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  Julie Coin
School: Clemson University
Year: graduated
Home Town: Amiens
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Lycee de Lambre
Height: 5-8
Birth Date: Thursday, December 02, 1982
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Computer Science
Singles Record: 98-20
Doubles Record: 88-27
<font face="Helvetica,Arial" size="2"> <p align="justify"><font face="Tahoma">Overview: Earned All-America honors in singles...named 2004 ACC Player of the Year and earned All-ACC accolades for the second consecutive season...named 2004 ITA Southeast Region Player to Watch...a finalist for the Collegiate Women Sports Award for Tennis...the only player in Clemson history to reach the Final Four in the NCAA Team and Individual Championships...holds the top spot in Clemson history on the Most Individual Doubles Victories' list in a single season with 35...holds the record for Most Doubles Wins (33) and Most Three-Set Matches Won (8) by a Clemson junior...ranks fifth in Clemson's career record books for Best Singles Winning Percentage (.808, 63-15) and second for Best Set Winning Percentage in singles (.763, 132-41) a tie for ninth on the Career Winning Percentage List for doubles (.756, 59-19)...ranks in a tie for tenth for the Most Singles Victories in a season (32), a tie for ninth for Most Sets Won in singles (68) and a tie for sixth for Most Three-Set Matches Won (8)...with Maria Brito, holds seventh place in Clemson history for Most Victories by a doubles team in a season with 25 and ranks eighth for Best Winning Percentage in doubles (.806, 25-6) and sixth for Best Set Winning Percentage in doubles (.794, 27-7)...garnered ACC Performer of the Week Honors for the weeks of Feb. 23, Mar. 8 and Apr. 5, 2004...named to the Clemson Dean's List...a member of the ACC Honor Roll. </font></p> <p align="justify"><font face="Tahoma">Spring 2004: Singles: Ranked eighth in the final ITA singles poll...posted a 22-5 record in dual matches and was 7-1 in conference singles play...tallied a 14-5 record against ranked players, including a 5-2 mark against top-10 ranked a 9-16 seed at the NCAA Singles Championships, upset two top-eight seeded players en route to the Final Four, defeating second-seeded Anda Perianu of Oklahoma (6-4, 4-6, 7-6(4)) and eighth-seeded Cristelle Grier of Northwestern (7-5, 4-6, 6-1), before falling to eventual national champion Amber Liu of the first two rounds of the NCAA Singles Tournament, won decisions over Kentucky's Sarah Foster (6-4, 6-0) and New Mexico's Maja Kovacek (6-3, 6-0)...won four matches at the NCAA Team Championships, posting victories over #33 Claire Carter of Washington (3-6, 6-4, 6-1), #20 Jessica Roland of Texas A&amp;M (6-0, 6-2), #35 Danielle Wiggins of South Carolina (6-2, 6-2) and Luisa Lopez of Troy State (6-2, 6-0)...defeated ninth-ranked Amanda Johnson of Duke by a score of 6-3, 7-5 at flight one in the finals of the ACC regular season conference play at flight one, won decisions over Duke's #9 Johnson (6-7(4), 6-0, 7-6(5)), Wake Forest's #10 Karin Coetzee (6-3, 6-1), Georgia Tech's #43 Lyndsay Shosho (4-6, 6-2, 6-1), Maryland's #60 Ramona But (6-1, 6-1), Florida State's Anca Dumitrescu (6-1, 6-3), Virginia's Mariko Fritz-Krockow (6-1, 6-4), and N.C. State's Barbara Orlay (6-4, 6-2)...defeated 39th-ranked Audra Falk of Vanderbilt (6-1, 6-4) and Wiggins of South Carolina (6-0, 6-3) in regular season matches. </font></p> <p align="justify"><font face="Tahoma">Doubles: Named to the NCAA All-Tournament team at the flight two doubles position with Alix Lacelarie...with Lacelarie, won all five matches at flight two at the NCAA Team Championships, defeating 43rd-ranked Carleton and Esseghir of UCLA (9-7), Hadzic and Hoe of Washington (8-5), Spencer and Vieria of Texas A&amp;M (8-3), Lucas and Wojdylo of South Carolina (8-4) and Mancheno and Masviba of Troy State (8-0) the NCAA Doubles Championships with teammate Maria Brito, defeated Wisconsin's Martin and McGaffigan (6-3, 6-3) in the first round before falling to third-ranked Grier and Rush of Northwestern in three sets in the second round...become only the third doubles team in program history to advance past the first round of the NCAA Doubles Tournament...posted a 23-6 dual match record and a 6-2 conference mark...ranked 17th with Brito in the final ITA doubles poll...with Brito in league play, posted wins over N.C. State's Apodaca and Lam (8-1), Wake Forest's Knight and Smith (8-1) and Maryland's Baker and Mihneva (8-5)...also with Brito, defeated 32nd-ranked Schonfeldova and Subbotina of Georgia (8-4) at flight two, and 45th-ranked Balzert and Potapova of Baylor (8-2) at flight one...won an 8-4 decision over South Carolina's Ganzer and Lucas at number one doubles....with Lacelarie 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 Lacelarie, 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)... finished the season on a seven-match winning streak in doubles. </font></p> <p align="justify"><font face="Tahoma">In Fall 2003: Singles: Ranked 13th in the ITA's preseason singles poll...posted a 6-3 