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  Mariel Verban
School: Univ. of Georgia
Year: Senior
Home Town: Bloomington, Ill.
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Height: 5-6
Birth Date: Wednesday, February 20, 1980
Dominant Hand:
Singles Record: 31-18
Doubles Record: 37-13

2001-2002: Went 3-2 in singles in the fall...Recorded a 5-1 finish in doubles.
2001: Finshed season ranked No. 13 in singles with a 14-4 record (9-1 at No. 1), including a 11-4 record against ranked opponents...Named to the ITA All-American Team in singles...In postseason play, posted marks of 4-1 in singles and 5-1 in doubles with Christa Grey...Was named 2001 SEC Tournament MVP after going 3-0 in singles and 1-0 in doubles while leading the team to the tournament title...In NCAA Tournament, captued a big win over No. 37 Katja Kovac of Baylor in the quarterfinals to clinch the victory for the Lady Bulldogs...Captured impressive wins over No. 26 Chin Bee Khoo of Arkansas, No. 28 Julie DeRoo of Ole Miss and No. 15 Jessica Lehnhoff of Florida...Owns a 9-7 record in doubles...Cleared to play by the NCAA in late February, made Lady Bulldog debut against Arkansas on Feb. 25.

1999-2000 (Junior): Entered season as No. 1 player for Wake Forest ...Preseason ranked fourth nationally in singles...Compiled a record of 7-3 during the fall before a foot injury...Posted a record of 5-2 against ranked opponents before injury...Redshirted the remainder of 2000 season...Team: Compiled record of 24-3...Reached quarterfinals of NCAA Tournament...Reached finals of ACC Tournament.

1998-1999 (Sophomore): Finished season ranked 11th nationally...Compiled a 43-17 record as a sophomore...Became only seventh player in Wake Forest history to be named All-American...Advanced to the quarterfinals of NCAA Single's Championships...Set Wake Forest single season singles victory record with 43...Team: Posted a record of 16-11 while advancing to the NCAA Regional Final...Advanced to the final of the ACC Tournament before falling to Duke.

1997-1998 (Freshman): Named ACC Rookie of the Year en route to becoming the first Demon Deacon to win the award...Compiled a record of 22-10 in singles...Began season at No. 3 singles after joining team in January...Moved to No. 1 singles in April...Played No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament...Opened season with a 16-4 record...Had winning streaks of four or more matches four times during the season...Posted a 15-5 mark in doubles...Team: Posted a record of 18-9...Advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament before losing to Stanford 5-2...Advanced to Finals of ACC Tournament.

Born on February 20, 1980...Daughter of Emil and Marisa Verban