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Alexandra Tallas
Year: Senior
Hometown: Chatsworth, CA
High School: Granada Hills Charter
Experience: 3 Letters
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2013-14: Singles: Went 8-7 in singles play overall as a junior, 8-5 in dual matches…played at Nos. 4, 5, and 6 singles, tallying at least one win in each spot…beat Corinne Wurden of Seattle U in two sets Feb. 23…breezed by Brittany Plaszewski of Bowling Green March 13…tallied conference victory over Regina Suarez of Pacific March 30. Doubles: Posted 10-6 overall doubles record, 10-4 in duals…went 9-3 in No. 3 doubles and 1-1 in the second position, all with Katie Edwards…started year off with 6-1 win over Filliol/Hedberg of Eastern Washington on Jan. 31…swept Seattle U’s Wurden/James 8-0 Feb. 23…tallied conference win over Troesch/Dhatt of Portland March 22.

2012-13: Singles: 6-11 during dual matches…went 6-8 in No. 5 singles…beat Air Force’s Melissa Cecil Feb. 2…followed up with a win over Marti Pellicano Feb. 3…breezed by Alexis Filliol of Eastern Washington March 1…tallied conference victory over BYU’s Mackenna Maddox April 13. Doubles: 9-8 in dual play…8-8 at No. 3 doubles…went 6-7 with Franziska Koehler…beat Warner/Norena of Eastern Washington 8-2 on March 1…breezed by Mourao Teixeira/Novella of Robert Morris March 11…with Katie Edwards, beat Alexander/Lozano of Idaho at No. 2 doubles April 10.

2011-12: Posted two wins in singles play with both coming in tournaments...in doubles posted three wins with Sophie Lantta and also partnered with Britta Stime...reached the finals of the Saint Mary's Fall Invitational...named 2012 Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar Athlete.

HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked as high as No. 18 in the USTA Southern California Endorsement List and No. 164 by tennisrecruiting.net...earned four varsity letters at No. 1 singles and has served as team captain the last two years at Granada Hills High School in Southern California...went 42-0 in West Valley Conference play...helped the Highlanders clinch three CIF Los Angeles City Section championships...individually won two CIF Los Angeles City Section championships in three appearances... earned four conference Most Valuable Player awards and two CIF Los Angeles City Section Sportsman of the Year.

MISC.: Owned a 4.0 grade-point average in high school...Four-year member of the Dean's List...four-year participant in the Advanced Studies Humanitas...finished first in the LAUSD Science Fair...Received state recognition in photography.

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