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  Natalie Briaud
School: Rice University
Year: Senior
Home Town: College Station, TX
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High School: A&M Consolidated
Height: 5-6
Birth Date: Thursday, February 28, 1980
Dominant Hand:
Singles Record: 11-22
Doubles Record: 17-9

Rice - Fall 2001: Held back by injury, was only able to participate in the Harvard Invitational in the fall where she took some tough losses.

2000-01: Ended the season with an overall singles record of 14-22... 8-12 in the No. 3 spot... In tournament play, recorded a pair of victories in Flight B of both the Wake Forest Invitational and the Yellow Jacket Invitational... Paired with Karen Chao to record a 6-5 dual match record.

1999-00: Had a strong spring, going 12-6 in dual match play – 11-4 in the No. 6 spot... Was 15-12 overall in doubles play... Teamed with Jeri Gonzales to go 11-7 in dual matches – 7-3 in the No. 3 spot... Compiled a 5-5 tournament singles record during the fall... Won three out of four matches in the Flight C division at the Rice Tennis Classic... Advanced to the title round of Flight B doubles at the Rice Tennis Classic with Gonzales before succumbing to Kansas’ Sekulov and Wagenaar in a marathon 9-8 match.

1998-99: Completed her first season at Rice with a 17-16 overall singles record... Came out strong in the spring dual match season with a record of 12-8... Turned in an impressive performance at the Rice Tennis Classic, where she won three out of four matches in her collegiate debut... Defeated Texas A&M’s Big 12 Champion at the No. 6 position, Eva Marcial, in singles and then paired up with Charlotte Feasby to beat Marcial/Scott at No. 2 doubles and lead the Owls to a 6-3 upset victory over the Aggies... Recovered from a first-set loss to defeat Shari Smith of BYU 1-6, 6-2, 7-5 and propel the 53rd-ranked Owls’ upset victory over the 36th-ranked Cougars.

High School: 1998 graduate of A&M Consolidated in College Station... Four-year starter and letterwinner for coach Mike Mills and the Tigers... Two-time qualifier for the state tournament, advancing to the semifinals as a senior... Played the No. 1 spot for two years... Also a four-year starter and letterwinner in soccer, where she was named first-team all-district as a senior and was a four-year all-district nominee... Finished high school ranked third in her class... Member of the National Honor Society, the French Honor Society, and the Spanish Honor Society... Also visited LSU, Texas A&M and Virginia Tech before deciding on Rice.