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  Kristie Ahn
School: Stanford
Year: Senior
Home Town: Upper Saddle RIver
Home State: New Jersey
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: THe Professional Childrens School
Height: 5-5
Birth Date:
Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 22-3
Doubles Record: 20-6
2012-13: All-American in singles and doubles ... NCAA All-Tournament Team selection (No. 2 singles) ... All-Pac-12 Second Team selection ... earned final No. 19 national ranking ... 30-7 overall and 22-3 in duals, playing the majority of her matches at the No. 2 spot (17-3) ... 13-6 against nationally-ranked opponents ... 9-1 against conference foes ... 8-4 in tournament matches ... 3-3 in three-set matches ... provided the clinching point in three matches, most notably Stanford's 4-3 victory over Texas A&M (May 21) in the national championship ... successful return to the court after missing all but three matches last season due to injury and having her freshman year cut short in the postseason ... won season-high nine in a row during month of April ... reached quarterfinals of ITA Northwest Regional Championships ... advanced to semifinals of Pac-12 Championships ... in doubles, paired with Nicole Gibbs as Stanford's No. 1 team to compile an 18-6 record (18-5 in duals) ... participated in the NCAA doubles competition, falling in the first round ... duo finished ranked No. 8 nationally ... team captain.

2011-12: Produced a 2-1 record, playing in only three dual matches ... missed essentially the entire season while battling injuries ... returned from a two-month layoff to participate in Stanford's NCAA Championships quarterfinal match against USC on May 19, competing at No. 3 doubles and nearly pulling off a three-set win at No. 4 singles before her match was abandoned ... in her season debut, edged Alex Cercone 2-6, 7-5, 1-0 in Stanford's 5-2 victory over top-ranked Florida on Feb. 12 ... defeated Anna Chkhikvishvilli of Saint Mary's 6-3, 6-4 on Feb. 21 for her second win of the year ... teamed with Veronica Li in doubles to post a 7-1 record in eight duals earlier in the season.

2010-11: All-American in singles ... ITA National Rookie of the Year ... Pac-10 Freshman of the Year ... All-Pac-10 First Team honoree ... earned final national singles ranking of No. 22 ... produced one of the most impressive rookie seasons in recent memory, despite playing in only one match after May 1 due to an ankle injury ... ranked second on the squad in wins, posting a 36-4 overall record ... 18-1 in duals, alternating between the Nos. 3 and 4 spots of the lineup and losing her only match when she was forced to retire due to injury ... recorded a 24-match winning streak from Jan. 16-May 1 ... 18-3 in tournament matches ... 13-4 against nationally-ranked opponents ... 2-1 in three-set matches ... did not lose back-to-back matches all season ... opened the year by capturing the singles crown at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships ... Pac-10 Championships singles champion, defeating No. 2 Maria Sanchez of USC 7-5, 6-1 to become the first Stanford player to win the event since Gabriela Lastra in 2002 ... posted a victory in her first collegiate match, routing Austin Peay's Carolin Wiekard 6-0, 6-1 at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships on Oct. 6 ... ranked No. 32 nationally in doubles, teaming with Nicole Gibbs to finish 21-9 overall and 14-4 in duals as Stanford's No. 2 team ... the duo was 5-4 against nationally-ranked opponents ... reached the doubles final of the ITA Northwest Regional Championships in October.

Prior to Stanford: 2010 graduate of The Professional Children's School ... qualified for singles main draw of 2008 U.S. Open ... competed in qualifying round of singles and main draw of doubles in 2009 ... in singles, won two 10k events and a 25k tournament ... also won a 50k doubles title with teammate Nicole Gibbs ... during July 2010, competed in the qualifying round of the Bank of the West Classic.

Personal: Parents are Don and Fay ... has one brother, Jay ... hobbies include playing other sports, baking deserts and spending time with friends.