Brenau W, 9-0 at Mercer W, 9-0 Georgia State W, 8-1 at Clemson L, 6-3 Auburn W, 5-2 at College of Charleston L, 6-3 at Ga. Southern W, 9-0 at Brenau W, 7-2 at Ga. State W, 8-1 at Ga. Southern W, 9-0 at Auburn W, 7-2 %S. Alabama W, 8-1 %Florida L, 8-1 %AIAW Region III Tournament

1980 (15-6, 3-1 SEC) Clemson S. Carolina at College of Charleston Florida at Valdosta St. Fla. State (Val., Ga.)

L, 5-4 L, 9-0 W, 6-3 L, 7-2 W, 9-0 L, 5-4

1981 (11-9, 2-2 SEC)

1982 (22-9, 5-2 SEC) Coll. Chrlston Duke Ga. State Illinois State Okla. State TCU at Peace College at N. Carolina at Duke at Wake Forest Alabama Florida S. Carolina at Furman at Florida State at Valdosta St.

W, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 L, 5-4 L, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 6-3 W, 6-3 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 L, 6-3 L, 6-3 W, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 9-0


Year-by-Year Results Ga. Southern W, 8-1 Clemson W, 5-4 Auburn W, 8-1 Kentucky W, 8-1 at Ga. State W, 7-2 #LSU W, 9-0 #Ole Miss L, 5-4 #Tennessee W, 6-3 Michigan W, 7-2 %Alabama W, 7-2 %Ole Miss L, 5-4 *S. Florida W, 7-2 *S. Florida W, 5-4 *Cal-Berkeley L, 7-2 *Florida State L, 5-4 #SECs, Oxford, Ms.; %AIAW Region III Tournament; *AIAW Nationals

1983 (18-5, 11-1 SEC) SEC Champions SEC Tournament Champions Ole Miss at Alabama Duke Oklahoma Indiana Arkansas Kentucky at Florida State at South Florida at Rollins at Florida Ohio State Miss. State at Auburn at S. Carolina Ga. State LSU Columbus Coll. at Tennessee at Vanderbilt #LSU #Tennessee #Florida #SECs, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

1984 (18-9, 7-2 SEC) North Carolina Fla. State James Madison at Kentucky Tennessee Okla. State Purdue Fla. State (Clemson)

W, 7-2 W, 7-2 W, 5-4 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 W, 6-3 W, 7-2 L, 6-3 L, 5-4 L, 5-4 L, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 6-2 L, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 W, 5-4

W, 5-4 L, 7-2 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 W, 8-1 L, 5-4 W, 8-1 L, 6-3

Miami (Clemson) S. Florida (Clemson) Vanderbilt vs. Oklahoma (@VU) at SMU Northeast La. (SMU) San Diego St (SMU) at TCU W. Georgia (Atlanta) Agnes Scott (ATL) Columbus Col. (ATL) at Ga. Tech Alabama Florida S. Carolina at Ole Miss Auburn at Miss. State at LSU

1985 (16-20, 7-4 SEC)

@ S. Carolina W, 7-2 @ Indiana L, 5-4 @ N. Carolina W, 5-4 at N. Carolina L, 7-2 at Duke W, 6-3 *Clemson L, 6-3 *Rollins W, 6-3 *S. Florida L, 5-1 *Clemson L, 5-4 S. Diego St. (Provo) L, 7-2 California (Provo) L, 8-1 Okla. State (Provo) L, 6-3 at Tennessee W, 5-4 Vanderbilt W, 5-4 at USC-Chrlston W, 8-1 LSU W, 5-4 #LSU L, 6-3 #N. Carolina L, 5-4 #Rollins W, 5-4 #Trinity L, 9-0 %Okla. State L, 6-3 %S. Carolina L, 5-4 %Illinois W, 9-0 Miami L, 9-0 TCU L, 5-4 Florida L, 7-2 Fla. State (at UF) L, 5-4 Northwestern (at UF) W, 8-1 at Alabama W, 5-4 at Auburn W, 6-1 Kentucky L, 6-3 at S. Carolina W, 7-2 Northeast La. W, 5-4 Mississippi L, 5-4 Eas. Kentucky W, 9-0 Miss. State W, 7-2 @USC Invite, Columbia, S.C.; #FSU Invite, Tallahassee, Fla.; *Miami Invite, Miami, Fla.; %Clemson Invite, Clemson; &Houston Classic, Houston, Texas

1986 (20-9, 7-2 SEC)

1983 SEC Champions

L, 8-1 L, 6-3 W, 8-1 W, 5-1 L, 8-1 W, 6-0 L, 6-3 W, 5-4 W, 6-0 W, 6-0 W, 5-1 W, 9-0 W, 5-4 L, 6-3 W, 8-1 L, 5-3 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 W, 8-1

Clemson Wisconsin Duke Michigan St. Texas A&M at Ga. Tech at LSU at Kentucky #Duke #S. Florida #Houston Vanderbilt Wm. & Mary Furman Baylor

L, 6-3 W, 6-3 W, 7-2 W, 8-1 W, 5-4 W, 9-0 W, 6-3 L, 5-4 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 L, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 7-0

1987 NCAA Finalists %S. Alabama L, 5-4 %S. Carolina W, 8-1 %Okla. State L, 5-4 Alabama W, 8-1 at TCU L, 5-4 at Trinity L, 7-2 & Rice W, 6-3 & S. Alabama W, 5-4 & Houston L, 5-4 Florida L, 6-3 Auburn W, 8-1 Tennessee W, 9-0 at Miss. State W, 5-1 at Ole Miss W, 9-0 #FSU Invite, Tallahassee, Fla.; %Clemson Invite, Clemson; &Houston Classic, Houston, Texas

