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  Agata Cioroch
School: Univ. of Georgia
Year: Senior
Home Town: Warsaw
Home State:
Home Country:
High School: Stanislaw Wyspianski School
Height: 5-8
Birth Date: Sunday, September 20, 1981
Dominant Hand:
Singles Record: 126-23
Doubles Record: 102-39


Georgia Career Notes
*2002 All-American in singles; 2003 All-American in singles and doubles
*2002 ITA National Player to Watch, 2002 Omni Hotels National Indoor Singles Champion
*Set a school record by winning her first 33 career singles matches before falling to #7 Jessica Lehnhoff (Florida) 6-1,7-5 in the second round of the Riviera All-America Championships.
*Perfect 26-0 in singles as a freshman to set Georgia record for Highest Winning Percentage for a Season.
*Career-high ITA singles ranking: 1 (2003), Doubles: 1 with Lori Grey (2003)
*2001, 2002, 2003 All-SEC selection
*Team Championships: 2001 SEC Tournament, 2002 USTA/ITA National Indoors, 2002 SEC.

2002-03: Junior All-America honors in singles and doubles...One of four nominees for Honda Award...Final ranking of #2 nationally in singles and #1 in doubles with senior Lori Grey...Ranked as high as #1 in singles this season and in mid-March was ranked #1 in both singles and doubles, only the second time in school history a Bulldog has achieved that (Marissa Catlin in 1998)...Advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Singles Championships as the fourth seed before falling to top-ranked Vilmarie Castellvi (Tennessee)... Seeded second and reached the quarterfinals of the NCAA Doubles with Lori Grey..Posted a 32-5 record on the year in singles including 18-2 at No. 1 in the lineup...Went 23-5 overall in doubles including 18-2 at No. 1 in the lineup...An All-SEC selection in singles (2nd Team) and doubles (1st Team)...Best career grand slam finish came when she won the 2002 Omni Hotels National Indoor singles title including semifinal win over DukeÕs Kelly McCain and USCÕs Jewel Peterson in the final.

2002: Finished season ranked seventh nationally in singles and 17th in doubles with Lori Grey...Named ITA National Player to Watch...Earned singles and doubles bid to NCAA Championships...A first team All-SEC selection in doubles and second team All-SEC in singles...Posted 43-6 singles mark including 23-2 at number one...Won her first 33 career matches (26-0 as a freshman, first seven this year) before falling to seventh-ranked Jessica Lehnhoff (Florida) in the second round of the All-American Championships after going through qualifying...Had a 16-match winning streak during the season and ranked as high as sixth....A semifinalist at the Rolex ITA South Regionals, reached the round of 16 at the Rolex Indoors, won the Georgia Invitational...Tremendous jump in the rankings, going from preseason 85 to 58, then to 18 and been in the top 10 since March...Went 26-15 in doubles with Lori Grey including 18-11 at number one...Finalists at ITA South Regionals. TEAM: USTA/ITA National Team Indoor Champions, SEC Champions, NCAA Semifinalists.


2001: Finished the season ranked No. 85 in singles...Went 26-0 in singles (11-0 SEC) including 13-0 at No. 4 and 12-0 at No. 5...Became the first Lady Bulldog to complete the season undefeated in singles play...Posted a mark of 18-9 in doubles, including a record of 7-0 at No.3, with teammate Tina Hojnik ..Posted an upset over No. 18 Keiko Tokuda of Stanford at the USTA/ITA National Team Indoors...Posted 4-0 record in singles and doubles at the Team Indoors...Holds a 7-0 mark at No. 3 doubles with Tina Hojnik...In 26 singles matches this season, she lost only three sets...Posted a 6-0 mark in singles and 5-2 mark in doubles in postseason play including perfect 4-0 records in both doubles and singles in the NCAA Tournament...Went 2-0 in singles in SEC Tournament clinching both the semifinal and finals matches...Made her debut as a Lady Bulldog against Baylor on February 10 with a win.

Juniors/High School:
Nationally-ranked player in her country and achieved a world ranking (#750 WTA)...Ranked fifth in the senior division of singles in Poland...Won the indoor singles and indoor and outdoor doubles titles in the 21 age division of the Poland Championships...2000 Poland indoor doubles champion in the senior division...Key member of the 2000 Senior Team Championship...Part of the Poland Junior National Team...A 2000 graduate of the Stanislaw Wyspianski School in Miawa, Poland.
Born Sept. 20, 1981 in Wloclawek, Poland...Daughter of Wladyslaw and Anna Cioroch...Has an older brother, Tomasz, who is a senior studying physical education at the University of Warsaw...Major: Sports Studies.