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Career Highlights

•\tWon first career singles title at 1984 Pittsburgh\r •\tReached the fourth round of a Grand Slam four times – 1981 US Open, 1982 Roland Garros, 1982 US Open, 1983 US Open\r •\tReached a career-high ranking of No.13, the week of May 31, 1982\r •\tMade WTA Rankings debut on February 22, 1982, at No.29, the highest-ever for an amateur\r •\tRanked No.2 in the Junior World Rankings (ITF) behind Zina Garrison in 1981\r •\tRanked among the top in her age group six consecutive years (1976-81)\r •\tRepresented the United States in Fed Cup in 1982 and in 1984 Olympics\r •\tGraduated from Princeton University and later earned an MBA degree from Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School\r