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  Katie Blaszak
School: Duke University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Fairfax, Va.
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High School: Flint Hill
Height: 5-7
Birth Date: Friday, September 17, 1982
Dominant Hand: Left
Major: History
Singles Record: 36-16
Doubles Record: 22-18

Transferred from Vanderbilt University after her freshman season.

2003-04: Was injured for most of the year ... made her season debut against Georgia Tech on April 10 ... collected a 2-1 singles and 6-2 doubles record on the year ... played at the No. 4 (1-0), No. 5 (1-0) and No. 6 (0-1) singles positions ... picked up wins against Ioana Paun of Clemson (6-4, 6-2) and Lingda Yang of William & Mary (6-4, 6-3) in the postseason ... in doubles play, teamed with Jennifer Zika to post a 3-1 record and played with Kristin Cargill also notching a 3-1 mark ... played with Cargill in the NCAA Tournament as the duo notched wins over Furman, William & Mary and Northwestern.

2002-03: Recorded an 18-5 overall singles record and 3-3 doubles mark in her first year with the Blue Devils ... was bothered by injuries for most of the fall and first three months of the dual match season ... played at the No. 2 (1-0), No. 4 (1-1), No. 5 (10-1) and No. 6 (2-1) singles slots ... went 4-0 in ACC singles action with victories against Wake Forest, North Carolina, Clemson and Georgia Tech ... ranked as high as 59th in the ITA singles rankings during the season ... went 2-0 in the ACC Tournament with wins over N.C. State and Virginia ... advanced to the finals of the Arizona State Thunderbird Invitational before falling to teammate Saras Arasu (5-7, 3-6) ... at the Thunderbird, won four matches including victories against 49th-ranked Jieun Jacobs of California (6-2, 6-1) and 21st-ranked Dora Krstulovic of Arizona State (6-2, 6-2) ... collected an eight-match win streak in April/May ... played No. 3 doubles with Katie Granson in the Sweet 16 and Final Four against UCLA and Florida, respectively ... the duo downed Loncaric/Wild (8-2) and fell to Dawaf/Scaringe (5-8).

2001-02: Played the fall and halfway through the spring with Vanderbilt before deciding to transfer ... as a freshman, ranked as high as 55th by the ITA ... began her collegiate career with three consecutive wins to take home the June Stewart Invitational Flight Three singles title ... next won the SEC Coaches Fall Classic Flight A Consolation bracket with four straight victories ... overall, posted a 7-1 fall record ... registered a 10-8 dual match singles record ... played the No. 1 (1-0), No. 2 (1-1), No. 3 (5-6) singles positions ... notched key victories against Mississippi State, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, South Alabama, Rice, Michigan State and Middle Tennessee State ... in doubles, posted a 7-4 overall and 3-1 dual match record ... was 1-0 in SEC matches teaming with Audra Falk at the No. 3 position for an 8-2 win against Mississippi State ... had other dual match victories versus Illinois and Louisville ... the duo of Blaszak/Annie Menees advanced to the finals of the SEC Coaches Fall Classic with wins over Tennessee, Kentucky and Mississippi ... selected to 2003 SEC Academic Honor Roll.

Prep: Ranked in the top five nationally in Girls 18s ... 2000 KSwiss National Indoors Champion ... 1999 National Indoors Champion ... 1998 Girls 16s national runner-up ... did not lose a match during her entire high school career ... four-time member of the Washington Post All-Met team ... won her high school’s highest honor for seniors, the Flint Hill Medal ... Flint Hill’s Female Athlete of the Year in 2000-01 ... an editor of both the yearbook and newspaper in high school.


Personal: Born September 17, 1982 ... daughter of Jim & Muffet Blaszak ... has an older sister, Meghan, who is a law student at Virginia ... related to PGA touring pro Ted Tryba ... majoring in history.