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  Edna Vazquez
School: Iowa State University
Year: Senior
Home Town: San Juan
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High School: Academia San Jose
Height: 5-4
Birth Date: Wednesday, August 20, 1980
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Major: construction engineering
Singles Record: 8-27
Doubles Record: 12-24
  • 1999-2000 First-team Academic All-Big 12
  • Most single-season doubles wins in Iowa State history
  • 1998-99 First-team Academic All-Big 12
  • 1998-99 Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll

    Junior (2000-01): Team captain ... picked up two wins (2-1) during the fall tournament matches, including a win over conference foe Missouri ... saw action in the No. 1 and No. 2 slots for the Cyclones ... assembled five wins overall (5-15) ... defeated Annette Bryntesson of Oklahoma during conference play ... partnered with Courtney Leese to fill the No. 2 doubles spot ... went 3-2 during fall tournment play ... finished the season 11-12 overall with a 4-7 conference record ... selected to represent her native Puerto Rico in the 2001 Federation Cup tournament.

    Sophomore (1999-2000): Set an ISU record for most doubles wins, after going 21-6 in the No. 3 spot with Courtney Leese ... compiled eight singles wins (8-15), primarily at No. 2 and No. 3 ... named first-team academic all-Big 12 for the second-consecutive year ... shared team award for best attitude ... received “Best Doubles Win Award” with doubles partner Leese ... co-recipient of the Sharon Mathes Mental Toughness Award ... participated on her native Puerto Rico’s Federation Cup team in the summer of 2000.

    Freshman (1998-99): Recorded nine singles victories (9-24), playing primarily at No. 3 ... finished with five victories (5-13) at No. 2 doubles with Kendra Leese ... went 3-5 at No. 1 doubles and in tournaments with Andrean Simons ... went 2-1 in tournament doubles play with Noortje Cornelissen ... named to the academic all-conference first team and Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... competed on 1999 ITA Collegiate Summer Circuit.

    Before ISU: Member of Puerto Rico’s Federation Cup team, placing first in 1998 ... took first place in singles at the 1997 Pacific Coast Junior National championship ... three-time USTA sectional champion ... girls’ high school singles champion three years in a row ... received President’s award for outstanding academic achievement ... recipient of the Monsenor Felix Rios Award.

    Personal: Born Aug. 20, 1980 ... daughter of Alberto Vazquez and Edna Jimenez ... sister, Melyssa (15) ... majoring in construction engineering.