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The Buttner Profile

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Lana Buttner

5-5 • Senior • 3L • Croissy Sur Seine, France Lycee Alain

2012-13: Went 14-14 in singles matches and bolstered a 12-10 record in dual matches...appeared at the No. 4 (0-3), No. 5 (8-6) and No. 6 (4-1) singles spots...her longest singles win streak was the first five matches of the season...defeated Kathryn Hughes 7-6 (8), 6-4 to help secure the team victory over No. 55 Denver...competed with several doubles partners in the No. 2 (2-1) and No. 3 (0-2) spots with a 2-3 dual doubles record (4-3 overall).

Buttner’s Career Statistics Singles Year 2011 2012 2013 2014 Totals

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3 -- -- -- -- --

4 5 6 Tour Conf. Tourney -- 1-1 4-10 4-4 -- -- 1-0 1-4 5-4 1-1 0-3 8-6 4-1 2-4 0-1 -- -- -- -- -- 0-3 10-7 9-15 11-12 1-2

Overall 9-15 8-9 14-15 -- 31-39

Doubles Year 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total

1 -- -- -- -- --

2 3 -- 0-1 -- -- 2-1 0-2 -- -- 2-1 0-3

Tour Conf. Tourney Overall 2-3 -- 2-4 1-1 0-1 1-2 2-0 -- 4-3 -- -- -- 5-4 0-1 7-9

2011-12: Completed the dual season with a 2-4 singles record (7-9 overall)...appeared at the No. 5 and No. 6 singles positions posting records of 1-0 and 1-4 respectively...did not appear in any doubles matches during the spring. Fall: finished the 2011 fall season 5-4 in singles...reached the quarterfinal of the Duck Invitational (10/21-10/23)...played her way into the semifinals of the Cougar Fall Draw (11/411/5) with a 2-1 record...recorded one win and one loss in two doubles matches with Pascale Neubert. 2010-11: Finished the dual season with a 5-11 singles record (9-15 overall) and a 0-1 doubles record (2-4) during the dual season...won four of her first five duals...made dual debut during a doubleheader against Iowa State and Montana (1/28), picking up straight set wins against ISU’s Liza Wischer (7-5, 6-3) and UM’s Ashley Mackey (6-1, 6-0)...three of her last five completed singles matches have gone to three sets... edged out Milica Zivanovic (7-6 [7-4], 7-5) in the regular-season finale against No. 48 Sacramento State (4/17). Fall: Posted a 4-4 record in singles play and went 2-3 in doubles...won three-set thriller in collegiate singles debut over Northern Colorado’s Elizabeth Tapia (6-3, 3-6, 11-9) at the USAFA Invitational (10/1-10/2)...paired with Julia Metzger at the USAFA Invitational in only doubles action of the fall. High School: Posted a 40-27 record in singles play in 2009-10...achieved a 1/6 national ranking in France. Personal: Born in Châtenay Malabry, France...parents are Jens and Angelika Buttner ... majoring in business with a minor in Spanish.

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The Macomson Profile

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Lena Macomson

5-5 • Senior • 2L • Olympia, Wash. Montana State University - Billings

2012-13: Spent the entire season in the No. 6 singles slot, recording an 0-4 dual record and an 0-10 overall record...in her first season of doubles competition, the redshirt junior posted an 0-2 record in the No. 3 spot, partnering with Lana Buttner and Julia Metzger...went 1-2 in tournament play with Rabea Stueckemann. 2011-12: Dropped the only dual singles match she appeared in at the No. 6 singles position against Eastern Washington’s Rocio Norena 6-2, 6-2. Fall: went 2-8 in singles play. 2010-11: Redshirt season

Macomson’s Career Statistics

2009-10 (Montana State-Billings): Named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year...compiled a 14-8 record in singles play...competed at four singles spots (No. 1-4). High School: Named 2009 Olympian All-Area Tennis Player of the Year...competed in the state singles meet in 2009...ranked as high as 35th in the Pacific Northwest... earned the student-athlete award three times...earned three varsity letters in tennis.

Singles Year 2012 2013 2014 Totals

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5 -- -- -- --

6 0-1 0-4 -- 0-5

Tour Conf. Tourney 2-9 -- 0-6 -- 1-4 -- 3-19 --

Overall 2-10 0-10 1-4 3-24

Doubles Year 2012 2013 Total

1 -- -- --

2 3 -- -- -- 0-2 2-1 0-3

Tour Conf. Tourney Overall -- 0-1 0-1 3-2 -- 3-4 5-4 0-1 3-5

Personal: Full name is Lena Mae Macomson...born in Lake Oswego, Ore....parents are Wis and Susan Macomson...has one sister, Ellen, a 2009 UO graduate working on her MBA in sports marketing.

