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  Ana Stiglic
School: Clemson University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Kensington, South Africa
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High School: Jeppe
Birth Date: Thursday, August 13, 1981
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Major: Psychology
Singles Record: 45-44
Doubles Record: 36-27

In 2001-2002: Named a 2002 ITA Scholar Athlete…a member of the 2001-02 ACC Academic Honor Roll…named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2002 semester. Singles: Played at flight three through six singles…defeated N.C. State’s Jennifer Jassawalla by a score of 7-6(11), 6-4, at flight five…was victorious over Jessica Balbuena of Florida State by a score of 6-3, 6-2 at number three singles…at flight four, earned non-conference wins over College of Charleston’s Maike Hartung, Georgia State’s Nina Jansen, Charlotte’s Jennifer Hatch and Murray State’s Maria Alonte. Doubles: With teammate Richele LeSaldo, defeated Mainor and Boutet of Hawaii by a score of 8-3 at flight three…also with LeSaldo, won an 8-5 decision over Charlotte’s Hastings and Luders…with teammate Anna Dolinska, was victorious over Magory and Hartung of College of Charleston by a score of 8-2 at flight two.

In 2000-2001: Singles: Tallied an overall record of 22-12 on the season, and a 16-6 record during the spring...won her first eight matches of the spring season, including her first five home matches...played at the number four, five and six singles positions...earned a victory over Wake Forest's Aimee Smith by a score of 6-3, 6-1 at number five singles...tallied ACC victories over Maryland, Florida State and Georgia Tech at the number four position. Doubles: Played primarily at number two doubles with teammate Christina Oldock...defeated Bawono and Gildemeister of N.C. State, 8-2 at the ACC Tournament in Orlando, FL...also with Oldock, edged out a 9-7 victory over Wake Forest's Haus and Smith at the two spot...earned ACC regular season victories over N.C. State and Maryland at the number two position with Oldock as well. In 1999-2000: Singles: Earned a victory at the six singles position over Ashley Hawkins of the College of Charleston by a score of 6-2, 6-3...played at both the five and six singles positions. Doubles: Tallied six doubles victories on the season, including a win over Virginia’s Tuchband and Weaver by a score of 8-6 with teammate Cinny Clausen in the three spot...played at the three doubles position...earned early season victories over UNC-Greensboro’s Weber and Eutlzer (8-2) with teammate Sunnie Harmon, and over Martaus and Bruner of Virginia Tech (8-4) with Anna Savitskaya. Before Clemson: Was the top-ranked player under age 18 in South Africa in 1998…played on the South Africa national team on a tour to Egypt in 1997…was ranked among the top five players nationally for ages 14 and under and ages 16 and under…ranked number one in her home province of Southern Transvaal from 1996 through 1999…finished third in the 1998 national tournament for players under 18…born August 13, 1981.