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  Kelley Hyndman
School: Univ. of Georgia
Year: Senior
Home Town: Bradenton, Fla.
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High School: Heritage Academy
Height: 5-9
Birth Date: Sunday, September 22, 1985
Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 81-52
Doubles Record: 83-55

2006-07: Clinched five matches, including upsets over No. 6 Baylor and No. 12 Clemson ... Named SEC Player of the Week on Feb. 28 for her efforts in clinching those upsets ... Clinched eight doubles points overall and six with Monika Dancevic ... Member of SEC Academic Honor Roll.

2005-06: Earned Second Team All-SEC honors in helping Georgia to a 13-10 mark and #25 final team ranking...Posted an 18-12 singles record and 14-9 in doubles...Saw action at Nos. 3-6 in the singles lineup including going 1-1 at #3, 4-2 at #4, 2-0 at #5 and 7-5 at #6...Went 10-4 with Natalie Frazier including 7-4 at #3; 1-0 at #1 with Caroline Basu; 3-3 with Sara Lett at #3; 0-2 at #3 with Shadisha Robinson...ITA preseason ranked a career-best #51 in doubles with Natalie Frazier...The recipient of the 2005-06 Leighton Ballew Women’s Tennis Scholarship Endowment...Final fall record of 1-4 in singles and 4-2 in doubles with Link Leskosky

2004-05: Enrolled at the University of Georgia in January...Posted a 16-10 singles record...Saw action mostly at #3 in the lineup, going 6-5 and also 6-2 at #4 and 1-1 at #5...Went 1-5 against ranked opponents with the win coming over #97 Daniela Alvarez (Clemson)...Played #2 doubles with Evgenia Subbotina and was ranked as high as #55 by the ITA...Tandem went 12-10 including an 8-6 win over seventh-ranked duo of Coventry and Schwenk (Kentucky)..Helped lead ninth-ranked Georgia to the NCAA Quarterfinals and a final record of 18-8.

Juniors/High School: A 2003 graduate of Heritage Academy...Has been training at Smith Stearns Tennis Academy in Hilton Head, S.C., since 2001...Junior highlights include National Clay Court finalist in the Girls 14s in 1998 and sixth place at the 1999 event in Girls 16s...Singles quarterfinalist at the 1999 Junior Orange Bowl event for Girls 14s, singles finalist and doubles winner and mixed doubles winner at the 1999 Eddie Herr International Championships...Reached round of 16 at the 1999 International Hard Courts Girls 18s in singles and doubles...Singles quarterfinalist and doubles winner at 2000 Eastern Bowl Girls 16s...Finished second at regional qualifying at the 2000 World Youth Cup, an ITF team event...Represented the United States Tennis Association in various trips across the globe including tournaments in France, Denmark, The Netherlands, Costa Rica and Panama....Career best rankings include #4 in USTA National Girls 14s in 1998, #9 in USTA Girls 16s in 1999...Played in various events during junior career to earn an ITF and WTA ranking in the top 600.

Personal: Born Sept. 22, 1985 in Plymouth, Mass...Daughter of Michael and Joan Hyndman...Has a younger sister, Yvette...Dad played professional hockey after All-American career at Boston University...Attended Billy Stearns Academy in Sarasota, Fla., and Smith Stearns Tennis Academy in Hilton Head, S.C., during junior career...Major: Undecided.