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The Stueckemann Profile

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Rabea Stueckemann 5-7 • Senior • 3L • Hamm Germany Freiherr-vom-Stein Gymnasium

2012-13: Spent the season playing in the No. 5 (1-3) and No. 6 (5-6) singles spots for a 6-9 dual record and a 7-10 overall record...notched a four-match winning streak in her first four matches of the 2013 season...partnered with Lena Macomson in doubles for a 1-2 record. 2011-12: Finished the spring dual season with an 8-12 singles record while posting a combined 9-8 doubles mark...competed at No. 4 (1-0), No. 5 (4-4) and No. 6 (3-6) singles during the 2011-12 campaign...her nine doubles victories marks a new career high for wins in a season...competed with a team high three different doubles partners; Metzger (1-0), Driver (2-1) and Neubert (6-7). Fall: did not appear during the 2011 fall season.

Stueckemann’s Career Statistics Singles Year 2011 2012 2013 2014 Totals

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3 -- -- -- -- --

4 5 6 4-6 3-5 0-1 1-0 4-4 3-7 -- 1-3 5-6 -- -- -- 5-6 8-12 8-14

Tour 5-4 -- 1-1 -- 6-5

Conf. Tourney -- 0-1 -- -- 0-1

Overall 12-16 8-12 7-10 -- 27-48

Doubles Year 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total

1 2 3 Tour Conf. Tourney Overall 1-0 1-2 1-16 4-5 -- 7-23 -- -- 10-8 -- 0-1 10-9 -- -- -- 1-2 -- 1-2 -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 1-2 11-24 5-7 0-1 18-34

2010-11: Went 7-12 in dual singles play (12-16 overall)...won five of her first six singles decisions...paired with Pascale Neubert for an 8-2 win over Vanja Radunovic and Sianna May and dispatched Alek Krsljanin (6-3, 6-0) in a 4-3 win over No. 20 Washington (3/11)...went 3-18 in dual doubles play (7-23 overall) while pairing with four partners: Pascale Neubert (1-12), Julia Metzger (1-2), Siobhan Cavan (0-4) and Pavlina Smatova (1-0)...paired with Smatova in an 8-4 win at No. 1 doubles in the season opener against Portland State (1/21). Fall: Ranked second on the team with a 5-4 singles record...also went 4-5 in doubles play while pairing with Trudie du Toit (3-3) and Molly McDevitt (1-2)...won three of her last four singles matches of the fall, including her last two at the New Mexico Invitational (11/5-11/7)...went 2-1 in doubles play at the season-opening USAFA Invitational (10/1-10/3). High School: Helped lead club team to a third-place national finish...ranked as high as 140th in Germany...posted a combined 25-6 singles record the last three years. Personal: Full name is Jana Rabea Stueckemann...born in Hamm, Germany...parents are Gerlinde Stueckemann and Dr. Achim Stueckemann...majoring in journalism and advertising.

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The Hager Profile

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Sofia Hager

5-10 • Junior. • 2L • Lidkoping, Sweden De La Gardie

2012-13: Ended the season with a 10-14 singles record through April 21, 2013...spent most of the season in the No. 3 (2-1) and No. 4 (5-5) singles spots, but also briefly appeared in the No. 2 (1-0) and No. 5 (0-2) singles spots...started the season with a six-match winning streak...partnered most of the season with Brooke Hughes (7-10) and paired one match with Julia Metzger (1-0) in doubles completion...opened the season on a four-match doubles winning streak with Hughes. 2011-12: Led the Ducks with a 20-10 singles record including 11 wins during the spring dual season...appeared at the No. 3 (5-4) and No. 4 (6-4) singles spots...finished the season on a four-match winning streak including taking six out of her last 10 matches...combined exclusively with Patricia Skowronski during the 2011-12 season en route to an 11-9 dual doubles record (19-11 overall)...Hager and Skowronski’s 19 doubles wins ties them for 10th on the school’s all-time career doubles victories as a team and ties them for 5th in school history for doubles wins in a single season... ranked as high as No. 50 on Apr. 10 in the Campbells/ITA College Tennis Rankings... finished the season ranked the No. 54 doubles team in the nation. Fall: Went 9-2 in singles play during her inaugural fall season as a Duck...won her last six matches by a combined 80-33 game margin...advanced to the round of 16 in the CSUF Fall Intercollegiate (10/7-10/9) marking her first career collegiate tournament...went 4-0 without playing into a third set en route to her first career title in the Cougar Fall Draw Black Flight (11/4-11/6)...teamed with Patricia Skowronski to record a 8-2 doubles record... won her first five double matches by a combined score of 42-16...Won the CSUF Fall Intercollegiate (10/8-10/9)...played into the finals of the of the Cougar Fall Draw (11/5-11/6).

