SENIOR (2007-08): Finished the fall season with a 6-3 record...competed in the singles Flight B Final at the Cougar Classic...one of five Cougars to post six or more wins during the fall season.
JUNIOR (2006-07): Completed the season with a 16-19 record...played matches in the No.4, No.5, and No. 6 spots...compiled 7 wins in the No. 5 slot...went 7-6 during tournament play...had two victories when playing three set matches...played against two nationally ranked opponents, No.5 Suzi Fodor of California and No.76 Whitney Deason of Stanford...was runner up at the BYU Invitational-Flight B...had a winning streak of four matches and another one of three matches during season...defeated UCLA's Becky Duesler, 6-2, 6-2 in a consolation match at the Pac-10 Invitational...went 12-16 during doubles play...paired with 5 different teammates for doubles play.
SOPHOMORE (2005-06):Finished season with a 17-16 record...dual match wins came from the No. 5 and 6 slots...major win against Loyola Marymount's Erin Ivey, 6-4, 6-1 in route to a Cougar victory...played against two nationally-ranked opponents, No. 35 Celia Durkin of Stanford and No. 66 Dinka Hadzic of Washington...defeated Washington's Allison Rainey to clinch the match for WSU...went 3-1 in three set matches and 1-2 in super tiebreakers...defeated Stanford's Megan Doheny, 6-2, 6-4 in a consolation match at Pac-10 Invitational, only Cougar to beat a Stanford opponent during the season...combined with five different teammates for doubles play...co-winner of the Coach's Award with teammate Amy Toth at Cougar's season-ending banquet.
FRESHMAN (2004-05): Ended the season with a 5-20 record...all five wins came in the No. 5 slot...remainder of her matches were played in the No. 6 spot...paired with four different Cougars for doubles play, posting a 2-20 record...paired with Amy Toth for the two doubles victories.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER The No. 1 tennis player in Macedonia...took home the national championship...ranked No. 1 from 1997-2000...won national championship in 14 and under in 1999...played in European Championship in 1999 and in 2000 in Great Britain.
PERSONAL Aleksandra Stefanova...born Nov. 21, 1985 in Skopje, Macedonia...father Hristo...mother Olivera...brothers Iaor (32) and Voin (18)...sister Paulina, (13)...enjoys music, reading, and movies...she is hoping to pursue a career in hospitality business management.
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