1987 (26-5, 7-2 SEC) NCAA Finalists

Clemson W, 5-4 Miami L, 7-2 S. Alabama W, 9-0 Duke W, 8-1 at Alabama W, 8-1 at S. Carolina W, 6-2 UAB W, 8-0 Northwestern L, 5-4 Texas A&M W, 7-2 at BYU W, 5-4 South Florida W, 5-1 Houston W, 7-2 S. Alabama W, 9-0 Wm. & Mary W, 7-2 Kentucky L, 6-3 at San Diego W, 8-1 Minnesota W, 9-0 at Long Beach St. W, 9-0 at Pepperdine W, 7-2 at Auburn W, 7-2 Miss. State W, 9-0 LSU W, 7-2 Ga. Tech W, 9-0 at Florida L, 7-2 #Ole Miss W, 9-0 #Vanderbilt W, 8-1 #Tennessee W, 9-0 $Miami W, 5-4 $Trinity W, 5-4 $SMU W, 5-4 $Stanford L, 5-1 #SECs, Athens, Ga; $NCAAs, Los Angeles, Calif.

1988 (22-7, 7-3 SEC) NCAA Quarterfinalists Duke at Utah ~UCLA ~BYU ~TCU at Ga. Tech at Kentucky S. Carolina Vanderbilt Florida

L, 5-4 W, 9-0 L, 5-4 W, 5-4 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 L, 6-1 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 L, 8-1

@SMU L, 6-3 @Harvard W, 5-1 @Okla. State W, 5-0 @Indiana W, 5-1 at LSU W, 7-2 at Texas W, 6-3 at Texas A&M W, 9-0 at Trinity W, 7-2 Okla. State W, 5-1 Kentucky L, 5-4 Miami W, 6-3 Tennessee W, 8-1 Alabama W, 9-0 #Ole Miss W, 8-1 #Miss. State W, 7-2 #Auburn W, 8-1 Northwestern W, 9-0 $Indiana W, 5-4 $Stanford L, 5-3 ~Provo, Utah; @USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, Madison, Wis.; #SECs, Baton Rouge, La.; $NCAAs, Los Angeles, Calif.

1989 (24-4, 8-1 SEC) NCAA Semifinalists SEC Champions

at S. Carolina W, 5-1 Ole Miss W, 9-0 LSU W, 9-0 Utah W, 9-0 USIU (Gainesville) W, 7-2 at Florida L, 5-4 @Cal-Berkeley W, 5-4 @Miami W, 6-0 @Florida L, 5-4 @UCLA L, 5-4 Texas W, 7-2 Texas A&M W, 7-2 Kansas W, 9-0 BYU W, 6-3 at Alabama W, 7-2 at Southern Cal W, 5-2 at New Mexico W, 9-0 at Okla. State W, 5-1 Trinity W, 7-0 Ga. Tech W, 9-0 at Vanderbilt W, 9-0 at Tennessee W, 6-0 Miss. State W, 9-0 at Auburn W, 7-2 Kentucky W, 9-0 $Texas W, 5-1 $Cal-Berkeley W, 5-4 $Stanford L, 6-0 @USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, Madison, Wis.; SECs, Oxford, Miss.; $NCAAs, Gainesville, Fla.

1990 (23-4, 11-1 SEC) NCAA Quarterfinalists SEC Champions Oklahoma State at Miami Virginia Tech Florida

W, 5-1 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 W, 5-4

at Duke L, 6-3 Alabama W, 9-0 Vanderbilt W, 9-0 @Ariz. State W, 5-1 @Okla. State W, 5-1 @Stanford L, 6-0 Kansas W, 9-0 S. Carolina W, 6-0 at LSU W, 8-1 at Utah W, 9-0 ~SMU (Provo, Utah.) W, 9-0 ~BYU (Provo, Utah) W, 8-1 at Miss. State W, 6-0 at Ole Miss W, 9-0 at Ga. Tech W, 6-0 at Kentucky W, 9-0 Auburn W, 6-0 Tennessee W, 6-0 #Auburn W, 5-0 #Tennessee W, 5-1 #Florida L, 5-2 $Oklahoma State W, 5-1 $Stanford L, 6-0@ USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, ~Provo, Utha; Madison, Wis.; #SECs, Starkville, Miss. ; $NCAAs, Gainesville, Fla.

1991 (25-5, 10-2 SEC) NCAA Semifinalists

LSU W, 7-2 at Alabama W, 9-0 Utah W, 5-1 N.E. Louisiana W, 9-0 Boston College W, 9-0 Texas W, 9-0 W, 8-1 @Pepperdine @Indiana W, 5-1 @Stanford L, 5-4 Miami W, 6-1 Ole Miss W, 7-2 Duke W, 5-3 at S. Carolina W, 6-0 at Cal-Berkeley W, 5-3 at Stanford L, 5-1 Clemson W, 9-0 at Tennessee W, 6-0 at Vanderbilt W, 6-0 Georgia Tech W, 6-0 Kentucky W, 6-0 BYU W, 7-1 Miss. State W, 7-0 Auburn W, 6-0 at Florida L, 5-2 #Tennessee W, 5-2 #LSU W, 6-0 #Florida L, 5-1 $Indiana W, 6-0 $Pepperdine W, 5-0 $Stanford L, 5-1 @USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, Madison, Wis.; #SECs, Knoxville, Tenn.; $NCAAs, Stanford, Calif.