Hager’s Career Statistics Singles Year 2012 2013 2014 Totals

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2 -- 1-0 -- 1-0

3 4 5 5-4 6-5 -- 2-1 5-5 0-2 -- -- -- 7-5 11-10 0-2

6 Tour Conf. Tourney -- 11-3 1-1 -- 2-6 -- -- -- -- -- 13-9 1-1

Overall 23-13 10-14 -- 33-27

Doubles Year 1 2012 11-10 2013 -- 2014 -- Total 11-10

2 3 Tour Conf. Tourney Overall -- -- 8-5 1-1 20-16 2-0 6-10 3-5 -- 11-15 -- -- -- -- -- 2-0 6-10 11-10 1-1 31-31

Personal: Born Sofia C. Hager in Lidkoping, Sweden...parents Bengt and Catarina Hager...one brother, Simon...majoring in Business.

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The Long Profile

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Nicole Long

5-6 • Junior • 1L • Irving, Texas Spring Creek Academy / Oklahoma

2012-13: Ranked No. 102 nationally by the International Tennis Association for the weeks of March 26 and April 23...has a 15-8 dual record, while spending the majority of singles matches in the No. 1 spot (6-8)...snapped the 20-win mark with an overall singles record of 22-11...defeated Arizona’s No. 48 Lacey Smyth in three sets (6-2, 4-6, 6-2)...helped the team to a victory over No. 58 Santa Clara, after beating No. 28 nationally ranked Katie Le...opened her first spring season as a Duck with 17-straight singles victories which was the team’s longest win streak of the season...partnered exclusively with Patricia Skowronski in the No. 1 doubles spot (15-7)...tallied a 16-10 overall doubles record...won seven straight doubles matches...The duo of Long/Skowronski was ranked No. 64 by the International Tennis Association for the week of April 21, 2013...notched doubles victories over UCLA and Stanford’s top doubles pairings.

Long’s Career Statistics Singles Year 1 2013 6-8 2014 -- Totals 6-8

2 5-0 -- 5-0

3 3-0 -- 3-0

4 1-0 -- 1-0

5 6 Tour -- -- 7-3 -- -- 1-1 -- -- 8-4

Conf. Tourney 0-1 -- 0-1

Overall 22-12 1-1 23-13

2011-12 (Oklahoma): Played at the University of Oklahoma...went 8-12 in singles play and 8-13 in doubles competition.

Doubles Year 2013 2014 Total

1 15-7 -- 15-7

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Tour Conf. Tourney Overall 2-5 0-1 17-13 2-1 -- 2-1 4-6 0-1 19-14

Before Oregon: A blue chip recruit by TennisRecruiting.net...University of Oklahoma’s first blue chip signee in program history...ranked No. 21 nationally by TennisRecruiting.net, No.2 in Texas and No.3 in the Gulf States...ranked as high as No. 16 nationally ...trained at the T Bar M Tennis Academy...graduated from Spring Creek Academy in the spring of 2011. Personal: Born on March 18, 1993 in Fresno, Calif....daughter of Geri and the late James Long; stepfather is Richard Cortinas...has a younger sister, Natasha...majoring in accounting.

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The Minor Profile

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Jasmine Minor

5-6 • Junior • TR • Mundelein, Ill. Georgia Tech

2012-13 (Georgia Tech): Wrapped up her sophomore campaign 7-19 in singles play and 2-9 in dual play...posted a 7-18 record in doubles play with teammate Megan Kurey going 1-1 against nationally-ranked opponents. 2011-12 (Georgia Tech): Finished first year at Georgia Tech with a 25-11 overall singles record and a 12-7 mark in dual play... posted a 7-5 doubles record playing mostly with Caroline Lilley...defeated North Carolina freshman and 98th-ranked Caroline Price 3-6, 6-2, 6-2...went 10-4 in singles play during the fall. Before Oregon: Named 2011 USTA Midwest Section Helen Shockley Female Player of the Year and USTA Chicago District Female Player of the Year...played for two years at Carmel Catholic at No. 1 singles and was team captain both years...2010 Illinois High School state singles champion with a perfect 37-0 record, dropping only three sets all year...earned first team all-state and all-conference honors, and named Carmel Catholic High School MVP in 2010 and 2008...East Suburban Catholic Conference (ESCC) No. 1 singles champion and conference player of the year in 2011...ESCC tournament champion and player of the year in 2008...as a freshman, posted a 38-2 record as the No. 1 in Carmel Catholic’s lineup...was a member of the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Honor Society...graduated Magna Cum Laude from Carmel Catholic High School.

