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Jessica Weeks
Jessica  Weeks


Beckenham, England



CAREER: Three times named first team All-Big West in doubles play, teamming with Hannah Grady her first two seasons at the No. 1 position, before switing to freshman Stephanie Jeanes her junior year at the No. 2 slot... Academic All-Big West the last two years and twice named to ITA's National All-Academic team... ... comes into her final season ranked in the top-10 in wins, with 54 career singles wins (seventh all-time), 66 doubles victories (fourth all-time) and 120 career victories (fifth all-time)... her 66 doubles wins is 16 wins short of the school-record... her overall winning percentage of .649 is 11th-best at LBSU (120-65)... her 26 combined doubles wins in 2006 was one short of the record.

Named first team All-Big West in doubles for the third straight year, going 17-7 with teammate Stephanie Jeanes at the No. 2 position in the spring and 21-12 overall... named Academic All-Big West and to the ITA's national All-Academic team for the second straight year... as a singles player went 18-5 and 13-10 in dual play at the No. 5 slot... as a doubles tandeum, won 13 of their final 17, including two Big West Championship matches... two of the team's losses during the spring were to top-30 opponents.... went 5-5 in the fall and 13-10 in the spring, rebounding after losing her first three matches to win 13 of her final 20.

Selected first team All-Big West in doubles with partner Hannah Grady ... Academic All-Big West... Weeks and Grady were 18-9 overall, including a 13-3 mark at No.2 doubles ... duo won final six matches and 11 of lst 12 ... were 1-3 against nationally-ranked teams ... in the fall they were ranked No. 6 in the West Region in doubles ... competed at th Riviera All-America Championships, facing three ranked teams ... defeated No.37 Schofield and Vuckovic of South Carlina, 9-8 (3) ... fell to No.25 Bercek and Plotkin of Duk e(8-3) and to No.15 Zalameda and Schnack of UCLA (8-6) ... was 18-10 in singles play, competing mainly at the No.4 spot ... was 15-9 in the spring (14-9 at No.4 singles) ... won seven of her last nine singles matches, all in straight sets.

Selected first team All-Big West in doubles with partner Hannah Grady ... duo finished the year at 19-2 and were ranked No. 46 in the country ... overall Weeks went 26-6 in doubles throughout the entire season ... the 26 doubles wins in a season were the second-most in school single season history ... duo began the year 14-0 in doubles ... invited to the NCAA Championships in doubles where they fell to the No. 6-ranked team of Anundsen /Long of North Carolina 6-4, 6-4 ... in singles, Weeks went 18-13 ... was 11-8 at the No. 5 spot and 2-1 at No. 4 singles (5-4 in the fall) ... after dropping her first two spring singles matches, she responded with nine consecutive victories.

Attended Queenswood School in Herfordshire ... is a veteran of 20 ITF junior and women's events ... a left-hander, she holds a 1.5 Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) rating in Britian... Weeks has had extensive doubles success as a junior, including a national championship in the Under 15's.

PERSONAL: Was born in London, England ... both parents are teachers ... a 2006, 2007 and 2008 ITA National All-Academic Team ... was a 49er Academic All-Star five times (Spring, 2006 to Spring, 2008).... majoring in interpersonal and organizational communications.

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