1992 (22-6, 12-2 SEC) NCAA Quarterfinalists at Alabama at Georgia Tech Florida BYU (in Lex, Ky.) at Kentucky @Arizona State @Tennessee @Stanford S. Carolina at Clemson at Duke Wm. & Mary Auburn

W, 5-4 W, 9-0 L, 5-3 W, 5-2 W, 6-0 W, 5-2 W, 5-2 L, 5-1 W, 6-0 W, 8-1 L, 5-1 W, 6-1 W, 7-2

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Year-by-Year Results Arkansas W, 9-0 Oklahoma State W, 9-0 California W, 5-4 at LSU W, 5-3 at Texas L, 6-3 Tennessee W, 5-3 Vanderbilt W, 6-0 Florida State W, 6-3 at Ole Miss W, 6-3 at Miss. State W, 7-1 #Alabama W, 5-0 #Tennessee W, 5-1 #Florida L, 5-4 $Tennessee W, 5-0 $Duke L, 5-4 @USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, Madison, Wis.; #SECs, Tuscaloosa, Ala.; $NCAAs, Stanford, Calif.

1993 (20-6, 11-3 SEC) NCAA Quarterfinalists

%Minnesota W, 9-0 %Notre Dame W, 8-1 %UCLA W, 5-4 Georgia Tech W, 9-0 Clemson W, 5-2 Texas L, 5-2 @Kansas W, 5-4 @Arizona W, 5-4 @Stanford L, 5-1 Mississippi L, 6-3 Miss. State W, 7-2 at Arkansas W, 6-0 LSU W, 6-0 at S. Carolina W, 5-1 Kentucky W, 5-1 at Tennessee W, 5-1 at Vanderbilt W, 5-2 at Florida State W, 5-2 at Florida L, 5-1 atAuburn W, 5-1 Alabama W, 5-1 #Tennessee W, 5-4 #Mississipp W, 5-2 #Florida L, 5-2 $Indiana W, 5-3 $Stanford L, 5-1 %Minnesota Invite, Minneapolis, Minn.; @USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, Madison, Wis.; #SECs, Nashville, Tenn.; $NCAAs, Gainesville, Fla.

1994 (27-2, 14-0 SEC) NCAA Champions USTA/ITA National Team Indoor Champions SEC Champions SEC Tournament Champions Arkansas Vanderbilt at Clemson (14) at Kentucky @Southern Cal (14) @Indiana (13) @Kansas (9) @Florida (5) Duke (6) FSU at LSU at Texas (4) at UNLV at California (5) at Ole Miss (12) at Miss. State Notre Dame (18) at Alabama Florida(4) Auburn

W, 6-0 W, 8-0 W, 7-2 W, 8-1 W, 6-0 W, 5-1 W, 5-1 W, 5-1 W, 6-1 W, 6-1 W, 9-0 L, 5-1 W, 6-3 L, 5-4 W, 7-2 W, 6-0 W, 6-1 W, 8-1 W, 5-3 W, 6-0

LSU (18) W, 5-4 at Auburn W, 6-0 at S. Carolina (27) L, 5-4 &Kentucky (29) W, 5-1 &Ole Miss (12) W, 5-3 %Florida (1) L, 5-1 $Wm. & Mary (10) L, 5-0 #UNLV Invitational, Las, Vegas, Nev; &SECs, Athens, Ga.; NCAAs, Stanford, Calif.

1998 (21-5, 11-4 SEC) NCAA Semifinalists 1989 SEC Champions S. Carolina (19) W, 7-2 Tennessee W, 6-0 #Auburn W, 5-0 #Ole Miss (10) W, 5-1 #Florida (5) W, 5-3 $Southern Cal (21) W, 5-2 $Duke (6) W, 5-0 $California (3) W, 5-3 $Stanford (4) W, 5-4 @USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, Madison, Wis.; #SECs, Fayetteville, Ark.; $NCAAs, Athens, Ga.

1995 (23-4, 12-2 SEC) NCAA Semifinalists USTA/ITA National Team Indoor Champions

at Duke (6) W, 5-4 Clemson (24) W, 7-1 Texas(2) W, 6-1 @Wake Forest (14) W, 5-4 @Notre Dame (15) W, 6-0 @Indiana (11) W, 6-0 @UCLA (7) W, 5-4 at Arkansas W, 8-1 Kentucky (18) W, 8-1 Ole Miss (20) W, 5-4 UNLV(41) W, 9-0 at Florida (6) L, 5-0 at FSU W, 6-3 LSU (30) W, 7-2 Alabama (14) W, 9-0 Miss. State (50) W, 6-0 Wm. and Mary (17) L, 5-4 at Tennessee (16) W, 7-0 at Vanderbilt (21) W, 5-0 at Auburn (23) W, 5-0 at S. Carolina (12) W, 5-1 #Ole Miss (22) W, 5-0 #LSU (15) W, 5-0 #Florida (2) L, 5-4 $S. Carolina (12) W, 5-0 $Duke (8) W, 5-4 $Florida (1) L, 5-0 @USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, Madison, Wis.; #SECs, Auburn, Ala.; $NCAAs, Malibu, Calif.

