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  Amanda Johnson
School: Duke University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Bettendorf, Iowa
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High School: Bettendorf
Height: 5-7
Birth Date: Thursday, November 26, 1981
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Major: Public Policy
Singles Record: 121-37
Doubles Record: 117-40

Owns a 91-21 singles mark in three years of action ... in dual match singles, has a 68-10 record ... a three-time All-America & All-ACC selection ... had one of the most successful freshman seasons in Duke’s history in 2000-01.

2002-03: Named ITA All-America in both singles and doubles for the first time in her career ... collected a 28-9 singles mark and 27-11 doubles record ... ranked in the top 30 nationally in singles for the entire season, while being as high as 15 ... earned All-ACC accolades ... teamed with Julie DeRoo in doubles and earned as high as a No. 2 national ranking ... went 7-1 in ACC singles action and now owns a 22-1 career singles mark ... advanced to the final 16 of the NCAA Individual competition before losing to top-ranked Villmarie Castellvi of Tennessee (2-6, 1-6) ... had 14 victories against ranked opponents and two victories against top-10 rated players ... selected ACC Player of the Week on Feb. 10 ... registered an 11-match win streak during the season ... in singles action, played at the No. 1 (1-2) and No. 2 positions (20-4) ... advanced to the final eight of the Riviera All-America and finals of the adidas Invitational in singles.

2001-02: Earned All-America and All-ACC accolades for the second consecutive year ... turned in a 25-8 singles and 25-8 doubles mark as a sophomore ... came down with mononucleosis prior to the ACC Championship against North Carolina and did not play singles the rest of the season ... had 16 victories against ranked singles opponents along with a 21-3 dual match record ... played at the No. 1 (1-0) and No. 2 (20-3) positions ... ranked as high as ninth by the ITA and finished the season tied 20th ... went 7-0 in ACC action to improve her career ACC record to 15-0 ... in doubles, ranked in the early season as high as 30th with Susie Abromeit and then teamed with Julie DeRoo to rank as high as 25th by the ITA, but finished 35th ... DeRoo/Johnson were invited to play in the NCAA Doubles Tournament but did not play due to Johnson’s illness ... the duo posted a 15-2 dual match record, which included a victory over NCAA runner-up Bradley/Fisher ... the tandem also collected an 8-0 ACC mark on the season.

2000-01: As a freshman was selected All-America after notching a 38-5 overall singles record ... her 38 victories was the 10th-best single season mark in school history ... she saw action at the No. 2 (12-1) and No. 3 (14-0) positions ... finished the season ranked 15th nationally in singles ... was a perfect 8-0 in ACC action, while earning All-ACC honors ... posted a very impressive 26-1 dual match record as she didn’t lose a regular season dual match ... collected 11 wins against ranked opponents ... started the season ranked 89th and during the season was ranked as high as 10th, while finished 15th at the end of the season ... advanced to the first round of the main draw of the Riviera All-American ... did not lose a match in the Southeast Regional Championship as she advanced to the finals with a 6-4, 6-4 victory over then 31st-ranked Janet Bergman of Wake Forest ... collected dual match ranked wins against Vanderbilt, Texas, Wake Forest, North Carolina, Florida and Pepperdine ... advanced to the NCAA Individual competition, but fell in the first round to 46th-ranked Lindsay Dawaf of Florida (1-6, 1-6) ... recorded a 32-13 doubles record teaming with Hillary Adams (5-4, 1-0 ACC) and Megan Miller (27-9, 4-3 ACC) ... the duo of Miller/Johnson were ranked all season and even went as high as third, but finished 12 ... the team posted ranked wins against UC Irvine, Notre Dame, Texas A&M, Stanford, Ohio State, Tennessee, Florida State and Vanderbilt ... the duo advanced to the second round of the NCAA Individual competition.

Prep: Played her high school tennis at Bettendorf H.S., while also attending Bradenton Academy and Bollettieri Sports Academy from 1997-99 ... recorded a World Professional tennis singles ranking of No. 460 by the Women’s Tennis Association and ranked No. 580 in doubles ... won the Professional Title, Doubles Championship, WTA Satellite at Evansville, Ind. in July ‘99 ... received the USTA Girls 18’s National Singles Ranking of No. 6 on Dec. 31, 1999 ... placed sixth in singles at the National East Bowl Tournament (Girls 18’s) in April, ‘99 ... was the Women’s Masters Championship winner at the Nick Bollettieri Academy in Bradenton, Fla. in July of ‘99 ... turned in a fifth-place finish in the USTA National Indoors singles Girls 16’s (Nov. ‘97) ... received the Angela Maria Lopera Sportsmanship Award from the Bollettieri Academy in Oct. ‘97 ... notched a fourth-place finish in the USTA Girls 16’s Doubles National Hardcourts in Aug. of ‘97.

Personal: Born November 26, 1981 ... daughter of Gordon & Sue Ellen Johnson ... member of the National Honor Society, including vice-president in 1998-99 ... selected Who’s Who Among American High School Students.