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  Megan Alexander
School: TCU
Year: graduated
Home Town: Dallas
Home State: Texas
Home Country: United States(USA)
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Height: 5-6
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Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 0-0
Doubles Record: 0-0
• Singles All-American (2007) (at Florida)
• Doubles All-American (2008) (at Florida)
• Second Team All-SEC (2007, 2008) (at Florida)
• SEC Academic Honor Roll (2007, 2008) (at Florida) 2008-09 (JUNIOR [FLORIDA])
Played in five dual matches and posted a 3-2 record all at the No. 3 position... final singles match was a 6-1, 6-3 loss to UCLA's No. 63-ranked Maya Johansson in the ITA Team Indoors Round of 16... was 1-0 in clinching matches... earned a 3-3 record during the entire year versus ranked opponents... finished the season with a final national doubles ranking of No. 32 with Marrit Boonstra... played all 15 doubles matches during the entire year with Boonstra ... posted a 4-2 record in dual match action ... final two matches were tough losses, with a 9-7 setback to UCLA's Remynse and Schnack in the ITA Team Indoors Round of 16 and an 9-8 (16-14) loss to North Carolina's Marand and Grabinski... was 2-0 in clinching doubles-point matches... compiled a 2-2 record during the entire year versus ranked opponents.

Ended the season ranked No. 95 in singles action... notched 13 singles wins during the dual match season, mostly playing in the third spot in the lineup ... topped UCLA's Yasmin Schnack in the NCAA Team Championships semifinals to earn one of UF's two points ... topped the 48th-ranked Courtney Ulery of Vanderbilt 6-3, 0-6, 6-4 from the No. 3 singles position clinched the win for Florida over No. 5 North Carolina with a 6-1, 6-3 win over 72nd-ranked Austin Smith ... blanked Stetson's Natalie Gorham 6-0, 6-0 to clinch the dual-match season opener for the Gators... Named a Doubles All-American, finishing the season ranked No. 12 in the country alongside partner Marrit Boonsta... the duo was ranked as high as No. 5 on March 4... teamed with Boonstra (15-4) and Lolita Frangulyan (4-1) during the dual-match season, mostly playing in the No. 1 doubles position... Alexander and Boonstra won their first 10 matches as partners and only lost one match during regular season play... teamed with Boonstra to beat the 21st-ranked team of A. Taylor and C. Ulery of Vanderbilt in the NCAA Round of 16 ... defeated Tennessee's seventh-ranked pair of C. Whoriskey and Z. Zubor 8-3 in the Gators' win over the Vols ... took down the No. 8 doubles team in the nation, North Carolina's S. Marand and S. Garbinski, with an 8-3 win to clinch the doubles point for the Gators ... outlasted the Duke pair of Amanda Granson and Melissa Mang, the No. 6 doubles team in the nation, by an 8-5 score.

Wrapped her freshman campaign with a final singles ranking of No. 25, reaching as high as No. 19 on March 6... capped the season winning four of her final five matches, which included her run into the quarterfinals of the NCAA Singles Championships, where she opened with a thrilling 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (3) win over 10th-ranked Jenna Long from North Carolina... downed Stanford's 20th-ranked Jessica Nguyen in the second round, before falling to eventual NCAA runner-up No. 5 Lindsey Nelson of Southern California 6-2, 6-4... played the No. 2 position in 18 of the 20 dual matches she completed, earning an 11-7 record at that spot in addition to a 1-1 record at the No. 3 court she played during the SEC Tournament... sported a career-long 12-match win streak that spanned from November into mid-February... named the SEC Player of the Week for her play during the matches of February 12-18, when she extended her singles winning streak to 12 in a row after posting two huge victories over players from Texas and Miami... compiled an 11-7 ledger versus nationally-ranked opponents, including a 2-2 record during the fall season... also 2-0 in dual match-clinching matches... earned a final Fila national doubles ranking of No. 51 with partner Diana Srebrovic, after reaching as high as No. 27 on April 3... was 17-4 record during the spring season, including a 17-3 record in dual matches... teamed with Srebrovic for the first 10 dual match pairings, posting a 9-1 record all at the No. 2 position, but partnered with Anastasia Revzina in every dual match afterward, earning an 8-3 mark at the No. 3 spot, including the 8-4 win over Baylor's 49th-ranked Zuzana Zemenova and Iva Mihaylova in the NCAA round of 16, handing the Bear pair their first loss of the season (17-match win streak snapped).

Trained at T Bar M Racquet Club for one year and three summers ... attended Grace Community and Spring Creek Academy... coached by her father, Greg Alexander, and Dave Licker... competed in the U.S. Open Juniors in 2005... ranked as high as No. 1 nationally in the USTA National Girls 18 standings during the 2004 and 2005 seasons... won the 2005 USTA National Open Championships held in Waco, Texas, and was a finalist in the doubles event... won the 2004 Girls 18 Singles title in Austin, Texas, and the 2002 Girls 16 Singles title at Midland, Texas... in December 2004, reached the finals of the USTA National Winter Championships... quarterfinalists at the 2005 Easter Bowl ITF Tennis Championships... reached the quarterfinal round at the 2005 Chanda Rubin Pan-American Closed ITF Jr. Tennis Championships and the USTA National Championships... posted a 4-0 singles record as a member of the 2005 USTA Junior Federation Cup team... during the 2004 season, swept the singles and doubles crowns for two ITF Girls 18 events, placed second at the Winter National Girls 18 Singles and at the Clay Court National Girls 18, while finishing third in doubles... in 2003, took second at the Clay Court National Girls 16 Doubles tournament, while finishing third at the Winter National Girls 16 Doubles... given the 2005 Chuck McKinley-No. 1 National USTA Ranking award, as well as the 2005 Mary Lowden - Texas Female Player of the Year honor.