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  Daniela Alvarez
School: Clemson University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Santa Cruz
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High School: Interamericano
Height: 5-3
Birth Date: Wednesday, December 28, 1983
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Major: Psychology
Singles Record: 74-45
Doubles Record: 84-35

2005: 2005 Bio Singles: Compiled a 12-10 dual match record and a 4-3 mark in conference play …won three matches at flights four and five in the Tigers’ NCAA Tournament run, including victories over Jacqueline Eckert of Furman in the opening round (6-3, 6-1), Lingda Yang of William & Mary in the second round (6-0, 6-2) and Andrea Young of Northwestern in the round of 16 (6-1, 6-3) …suffered an injury keeping her out of the lineup during the early season …posted league wins against Florida State’s Amber Tantee (6-1, 6-1) and North Carolina’s Caitlin Collins (6-3, 6-2) and came from behind for victories over Jennifer Dent of Maryland (0-6, 6-3, 10-3) and Kristin Cargill of Duke (4-6, 6-4, 6-2) …in the first round of the ACC tournament, claimed a 6-4, 6-1 decision over Wake Forest’s Jenna Loeb …also won notable matches against Alexis Martire of Harvard (6-2, 6-2) and South Carolina’s Mirande Gutierrez (1-6, 7-5, 6-2). Doubles: Recorded a 12-10 mark in dual doubles contests …with Maria Brito, won eight doubles matches against nine losses …Brito-Alvarez team won both matches in the NCAA regionals at flight two, including an 8-0 decision over Furman’s Marti Morris and Lauren Osborne and a 8-5 victory against William & Mary’s Kate Boomershine and Candice Fuchs …paired with Brito, posted notable wins over Elizabeth Lumpkin and Laura Gordon of UCLA in the USTA/ITA National Team Indoor Championships, 9-7, and claimed the Tigers’ only doubles victory against Georgia with an 8-4 decision over Kelley Hyndman and Evgenia Subbotina …won ACC regular season matches at flight two, with Brito, over Miami’s Melissa Applebaum and Staci Stevens (8-3), Florida State’s Roxanne Clarke and Amber Tantee (8-5) and Duke’s Clelia Deltour and Tory Zawacki (8-6) ...with Romy Farah, defeated 42nd-ranked Felice Lam and J.J. Larson of Virginia Tech in the first match of the season …also won matches with Alix Lacelarie and Ioana Paun. Overview: Named to the All-ACC team for the second consecutive season...moved into a tie for third place on Clemson's Career Record List for Winning Percentage in doubles, boasting an .808 winning percentage with a 42-10 career record...ranks eighth on the Tigers' Career Record List for Best Set Winning Percentage in singles (.699, 86-37)...a member of Clemson's Honor Roll.

Spring 2004: Singles: Posted an 18-6 record in dual matches and a 6-2 mark in conference play...finished the season ranked 74th by the ITA in the NCAA Championships, clinched the Tigers' victory over Texas A&M with a three set (2-6, 6-3, 6-4) win over Helga Vieria at flight regular season league play at number two doubles, defeated Duke's Tory Zawacki (6-4, 6-3), North Carolina's Lee Bairos (6-1, 4-6, 6-4), Virginia's Kristen James (6-3, 6-3), Maryland's 77th-ranked Emily Marker (6-2, 2-6, 1-0 (11-9)), Wake Forest's Ashlee Davis (6-2, 6-2) and N.C. State's Kristin Lam (6-2, 6-2) the first round of the ACC Tournament, won a 6-3, 6-4 decision over Maryland's Marianne Baker at flight two...also posted wins over Christyn Lucas of South Carolina (7-6(0), 6-7(4), 6-3), Silvia Urickova of Virginia Commonwealth (0-6, 6-4, 1-0(10-5)), Sofia Holden of Brigham Young (6-1, 7-5) and Stephanie Balzert of Baylor (6-2, 6-1). Doubles: Tallied an 18-6 dual record and a 7-1 league record...ranked 43rd in the final ITA doubles poll with Alix Lacelarie and ranked 48th with Maria the ACC Tournament with Brito at the flight one position, defeated But and Marker of Maryland (8-5) in the first round and won an 8-6 decision over 23rd-ranked Cline and Mojzis of North Carolina in the semi-finals...with Brito in regular season conference action, was victorious over Georgia Tech's Anderson and Grant (8-6) and Virginia's Fritz-Krockow and James (8-1) at flight one, and defeated North Carolina's Bairos and Bunn (8-3) and Florida State's Deason and Dumitrescu (8-2) at number two doubles...with Alix Lacelarie, 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...with Brito, upset 28th-ranked Falk and Menees of Vanderbilt at flight two.

In Fall 2003: Singles: Posted a 7-3 overall record in singles...ranked #88 in the ITA's preseason singles poll...upset #31 Aniela Mojzis of North Carolina, #46 Jenny Kuhn of Tulane and #73 Susanna Lingman of Harvard during the qualifying rounds of the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships...reached the final-16 at the ITA Southeast Regional Singles Championships, defeating Wofford's Ellen Rogers and Tennessee's Majen Immink...won the consolation bracket of the flight two singles draw at the Furman Fall Classic, defeating Lee Bairos of North Carolina and Christyn Lucas of South Carolina in the tournament. Doubles: Finished the season with a 3-1 overall record in doubles with teammate Alix Lacelarie...with Lacelarie, 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: Named to the 2003 All-ACC Women's Tennis team... was named ACC Player of the Week for the week of Feb. 24...a member of Clemson's Honor Roll for the Spring 2003 semester. Singles: Has posted a 17-6 dual match record and a 5-3 conference record...defeated 49th-ranked Saras Arasu of Duke 6-3, 6-1 at flight three...won a 6-3, 6-0 decision over #123 Lori Grey of Georgia at flight four...defeated North Carolina's Lee Bairos, Florida State's Christina Denny, Wake Forest's Danielle Schwartz and Maryland's Marta Jedrzejak in regular season conference matches at flight three...defeated Wake Forest's Aimee Smith at flight three in the first round of the ACC Championships. Doubles: With teammate Alix Lacelarie, was named the ACC Flight Champion at number two doubles...with Lacelarie, ranked 28th in doubles in the ITA poll released Apr. 28...also with Lacelarie, 18-1 in matches at flight two...the pair's only loss at flight two was suffered in the second round of the NCAA Tournament to UNC's Bairos and Mejia by a score of 8-6...their only other loss this season was to Maryland's But and Jedrzejak at flight one...upset the sixth-ranked doubles team in the country, DeRoo and Johnson of Duke, the first round of the NCAA Championships, defeated Baylor's Mijic and Potapova (8-2) ACC tournament action at flight two, defeated Wake Forest's Martzolf and Schwartz and North Carolina's Bairos and Mejia...has a 21-3 overall record in doubles and a 7-1 record in the conference.

Before Clemson: Was ranked #1 Junior National in under-14, 16 and 18 divisions from 1997-2001 in Bolivia...was ranked third in 1997 and fifth in 1999 in South America...member of the Bolivian Junior National 2001, reached the quarterfinal round of the doubles competition in the Junior French Open...born December 28, 1983.