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  Federica van Adrichem
School: Clemson University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Amersfoort
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
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Height: 5-11
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Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 58-42
Doubles Record: 79-41
Fall 2007 Singles: · Recorded a 6-3 ledger during the fall · Was ranked #14 in the regional rankings, released in December · Highlight match of the season was an upset of #18 Tracy Lin of UCLA at the Duals In The Desert in November · Finished third at the Furman Fall Classic in September with a 2-1 record at the tournament · Reached the round of 16 at the Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional Championships in October. Had straight-set victories in the first and second rounds before falling to a ranked player · Was 2-1 at the Duals In The Desert at the flight one position. Doubles: · Was ranked #2 in the preseason individual poll with Ani Mijacika · Ranked #5 in the regional poll released in December with Mijacika · Duo went 7-3 during the fall, advancing to the semifinals of the Riviera/ITA All-American and Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional Championships. · Teamed with Mijacika for a second-place finish at the Furman Fall Classic in September. Fell to #23 team from South Carolina · Defeated ranked teams from Notre Dame and Southern California in the All-American before falling to Tennessee’s 10th-ranked team in the tie break of the third set in the final four of the tournament · Duo then advanced to the semifinals of the regionals just two weeks later. Suffered the loss to Granson and Mang of Duke · Also played three matches with Carol Salge for a 9-4 overall fall record · Went 2-1 with Salge at the Duals In The Desert with only loss suffered against 20th-ranked team from UCLA. Spring 2007 Highlights: · Earned All-America honors in doubles after reaching the round of eight in the NCAA Doubles Championships · With Ani Mijacika, became the first doubles team in Clemson history to advance past the quarterfinals of the national tournament, reaching the semifinals · Selected to the NCAA Doubles Championship for the second straight year, pairing with Ani Mijacika for the 2007 tournament · With Mijacika, was ranked as high as #7 in the doubles poll Singles: · After playing just one match in the fall, boasted a 17-6 record during the spring · Played primarily at flight four, where she was responsible for 12 of Clemson’s 19 victories at the position · Went 8-4 against ACC competition, bettering her 2006 mark by two wins · Sat out the first two matches of the dual season and earned her first assignment against Notre Dame in the 2007 USTA/ITA National Team Indoor Championships where she posted a 7-5, 6-4 win over the Irish’s Katie Potts at flight six · Moved up to number five in the Tigers’ win over Brigham Young in the tournament, defeating her opponent in straight sets, 6-3, 6-1 · Helped Clemson to notch a 4-3 victory over UCLA in the third round of the tournament · Upset Georgia Tech’s 45th-ranked Amanda Craddock in three sets at flight four in Clemson’s ACC opener (4-6, 6-3, 6-4) · Hit a rough stretch as she lost four straight matches but rebounded to close out the regular season with five consecutive straight-set victories · Defeated Virginia for a second time in the quarterfinals of the ACC Championships, 6-3, 6-3, at flight four · Also won her flight four match-up against Romy Farah of Miami in the semifinals, 6-3, 6-4 · Did not record a decision in Clemson’s NCAA first-round match-up against Coastal Carolina and fell to Virginia’s Pereira in the regional final, 6-3, 6-3 · Her match was again suspended in the round of 16, but she had claimed the first set and led 3-2 in the second over Stephanie Kusano of California. Doubles: · Recorded an 21-6 ledger in the 2007 spring season · Tallied 18 of those wins with Ani Mijacika · Reached the semifinals of the 2007 NCAA Double Championships with Mijacika to became the first Clemson doubles team in history to reach the final four of the national tournament. Defeated Notre Dame’s team of Brook Buck and Kelcy Tefft in the first round (6-4, 7-6) and won a three-set match over Yasmin Schnack and Riza Zalameda of UCLA in the round of 16 (6-4, 3-6, 6-3). Then won in straight sets against Stanford’s duo of Lindsay Burdette and Anne Yelsey (6-3, 6-4) before falling in the semifinals to William & Mary’s top-ranked team of Megan Moulton-Levy and Katarina Zoricic (6-3, 7-5) · Sat out the first match of the season and then teamed with Mijacika for 11 of the next 12 matches, winning nine of them · After one match at flight two, moved to the top position beginning with matches at the USTA/ITA National Team Indoor · Upset UCLA’s 17th-ranked team of Schnack and Zalameda, 9-8 …Tiger duo then fell to Yuferova and Borisova of Virginia Commonwealth, 8-6 …e · Entered the ITA doubles rankings at #55 on Feb. 21 and recorded their second upset on the same day, winning 8-5 over #23 Ivanov and Yvette Hyndmann of Georgia · With Mijacika, opened the conference season with an 8-6 win over Georgia Tech’s 18th-ranked tandem of Miller and McCray (8-6) · Duo then jumped to #12 in the next rankings, released on Mar. 6 · Paired with Carol Salge at the top position to post an 8-6 victory over Furman’s team of Gioia and Manojlovic · Teamed with Ina Hadziselimovic at the flight two position for three contests in March, going 2-1 in those · Partnered back with Mijacika for the remainder of the season, compiling a 15-4 overall record together · Moved up to #7 in the polls with Mijacika on Mar. 20 · Duo defeated #27 Bercek and Mang of Duke (8-6) before falling to #11 Anundsen and Long of North Carolina (8-3) · Then won their ACC Championships quarterfinal rematch over the Cavalier tandem, 8-4 · Posted an upset over California’s fifth-ranked team of Babos and Fodor in the NCAA Round of 16, winning by an impressive 8-1 margin. Fall 2006 Singles: · Played just one match during the fall season due to an illness · Suffered a 6-0, 6-3 loss to Jenny Keutin of Michigan in qualifying round of the ITA All-American Championship. Doubles: · Recorded a 4-3 ledger in doubles action during the fall · Posted three wins with Carol Salge at the Furman Fall Classic to win the flight one title · Played three matches with Ina Hadziselimovic at the Miami Invitational in November and went 1-2 in the tournament · Played one match with Selma Babic at the Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional, suffering an 8-3 loss to Sufi and Szabo of Middle Tennessee in the round of 32. Spring 2006 Highlights: · Named to inaugural Academic All-ACC Team in 2006, only Clemson representative · Ranked 55th in the final 2006 Fila/ITA Tennis singles poll, and earned the #21 ranking with Carol Salge in the final doubles poll · Selected to the 2006 NCAA Singles Championship field, winning her opening round match before falling in the round of 32. Singles: · Finished the season ranked 55th in the final singles poll · Compiled a 12-10 overall record during the spring, including a 6-1 mark in matches played at the flight two position · Earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Singles Championships · Won her first match in the national tournament over #41 Emma Murphy of San Diego (6-3, 6-2) before falling to Megan Moulton-Levy, ranked 19th, in the round of 32 (6-4, 6-2) · Started off dual match career with a 7-5, 6-2 victory over the College of Charleston’s Amanda Becker at flight three · Won six total matches over ACC competition, including Virginia and Virginia Tech · Her wins over the Tar Heels, Wolfpack and Demon Deacons proved to be crucial as the Tigers won each of those matches by a 4-3 score. Doubles: · Earned the #21 ranking in the final Fila/ITA Tennis doubles poll with Carol Salge after the duo posted a 12-10 record, with all matches at the flight one position · With Salge 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 Salge, claimed wins over six ACC opponents · Teamed with Salge, won six other non-conference contests · Started off season paired with Daniela Alvarez, winning one match against Albertz and Ellington of College of Charleston (8-4). Fall 2005 Singles: · Posted a 9-4 record during the fall singles season · Won the flight one title at the Furman Fall Classic · Claimed the Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional Championships by winning six matches in four days, including a 6-3, 6-3 upset of 68th-ranked Jackie Charleton of Duke in the finals. Defeated Hanes Harri of North Carolina (6-0, 6-1), Melissa Schaub of Tennessee (6-4, 6-1) and Caitlin Collins of North Carolina (6-4, 2-6, 6-4), and upset #107 Laura Ganzer of South Carolina (6-4, 6-3) and #108 Jenna Long of North Carolina (7-6(5), 6-2) en route to the title · Advanced to the ITA National Indoor Championships after winning the regional crown, but fell to #11 Cristelle Grier of Northwestern in the opening round and 19th-ranked Emma Murphy of San Diego in the consolation bracket. Doubles: · Had an 8-2 record in fall doubles action with partner Daniela Alvarez · Placed third at flight one in the Furman Fall Classic including an upset 38th-ranked team of Smith and Fanjoy of North Carolina in the first round (8-6) · Won the A1 draw of the USTA Women’s College Tennis Invitational after winning four straight matches · Reached the quarterfinals of Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional Championships before falling to #11 Bercek and Robinson of Duke, 8-5 · Posted an upset of Wake Forest’s 32nd-ranked team of Davis and Hirsch in the round of 16 (8-5). Before Clemson · One of top junior players from Holland · Ranked as high as number eight in the national rankings · Reached the final eight of the National Indoor Championships of Holland in 2001 · Won the Haren Intemation Gasunie under-16 Tournament in 2002.