1996 (13-14, 6-8 SEC) NCAA Regional Finalists +BYU (18)

L, 5-4

+Hawaii W, 9-0 at Kentucky (37) L, 5-4 Duke (5) L, 5-4 @Wm. & Mary (13) W, 5-1 @Duke(5) L, 5-3 @UCLA (7) L, 5-1 Florida State (32) W, 6-1 Vanderbilt (14) L, 5-4 at Clemson (25) W, 5-4 Wake Forest (7) L, 5-4 at LSU (47) W, 5-4 Notre Dame (6) W, 5-4 Tennessee (24) L, 5-2 Auburn (27) L, 5-1 Arkansas (28) W, 6-3 at Mississippi (12) L, 6-3 at Miss. State W, 6-1 at Alabama (24) W, 6-3 S. Carolina (14) L, 6-3 Florida (1) L, 6-0 #Kentucky (33) W, 5-1 #S. Carolina (14) W, 5-4 #Vanderbilt (10) W, 5-3 $Miami (26) W, 5-2 $Tennessee (15) W, 5-3 $Clemson (20) L, 5-4 !Hawaii Invitational, Honolulu; @USTA/ ITA National Team Indoors, Madison, Wis; #SEC Tournament, Gainesville, Fla; $NCAA Southeast Regional, Columbia, S.C.

1997 (18-5, 11-3 SEC) NCAA Final Round of 16 Ga. Southern Coll. Charleston at Arkansas (30) Texas(4) Alabama (21) at Florida (1) Clemson (35) Ole Miss (8) Miss. State Kentucky (47) Wake Forest (9) #Arizona State (6) #UNLV (14) #Kansas (32) at Vanderbilt (10) at Tennessee (21)

1994 National Champions

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W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 6-1 W, 5-4 W, 7-1 L, 9-0 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 W, 6-3 W, 8-1 W, 5-3 L, 5-4 W, 6-3 W, 7-2 W, 6-0 W, 7-2

Middle Tenn. State W, 9-0 Ga. Southern W, 9-0 at Clemson W, 9-0 % BYU (14) W, 6-3 % Wake Forest (13) W, 6-1 % Stanford (1) L, 5-2 at Kentucky (34) W, 5-4 Auburn (68) W, 9-0 South Carolina (19) W, 7-1 Wake Forest (11) W, 5-4 Vanderbilt (15) W, 6-1 at LSU (38) W, 8-1 & California (8) W, 6-3 & Texas (9) W, 7-2 at Alabama W, 9-0 Arkansas (20) L, 5-4 at Miss. State (63) W, 9-0 at Ole Miss (7) W, 6-3 Florida (3) L, 6-3 Tennessee (12) W, 5-2 * South Carolina (37) W, 5-1 * Tennessee (12) W, 5-2 * Florida (3) L, 5-1 + Kansas (15) W, 5-3 + William & Mary W, 5-2 +Florida (2) L, 5-1 % USTA/ITA National Team IndoorsMadison, Wis.; & Austin, Texas; * SEC’s- Lexington, Ky; +NCAAs- Notre Dame, Ind.

1999 (24-4, 11-2 SEC) NCAA Quarterfinalists

Middle Tenn. State W, 9-0 Georgia Southern W, 8-1 Georgia State W, 9-0 Georgia Tech (55) W, 9-0 Texas (T6) W, 8-1 * UCLA (8) W, 6-2 * Ole Miss (T6) W, 5-2 * Duke (2) L, 5-1 at Arkansas (14) W, 8-1 Clemson W, 9-0 Ole Miss (9) W, 5-4 Kentucky (18) W, 8-1 LSU (49) W, 8-1 Miss. State (39) W, 7-1 Wake Forest (17) W, 5-4 UNLV W, 9-0 at Tennessee (12) W, 5-1 at Vanderbilt (8) W, 5-1 Alabama W, 7-2 at Florida (1) L, 6-3 at Auburn (39) W, 6-0 at South Carolina (16) W, 5-1 +Arkansas (18) W, 5-0 + Ole Miss (8) L, 5-4 % Central Florida (73) W, 5-0 %Miss. State (56) W, 5-0 ~ South Carolina (15) W, 5-0 ~ California (6) L, 5-4 * USTA/ITA National Team Indoors- Madison, Wis.; +SEC Tournament- Baton Rouge, La; % NCAA Regionals-Athens, Ga; ~ NCAAs- Gainesville, Fla.

2000 (27-2, 11-0 SEC) NCAA Champions SEC Champions

William & Mary (15) W, 9-0 at Clemson (62) W, 7-1 * Arkansas (26) W, 7-1 # Vanderbilt (16) W, 6-1 # Southern Cal (13) W, 6-2 # Stanford (1) L, 4-3 * Tennessee (18) W, 8-1 *at LSU (24) W, 6-3 at UCLA (14) W, 5-4 at Texas (9) W, 7-1 at Texas A &M (38) W, 9-0 * Auburn (75) W, 6-0 at Ga. Tech (28) W, 9-0 * S. Carolina (18) W, 7-2 *at Miss. State (23) W, 5-1 *at Ole Miss (17) W, 6-3 *at Kentucky (36) W, 8-0 * Florida (6) W, 5-2 *at Alabama W, 6-0 * Vanderbilt (10) W, 5-3 % Miss. State (34) W, 5-2 % Tennessee (18) W, 5-0 % Florida (5) L, 5-1 & Furman W, 5-0 & Ohio State (26) W, 5-0 $ South Alabama (17) W, 5-1 $ Southern Cal (12) W, 5-1 $ Florida (4) W, 5-2 $ Stanford (1) W, 5-4 *SEC match; # USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, doubles played first; % SEC Tournament, Oxford, Miss.; &NCAA Regionals in Athens, Ga.; $NCAAs in Malibu, Calif.;

