Username   Password   
Forgot  |  Register | FAQ
Jamie Peisel's Profile
0 fan.
  Jamie Peisel
School: Northwestern University
Year: Junior
Home Town: Savannah, Ga.
Home State:
Home Country:
High School: Savannah Country Day
Height: 5-8
Birth Date:
Dominant Hand:
Major: undeclared
Singles Record: 95-53
Doubles Record: 95-43

Fall 2004: Compiled 9-5 singles record ... Won second flight of Wildcat Invitational for second-consecutive year, going perfect 4-0 ... Went 2-1 at Milwaukee Tennis Classic ... Finished 12-5 in doubles action.

2003-04: Carried a 26-11 record, including 20-6 in duals and 11-0 in the Big Ten ... Went 1-0 in singles and 2-0 in doubles at the Big Ten Championship ... Was 1-0 in singles and 0-1 in doubles at NCAA Regional Championship ... Has 15-match winning streak at the No. 4 position ... Posted a 25-11 doubles record, including 19-7 in duals and 10-2 in the Big Ten ... Played all dual doubles matches with Alexis Prousis at No. 2 ... Won the second back draw in the first flight of the Wildcat Invitational ... With Prousis, posted a 5-2 record and won the Purple Flight at the Wildcat Invitational.

2002-03: Finished 34-9 overall, second-highest on team in wins ... Notched 9-2 Big Ten record, including 1-0 at Big Ten Championship ... Had two seven-match winning streaks ... All-Big Ten selection ... Finished the fall season with a 13-3 record ... Went 13-14 in doubles, including 8-7 with Kristi Roemer at No. 3 ... Had a 15-3 fall record ... Runner-up at the Wildcat Invitational in the White Flight ... Earned ITA Midwest Region fall ranking of No. 5.

High School: Undefeated at No. 1 singles ... Savannah Morning News Coastal Empire Player of the Year in 2001 and 2002 ... Four-year letterwinner in tennis and earned one letter in cross country ... Savannah Country Day's No. 1 cross country runner ... Region champion in cross country ... Team MVP in both tennis and cross country in 2002 ... National Honor Society member.

Personal: Born Jamie Lynn Peisel on 2/26/85 ... Daughter of Jim and Ann Peisel ... Chose Northwestern over Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina ... Major is undeclared.