Minor’s Career Statistics Singles Year

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4-3

4-3

2014

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4-3

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2-1

4-3

2-1

2-1

Personal: Born in Arlington Heights, Ill. to Kevin and Michelle Minor...has two sisters, Kristina who played tennis at Illinois from 2006-10 and a younger sister, Brienne... majoring in Sports Marketing.

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The Åkesson Profile

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Lina Åkesson

5-7 •Freshman • HS • Bunkeflostrand, Sweden Malmö Borgarskola

Before Oregon: Compiled a 23-19 record on the International Tennis Federation junior girl’s circuit and reached as high as No. 562...reached the finals in the ITF and Tennis Europes in team play and reached the semi-finals in individual play...won gold in several Swedish Nationals...played club tennis for the Fair Play Tennis Club. Personal: Born in Malmö, Sweden...parents are Magnus and Elisabeth Åkesson... played tennis for the Fair Play Tennis Club...will be majoring in economics. Åkesson’s Career Statistics Singles Year

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4-2

2-0

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4-2

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2-0

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The A. Hueffner Profile

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Allie Hueffner

5-5 • Freshman • HS • Portland, Ore. Lincoln High School

Before Oregon: Played under head coach Sue Bashem...Led the Cardinals to fourconsecutive 6A Southwest League champions...won back-to-back OSAA State Championships junior and senior years in doubles play with twin-sister Kadie...was a runnerup in the state championship in doubles-play as sophomore...the Portland, Ore. native competed in multiple United States Tennis Association tournaments compiling a 21-18 record. Personal: Born in Los Angeles, Calif....parents are Bill and Manna Hueffner...has an older sister Tasha and twin sister Kadie who is also a freshman on the women’s tennis team...majoring in Business Administration.

A. Hueffner’s Career Statistics Singles Year

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The K. Hueffer Profile

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Kadie Hueffner

5-3 • Freshman • HS • Portland, Ore. Lincoln High School

Before Oregon: Played under head coach Sue Bashem...led the Cardinals to fourconsecutive 6A Southwest League champions...won back-to-back OSAA State Championships junior and senior years in doubles play with twin-sister Allie...was a runner-up in the state championship in doubles-play as sophomore...the Portland, Ore. native competed in multiple United States Tennis Association tournaments compiling a 23-15 record. Personal: Born in Los Angeles, Calif....parents are Bill and Manna Hueffner...has an older sister Tasha and twin sister Allie who is also a freshman on the women’s tennis team...majoring in Business Administration.

K. Hueffner’s Career Statistics Singles Year

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The Kluiving Profiles

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Marlou Kluiving

5-6 • Freshman • HS • Eext, Netherlands Zernike College

Before Oregon: Competed in many International Tennis Federation matches throughout Europe...also competed for the Dutch Federation as well as member of the Dutch National Team...played the Junior Fed Cup, European Championships and World Championships...climbed as high as No. 1 in the Dutch rankings and No. 720 on the ladies senior tour...ranked No. 46 in The Netherlands in singles and No. 40 in doubles. Personal: Born in Eext, Netherlands...daughter of Otto and Anita Kluiving...also has an older brother, Rienk...majoring on Psychology. Kluiving’s Career Statistics Singles Year

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Salibasic Profile

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Maja Salibašić

5-6 • Freshman • HS • Lukavac, Bosnia and Herzegovina Gimnazija Meša Selimović

Before Oregon: Was once the top-ranked junior player in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 10, 12, 14 and 16 under categories...competed in multiple Tennis Europe 16 & under tournaments and currently ranked 1,226 according to TE...played in several junior International Tennis Federation Tournaments and Women’s Futures tournaments... won many tournaments while training at the First-Line Tennis Academy in Germany... defeated Iva Primorac while at the FLTA who was then No. 875 in WTA rankings. Personal: Born in Kaiserslautern, Germany...daughter of Muradif and Suzana Salibasic...has two brothers Anel (5) and Alen (21) who is currently a member of the Drake men’s tennis team.

Maja Salibasic’s Career Statistics Singles

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