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Jillian Wallace
Crystal Lake, Illinois
 
Crystal Lake Central
Senior, Class of 2014
 

Overall Record: 1-2  
GENERAL INFORMATION
 Height: 5' 1"
 Plays: Right-handed
 H.S. Coach: Katie Lashbrook
 Private Coach:   Don Nead
 Favorite Player: Unknown
 

HIGH SCHOOL
Freshman year played #2 doubles, took 1st in conference, took 3rd in sectional,qualifed for state Placed in the top 32. first team all state Doubles. Record 31-4

Sophomore year played #1 doubles, took 1st in conference,took 1st in sectional,qualifed for state finished in the top 32. back draw was canceled due to rain first team all state doubles Record 25-5

Junior Year Played #1 doubles, took 1st in conference, took 2nd in sectionals. Qualified for state top 12 doubles team at state! was NW hearld player of the year, first team all state.

Senior Year played #1 doubles, took 1st in conference, 1st in sectionals, 6th place at state, MVP award, Team Captain, NW Hearld player of the year, Season record 32-2.

TENNIS CAMPS
Warhawk Tennis Camp

ACADEMY
Summer Tennis:

Crystal Lake Racket Club

Crystal Lake Country Club

 
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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