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Coached by Ola Malmqvist and Jason Parker; favorite surface is outdoor hardcourt...Began playing at eight on a neighborhood court when parents and friends introduced her to the game...Parents are Mason, a lawyer, and Sharon, a speech pathologist; sister, Kristin, attends Duke University...Graduated Westminster High School in May 2000; attended Duke University for one year and was on honor roll...Favorites include the color green, red roses, the movies Erin Brokovich and Dirty Dancing, actor Julia Roberts, author Anita Shreve and chocolate milkshakes...Enjoys sightseeing...Relaxes by listening to music, watching movies and reading...Favorite place to visit is Rome, for its rich history...Pet peeve is people who donÆt return calls and/or e-mail...Admires Monica Seles because of her comeback...Considers favorite aspect of being a touring pro the experience of different cultures and people.

Career Highlights

Winner: 2006 - ITF/Hammond, LA-USA, ITF/Vancouver-CAN; 2005 - ITF/Hilton Head, SC, ITF/Vancouver-CAN.
Quarterfinalist (1): 2003 - Sarasota.

Winner: 2005 - ITF/Allentown-USA (w/Ditty), ITF/Fort Worth-USA, ITF/San Francisco-USA (both w/Snyder).
Finalist (1): 2005 - ITF/Hilton Head, SC (w/Tsoubanos); 2003 - Tokyo [Japan Open] (w/Harkleroad).
Semifinalist (1): 2003 - Bali (w/Liggen).

Career in Review

1997 - First and only appearance was in qualifying at ITF/Santa Clara-USA

1998 - Fell 2r in all three appearances, ITF/Lexington-USA qualifying, ITF/Indian Wells-USA (after qualifying) and Philadelphia qualifying; debuted on WTA Rankings at No. 659 on November 16

1999 - Beaten in qualifying at Miami and US Open; runner-up at ITF/Monterrey-MEX as a qualifier

2000 - Contested qualifying at Oklahoma City and Miami; made Grand Slam debut at US Open as a WC; semifinalist at ITF/Easton-USA

2001 - Runner-up at ITF/Hilton Head-USA and ITF/Los Gatos-USA; reached final qualifying round at Stanford

2002 - Qualified for Australian and US Opens and played first regular Tour event at Hawaii, reaching 2r; also reached 2r at Tokyo [Japan Open]; in doubles, reached first Tour SF at Bali (w/Liggan) and US Open 3r (w/Harkleroad)

2003 - Best singles results were SF at ITF/Midland-USA and ITF/Oyster Bay-USA; at Tour level, reached first QF at Sarasota (d. world No. 13 Schnyder in 1r for first Top 20 win and No. 31 Tanasugarn in 2r); afterwards (April 7), broke into Top 100 at No. 92; also reached 2r at Australian Open as a qualifier (l. to V. Williams there for second straight year) and Bogota; in doubles, first-time Tour runner-up at Tokyo [Japan Open] (w/Harkleroad); also reached QF at Shanghai (w/Craybas)

2004 - Qualified at Sydney (as world No.110, l. 60 06 63 in 1r to No.8 Dementieva), then l. 1r at Australian Open, also l. in Tour qualifying eight times; in doubles, reached QF at Montreal [Canadian Open] (w/Stewart), and reached two finals on ITF Circuit, winning one.

2005 - Contested lone Tour event at Quebec City, qualifying before falling 1r (l. to Granville); on ITF Circuit, won first two career singles titles and second, third and fourth career doubles titles.