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  Lyndsay Shosho
School: Georgia Tech
Year: Senior
Home Town: East Amherst, N.Y.
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High School: Williamsville East
Height: 5-7
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Birth Date: Saturday, December 03, 1983
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Management
Singles Record: 84-56
Doubles Record: 83-59

General Info: One of three seniors on the 2005-06 squad • Has established herself as one of the hardest workers on the roster • Named to the all-ACC team in 2004 • One of the most versatile players on the team, as she has played in every singles and doubles position in the lineup • Became just the second player in Tech history to participate in the NCAA Individual Championships when she did so in 2004 • One of the top singles players in Tech history, as she stands 10th with a career winning percentage of .583 (56-40) • Is a three-time member of the ACC Honor Roll.

 

2004-05:  Along with Alison Silverio, her 19 dual-match victories in singles play tied her for fifth in the Tech annals and was the most since Bobbi Guthrie won 19 dual-matches in 1998 •  Recorded 27 overall singles wins, which placed her tied for sixth with Charlotte Pernet in the Tech single-season victories list • Was a perfect 5-0 in three-set matches, including a 2-6, 6-2, 6-3 win over Texas’ Courtney Zauft in the NCAA Sweet 16 • Won the clinching match in nine of the Yellow Jackets’ 21 victories during the year, including winning the deciding match in Tech’s 4-3 wins over Alabama, Clemson and Wake Forest during the regular season • Also clinched the match for the Jackets in Tech’s first two ACC Tournament matches, including a three-set victory over North Carolina’s Caitlin Collins in the semifinals, 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 • Posted a stellar 9-1 record against ACC opponents, with eight of her nine victories coming in straight sets • Went 16-4 at the No. 5 singles position, and won one match at each of the Nos. 3, 4, and 6 positions • Ranked 46th in the nation in singles during the preseason, and ranked as high as 58th with Kelly Anderson in doubles during the spring • Had 18 overall doubles wins on the season, including 12 with Anderson, while her top doubles victory came by teaming with Dasha Potapova against No. 24 Jenna Long and Sara Anundsen of UNC, 8-6 • Also recorded a victory over No. 44 Cynthya Goulet and Emily Wang of Illinois while teaming with Anderson in the ITA All-American Qualifier • Played 21 dual matches at the No. 2 doubles position while going 2-2 in the top slot, teaming with Anderson.

 

2003-04:  Climbed to the top of the singles lineup after competing primarily in the Nos. 5-6 positions the prior season • Earned nine singles victories in 22 dual matches in the No. 1 singles slot and concluded the year with a bid to the NCAA Individual Championships • Finished 68th in the nation in singles and climbed as high as 32nd in doubles play with Kelly Anderson • Top win of the year came in straight sets against No. 4 Agata Cioroch of Georgia, 6-4, 6-1 • Also had wins against No. 10 Karin Coetzee from Wake Forest and Ohio State’s 57th-ranked Lindsay Williams • Posted an overall doubles record of 17-15, teaming primarily with senior Maria Nieto • The duo led the Jackets with an 11-8 mark in dual matches including four against ACC opponents • Top doubles victory came against No. 47 Virginia Tomatis and Florencia Basile of Mississippi, 8-4.

 

2002-03: Became a solid contributor for the Yellow Jackets in the spring after battling injuries early in the year • Played primarily at the Nos. 5 and 6 positions in the lineup, competing at No. 5 late in the dual-match season • Held a 7-4 record on the year in that spot and was also 4-1 when playing sixth in the singles lineup • Competed in the No. 3 spot twice during the season, posting a 1-1 record • Was a perfect 3-0 in tie-breaker matches and 2-1 in three-set matches • Recorded a victory at No. 3 singles over Middle Tennessee State’s Carien Venter in straight sets by a 6-3, 6-4 score • Helped lead the Jackets to a win over Florida State with a 6-3, 6-1 win over Alina Mihailescu • Began the dual-match season with a 9-2 singles and a 10-2 doubles record • Teamed with Mysti Morris in doubles for much of the spring, as the duo moved into the No. 2 spot in the lineup and held an 8-4 record on the season as a team • Was 4-3 in singles and 3-3 in doubles play in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

 

High School/Junior Tennis: Lettered for five years at Williamsville East High under coach Dave Enders • Competed primarily at No. 1 singles in the lineup, serving as team captain during her senior year • Garnered high school All-America honors in 2001 • Captured four sectional singles titles at Williamsville, while also finishing second in the state tennis tournament on two occasions • Recorded a perfect record in five years of high school tennis league play • A solid student, she was a member of the National Honor Society and was a peer educator • Was also a member of the school wind ensemble.

 

Personal: Full name is Lyndsay Ann Shosho • Born December 3, 1983 • Daughter of Nicholas and Christie Shosho • Has an older brother Nicky and an older sister Kim • Father played college basketball • Enjoys watching athletic events, listening to music, and doing Pilates in her spare time • Member of the 2003, ’04 and ‘05 ACC Honor Roll as a Dean’s List student majoring in management at Tech • Helped the Georgia Tech Women’s Tennis team earn ITA All-Academic Team honors in 2004 and ’05 and was named all-ACC in 2004.