2001 (23-5, 8-3 SEC) NCAA Semifinalists SEC Tournament Champions

Middle Tenn. St. (#65) W, 7-0 Baylor (#18) W, 6-1 #Wisconsin W, 7-0 #Notre Dame (#11) W, 5-1 #Duke (#3) W, 4-1 #Stanford (#1) L, 4-3 at Arkansas (#23) W, 7-0 Clemson (#54) W, 6-1 at S. Carolina (#18) W, 4-3 Mississippi (#29) W, 6-1 LSU (#25) W, 5-1 Miss. State (#41) W, 5-2 Alabama (#44) W, 6-1 Ga. Tech (#39) W, 6-1 Kentucky (#25) W, 5-2 at Auburn W, 5-2 Texas (#8) W, 6-1 at Florida (#3) L, 4-3 at Tennessee (#4) L, 4-3 at Vanderbilt (#6) L, 4-3 %South Carolina (#22) W, 4-1 %Florida (#5) W, 4-2 %Tennessee (#4) W, 4-1 &Coastal Carolina W, 4-0 &Miss. State W, 4-0 $Baylor (#18) W, 5-0 $Southern Cal (#10) W, 4-0 $Vanderbilt (#6) L, 4-2 #USTA/ITA National Team IndoorsMadison, Wis.; %SEC TournamentStarkville, Miss.; & NCAA 1st/2nd Rds-Athens Ga.;, $NCAAs- Stone Mountain, Ga.


Year-by-Year Results 2006 (13-10, 8-5 SEC) NCAA 2nd Round

2000 National Champions

2002 (26-2, 11-0 SEC) NCAA Semifinalists USTA/ITA National Team Indoor Champions SEC Champions

Emmanuel W, 7-0 BYU (#35) W, 7-0 Middle Tenn. State W, 6-1 #Baylor (#21) W, 6-1 #Tennessee (#6) W, 4-3 #Stanford (#1) W, 4-3 #Vanderbilt (#4) W, 4-1 Clemson W, 6-1 at Ga. Tech (#26) W, 5-2 at Vanderbilt (#2) W, 4-3 at Kentucky (#11) W, 5-2 Auburn (#51) W, 6-1 at Alabama (#21) W, 5-2 Arkansas (#55) W, 7-0 LSU (#33) W, 7-0 Dartmouth W, 5-2 Ole Miss (#25) W, 4-3 Miss. State W, 7-0 at S. Carolina (#20) W, 4-3 at Florida (#1) W, 4-3 Tennessee (#13) W, 7-0 &Ole Miss (#34) W, 4-0 &S. Carolina (#17) L, 4-2 ^Winthrop W, 4-0 ^South Alabama (#28) W, 4-3 $California (#12) W, 4-1 $UCLA (#5) W, 4-2 $Stanford (#2) L, 4-0 #USTA/ITA National Team IndoorsMadison, Wis.; &SEC Tourn.- Columbia, S.C..; ^1st/2nd Rnds.-Athens, Ga; $NCAA Champs- Palo Alto, Calif.

2003 (19-5, 9-2 SEC) NCAA Quarterfinalists

@ Furman (#58) W, 7-0 ^ Illinois State W, 7-0 & Wake Forest(#28) W, 5-2 & Southern Cal (#7) L, 5-2 & UCLA (#9) W, 4-3 @ Clemson (#21) W, 6-1 Vanderbilt (#9) W, 4-3 Kentucky (#18) W, 6-1 @ Auburn (#40) W, 7-0 Alabama (#31) W, 6-1 @ Arkansas (#54) W, 7-0 @ LSU (#50) W, 6-0 Ga. Tech (#28) rainout @ Ole Miss (#42) W, 5-2 @ Miss. State W, 7-0 South Carolina (#37) W, 7-0 Florida (#5) L, 5-2 @ Tennessee (#9) L, 7-0 % South Carolina (#37) W, 4-0 % Kentucky (#10) W, 4-1 % Florida (#2) L, 4-0 $ MD-Baltimore Co. W, 4-0 $ Alabama (#32) W, 4-1 # Kentucky (#12) W, 4-0 # Stanford (#1) L, 4-0 ^Greenville, S.C.; &USTA/ITA Natl. Team Indoors Madison, Wis.; %SEC Tourn., Knoxville, Tenn.; $NCAA 1st/2nd Rnds., Norman, Okla.; #NCAA Rnd. of 16, Qtrfinals, Gainesville, Fla.

2004 (20-5, 9-2 SEC) NCAA Quarterfinalists

Baylor (#32) W, 6-1 %Harvard (#12) W, 6-1 %Northwestern (#8) W, 4-3 %California (#3) W, 4-1 %Stanford (#2) L, 5-0 UNC-Charlotte W, 7-0 TCU (#59) W, 6-1 at Alabama (#52) W, 5-2 Auburn W, 7-0 Clemson (#12) W, 6-1 LSU (#56) W, 7-0 Arkansas (#68) W, 7-0 at Georgia Tech (#38) W, 4-3 Mississippi State W, 7-0 Ole Miss (#33) W, 7-0 at Florida (#2) L, 6-1 at South Carolina (#31) W, 5-2 at Kentucky (#18) W, 6-1 at Vanderbilt (#5) L, 4-3 Tennessee (#24) W, 4-3 ^Kentucky (#21) L, 4-1 +Samford W, 4-0 +Georgia Tech (#40) W, 4-0 $Fresno State (#16) W, 4-2 $Vanderbilt (#3) L, 4-1 %USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, Madison, Wis.; ^SEC Tournament, Nashville, Tenn.; +NCAA 1st and 2nd Round, Athens, $NCAA Round of 16, Quarterfinals, Athens, Ga.

