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  Maria Brito
School: Clemson University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Mexico City
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High School: Secretaria de Educacion Publica
Height: 5-3
Birth Date: Saturday, November 19, 1983
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Major: Sport Management
Singles Record: 85-51
Doubles Record: 98-50

Highlights: Named to the 2005 All-ACC Team, her second selection in as many years Singles: Posted a 16-12 record during the dual season, including a 5-5 mark in ACC matches …won two matches at flight four in Clemson’s NCAA Tournament Final Four run …defeated Amy Wei of William & Mary in the second round (6-3, 6-1) and Valerie Vladea in the Tigers’ round of 16 upset of #6 Northwestern (6-4, 3-6, 6-4) …recorded conference victories over Virginia Tech’s Jessica Long at flight four (6-1, 6-3), NC State’s Danielle Stadelmann at flight three (6-2, 6-3), Maryland’s Neda Minheva at flight five (6-4, 1-6, 6-4), Virginia’s Marta Bechilwanis at flight five (6-2, 6-2) and Florida State’s Tapiwa Marobela at flight four (6-4, 6-0) …in the ACC Tournament, won her quarterfinal match against Patricia Starzyk of Miami at flight four (6-2, 6-1) …other notable wins include a 6-3, 7-5 decision over Georgia’s Evgenia Subbotina at flight three, one of Clemson’s two singles victories against the Bulldogs; a 6-4, 6-2 decision over #93 Preethi Mukundan of Harvard at flight three and a 6-1, 6-1 victory over South Carolina’s Fallon Koon at flight six. Doubles: Had a 16-13 record in dual match doubles contests … with Daniela Alvarez, 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 …teamed with Alvarez, 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 Alvarez, 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) …compiled a 5-2 mark with Richele LeSaldo and a 3-1 record with Carol Salge …with Salge, defeated Anat Elazari and Ashley James of Virginia Tech at flight two (8-2) and Lindsey Pereira and Caroline Hammond of Virginia at flight three (9-7) …won conference matches at flight two with LeSaldo over Danielle Stadelmann and Agustina Arechavelta of NC State (8-6) and Ashlee Davis and Katie Martzolf of Wake Forest (9-7) …with LeSaldo, posted a 9-7 decision over South Carolina’s Carol Lucas and Miranda Gutierrez. Overview: A member of the 2004 All-ACC team...holds the record for Most Doubles Wins by a Clemson freshman (33)...ranks second on Clemson's Single Season Record List for Most Individual Doubles Victories with 33...with Julie Coin, 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)...ranks in a tie for sixth in Clemson record books for Most Three-Set Matches Won in a single season (eight), and is in a tie for ninth for Most Sets Won (68) in a season...holds sixth place on Clemson's Career Record List for Best Winning Percentage in doubles (.786, 33-9) and ranks ninth for Best Winning Percentage in singles (.775, 31-9).

Spring 2004: Singles: Tallied a 22-6 record in dual singles play and a 6-2 record in the ACC...ranked 100th by the ITA in the final singles poll...ended the season on an eight-match winning the Elite Eight match at the NCAA Championships, defeated Dinka Hadzic of Washington (6-2, 6-4) at flight NCAA Regional action, won a 6-4, 7-6(7) decision over Tsitsi Masviba of Troy State in the first round and a 6-3, 6-2 decision over Miranda Gutierrez of South Carolina in the second round...won three matches at flight four at the ACC Championships, defeating Maryland's #91 Emily Marker (6-2, 6-3), North Carolina's Kendall Cline (5-7, 6-1, 6-2) and Duke's Julia Smith (6-1, 0-6, 7-5) regular season ACC play at flights three and four, was victorious over Duke's Smith (4-6, 6-3, 6-0), North Carolina's Sara Anundsen (6-4, 6-4), Georgia Tech's Alison Silverio (6-4, 7-5), Virginia's Dora Bechliwanis (6-1, 6-2), Wake Forest's Katie Martzolf (6-2, 2-6, 6-3) and N.C. State's Jennifer Jassawalla (7-5, 6-2)...also recorded wins over Lauren Jones of Brigham Young (6-4, 6-2), Daria Potapova of Baylor (6-3, 6-4) and Jess Vanderdys of Colorado (7-5, 6-0) at number three singles.

Doubles: At the NCAA Doubles Championships with teammate Julie Coin, 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...became only the third doubles team in program history to advance past the first round of the NCAA Doubles Tournament...posted a 21-5 dual match record and a 7-1 conference mark...ranked 17th with Julie Coin and 48th with Daniela Alvarez in the final ITA doubles the ACC Tournament with Alvarez 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 Alvarez 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 Coin 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 Coin, 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.

In Fall 2003: Singles: Finished the fall season with a 9-3 overall singles record...reached the quarterfinals of the ITA Southeast Regional Singles Championships, defeating Ashlee Davis and Aimee Smith of Wake Forest and Lara Maurer of Kentucky, before falling to Kentucky's Aibika Kalsarieva in the quarterfinal the prequalifying round of the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships, won decisions over Erica Sauer of Southern California, Dominika Dieskova of Oregon and Daniela Muscolino of Tulsa to advance to the qualifying bracket...was victorious over #95 Jessica Johnson of Marshall during the qualifying round of the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships...took third place in the flight two singles bracket at the Furman Fall Classic, defeating Maaria Husain of Penn State in the final match. Doubles: Posted an 11-3 overall record with teammate Julie Coin...with Coin, ranked 29th by the ITA in the preseason doubles poll...won the ITA Southeast Regional Doubles Championship with Coin, 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&M, #41 Johnson and Kroh of Marshall and #49 DaCosta and Rutherford of Michigan...defeated Texas A&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.

Before Clemson: Top-two ranked junior (16's) and top-four ranked junior (18's) in Mexico...ranked 48th in singles and 11th in doubles by the International Tennis Orange Bowl doubles finalist (18's)...born November 19, 1983.