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  Stacey Tan
School: Stanford
Year: graduated
Home Town: Lakewood
Home State:
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Lakewood
Height: 5-5
Weight: 0 lbs.
Birth Date: Thursday, February 18, 2010
Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 24-5
Doubles Record: 25-3
2011-12: All-Pac-12 Second Team selection ... earned a final No. 28 national singles ranking ... participated in the NCAA Singles Championship as an at-large selection, falling in the first round ... finished 25-8 overall and 16-3 in duals ... competed mainly at the No. 3 spot, chalking up a 15-3 record ... provided the clincher in a team-best eight matches ... 8-6 against nationally-ranked opponents ... 9-5 in tournament matches ... 8-1 against conference opponents ... 2-3 in three-set matches ... won eight of her final 10 contests to close out the year ... advanced to semifinals of Pac-12 Championships ... reached quarterfinals of the ITA Northwest Regional Championships and Freeman Memorial Invitational Championships ... highest-ranked victory came against No. 4 Joanna Mather of Florida in a 7-6, 6-3 victory at the No. 3 position to clinch the match ... in doubles, was 24-5 overall ... playing primarily with Ellen Tsay as Stanford's No. 2 team, the duo was 23-3 overall, 18-1 in duals and earned a final No. 30 national ranking ... competed in NCAA Doubles Championship with Tsay, dropping a first-round match ... the duo won 15 consecutive matches from Feb. 1-April 14 ... playing together for the first time, Tan and Tsay captured title at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships.

2010-11: All-American in singles ... nearly completed an improbable singles run at the NCAA Championships, falling 6-0, 7-6 (2) to top-ranked and top-seeded Jana Juricova in the national title match ... became only the 10th unseeded player to appear in an NCAA singles final ... entered the NCAA singles final ranked No. 43 nationally, becoming the lowest-ranked player to reach the championship match since 1998, when No. 51 Ania Bleszynski of Stanford lost to Duke's Vanessa Webb 6-3, 6-4 ... earned a final national singles ranking of No. 19 ... closed out the year 32-10 overall ... 20-3 in duals, playing mainly at the No. 5 spot with a 16-1 record in that position ... 13-3 against nationally-ranked opponents ... 12-7 in tournament matches ... 11-2 in three-set matches ... won career-best 13 consecutive contests from Feb. 10-April 9 ... contributed three victories in NCAA Tournament team play, including a three-set victory over Florida's Joanna Mather at the No. 4 spot in the national championship match ... reached semifinals of the ITA Northwest Regional Championships ... advanced to semifinals of the Pac-10 Championships ... earned a final No. 82 national ranking in doubles with Carolyn McVeigh, as the duo finished 15-7 overall and 13-5 in duals and anchored Stanford's No. 3 spot.

2009-10: Tallied a 30-9 overall record and was 18-6 in dual matches ... played mainly at the No. 4 spot, chalking up a 13-1 mark ... 11-6 against Pac-10 opponents ... 3-7 against nationally-ranked foes ... 11-3 in home matches ... 12-2 on neutral courts ... 6-4 in three-set matches ... finished season with a national singles ranking of No. 69 ... won a season-best eight matches from Jan. 15-Feb. 5 ... contributed a singles victory in the national championship match, defeating No. 102 Anastasia Revzina of Florida 6-2, 6-2 at the No. 4 spot ... highest-ranked victory came against No. 25 Sanaz Marand of North Carolina in the form of a 2-6, 6-3, 6-1 triumph at the Freeman Memorial Championships ... at that same tournament, captured the singles title with five straight wins ... advanced to the quarterfinals of the Pac-10 Championships ... ranked No. 68 nationally in doubles, teaming with Mallory Burdette to finish 28-9 overall and 20-6 in duals as Stanford's No. 2 team ... the duo was 12-4 against Pac-10 opponents and 14-2 in home matches ... captured the doubles crown at the Freeman Memorial Championships, defeating No. 6 Sophie Grabinski and Sanaz Marand of North Carolina 8-6 ... Tan and Burdette won 13 straight matches from Feb. 11-Apr. 8.

Prior to Stanford: Four-year letterwinner at Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Calif. ... four-time MVP and high school All-American ... led team to semifinal appearance in the CIF Southern Section ... Moore League singles and doubles champion ... CIF Southern Section finalist ... played on pro circuit as an amateur before attending college, defeating former top-10 player Nicole Vaidisova at the 2009 Bank of the West Classic.

Personal: Born in Lakewood, Calif. ... parents are SyLac and Dorothy ... has one brother, Sean, and two sisters, Suzy and Sidney ... brother, Sean, plays tennis at Notre Dame ... hobbies include spending time with family and friends, photography, music, ice skating and playing video games.