2005 (18-8, 7-4 SEC) NCAA Quarterfinalists

Georgia Southern W, 7-0 Baylor (#41) W, 5-2 %Northwestern (#5) W, 5-2 %Vanderbilt (#6) W, 4-1 %Stanford (#1) L, 4-0 Wichita State W, 7-0 @ Clemson (#16) W, 5-2 *Alabama (#36) W, 5-2 @ *Auburn (#74) W, 7-0 @ *LSU (#38) W, 5-2 @ *Arkansas (#52) W, 6-1 Georgia Tech (#16) L, 4-3 @ *Miss. State (#34) W, 4-3 @ *Ole Miss (#46) W, 4-2 *Florida (#9) L, 4-3 *South Carolina (#24) W, 4-0 *Kentucky (#5) L, 4-3 *Vanderbilt (#6) L, 7-0 @ Tennessee (#20) L, 4-3 ^Auburn W, 4-0 ^Tennessee (#18) W, 4-1 ^Kentucky (#3) L, 4-2 +Quinnipiac W, 4-0 +South Carolina (#22) W, 4-0 $California (#24) W, 4-2 $Stanford (#1) L, 4-1 %USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, Madison, Wis.;*SEC match; ^SEC Tournament, Tuscaloosa, Ala.; +NCAA 1st/2nd Rnds, Athens, $NCAA Round of 16, Quarterfinals, Athens, Ga.

William & Mary (#20) W, 4-3 Georgia Southern W, 7-0 %Harvard (#19) L, 4-3 %Baylor (#8) L, 4-3 %Northwestern (#5) L, 6-0 Winthrop W, 5-2 Clemson (#26) L, 4-3 at Georgia Tech (#5) L, 6-1 *Arkansas (#59) W, 5-2 *LSU (#46) W, 7-0 at *South Carolina (#19) W, 6-1 at *Florida (#6) L, 5-2 Marshall (#66) W, 6-1 *Auburn W, 6-1 at *Alabama (#26) W, 6-1 at *Kentucky (#28) L, 4-3 at *Vanderbilt (#11) L, 5-2 *Mississippi State W, 6-1 *Mississippi (#60) W, 5-2 *Tennessee (#29) W, 6-1 ^Tennessee (#31) L, 4-3 +Indiana (#42) W, 4-1 +Vanderbilt (#13) L, 4-2 %USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, Madison, Wis.;*SEC match; ^SEC Tournament, Gainesville, Fla.; +NCAA 1st and 2nd Round, Nashville, Tenn.

2007 (24-2, 10-1 SEC) NCAA Quarterfinals SEC Tournament Champions

Texas A&M (#28) W, 6-1 Baylor (#6) W, 7-0 Winthrop W, 7-0 Florida State (#61) W, 6-1 Ga. Southern W, 7-0 @Clemson (#12) W, 6-1 Ga. Tech (#6) W, 5-2 @*Arkansas (#45) W, 6-1 *@LSU (#51) W, 5-2 *South Carolina (#53) W, 5-2 *Florida (#1) W, 4-3 ETSU W, 7-0 @*Auburn (#41) L, 4-3 *Alabama (#61) W, 6-1 *Kentucky (#22) W, 6-1 *Vanderbilt (#21) W, 4-3 @*Miss. State (#75) W, 6-1 @*Ole Miss W, 6-1 @*Tennessee (#24) W, 6-1 ^Auburn (#30) W, 4-1 ^Tennessee (#24) W, 4-1 ^Florida (#3) W, 4-2 +S.C. State W, 4-0 +Auburn (#31) W, 4-0 $William & Mary (#14) W, 4-1 $California (#10) L, 4-1 %USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, Madison, Wis.; *SEC match; ^SEC Tournament, Lexington, Ky.; +NCAA 1st and 2nd Round, Athens, Ga.; $NCAA Championships, Athens, Ga.

2008 (22-5, 9-2 SEC) NCAA Round of 16 SEC Tournament Champions East Tenn. State South Florida (#29) Wichita State (#32) %Notre Dame (#19) %Georgia Tech (#2) %Southern California(#8) Clemson (#18) @ Georgia Tech (#1) @ *Miss. State @ *Ole Miss *South Carolina (#29) *Florida (#5)

W, 7-0 W, 6-1 W, 7-0 W, 4-2 L, 7-0 W, 4-3 W, 4-3 W, 4-3 W, 4-0 W, 6-1 W, 7-0 L, 5-2

@ Baylor (#5) L, 4-3 @ Texas A&M (#26) W, 6-1 *LSU (#26) W, 6-1 @ *Arkansas (#22) L, 4-3 *Alabama W, 6-1 *Auburn (#33) W, 5-2 @ *Kentucky (#25) W, 5-2 @ *Vanderbilt (#13) W, 4-3 *Tennessee (#25) W, 5-2 ^Kentucky (#22) W, 4-1 ^Arkansas (#16) W, 4-3 ^Florida (#5) W, 4-3 +Yale W, 4-0 +South Carolina (#33) W, 4-0 $Arkansas (#17) L, 4-2 %USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, Madison, Wis.; *SEC match; ^SEC Tournament, Auburn, Ala.; +NCAA 1st and 2nd Round, Athens, Ga.; $NCAA Championships, Tulsa, Okla.

