Dallara wins twice as the 49ers advance to the second round for the second time.
Long Beach State has four players selected to either first or second teams.
The 49ers will get an opportunity for the team's second victory in the first round against the Razorbacks.
No. 43 Long Beach State defeats the No. 72 Anteaters to return to the NCAA Tournament.
49ers and Anteaters renew their rivalry tomorrow.
Long Beach State (2010-11): A second-team All-Big West doubles selection with Jaklin Alawi, earning all-league honors for the second straight year in doubles ... Saw limited action in the fall ... Worked her way up the singles lineup through the season, going 7-1 at No. 6, 5-1 at No. 5 and 5-2 at No. 4 singles where she finished the season ... Won her first eight matches of the dual season ... Also went unbeaten in her final eight matches in singles ... Went 14-3 in dual matches with Jaklin Alawi, playing at No. 2 doubles ... Defeated Byron/Smith of UC Irvine in a key match in the Big West Tournament finals ... Also had a win with Deborah Armstrong at No. 1 doubles against Columbia.
(2009-10): A first-team All-Big West honoree in doubles with partner Jaklin Alawi ... Went 19-9 overall in doubles and 14-8 in dual matches ... In singles posted a 20-7 record ... Had a team-best .741 winning percentage ... played at No. 4 singles throughout the year, going 19-5 after limited action in the fall ... Won nine straight matches from March 4 to April 2 ... Has a career .732 winning percentage in singles ... Ranked as high as #55 in doubles during the season.
(2008-09): A second-team All-Big West in singles after her first season at The Beach ... Finished the year with a 21-8 record in singles ... Posted a 13-3 record at No. 3 singles before moving to No. 2 for the final ten matches of the season ... went 5-4 at No. 2 singles ... After losing her first two matches, won 13 of 14 singles matches before moving up ... Finished the season with only two losses in doubles with partner Anais Dallara, posting a 17-2 record.
Mira Costa High School: A 2008 graduate of Mira Costa High School ... She was the 2006 South Bay Junior 16's Champion out of Mira Costa High School ... She ranked No. 14 in the State and was rated as high as No. 51 nationally by the recruiting database.
Personal: Daughter of Christina and Michael Manasse ... Sister, Stephanie, played tennis at Cal, while another sister, Meagan, is a teenage tennis player ... Majoring in nutrition.
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