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Alexandra O'Neal
Topeka, Kansas
 
Wood Valley Tennis Academy
Graduate, Class of 2008
 

Overall Record: 10-8 #190 on This Week's TennisRPI
GENERAL INFORMATION
 Height: 5' 8"
 Plays: Left-handed
 H.S. Coach: James Sandstrom
 Private Coaches:   Ken Olivier & Brian Edwards
 Favorite Player: Clijsters, Davenport
 

TOURNAMENTS
2007 St. Louis National Championships (Clay) Quaterfinalist unseeded
2007 Super 1 Doubles Champions
2007 Copper Bowl Singles Round of 32 and eventual top 24 finish, Doubles Round of 16
2006 G16s Winter Super Nationals Doubles Round of 16
2006 G16 Sweet 16 5th Place
2006 Summer Terrific 32 Doubles Champions
2006 Summer Terrific 32 top 10 finish
2006 G16s Hard Court Super Nationals
2006 National Doubles Team Ranking 25th
2006 Zonal Team
2005 Missouri Valley Sectional Doubles Champions

HIGH SCHOOL
2004 KSHAA 5th Place 4A State finish as freshman
2005 KSHAA 4A State Singles Champion as sophmore
2006 KSHAA 4A State Singles Champion as junior
2007 KSHAA 4A State Singles Champion as a senior

All-State, All-City, and All- Centennial League as freshman, sophmore, junior, and senior

 
RECENT COMMITMENTS
9/28 Andrew Imrie chooses RPI
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
9/25 Laura Moore chooses IN Wesleyan
9/24 David Rothweil chooses Grand Canyon
9/24 Jack Ablon chooses Colgate

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