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  Krista Hardebeck
School: Stanford
Year: Sophomore
Home Town: Santa Ana
Home State: California
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Kaplan Online
Height: 5-7
Birth Date:
Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 16-8
Doubles Record: 13-7
2012-13: All-American in singles ... ITA Northwest Region Rookie of the Year ... All-Pac-12 Second Team selection ... NCAA All-Tournament Team selection (No. 3 doubles with Natalie Dillon) ... earned a No. 14 final national ranking ... compiled a team-best 36-13 overall record and was 16-8 in duals, playing mainly at the No. 3 spot ... 20-5 in tournament matches ... 16-13 against nationally-ranked opponents ... 8-2 against Pac-12 foes ... 6-3 in three-set matches ... provided the clinching point in six matches ... won a season-best seven consecutive matches twice during the season ... provided clincher in Stanford's 4-3 upset of No. 1 Florida in the semifinals (May 20), rallying for a three-set win after losing the first frame and trailing 5-1 in the second set ... competing in her first career tournament, reached quarterfinals of ITA All-American Championships in October ... captured singles title at ITA Northwest Regional Championships in October ... earned runner-up singles finish at Pac-12 Championships ... defeated Nebraska's Patricia Veresova 6-3, 6-0 on Oct. 2 at the ITA All-American Championships in her collegiate debut ... in doubles, 17-11 overall and 14-7 in duals with Natalie Dillon, forming Stanford's No. 3 duo and booking key postseason victories over USC (May 17) and Texas Prior to Stanford: Attended El Modena High School for 1.5 years before finishing her final 2.5 years at California Virtual Academy (CAVA) ... while at El Modena High School, won consecutive Century League singles titles with respective trips to the quarterfinals and finals of the CIF-SS singles tournament ... ranked as nation's No. 1 recruit in her class by ... competed on professional circuit and took part in international events ... 2010 USTA Easter Bowl champion ... top seed at the USTA Girls' 18 USTA National Championships in August after earning bronze in the previous year ... competed in Junior Girls' Wimbledon. Personal: Parents are James and Anne ... has one brother, Mark, and one sister, Lisa ... considering pursuing a degree in political science.