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  Caitlin Loprinzi
School: Iowa State University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Rochester, Minn.
Home State: Minnesota
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Height: 5-1
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Major: biology
Singles Record: 25-50
Doubles Record: 11-50
Awards and Honors Academic All-Big 12 First Team (‘06, ‘07) Big 12 Comissioner’s Honor Roll (six semesters) Iowa State Scholar-Athlete (six semesters) ITA Scholar-Athlete (‘05, ‘06, ‘07) Sharon Mathes Mental Toughness Award (2007) Persistence Award (‘05, 06) Super Cyclone Spirit Award (2005) Hardest Worker Award (2005) 2006-07 (Junior): Won four of six matches in February at the No. 3 singles slot ... finished 6-13 overall ... teamed with Jill Palen at No. 2 doubles spot ... won six of their first eight matches ... finished 6-14 overall. 2005-06 (Sophomore): Saw action at No. 3, No. 4, No. 5 and No. 6 singles, going 3-4 ... went 3-0 in March ... defeated Big 12 opponents from Colorado and Texas Tech ... partnered with Chrissy Derouin in the No. 3 doubles spot ... the duo defeated Vanessa Heute and Ellinor Zugner of Nebraska in the Big 12 Championship. 2004-05 (Freshman): Saw action at No. 2 and No. 4 singles in the spring ... finished with six singles wins (6-14) ... partnered with Jill Palen and Charlotte Ljungkrantz in the No. 1 and No. 3 spots to finish with a 7-13 combined record. Before ISU: Described by the International Tennis Hall of Fame as one of the hardest working athletes ever seen in the USTA Northern section ... five-time All-Big Nine Conference Player ... 2003 Minnesota Class AA singles champion ... six-time Minnesota state tournament participant ... named all-state as a senior ... recipient of all-state academic honors her senior year ... ranked No. 1 in the USTA Northern section’s 18-and-under age group ... compiled a 119-10 career singles record ... played at No. 1 singles as a freshman ... six-time varsity letterwinner ... two-time squad captain ... coached by Dave Edwards and tennis pro Brent Freuh ... National Honor Society and Key Club member ... recipient of the International Tennis Hall of Fame’s 2002 Bill Talbert Junior Sportsmanship Award, given to only four junior players nationwide. Personal: Born May 19, 1986 ... daughter of Charles and Margie Loprinzi ... has a brother, Philip (18), and a sister, Chelsea (15) ... biology major.