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  Brittany Wowchuk
School: Northwestern University
Year: graduated
Home Town: Toronto
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Home Country: Canada
High School: Oakville Trafalgar
Height: 5-4
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Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Undecided
Singles Record: 0-0
Doubles Record: 0-0
2011-12:Honored as a second-team All-Big Ten selection for the second consecutive season ... Came from behind to beat Notre Dame's Britney Sanders in the second round of the NCAA Championship (5/12) ... Defeated Ohio State with teammate Nida Hamilton for the duo's seventh straight doubles win (4/27) ... Teamed with Nida Hamilton to improve doubles record to 4-0 with wins over Penn State and Ohio State (4/14-15) ... Clinched the team's victory at No. 15 Michigan with a win in singles play over Sarah Lee (4/8) ... Secured a come-from-behind win at No. 18 Notre Dame with three-set win against Jennifer Kellner (4/4) ... Remained undefeated at the No. 3 spot on the season, improving her record to 5-0 with wins over Doron Muravnik of Minnesota (3/30) and Hannah Berner of Wisconsin (4/1)...Won for the 50th time in her career in singles play with a triumph over Iowa's Shelby Talcott (3/24) ... Went 2-0 on the weekend at the ITA National Team Indoor Championships ... Defeated Virginia's No. 30 Lindsey Hardenbergh (2/10) and Tennessee's No. 27 Brynn Boren (2/12) ... Moved to 3-0 in singles play with a win at No. 3 against Nebraska's Madeleine Geibert, 6-1, 6-3 (1/29) ... Won first doubles match of the season with Veronica Corning at No. 2 against Dartmouth, 8-2 (1/28) ... Helped Northwestern defeat No. 15 Vanderbilt with a win at No. 3 singles over Marie Casares, 6-3, 6-2 ... Ranked No. 86 in the ITA singles poll to start the spring ... Finsished as runner-up in the main singles draw at the ITA Midwest Regional Championships ... Defeated the draw's top seed, Kristy Frilling of Notre Dame in the quarterfinals ... One of three Wildcats to reach the quarterfinals and one of two to reach the semifinals of that event.

2010-11: Second-team All-Big Ten selection ... Finished with a 21-12 overall singles record and an 11-8 dual mark after missing nearly six weeks in the middle of the season with an injury ... Played primarily on the No. 2 singles line ... Ranked No. 84 in the final Campbell's/ITA College Tennis singles rankings ... Picked up a win over fourth-ranked Reka Zsilinska of Duke, 6-1, 4-6, 6-3, in dual action (2/6) ... Earned her first Big Ten Player of the Week honor for her win against the Blue Devils ... Also a starter at No. 2 doubles alongside Elena Chernyakova, with the two winning 15 of 17 matches they played together ... Wins over ranked doubles opponents from Minnesota and Duke.

2009-10: Spent much of the season playing No. 5 singles and No. 2 doubles ... Won two singles matches in helping NU repeat as ITA National Indoor Team champions ...Ranked No. 41 in doubles with Maria Mosolova in the preseason Campbell's/ITA College Tennis poll ... Won her first two matches at the ITA All-American Championships in the prequalifying bracket ... 1-1 in singles and 2-1 in doubles at the ITA Midwest Regional Championships ... Posted an overall singles record of 15-9 (5-3 dual, 1-1 Big Ten) and a 9-8 mark in doubles.

High School: No. 1-ranked juniors player in Canada with seven national juniors championships ... Finalist in U-16 Orange Bowl ... Career-high ITF ranking of 254 ... Gold-medalist in 2008 OFSAA competition.