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  Carol Salge
School: Clemson University
Year: Senior
Home Town: San Roque
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Height: 5-8
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Major: Economics
Singles Record: 75-46
Doubles Record: 91-38
Fall 2007 Singles: · Played just three matches in the fall with a 1-2 record · Ranked #64 in the preseason and #17 in the Southeast Region · Upset #34 Danielle Steinberg of Arizona in the qualifying round of the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships in October before falling in the second round. · Suffered a loss in the first round of the main draw at the Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional Championships. Doubles: · Had a 5-4 doubles record during the fall season with three different partners · Ranked #32 in the preseason with Estefania Balda · Had a 3-2 record with Balda · Pair placed second in the flight two bracket at the Furman Fall Classic in late September · With Balda, won opening round match in the qualifying rounds at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships before falling · Was 0-1 with Laurianne Henry at the Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional Championships in October · Went 2-1 with Federica Van Adrichem at the Duals In The Desert with only loss suffered against 20th-ranked team from UCLA. Spring 2007 Singles: · Compiled a 10-12 mark during the dual season · Was ranked as high as #44 in the individual polls during 2007 · Opened the season at the top singles spot and won her first two matches, including an impressive victory over 10th-ranked Shadisha Robinson of South Florida in the second match of the year (6-3, 7-6(3)) · Suffered a rough stretch, falling in eight straight matches with injury playing a factor as she retired from two of those contests · Posting five straight wins later in the season · At the ACC Championships in April, received a no-decision in the quarterfinals against Virginia and then fell in a three-set battle to Miami’s 20th-ranked Laura Vallverdu (6-4, 3-6, 3-6) · Clinched both of Clemson’s regional victories over the May 11-12 weekend · Fell in her NCAA round of 16 contest to California’s 12th-ranked Zsuzsanna Fodor (6-2, 6-0) to end her season. Doubles: · Boasted a 17-6 doubles record for the 2007 spring season, recording wins with five different partners · Paired with Ina Hadziselimovic at flight one in the first match of the season, recording an 8-3 victory over the College of Charleston’s team of Albertz and Leskosky · Also partnered with Estefania Balda early in the spring and compiled a 3-3 record · Teamed with Federica van Adrichem to post a victory over Furman · Paired with Ani Mijacika for three straight contests in March, going 2-1 · Teamed with Maria Brito for the remainder of the season and lost just one match the rest of the way · Duo was a stellar 10-1 at the flight three position · Won over Virginia for a second time in seven days in the quarterfinals of the ACC Championships · With Brito, came from behind to post an 8-5 victory over Miami’s team of Banada and Sabatino in the semifinals of the conference tournament · Duo then won its NCAA first-round match-up against Coastal Carolina, 8-0, to help Clemson clinch the doubles point in just over a half hour · Won their 10th straight match in the regional final against Virginia as they posted an 8-5 victory over Rales and Larson · Came up just short against Claire Ilcinkas and Bojana Bobusic of California, 8-6, to end the season in the NCAA round of 16. Fall 2006 Singles: · Went 7-4 in the fall season, posting wins over three ranked players · Advanced to the quarterfinals of the Southeast Regional in October, along with teammate Ani Mijacika, making Clemson the only school with two representatives in the final eight. Defeated Emily Wade of UNC Greensboro, 6-2, 6-1 in the opening round, #89 Amanda Taylor of Vanderbilt, 6-1, 6-3, in the round of 32 and Duke’s Liz Plotkin, 6-3, 6-4, in the round of 16. Fell in three sets to Hala Sufi of Middle Tennessee, 2-6, 7-6(2), 6-3 in the quarterfinals · Earned an invitation to the ITA All-American Championship qualifying round in early October and was just one win away from reaching the main draw. Won a 6-4, 7-6(4) decision over #51 Paula Mesterova of Loyola Marymount in the round of 64 and then defeated 84th-ranked Gaby Baker of Oklahoma, 7-6, 5-7, 6-2, before falling to LSU’s Megan Falcon, 6-0, 6-2 · Received a bid to the ITA National Indoor Championships in November where she won her opening round match over Notre Dame’s Colleen Rielley, 3-6, 7-5, 6-4. Then suffered a 6-3, 6-1 defeat to #9 Diana Srebrovic of Florida (6-3, 6-1) in the round of 16 · Went 1-1 at the Miami Invitational in November. Doubles: · Boasted a 9-2 doubles record for the fall season · Posted a 6-2 record with Ani Mijacika · With Mijacika, reached the finals of the Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional in October. Duo blanked Middle Tennessee’s Kommireddi and Parkinson, 8-0, in the round of 32 and posted an 8-6 victory over Duke’s Granson and Zawacki in the round of 16. Then defeated Wake Forest’s team of Davis and Kulikova, 8-1, in the quarterfinals and won 8-6 over Collins and Marand from North Carolina in the semifinals. Fell to Kentucky’s team of Coventry and Schwenk by an 8-6 margin in the finals · At the Miami Invitational in