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Katie Edwards
Year: Senior
Hometown: Aloha, OR
High School: Century
Experience: 3 Letters
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JUNIOR (2013-14): Earned All-WCC Second Team Singles honors…Went 16-10 overall and 12-5 in dual play…Played predominantly at No. 2 singles, going 8-3 in the second lineup spot…top seed in White Singles bracket at St. Mary’s Invite in the fall…went 15-9 overall and 12-5 in duals in doubles play…teamed with Alexandra Tallas for 14 matches, winning 10…the pair played No. 3 doubles for much of the dual season. 

SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Tabbed All-West Coast Conference singles honorable mention and All-WCC doubles honorable mention…Went 6-13 during the spring in singles…Played all matches from the No. 1 singles position…Teamed with Kylie Peek in doubles…Duo went 8-7 in spring contests…Played from the No.1 position…Also played doubles with Melanie Yates (0-2 at No. 1) and Alexandra Tallas (1-0 at No. 2)…Finished 9-9 in doubles matches…All singles victories came in straight sets…Defeated Air Force’s No. 1 Christine Molina 6-3, 6-1…Other singles victories came against Portland State, Northern Colorado, Robert Morris, Radford and Montana…Won three consecutive doubles matches with Peek over Seattle, Eastern Washington and Northern Colorado.

FRESHMAN (2011-12): Went 10-19 in singles play, 4-17 in dual, 6-2 in tournament...posted a 17-14 overall record in doubles,6-5 with Kylie Peek, 10-8 with Kristina Zauere, and 1-1 with Sophie Lantta...earned a win at the UTSA Roadrunners Fall Tournament...earned the back draw doubles title with Kylie Peak...All WCC doubles honorable mention.

 HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in tennis at Century High School in Hillsboro, Ore...was a four-time MVP...helped the Jaguars win three Pacific Conference (6A-4) championships and is undefeated against conference opponents...individually placed third in the state tournament as a freshman and was a finalist as a sophomore and junior...was a three-time conference Most Valuable Player and a two-time first team All-Pacific Conference and All-State selections...was ranked as high as eight in the United State Tennis Association Pacific Northwest and No. 164 in tennisrecruiting.net rankings.

MISC.: Was a 5-time scholar-athlete award winner...3.89 high school grade-point average...member of the National Honor Society.