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  Alix Lacelarie
School: Clemson University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Villeneuve-Les-Beziers, France
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High School: Jean Moulin
Height: 5-5
Birth Date: Sunday, May 11, 1980
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Major: Language and International Trade
Singles Record: 65-34
Doubles Record: 79-23

Overvew: Named the ACC Tournament Most Valuable Performer after winning two singles matches and two doubles matches to help the Tigers claim the conference championship...ranks in a tie for ninth on Clemson's Career List for Best Winning Percentage in doubles (.756, 62-20)...earned ACC Performer of the Week honors for the week of Apr. 12, 2004...a member of the Clemson Honor Roll...named to the ACC Honor Roll.

Spring 2004: Singles: Tallied a 7-0 record in ACC regular season play and was 10-6 in dual matches on the the ACC Championships, defeated North Carolina's Caitlin Collins (1-6, 6-0, 6-4) and Duke's Tory Zawacki (6-4, 6-1) at flight three...upset 92nd-ranked Jennifer Zika at flight three to clinch the Tigers' victory over Duke in their final regular season match and clinch the ACC regular season championship for Clemson...also posted league regular season victories over Collins of North Carolina (6-3, 6-4), Christina Denny of Florida State (6-1, 6-2), Lindsey Stauss of Georgia Tech (7-5, 6-0), Marta Bechliwanis of Virginia (6-3, 6-3), Masha Senic of Maryland (6-3, 6-1) and Aimee Smith of Wake Forest (6-3, 6-3).

Doubles: Named to the NCAA All-Tournament team at the flight two doubles position with Julie Coin...with Coin, won all five matches at flight two at the NCAA Championships, defeating 43rd-ranked Carleton and Esseghir of UCLA (9-7), Hadzic and Hoe of Washington (8-5), Spencer and Vieria of Texas A&M (8-3), Lucas and Wojdylo of South Carolina (8-4) and Mancheno and Masviba of Troy State (8-0)...finished the season on a seven-match winning streak in doubles...with Coin at the ACC Championships, won an 8-6 decision over Duke's Arasu and Johnson and took an 8-1 victory over Chavardes and Dent of Maryland at the number two position...also with Coin, won conference regular season matches against Clarke and Moldovan of Florida State (9-8(5)), Nieto and Shosho of Georgia Tech (9-8) and Bruch and Stough of Virginia (8-0)...posted a 14-4 record in dual matches and a 6-2 mark in conference doubles action...with Daniela Alvarez, ranked 43rd in the ITA's final doubles poll...with Alvarez, recorded ACC victories over 47th-ranked Coetzee and Martzolf of Wake Forest (8-5) and Chandrasekar and Orlay of N.C. State (8-4) at number one doubles, and defeated Maryland's But and Dent (8-5) at flight two.

In Fall 2003: Singles: Ranked #33 in the ITA's preseason singles poll...defeated Lauren Walker of Texas A&M in the first round of the qualifying draw at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships...fell to #63 Alicia Salas of Notre Dame in the second round of the tournament. Doubles: Finished the season with a 3-1 overall record in doubles with teammate Daniela Alvarez...with Alvarez, ranked 12th by the ITA in the preseason doubles the qualifying round of the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships, defeated #34 Bercik and Ramirez of Auburn, Falk and Menees of Vanderbilt and #30 Kruse and Venter of Middle Tennessee.

