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Rebecca Bailey
Little Rock, Arkansas
Mt St Mary Academy
Graduate, Class of 2010

Overall Record: 12-6 #92 on This Week's TennisRPI
 Height: 5' 5"
 Plays: Right-handed
 H.S. Coach: Tim Glancy
 Private Coach:   Thomas Andersson
 Favorite Player: James Blake

Prince 100 Hot list for September 2008


2009 ITA Tournament, Texas A & M, College Station, TX July 24

Round of 64 defeated Kelsey Reblin 6-1, 6-0
Round of 32 defeated Denissia Gonzalez 6-1, 6-1
Round of 16 lost to Texas A & M #5 Sophomore Lauren Santacroce
6-3, 4-6, 7-10tb

2009 USTA Junior Tournaments

G18s Singles Finalist and Doubles Winner Polar Bear Sectional Mar 09
G18s Singles and Doubles Winner Arkansas Sectional Qualifier May 09
G18s Quarterfinalist USTA National Open El Paso, Tx July 09
(Had 3 wins over players ranked 95, 101, and 144, all is straight sets)

2008 USTA Junior Tournaments

G16 Singles and Doubles Winner Polar Bear Sectional Level 3
G16 Doubles Quarter Finalist USTA National Clay Court Championships
G16 Singles Round of 32 National Hard Court Championships,
(Advanced over #27 Nationally ranked Player)

Arkansas State High School Tennis
Mt. St. Mary Academy, Little Rock, AR, 7-A Division
Team Co - Captain 2007, 2008
Arkansas State Team Champions 2008
Arkansas State Singles Champion 2008, 2009
Conference Champion 2007, 2008, 2009 Undefeated all 3 years
Lettered 2006, 2007, 2008


16s Sportsmanship Award Winner USTA National Zone Team Championships

American Red Cross Hero Award for saving a mans life by rescuing him from a rip tide in the Atlantic Ocean, South Carolina Coast Summer 2007

Jay Freeman Most Improved Player Award USTA Arkansas Section Feb 2007

Academic Honor Roll, Mt St Mary Academy Last Semester GPA 3.86 Cumulative GPA 3.4

Arkansas Junior Qualifying Singles Winner in every age group 12, 14s, 16s, 18s

USTA Southern Team Championships participant from Arkansas Section for every age group 12s, 14s, 16s

Tennis Family of the Year Bailey Family, USTA Arkansas Section Feb 2006

Tennis Europe Team Participant Played Clay court Tournaments in Holland, Switzerland, France, Germany on US Team July 2007
St. Augustines Day Care Inner city day care program volunteer for 3-4 year old classes, 2008, 2009
Drug Use Prevention Program “Saving You, Saving Me Instructor for grade school children 2008, 2009
St.. Vincent Satellite Pro Tennis Tournament Volunteer 2008, 2009
American Heart Association Community Volunteer 2008
Arkansas Tennis Association Grassroots Tennis Instructor/Volunteer, 2009

Bailey Wins Arkansas Conference 7-A Singles Championship October 2009 for Second straight Title

Arkansas 7-A State Singls Championship Title goes to Bailey Ocotber 21, 2009 for Consecutive wins

Arkansas 7-A High School Conference Singles Champion October 10, 2008
Arkansas 7-A High School State Singles Champion October 17, 2008

Belles sweep up girls 7A titles

Rebecca Bailey and Mount St. Mary made winning a state title look easy.

Bailey, a junior at Mount St. Mary, took only 38 minutes to beat Bentonville’s Oksana Hillyer and win the Class 7A girls singles title Tuesday afternoon at Burns Park in North Little Rock while the Belles earned their first state tennis title since 2002.

Mount St. Mary finished with 16 points while runner-up Bentonville totaled 10.

Bailey lost only four games in three matches, and the Belles junior appeared to get stronger with each match. Bailey defeated Little Rock Central's Darby Brandon 6-0, 6-1 in the semifinals before handing Hillyer a 6-0, 6-0 defeat.

"I was playing great. I really was," Bailey said. "I was hitting the ball, and it felt really good."

Bailey's dominance showed early in her match with Hillyer, the 7A-West singles champion. Bailey rarely lost a point and finished off the first set in 15 minutes.

"It's hard to come out of something like that," Bailey said. "But once you get a big lead, you have to keep your composure and keep your eye on the fact that you want to win. The key is to keep the pressure on her and make sure she doesn't get any easy points or anything to allow her to get back in the match. You have to keep stepping on her."

Hillyer, also a junior, advanced to the final with a 6-2, 7-6 victory over Karsyn Betts of Rogers.

The Liles sisters were almost as dominate as their teammate. They won their first five games of the first set but trailed 2-1 in the second set before reeling off another five consecutive games for a 6-1, 6-2 victory over Anna Bever and Ardan Brazzeal of Bentonville.

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