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Spring Signing Week '07: Sibilski Announces

Many tennis players are accomplished students, but few are as accomplished as Agnes Sibilski (Bethesda, MD). An honors student every high school year, Sibilski is an AP scholar, and won third and fourth place in the National French and Latin exams, respectively.

5-Star Senior Agnes Sibilski
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And the 5-Star recruit is no slouch on the tennis court, either. In five 2007 tournaments, Sibilski has one third-place finish, one second-place finish, and two titles. She also had eleven wins in last year's Hardcourt and Claycourt Nationals.
 

College Decision

With these accomplishments, Sibilski could write her ticket to most any college in the country. She ended up considering a number of schools in the Ivy League. And today, she is ready to announce her choice at TennisRecruiting.net.

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