2009 (27-3, 10-1 SEC) NCAA Semifinalists SEC Champions SEC Tournament Champions

Memphis W, 7-0 Furman W, 7-0 +Ole Miss (#53) W, 4-1 +Marshall (#45) W, 5-0 @ Clemson (#11) W, 4-3 % Southern Cal (#9) W, 4-3 % UCLA (#3) W, 6-1 % California (#2) W, 4-2 % Northwestern (#1) L, 4-1 Baylor (#7) W, 4-3 *Ole Miss (#70) W, 6-1 *Miss. State (#57) W, 6-1 L, 4-3 @ *Florida (#23) @ *South Carolina (#22) W, 6-1 Georgia Tech (#6) W, 6-1 @ *LSU (#21) W, 4-2 *Arkansas (#23) W, 6-1 @ *Auburn (#29) W, 5-2 @ *Alabama (#25) W, 6-1 *Vanderbilt (#17) W, 4-0 *Kentucky (#23) W, 5-2 @ *Tennessee (#13) W, 5-2 ^Alabama (#24) W, 4-1 ^Florida (#15) W, 4-2 ^Tennessee (#10) W, 4-0 $ S.C. State W, 4-0 $ Boise State (#35) W, 4-0 $$ Florida (#15) W, 4-2 $$ South Carolina (#22) W, 4-3 $$ Duke (#3) L, 5-2 +ITA Kickoff Weekend, Athens, Ga.; %USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, Madison, Wic.; *SEC match; ^SEC Tournament, Fayetteville, Ark.; $NCAA 1st and 2nd Round, Athens, Ga.; $$NCAA Round of 16-Finals, College Station, Texas.

2010 (13-10, 8-3 SEC) NCAA Round of 32 South Florida (#75) +Virginia Tech (#55) +William & Mary (#48) Clemson (#15) %N. Carolina (#11) %Fla. State (#20) %Miami (Fla.) (#6) *Alabama (#50) *Auburn (#36) @ *Kentucky @ *Vanderbilt (#25) @ Ga. Tech (#26) @ *Arkansas (#22) *LSU @ *Miss. State (#72)

W, 5-2 W, 5-2 W, 4-2 L, 4-3 L, 5-2 W, 6-1 L, 5-2 W, 4-3 W, 4-3 W, 7-0 W, 5-2 L, 5-2 W, 5-2 W, 6-1 W, 4-3

@ *Ole Miss (#35) L, 5-2 *South Carolina (#15) W, 4-3 *Florida (#4) L, 6-1 *Tennessee (#14) L, 4-2 ^South Carolina (#16) L, 4-1 $Harvard (#39) W, 4-0 $Clemson (#9) L, 4-2 +ITA Kickoff Weekend, Athens, Ga.; %USTA/ITA National Team Indoors, Madison, Wis.; *SEC match; ^SEC Tournament, Athens, Ga.; $NCAA 1st and 2nd Round, Clemson, S.C.

2011 (19-5, 9-2 SEC) NCAA Quarterfinals

Memphis W, 7-0 @ %VCU (#31) W, 5-2 @ %UNC (#6) L, 4-3 Ga. Tech (#13) W, 5-2 @ Clemson (#9) W, 5-2 @ *Auburn W, 7-0 @ *Alabama (#34) W, 4-3 *Vanderbilt (#8) W, 6-1 *Kentucky W, 6-1 Butler W, 7-0 Yale (#24) W, 6-1 @ *LSU (#56) W, 7-0 *Arkansas (#12) W, 7-0 *Ole Miss (#27) W, 6-1 *Miss. State W, 6-1 @ *Florida (#2) L, 6-1 @ *S. Carolina (#38) W, 4-3 @ *Tennessee (#16) L, 5-2 ^Arkansas (#21) W, 4-0 ^Tennessee (#14) L, 4-1 +Marist W, 4-0 +Alabama (#26) W, 4-0 $California (#9) W, 4-3 $Stanford (#2) L, 4-0 %ITA Weekend, Chapel Hill, N.C.; *SEC match; ^SEC Tourn., Knoxville, Tenn.; +NCAA 1st and 2nd Round, Athens, Ga.; $ NCAA Round of 16-Finals, Stanford, Calif.

2012 (24-5, 9-2 SEC) NCAA Quarterfinals

Kansas State W, 6-1 Troy W, 7-0 @ Ga. Tech (#13) W, 4-3 ^Missouri W, 6-1 ^Fla. International W, 7-0 Fla. International (#74) W, 7-0 %Texas (#14) W, 4-2 %California (#7) L, 4-0 %Michigan (#10) W, 5-2 Memphis (#53) W, 4-3 Clemson (#17) W, 7-0 *South Carolina (#22) W, 6-1 *Florida (#15) L, 4-3 @ *Miss. State W, 7-0 @ Ole Miss (#25) W, 5-2 @ *Arkansas (#37) W, 7-0 *LSU (#49) W, 6-1 @ *Kentucky W, 7-0 @ *Vanderbilt (#25) W, 4-3 *Alabama (#11) W, 4-3 *Auburn (#63) W, 6-1 *Tennessee (#21) W, 7-0+ & South Carolina (#28) W, 4-0 & Alabama (#11) W, 4-2 & Florida (#2) L, 4-1 $ Coll. Charleston (#64) W, 4-0 $ Clemson (#24) W, 4-3 $$ Texas (#11) W, 4-0 $$ Duke (#3) L, 4-2 ^ITA Weekend, Athens, Ga..; %ITA National Team Indoors, Charlottesville, Va.; *SEC match; &SEC Tourn., Oxford, Miss.; +NCAA 1st/2nd Rnds, Athens, Ga.; $ NCAA Round of 16-Finals, Athens, Ga..

