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Riza Zalameda
Los Angeles, California
 
Graduate
Class of 2004 - Provisional
 

Please Note: Analysis for this player is based on a provisional graduation year - our best guess for when she is graduating based on birthdate and tournaments played. DO NOT contact this player unless you have independently verified her eligibility to be recruited.

WEEKLY RANKINGS
Recruiting Lists
  National:2 
  Southwest:1 
  California:1 
TennisRPI:
1 
  Sched. Strength:1 
HIGHEST RANKINGS
2004 Recruiting: 1 (7/14)
TennisRPI: 1 (9/3)
SCHOOLS OF INTEREST
SchoolInterest LevelOffer?Visit DateSigned LOI?
UCLA      
Commitment:UCLA
ACTIVITY OVERVIEW
Overall Record:13-2 
vs. Blue-Chips:7-1 
vs. 5-Star:5-0 
vs. 4-Star:0-0 
vs. 3-Star:1-0 
vs. 2-Star:0-0 
vs. 1-Star:0-0 
vs. Not Rated:0-1 
NEWS ARTICLES
September 27, 2009 Pro Circuit, ITF Roundup
July 13, 2009 Former Collegians Shine in Pro Circuit, Davis Cup, World University Games
May 26, 2008 Devvarman Repeats as Men's Champion; McDowell Earns Women's Title at NCAAs
May 20, 2008 UCLA Wins First Women's Tennis Title; Georgia Refuses to Relinquish Their Men's Crown in Tulsa

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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