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  Lindsay Deason
School: Florida State University
Year: Junior
Home Town: St. Petersburg, FL
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High School: Boca Raton Prep
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Singles Record: 27-28
Doubles Record: 39-20

Sophomore Year (2003-04): Started in the middle of the lineup for the Seminoles, posting a 14-8 record in singles…clinched the match victory against Marshall during the NCAA Women’s Tennis Tournament, winning the third set tiebreaker against Joelle Good, 6-0, 3-6, 6-2...the win against Good helped FSU win its first tournament match since 2000 and only the team’s second in school history...started her intercollegiate career with six straight singles wins and five consecutive doubles victories…picked up two victories against ranked opponents including No. 38 Wake Forest and No. 21 Clemson…finished fourth on the team in singles wins with 13…provided a solid starter at the number two doubles position, pairing with senior Anca Dumitrescu to lead all Seminoles double teams with 15 victories…led all Tribe members (individually) with 16 doubles victories...saw action at all three doubles positions, playing the majority out of the number two seed…key doubles victory came when the pair picked up the first win of the day at the number two position, besting No. 9 UNC’s Kendrick Bunn and Caitlin Collins by a score 8-5, en route to the Seminoles’ upset victory…picked up a win with Amber Tantee against UAB at the number two position.

High School and Other Accomplishments: Made it to the state semifinals twice in singles action and the state finals with team while playing in Texas…saw action in the state doubles finals in Florida…won girls 16U national’s doubles…finalist girls 12 National Clay Courts.

Personal: Born July 28, 1982…major is psychology… member of the Florida State Student-Athlete Advisory Council...daughter of Linda and Charlie…brother Dax played tennis for Emory…siblings include Cecille Deason and Stephanie Stanford...transfer from University of Southern California.