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Q&A with Maggie Yahner

Maggie Yahner is the type of player all college coaches want playing for their teams. A Denver native now living in Las Vegas, Yahner has excelled on the junior circuit. She defeated highly-ranked players in big-time tournaments - while winning titles at National Opens and ITF events. Yahner is an impressive physical specimen, standing at 5-10 with an athletic frame. And, to top things off, she is an excellent student as well.

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