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Stephanie Jeanes
Stephanie  Jeanes


Sydney, Australia



2007-2008: One of two freshmen to come in during the spring semester, joining Lisa Sutton... went on to be named second team All-Big West in singles following a 18-8 record at the No. 4 position (16-7) and teammed with Jessica Weeks to go 17-7 as the No. 2 doubles team, earning first team All-Big West honors... ran off a streak of eight in a row after a 3-5 start and won 15 of her final 18 to finish off her freshman season... during the win streak, seven of the eight were in straight sets... 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 in the top-30.

PRIOR TO LBSU: Joined the team in January, 2008... received a ranking of No. 249 on the ITF Junior circuit and No. 1107 in the WTA Singles and No. 902 in Doubles rankings... was rated No. 10 for Under-18 Australian girls and No. 40 in Australian Women's Rankings.... member of the 2005 Australian Junior Team, touring Malaysia for two events and reaching the quarterfinals in both... had a solid 2006 campaign, receiving a wild card in the singles and doubles main draw to the Junior Australian Open in January... in February won the doubles title at the IBM Adelaide ITF event and then in March was a doubles finalist at the Gosford ITF Event... won her first international singles title in February, 2007 at the Adelaid ITF event... in 2004 was a member of the Tildesley Shield Championship team and won the doubles title.. also ran the 100 and 200 meter in high school... in 1999-2000 was selected for the Junior School Heads Association of Australia... honor roll student.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Barry and Aleksandra Jeanes... born in Sydney, Australia... plans on majoring in journalism.

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