overall record in singles during the fall season...reached the semifinals of the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships before falling to third-ranked Raquel Kops-Jones of California...upset #7 Daria Panova of Oregon in the first round of the ITA All-American, and also defeated #14 Jackie Carleton of UCLA and #59 Jennifer Magley of Florida in the the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships, fell in the first round of the singles bracket, but went on to reach the semifinals of the consolation bracket, recording wins over Texas's Petra Dizdar and California's Sasha Podkolzina. Doubles: Finished the season with an 11-3 record with teammate Maria Brito...with Brito, ranked 29th in the ITA's preseason doubles poll...won the ITA Southeast Regional Doubles Championship with Brito, defeating five teams, including #30 Kruse and Venter of Middle Tennessee in the semifinals and Coetzee and Smith of Wake Forest in the finals, becoming the first doubles team in Clemson history to claim that the first round of the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships, fell to third-ranked Kops-Jones and Podkolzina of California, before going on to win the consolation bracket, recording victories over Roland and Vieira of Texas A&amp;M, #41 Johnson and Kroh of Marshall and #49 DaCosta and Rutherford of Michigan...defeated Texas A&amp;M's Spencer and Walker before falling to Illinois' #31 Goulet and McGaffigan at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships...took second place in the flight one draw at the Furman Fall Classic, with wins over Hagood and Eckert of Furman and Schellhas and Tsoubanos of Vanderbilt. </font></p> <p align="justify"><font face="Tahoma">In Spring 2003: Named the ITA Southeast Region Player to Watch in 2003...a member of the 2003 All-ACC Women's Tennis team... earned ACC Player of the Week honors four times this season (Feb. 17, Mar. 3, Mar. 10 and Mar. 31)...a member of the 2002-03 ACC Honor Roll. Singles: Has a 19-3 record in dual matches and was 7-1 in ACC play...owns a 31-6 overall singles record...ranked 22nd in the final ITA singles poll...has posted a 7-4 record against ranked opponents, including wins over #34 Viktoria Stoklasova of South Alabama, #37 Julie Scaringe of Florida and #38 Marlene Mejia of North Carolina...has won 13 of her last 14 dual matches, with the only loss coming to third-ranked Kelly McCain of Duke...fell to Florida's #28 Lindsay Dawaf (2-6, 7-5, 6-1) in the first round of the NCAA Singles Championship...all three dual match losses were to ranked players, including a three-set decision to top-ranked Agata Cioroch of Georgia. Doubles: With teammate Laurence Jayet, ranked 25th by the ITA in the post season poll...with Jayet, posted an 8-3 upset over 10th-ranked Adams and McCain of the first round of the NCAA doubles draw, fell to 26th-ranked Magley and Reyes of Florida by a score of 6-2, 6-4...the pair has a 5-5 record against ranked doubles opponents, including the victory over Adams and McCain, as well as wins over #29 Kruse and Varnell of MTSU, #34 Anderson and Wong of Georgia Tech and #38 Tuchband and Williams of Virginia...has a 17-8 dual match record and a 6-1 record in the conference. </font></p> <p align="justify"><font face="Tahoma">In Fall 2002: Singles: Was the Omni Hotels/ITA Southeast Regional champion...defeated North Carolina's eighth-ranked Kate Pinchbeck in the finals of the tournament by a score of 7-6(5), 6-2...also defeated Kentucky's Shannon Stough, North Carolina's Kendall Cline, Duke's Katie Granson, North Carolina's #27 Marlene Mejia and Kentucky's Nathalie Roels en route to the tournament the Omni Hotels National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships, won a 6-3, 7-6(2) decision over Jenny Langer of SMU before falling to Pinchbeck in the second round (6-4, 2-6, 6-1)...won the flight one championship at the Furman Fall Classic, defeating Vanderbilt's Aleke Tsoubanos, MTSU's #31 Manon Kruse and Vanderbilt's #10 Sarah Riske...finished second at the Clemson Fall Invitational in flight one, with wins over Luisa Lopez of Troy State and Carolina Ramirez of Auburn...posted a 12-2 record for the fall season...was ranked #92 in the ITA's preseason poll. Doubles: Posted a 7-2 record during the fall with Jayet...reached the quarterfinals of the Omni Hotels/ITA Southeast Regional, defeating North Carolina's Bairos and Cline (8-1) and Furman's Bentley and Kovarik (8-5), before falling to Kentucky's 10th-ranked team of Buckley and Trefethen (8-5)...won the flight one championship at the Clemson Fall Invitational, recording wins over Bercik and Ramirez of Auburn and Bentley and the Furman Fall Classic, defeated Bentley and Kovarik by a score of 8-5 and Iowa's Haas and Alexandrova by a score of 8-3 at flight one. </font></p> <p align="justify"><br /> <font face="Tahoma">Before Clemson: Won senior doubles National Championship in France...currently ranked in top 50 in the Senior Division in France...ranked in top eight in Junior Division in France in 2001...born December 2, 1982.</font></p> <p align="justify">&nbsp;</p> </font>