November, went 2-1 with Mijacika · Recorded three wins with Federica van Adrichem at the Furman Fall Classic to win the flight one title. Spring 2006 Highlights: · Named to the 2006 All-ACC team and was the only Clemson honoree · Ranked #63 in the final Fila/ITA Tennis singles poll and listed 21st with Federica van Adrichem in the final doubles rankings · Was named the ACC Player of the Week for the week ending Feb. 26. Singles: · Ranked #63 in the final singles poll with a 17-6 record during the dual season · Selected as the top alternate in the NCAA Singles Championships and earned a spot in the tournament · Fell to 55th-ranked Riza Zalameda of UCLA in the round of 64 · Began season playing at the number four position but moved up to flight two by the end of March · Won nine ACC matches during the season · Earned the top singles position for the final four regular season matches, going 3-1. In the stretch, upset #57 Caitlin Collins of North Carolina (6-0, 6-3) and #38 Alex Hirsch of Wake Forest (6-4, 6-4) and won a 6-0, 6-1 decision over NC State’s Barb Orlay. Only defeat at flight one in the regular season came to sixth-ranked Daniela Bercek of Duke · Posted four straight wins to open the season · Claimed a 6-3, 6-4 decision against Caroline Basu of Georgia in the Tigers’ upset victory over the Bulldogs · Had a 1-1 post-season record in Clemson’s four contests. Defeated Jenna Long in the ACC quarterfinals (6-1, 4-6, 6-3) to help the Tigers to a 4-3 victory over North Carolina but then fell to Kristi Miller of Georgia Tech in the semifinals of the conference tournament after taking the number one player in the country to three sets (3-6, 6-1, 4-6). Doubles: · Earned the #21 ranking in the final Fila/ITA Tennis doubles poll with Federica van Adrichem after the duo posted a 12-10 record, with all matches at the flight one position · With van Adrichem, was ranked nationally as high as #9 · Duo earned a bid to the NCAA Doubles Championships, but fell to Carine Vermeulen and Dianne Matias of Southern California in the opening round · Team of Salge and van Adrichem posted three upset-victories in the early season, including two over teams ranked in the top 15 · While unranked, defeated Furman’s #39 team of Gioia and Morris, 8-3 · Two matches later stunned Georgia’s ninth-ranked team of Basu and Robinson, 8-5, to help the Tigers upset the Bulldogs · Followed that match with an 8-5 victory over 11th-ranked Miller and Shosho of Georgia Tech · With Kathi Gerber, won an ACC contest over Florida State’s team of Marobela and Nystrom Skold, 8-3, at the flight three position. Fall 2005 Singles: · Recorded a 7-3 mark in fall singles play · Placed third in the Furman Fall Classic · Advanced to the finals of the B2 draw of the USTA Women’s College Tennis Invitational · Fell to Barbara Orlay of NC State in the round of 16 at the Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional Championships after claiming victories over Sandie Knight of East Tennessee State (6-0 ,6-2) and Jenny Zika of Duke (7-6, 6-2) in the first and second rounds, respectively. Doubles: · Posted a 6-2 doubles record with Maria Brito in fall play · Placed second in the Furman Fall Classic at flight three · Won the B2 bracket of the USTA Women’s College Tennis Invitational · Edged in the opening round of the Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional Championships by Wake Forest’s Jerman and Tara (8-6) to end their fall season. Spring 2005 Singles: · Recorded a 20-8 mark in her first season as a Tiger, including seven wins against ACC foes · Won both matches in the ACC Tournament at flight six, claiming a 6-1, 6-1 decision over Wake Forest’s Danielle Schwartz in the second round and a 6-0, 6-1 victory against Miami’s 99th-ranked Emily Mowery in the semifinals · In seven of Clemson’s eight 4-3 victories in the 2005 season, won her match-up, including the NCAA tournament round of 16 upset over #6 Northwestern’s Alexis Conill at flight six (6-1, 6-2) · Also defeated William & Mary’s Kate Boomershine at flight six in the second round of NCAA Team Championships (6-1, 6-1) · Other notable wins include a three-set victory over Kentucky’s Daniella Petrincko in the USTA/ITA National Team Indoor Championships (6-4, 3-6, 12-10). Doubles: · Posted a 17-10 record in dual season doubles matches · Won six matches at flight three with Romy Farah for a 6-4 overall record · With Farah, won both ACC Tournament match-ups over Wake Forest’s Danielle Schwartz and Blakely Offutt in the Tigers’ second round contest (9-7) and Miami’s Patricia Starzyk and Caren Seenauth in the semifinals (8-1) · In the NCAA Team Championships, with Farah at flight three, defeated Furman’s Shannon Moore and Jacqueline Eckert in the opening round (8-6) and Caitlin Collis and Tanja Markovic of North Carolina in the final eight (8-3) · Went 5-3 overall with Ioana Paun, including two victories against league opponents · Compiled a 3-1 record with Maria Brito · Posted a 3-0 mark with Alix Lacelarie at flight three. Before Clemson · Top ranked junior (14’s) and #3 ranked junior (16’s) in Brazil · Three-time champion of Federation Cup Team Junior’s (12’s, 14’s and 16’s) · Champion Assuncion Bowl (COSAT 14’s) · Three-time finalist Circuit COSAT (Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay) · Ranked 4th in singles by the South America Tennis Federation · Gerdau Cup champion (12’s) · Born January 13, 1986.