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Anna Gullickson
Spokane, Washington
 
Lewis & Clark HS
Graduate, Class of 2005
 

Overall Record: 6-7 #278 on This Week's TennisRPI
USTA PNW JR. SECTIONALS
June 16-19, 2005
USTA/Pacific Northwest, Beaverton, OR
Girls' 18 Singles
Complete Results
Round Wins Losses Score
32 Elaine Ritzy Aragones   6-0;6-0
16   Kelcy McKenna (29) 6-1;6-4
YAKIMA JR. CHAMPS DUAL LEVEL 5
March 25-25, 2005
Yakima Tennis Club, Yakima, WA
Girls' 18 Singles
Complete Results
Round Wins Losses Score
16  
L. Morzan
6-0;6-0
2 Emily Gallichotte   6-1;6-1
CQ Lindsey Erickson (390)    
CS   Jamie Chan (290)  
BALLY TENNIS WINTER CHAMPS BG14,18
February 11-13, 2005
Bally Tennis Federal Way, Federal Way, WA
Girls' 18 Singles
Complete Results
Round Wins Losses Score
32   Lilly Kimbell (6) 6-1;6-3
3 Sara Koura   6-0;6-4
CQ   Judy Liening (381) 6-0;6-1
BALLY GIRLS WINTER CHAMPS DUAL L5
January 14-16, 2005
Bally Tennis Federal Way, Federal Way, WA
Girls' 18 Singles
Complete Results
Round Wins Losses Score
16   Megan Havili (346) 6-3;2-6;6-1
2 Jasmine Hong   6-3;6-2
CQ Chelesea Sweetin   7-6;6-4
CS   Monica Neveklovska (150) 6-1;6-2
RECENT COMMITMENTS
9/29 Caroline Cox chooses CMS
9/28 Matthew Lord chooses Virginia
9/28 Andrew Imrie chooses RPI
9/27 Noah Morrow chooses Redlands
9/27 Caroline Pozo chooses Northwestern
9/26 Keegan Smith chooses UCLA
9/26 Claire Dean chooses UC Irvine
9/26 Alyssa Hahn chooses Davidson
9/26 Kevin Huang chooses Davidson
9/25 April Wong chooses Azusa Pacific

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