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  Vida Mulec
School: Baylor University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Maribor
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Singles Record: 68-41
Doubles Record: 56-40

Fall 2001 (Junior) – Attained a No. 43 ranking in December ... Posted a 9-4 singles record and 6-2 doubles record paired with Katja Kovac in the fall ... Had a five match winning streak in singles which included four wins at the ITA Regionals ... Made it to the quarterfinals of Regionals before losing to then-No. 28 and eventual tournament champion Sarah Borwell of Houston ... Mulec and Kovac started off the fall season with five straight victories ... The pair lost in the round of 16 of the ITA Regionals.

2000-01 (Sophomore) – Finished her sophomore year with a singles mark of 26-14, playing mostly at No. 3 ... Was 16-15 in doubles ... Earned her highest career singles ranking in December at No. 41 ... Was the Big 12 No. 3 sunner-up ... Won a season-high eight straight matches . Clinched Baylor’s first-ever win over a top-10 team with a win at No. 3 singles as the Bears beat then-No. 8 UCLA, 4-3, at the National Team Indoors ... Also clinched Baylor’s first-ever NCAA second round win when the women beat Penn to advance to the NCAA round of 16 for the first time in program history ... Named first team academic all-Big 12.

1999-2000 (Freshman) – Finished the year 25-12... Opened her collegiate career with a five-match win streak... Won the TCU Invitational by defeating UTA’s Stepnova and TCU’s Lucie Dvorakova... Made it to the finals of flight “A” at the Baylor Tennis Classic... Participated in the Georgia Tech Tournament... Won 10 matches in a row (2/1-3/6)... Briefly appeared in the ITA singles rankings at No. 99 (3/15)... Compiled a 23-7 doubles record... With teammate Katja Kovac, she ranked as high as No. 31 before finishing at No. 44... Her 23 doubles wins were the second best total in school history.

Prior to Baylor – Attended High School of Economics in Maribor, Slovenia... Ranked 10th in Slovenia’s women’s rankings... Played extensively in junior tournaments... Ranked No. 7 in the 18 and under age bracket.

Personal – Born on May 8, 1980, in Slovenia... Mulec is the daughter of Ana and Edi Mulec from Maribor, Slovenia... Has one older brother, Jernej... Majoring in finance and international business... Lists biking and basketball among her activities.