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  Jieun Jacobs
School: California
Year: Junior
Home Town: Valencia, California
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High School: Hart HS
Height: 5-6
Weight: 130 lbs.
Birth Date: Thursday, April 08, 1982
Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 85-38
Doubles Record: 61-37

A quick and tough competitor and a powerful offensive baseliner…possesses a strong backhand…will be a significant contributor in singles and doubles…finished fall with a No. 49 national ranking in singles…FALL 2002: Had one of the most impressive fall runs of anyone on team…competed in three tournaments, posting a 9-3 record…at ITA All-American Championships, fell in first round to Renate Stoop of Boise State, but rallied in consolation bracket, defeating five players to win draw…advanced to Round of 16 at Omni Hotels Regional Championships by defeating Washington State’s Mel Humphrey and Washington’s Erin Hoe before being eliminated by No. 15 Lauren Barnikow of Stanford…had strong performance at Thunderbirds Invitational, advancing to quarterfinal match with win over Arizona State’s Megan Yeats in semifinals match…paired with Jody Scheldt in doubles, ranked No. 32 in fall…put together 4-1 record…dropped first match of season to Fresno State’s Jovanovic/Winterhalter in first round at regionals…went on to win four straight matches, being crowned champions of Thunderbirds Invitational with victory over Abromeit and Arasu of Duke, 8-2…2001-02: Was named second team Pac-10 All-Academic…led Bears in overall wins, with 30…6-2, 6-2 win over BYU’s Rebecca Pike at third spot clinched match for Cal in NCAA Regionals…advanced to Round of 16 at Pac-10 Tournament, eliminating Darija Klaic of Washington to get there…spent majority of season at team’s second court, compiling an 8-4 record there…key win at second spot game in Cal’s win over Pepperdine…defeated Wave Alexandra Kujawska, 6-4, 4-6, 6-4 to help Bears to 5-1 victory…won her draw at Pac-10 Indoors in January, defeating No. 28 Luana Magnani of USC, 6-4, 5-7, 6-2 to claim the title…all dual doubles matches played with Christina Fusano…pair put together a 10-8 dual record, playing mostly on the second court…against USC, pair defeated No. 31 Anita Loyola and Luana Magnani, 8-6, to clinch doubles point for Cal, which went on to win match, 4-3…teamed up with Jody Scheldt during NCAA team championship…2000-01: Worked mostly out of No. 4 spot during season, going 10-7, but performed well in 3rd court, winning five times against one loss…came up big in two close conference wins for Cal, defeating Monika Horvath of Pepperdine 7-5, 7-6 en route to 4-2 Cal victory over higher seeded Waves, as well as beating Faye DeVera of n-No.8 Arizona State in 4-3 win…bested DeVera again in Round of 16 at NCAA tournament, 6-2, 6-3…teamed with freshman Nicole Havlicek and played most of season in 2nd doubles court, sporting 8-10 record on season in dual matches…posted 2-1 mark on 1st court…pair defeated team from Loyola College in 1st round of NCAA regionals, 8-0…finished season ranked 45th by ITA with Havlicek…started off fall campaign with Havlicek, winning four in row…advanced to ITA Regional semifinals before losing to Stanford’s duo of Barnikow and Kalvaria 6-1, 6-3.

PERSONAL/PREVIOUS: Ranked No. 5 woman in Southern California before coming to Cal…nationally ranked No. 18 for 18-and-unders…parents are Eunhee and James Jacobs…has younger sister, Sara, who is sophomore at Hart High…uncle, Dan Hale, played tennis for Bears…full name is Jieun Hale Jacobs…hobbies include going to beach and reading…born April 8, 1982 in Van Nuys, CA.