Attending Yale University...Has won medals in ski competition...Father, Mark, is a professional artist and has entered oil and water-color works in several New York City art shows; mother, Bobbie, manages BarbaraUs business affairs; grandfather, Hanson Baldwin, was military editor of the New York Times and won the Pulitzer Prize for international correspondence in 1943...Enjoys all music, big family gatherings, art, reading and cooking...Also likes European cuisine, psychology and study of history...Plans to write a book about her 10 years on the tour.
• Has career wins over BJ King, Sanchez Vicario, Novotna, Mandlikova, Lindqvist, Hanika and Garrison• Honored with Maureen Connolly Brinker Sportsmanship Award in 1988• Presented with Amstel Light Sportsmanship Award at Madison Square Garden in 1984• Recipient of 1982 WTA Most Improved Player Award• Presented with 1982 Tennis Magazine Most Improved Player Award• Became first girl to start on boys prep school tennis team as No. 1 singles; earned 10-3 record
SINGLESWinner (6): 1988 - Cincinnati; 1987 - Wichita; 1985 - Monticello; 1982 - US Indoors, Cincinnati; 1981 - Toronto.DOUBLESWinner (8): 1988 - Newport (w/Fairbank); 1986 - Bridgestone (w/Shriver); 1985 - Dallas (w/Walsh-Pete); 1984 - Washington, DC (w/Walsh-Pete), Boston (w/Walsh-Pete); 1982 - Oakland (w/Walsh-Pete), Tampa (w/Walsh-Pete); 1981 - Boston (w/Walsh-Pete).ADDITIONALUnited States Wightman Cup Team 1982, 84. United States Fed Cup Team 1988.
1982 - Had biggest singles title at US Indoors when she d. Austin 64 46 63 in SF and Shriver 64 62 in final1986 - Suffered two herniated disks in her back at Eastbourne and was forced off the tour several times, but after a grueling exercise and fitness program, successfully returned to the tour1988 - At Cincinnati, earned last singles title of career by d. Kelesi in final1989 - Re-aggravated a persistent back condition at the beginning season when she was involved in an automobile accident; retired in November due to deteriorating hip cartilage
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