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  Katie Rybakova
School: Florida State University
Year: graduated
Home Town: Coral Springs, Fla.
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Broward Virtual Education
Height: 5-7
Birth Date: Wednesday, December 27, 1989
Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 57-30
Doubles Record: 29-35
Freshman Year (2007-08): Moved right into the top position on the FSU squad in her first season with much success. • Invited to the 2008 NCAA Singles Tournament in May 2008. • Named to the 2008 All-ACC team. • Began the season ranked #16 in the country and moved as high as No. 24 during the regular season. Singles: • Posted an impressive 18-7 dual match record playing mostly in the Seminoles’ number one slot and 28-12 (10-2 fall and 18-10 spring) overall record. • Went 2-1 against Top 15 opponents with a pair of huge victories over Duke’s No. 14 Ellah Nze and Georgia Tech’s No. 4 Amanda McDowell. • Recorded an 8-6 record in the number one spot and a 10-1 record in the number two spot for the Seminoles. • Defeated Duke’s Tara Iyer 6-4, 6-3 in the third round of the ACC Tournament. • Also defeated four players in fall play who went on to earn Top 30 rankings: o Whitney McCray (Georgia Tech) o Whitney Benick (Florida) o Laura Vallverdu (Miami) o Kirsten Flower (Georgia Tech) • Was invited to the FILA/ITA Riviera All-American Tournament during fall play. • Advanced to the finals of the ITA South Regionals where she took Georgia Tech senior Kristi Miller to a third-set tiebreaker to determine the final outcome. Doubles: • Combined with junior Ania Rynarzewska to reach No. 33 in the doubles rankings after defeating Duke’s No. 3 tandems of Melissa Mang and Amanda Granson in an 8-6 upset. • Defeated Miami’s Eichkorn/Seenauth duo 8-1 with senior Carolin Walter to help the Seminoles upset No. 10 Miami 5-2. • Finished the season with a 17-16 (7-3 fall and 10-13 spring) overall mark in doubles playing mostly on court one during her dual-matches. High School and Other Accomplishments: • Ranked No. 6 in Florida's under-18 girl’s category. • Made the final round at the 2006 ITF Costa Rica Bowl. • Fought her way to the quarterfinals twice in 2006 on the Jerry Simmons ITF Junior Circuit. • Won ITF junior circuit singles competitions in both Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago. • Came out on top in doubles as well, winning ITF-sponsored tournaments in the Bahamas and Costa Rica in 2005. • Graduated valedictorian in 2007 with a 4.0 GPA. Personal: • Born Dec. 27, 1989. • Daughter of Nick and Galina Rybakova. • Born in Moscow, moved to New York at age one. • First name is Ekaterina. • Speaks fluent Russian. • Majoring in English education.