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  Keri Robison
School: Northwestern University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Decatur, Ill.
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Keystone National
Height: 5-4
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Dominant Hand: Right
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Singles Record: 0-0
Doubles Record: 0-0
Keri Robison transfered to Northwestern following her freshman season at Florida.

2008-09: Put together her finest season as a Wildcat, going a career-best 31-8 overall in singles while anchoring the sixth spot in the lineup (22-3 dual record, 8-0 Big Ten) ... Qualified for the NCAA Doubles Championships with partner Maria Mosolova--the first postseason individual selection of her career--and finished the season ranked No. 34 nationally in doubles ... Duo posted a 25-5 overall record (22-3 in duals at the No. 2 spot and 10-0 in the Big Ten) ... Led the team in doubles victories (39) ... Won 18 of her last 19 singles matches, including 11 in a row to end the year ... Enjoyed a stretch where she won four consecutive sets and five out of seven sets by a 6-0 score ... Did not surrender more than one game in a set for a run of 12 out of 13 sets (3/27-4/25) ... In NCAA quarterfinals against California, lost the first set 6-0 to Stephany Chang before rallying to take the next two, 6-2, 6-1 ... Won 16 straight doubles matches from 3/4 to 5/9 ... Only Wildcat to finish and win all four singles matches in the NCAA Championships ... Big Ten Player of the Week for 3/17 ... Named to the all-tournament team for doubles following NU's title at the ITA National Indoor Team Championship ... Notched a 6-5 fall singles record ... Won a title in Flight Seven of the Desert in the Duals, defeating Laurieanne Henry of Clemson in the finals, 6-3, 6-1 ... Earned two victories in the Wildcat Fall Invitational ... Won the Flight Two doubles title at the Furman Invitational with Samantha Murray ... Played with Stacey Lee in the Wildcat Fall Invitational, winning two matches.

2007-08: Split doubles time with five different partners, going 10-3 overall this season, including 1-0 in duals ... Went 3-0 with partner Maria Mosolova ... Competed and won in three sets at No. 6 singles against Ohio State on 4/5 ... Went 2-1 overall in singles this year ... During the fall season, won her first three doubles matches to collect five wins and only two losses ... Reached the quarterfinals of the Midwest Regional Championships with Nazlie Ghazal ... Teamed up with Alexis Conill to get to finals of the Duals in the Desert ... Compiled a 1-1 record in singles ... Beat Samantha Eppelsheimer of Clemson at the Duals in the Desert. 2006-07: Won two doubles matches with Lauren Lui at Big Ten Championship ... Pair compiled 17-3 overall record, going 14-2 in duals and 9-0 in Big Ten play ... The duo posted a stretch of eight-straight victories from 2/23 to 4/8 ... 5-3 record at No. 5 singles ... Advanced to the doubles championship of the National Collegiate Tennis Classic with Nazlie Ghazal... Compiled a 7-2 doubles record with Ghazal ... In the fall, went 8-1 in singles ... Posted 4-0 record in singles at Wildcat Invitational and 3-1 doubles record with partner Lauren Lui ... Advanced to round of 16 in doubles at ITA Midwest Regional Championships with partner Suzie Matzenauer. 2005-06 (at Florida): Second Team All-SEC ... SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll ... 6-0 in dual matches (1-0 at No. 5 and 5-0 at No. 6), with the first five being SEC regular-season matches ... Collected a 6-1, 6-1 win versus Samford's Bethany Benson (May 12) in the NCAA first round to give UF its first singles win of the Championships ... Both SEC Tournament matches were abandoned ... Led her SEC Tournament quarterfinal match versus USC's Justine Walsh (April 21) 7-5, 5-2 when play was abandoned ... Posted an impressive 6-2, 6-2 over LSU's Camila Caliari at the No. 5 position in her collegiate singles debut ... Four of her five wins have been in straight sets ... 1-0 in clinching dual matches (Auburn) ... 1-0 in three-set matches this spring ... Final ITA South Region Ranking: 15 (with Nina Suvak) ... Season-high National Ranking: 53 (April 4 with Nina Suvak) ... Paired with senior Alexis Gordon at the No. 3 position for the first four dual matches (3-1 record), but played with Nina Suvak at the No. 3 spot in every dual match since (15-4 record) ... Ended her rookie season with an 8-2 loss to Stanford's Lejla Hodzic and Jessica Nguyen in the NCAA Team Semifinal round ... Earned a well-played 8-5 win over UCLA's Ashley Joelson and Tracy Llin the quarterfinals of the NCAAs ... Provided the cliching point in the SEC Tournament final with an 8-2 win over Kentucky's Danielle Petrisko and Carolina Winebrenner, avenging the regular season loss to the Wildcat pair ... Lost just seven points versus Tennessee's Samantha Orlin and Hayley Prendergast in the 8-0 SEC Tournament semifinal win ... Impressive debut in the SEC Tournament, netting an 8-2 win in the quarterfinal round versus South Carolina's Megan McGavock & Justine Walsh ... 3-1 with Suvak in clinching doubles-point matches (Alabama, Vanderbilt, South Carolina & Kentucky-SEC Final). Fall 2005 (at Florida): Did not compete for medical reasons. High School: Trained at the Hinsdale Racquet Club for three years ... Coached by Jack Sharpe ... Ranked eighth in the USTA Girls' 18 in 2004 ... Reached as high as a No. 1 ranking in the Middle Illinois Girls' 18 ... Made four appearances at the Easter Bowl and the Eddie Herr Tournament ... Played in the Junior Orange Bowl ... Was the doubles winner of the Chanda Rubin Tournament in Evert, Fla., in November 2004 ... Was the singles winner of the USTA National Open in February 2004 and followed with a singles win at the St. Louis Junior Championships in July 2004 ... Has won eight singles tournaments and six doubles tournaments since 1999, including the K-Swiss Invitational and the USTA Super National Hard Court Championships. Personal: Born Keri Patricia Robison on 3/10/1987 ... Daughter of Kelly and Dave Robison ... Majoring in Psychology.