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  Erlyn Rudico
School: U.S. Air Force Academy
Year: graduated
Home Town: Duncanville, TX
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Duncanville HS
Height: 5-0
Birth Date: Monday, August 15, 1988
Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 21-41
Doubles Record: 35-70
2007-08 (Sophomore)
Spent the majority of the season playing doubles … played just four singles dual matches … paired with Christine Abayan to win the No. 1 doubles match against BYU … the duo also won the No. 1 doubles match against Wyoming at the MWC Championships … fell 13-11 in the third-set super-tiebreak in the finals of the consolation round in her singles flight at the Texas Tech Invitational … named to the 2008 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America District Team ... member of the MWC all-academic team for second time. 2006-07 (Freshman)
Posted 10 overall singles and nine doubles victories … played all 16 of her dual singles matches at the No. 6 spot … one of two Falcons to win against Colorado State at MWC Championships, defeating Rui Xu, 6-0, 6-4, at No. 6 … also won at No. 2 doubles with Christine Abayan ... member of the MWC all-academic team. Before Air Force
Four-year letterwinner in tennis … three-time 5A district singles champion … three-time team MVP … gold medalist at zone team championships as a senior … member of National Honor Society and Student Council … high school tennis coach was Jeff Matlock. Personal
Born Aug. 15, 1988 … parents are Elmer and Jocelyn Rudico ... has one sister, Jocelle (13) … worked Basic Cadet Training and as a tennis counselor for the USAFA Sports Camps this past summer … would like to become an anesthesiologist in the future … active in her squadron as the B-Flight NCO … also recruited by West Point and Emory … hobby is baking … favorite food is Filipino food … favorite book is And Then There Were None … favorite TV show is 24 … favorite movies are White Chicks and Rush Hour … person in history she would most like to meet is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. … greatest moment in sports was defeating the No. 1 doubles team from BYU in last year’s dual match … credits her parents with the biggest influence on her sports career … member of cadet squadron 3.