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Endowments ENDOWMENTS ENSURE FUTURE OF ATHLETICS The Athletic Scholarship Endowment Program was instituted to allow supporters of the University of Georgia Athletic Association to invest in the educational opportunities of UGA student-athletes. The program is vital to the future of Georgia Athletics by providing the long-term solution of keeping pace with escalating expenses. A gift to establish a scholarship provides income towards funding a scholarship each year and permanently memorializes the donor or any individual whose honor the scholarship is named. A full scholarship is endowed through a gift of $150,000. There are four women’s tennis scholarship endowments including one established by the UGAAA in honor of the 2000 team which won both the NCAA and SEC titles. For more information about the Athletic Scholarship Endowment Program or other giving opportunities, please contact the UGAA Development office at (877) 423-2947. Leighton Ballew Scholarship Endowment Maho Kowase is the 2012-13 recipient of the Leighton Ballew tennis scholarship. It is awarded annually to an international student-athlete who has demonstrated commitment to the University in an outstanding manner, both in the classroom and on the court. If no international student-athlete exists, selection of a student-athlete recipient is based on the aforementioned criteria. The late Mr. Ballew was a UGA faculty member for 40 years and founded the drama department. 1999: Vanessa Castellano 2000: Zoë Mellis 2001: Aarthi Venkatesan 2002: Tina Hojnik 2003-04: Agata Cioroch

2005: Jitka Schonfeldova 2006: Kelley Hyndman 2007: Darya Ivanov 2008-10: Naoko Ueshima 2011-12: Lilly Kimbell 2013: Maho Kowase

Barbara Hartman Howell Scholarship Endowment Lauren Herring is the 2012-13 recipient of the Barbara Hartman Howell tennis scholarship. It is awarded annually to a scholar-athlete on the women’s tennis team who has a stated purpose of graduating. The scholarship was established by Barbara Hartman Howell’s lifelong friends Vickie Pruitt Farmer and Leon Farmer, Jr. for her many years of dedication to and love of the Georgia Athletic Association and in memory of her daughter, Amanda, who passed away suddenly on July 22, 2007 at the tender age of 26. Vickie and Barbara graduated from Athens High School Class of 1969 and were Phi Mu sorority sisters at UGA. 2009-12: Nadja Gilchrist

2012-13: Lauren Herring

Doyle E. Mote Scholarship Endowment Kate Fuller is the 2012-13 recipient of the Doyle E. Mote women’s tennis scholarship. It is awarded annually to an all-around student-athlete who is a good student and loves the game of tennis. This scholarship endowment was established by Lillian Jensen Mote in loving memory of her husband, Doyle E. Mote. Originally from Calhoun, Doyle graduated from the University’s School of Pharmacy in 1950 and was a pharmacist in Lynchburg, Va., for 36 years. 2002: Mariel Verban 2003: Anne Nguyen 2004: Agata Cioroch 2005-06: Caroline Basu 2007-09: Kelley Hyndman

2010: Yvette Hyndman 2011: Cameron Ellis 2012: Chelsey Gullickson 2013: Kate Fuller

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Kelley Hyndman with Pat and Doyle Mote

UGAA Women’s Tennis Scholarship Endowment Lilly Kimbell is the 201213 recipient of the UGAA women’s tennis scholarship. It is awarded annually to a student-athlete who best demonstrates outstanding character, leadership and dedication to the University, the women’s tennis team and the community. The scholarship endowment was established by the University of Georgia Athletic Association in 2000 in honor of the 2000 women’s tennis team. The 2000 squad captured its fifth SEC title and its second national championship crown. The 2002-03 season marked the first year the UGAA Women’s Tennis Scholarship Endowment was awarded. 2003: Lori Grey 2004: Douglas Wink 2005-06: Natalie Frazier 2007: Monika Dancevic 2008: Yvette Hyndman 2009: Cameron Ellis

2010: Yvette Hyndman 2011-12: Kate Fuller 2013: Lilly Kimbell

Vickie Farmer Scholarship Endowment As natives of Athens, Ga., Vickie and Leon Farmer have been enthusiastic supporters of the Bulldog sports program for many years. Graduates of the University of Georgia, Vickie (AB ’73) and Leon (BBA ’64 and JD ’67) have fully funded multiple scholarships for studentathletes in 12 different Bulldog sports. A women’s tennis student-athlete received one of these endowments in 2006 (Shadisha Robinson) and 2007 (Natalie Frazier). Doris Marie Ramsey Scholarship Endowment Established by the late Bernard B. Ramsey in honor of his beloved wife, Doris Marie Ramsey, this endowment creates 10 athletic scholarships, continuing the legacy of the Ramsey name. These scholarships benefit two scholar-athletes in football, two in other men’s sports, two in women’s sports, and four pursuing post-graduate educations at UGA. Women’s tennis standout Alexandra Smith was a recipient of one of these scholarships from 2002-04.


2013 GEORGIA WOMEN’S TENNIS

Makenzie Craft • Fr.

Kate Fuller • Jr.

Silvia Garcia • Fr.

Lauren Herring • So.

Kelli Jordan • Sr.

Lilly Kimbell • Jr.

Mia King • Fr.

Maho Kowase • Jr.

Ayaka Okuno • Fr.

Jeff Wallace Head Coach

Drake Bernstein Will Reynolds Alina Jerjomina Assistant Coach Graduate Manager Student Coach


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2013 Georgia Bulldogs Women's Tennis media guide complete with player profiles, coaching bios, stats, history and more.

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