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  Frida Borjesson
School: Baylor University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Partille, Sweden
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Singles Record: 49-29
Doubles Record: 46-26

Fall 2001 (Senior) – Had a very successful fall campaign, finishing with an 8-6 mark... Most impressive win was over No. 60 Irina Tereschenko of Texas Tech in the ITA Regional Tournament, round of 16... Posted a 5-3 doubles mark, was 3-2 when paired with freshman Patricia Graf and 2-1 teamed with another freshman Whitney Morton.

2000-2001 (Junior) – Ended the season with a 28-10 singles record... Her 28 singles wins were a career-high and are the seventh-highest in school history... Her 22 doubles wins were also a career-high and were the fourth-highest total in school history... Was an impressive 10-1 in conference... Tied her career-high by winning seven straight matches (2/16-3/17)... Broke that record by winning 10 straight (3/30-5/13), a streak that ended in the NCAA round of 16... The 10-match win streak tied for the eighth-longest in school history... After winning 30 singles matches in her first two years combined, won 28 matches as a junior... Named second team academic all-Big 12... Was the Big 12 No. 6 singles gold medalist... Paired with Karin Andersson at No. 2 doubles and the duo posted a 20-8 record... Won 12 of their first 13 matches to start the year... Included in that stretch was a seven-match win streak, a career-high for the longtime team and the second-longest win streak in Baylor doubles history ... Named second team academic all-Big 12.

1999-2000 (Sophomore) – Finished the year 21-13 at No. 5 and No. 6 singles... Participated in the TCU Invitational and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket/Holiday Inn Invitational... Her victory at No. 6 singles at No. 7 Texas (4/22) was Baylor’s only point in a 8-1 loss... Won a career-high seven matches in a row (4/5-4/29)... Also won five straight earlier in the season (2/6-2/13)... Compiled a 18-8 doubles record... Named to the Academic All-Big 12 first team.

1998-1999 (Freshman) – Began playing No. 6 singles for the Bears in the spring season... Was 9-7 for the year in singles... Put together a 9-1 doubles record... Won seven of eight matches while paired with fellow Swede Karin Andersson; that pair finished the spring ranked 11th in the region... Their win at No. 2 doubles closed out Baylor’s 5-4 win over #39 Texas A&M in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Tournament.

Prior to Baylor – Graduated from high school on June 8, 1998... Played under coaches Christian Bergstrom and Mats Willenhag... Received the award for Player of the Year in 1996 at her tennis club in Partille... Also played handball, table tennis, and enjoys skiing and cycling and plans on taking up golf seriously...Best non-athletic talents are writing, cooking and baking cakes.

Personal – Full name is Frida Ulrika Borjesson... Born on Sept. 22, 1997... Daughter of Willy and Angelica Borjesson... Has one older sister, Malin... Borjesson is a marketing major.