In Spring 2003: A member of the 2003 All-ACC Women's Tennis team...named ACC Player of the Week for the weeks of Apr. 7 and Apr. 14. Singles: Named the 2003 ACC Flight Champion at number two singles...ranked #48 in the post season ITA singles poll...has posted a 17-6 dual match record and a 7-1 record in ACC the NCAA Singles Championship, won a 6-4, 6-2 decision over #62 Maureen Diaz of Southern California before falling in the second round to sixth-ranked Raquel Kops-Jones of California by a score of 6-4, 7-6(6)...upset 18th-ranked Amanda Johnson of Duke by a score of 6-3, 7-5 at flight two...posted upsets in four consecutive singles matches during the season, including the victory over Johnson, as well as wins over #67 Aniela Mojzis of North Carolina, #70 Jaime Wong of Georgia Tech and #83 Mihaela Moldovan of Florida the first and second rounds of the NCAA Championship, defeated Baylor's Stephanie Balzert before falling to #42 Marlene Mejia of North Carolina. Doubles: With teammate Daniela Alvarez, was named the ACC Flight Champion at number two doubles...with Alvarez, ranked 23rd in the final ITA doubles poll...also with Alvarez, 18-1 in matches at flight two...the pair's only loss at flight two was suffered in the NCAA Tournament, falling to North Carolina's Bairos and Mejia, 8-6...their only other loss was to Maryland's But and Jedrzejak at flight one...upset the sixth-ranked doubles team in the country, DeRoo and Johnson of Duke, 8-2...won an 8-2 decision over Baylor's Mijic and Potapova in the first round of the NCAA ACC tournament action at flight two, defeated Wake Forest's Martzolf and Schwartz and North Carolina's Bairos and Mejia...has a 22-2 overall doubles record and a 7-1 record in the conference.

In Fall 2002: Was ranked #22 by the ITA in the preseason singles poll...did not compete in the fall due to injury.

In Spring 2002: Singles: Named to the 2002 All-ACC team...finished the season with a 28-13 overall record, a 19-7 record in dual matches and a 6-2 record in regular season ACC competition...ranked #31 by the ITA in the post-season final rankings ...earned ACC Player of the Week honors for the week of Apr. 1...played primarily at number one the first round of the NCAA Singles Championship, was victorious over #52 Christina Fusano of California, 7-5, 1-6, 6-3...fell in the second round to third-ranked Megan Bradley of UCLA, 6-0, 6-1 the NCAA Team Championship, defeated #56 Jessyca Arthur of William & Mary, 6-3, 6-7, 7-5 in the first round, before falling to #2 Bea Bielik of Wake Forest, 6-3, first round of ACC Championship, was victorious over #59 Jaime Wong of Georgia Tech, 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(5)...defeated #28 Marlene Mejia of North Carolina, 7-6(1), 6-2...also defeated ranked ACC opponents #38 Delila Causevic of Maryland and #42 Anca Dumitrescu of Florida State...fell to #1 Bea Bielik of Wake Forest and #3 Kelly McCain of Duke in regular season ACC matches...took #6 Agata Cioroch of Georgia and #7 Nataly Cahana of Old Dominion to three sets before falling. Doubles: Posted a 15-8 record in dual matches...with teammate Laurence Jayet, ranked #52 by the ITA in post-season rankings...with Jayet, tallied a 15-7 overall record and a 6-2 record in ACC matches...was victorious over #13 Grey and Cioroch of Georgia, 8-4...defeated Old Dominion's 10th-ranked team of Cahana and Radeljevic, 8-4...won an 8-4 decision over #58 Causevic and Marker of Maryland...defeated North Carolina's number one doubles team of Mejia and Rotondi, ACC matches, also defeated Gildemeister and Nicholls of N.C. State, Tuchband and Williams of Virginia and Grant and Morris of Georgia Tech.

In Fall 2001: Singles: Recorded a 9-6 mark...won flight "A" championship at South Alabama Invitational...defeated Furman's Megan Dunnigan 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 in flight one at Furman Fall Classic...defeated Purdue's Gretchen Haynor at June Stewart Invitational. Doubles: Posted 8-5 record...lost in semifinals of ITA Southeast Regional to MTSU's Kruse and Varnell with Jayet...with Savitskaya, knocked off South Carolina's Markovski and Wojdyto in semifinals of Southern Intercollegiate tournament.

Before Clemson: Earned a top 16 singles finish at the Junior National Championships...regional team competed for the National Championship...named region Player-of-the-Year...member of the French Junior team...ranked in the top 16 in France in the Junior Division...reached the quarterfinals at the World Championships in Torbes in the 13-14 year old division...born May 11, 1980.