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  Monika Dancevic
School: Univ. of Georgia
Year: graduated
Home Town: Thorold, Ontario
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: A.N. Meyer
Height: 5-9
Weight:
Birth Date: Monday, November 17, 1986
Dominant Hand: Right
Major:
Singles Record: 0-0
Doubles Record: 0-0
Junior Season (2007-08) • Part of team that went 22-5, advanced to the NCAA Round of 16 and posted a No. 8 national ranking including back-to-back SEC Tournament titles • Finished the season ranked No. 109 • Voted First Team All-SEC • Named SEC Player of the Week after rallying from a 5-2 third set deficit to beat Georgia Tech’s No. 30 Kristen Flower in the deciding match of the Bulldogs 4-3 victory over the top-ranked Yellow Jackets. • Posted a 19-5 dual match singles record including an 9-1 mark in SEC play • Won 12 straight matches from March 11-May 10 • Recorded a perfect 8-0 singles record in SEC matches at the No. 3 position. • Rallied from third-set deficits to lift Georgia past No. 1 Ga. Tech and No. 13 Vanderbilt • Led team with six match clinchers • Won the SEC Coaches Classic doubles “A” flight with Kelley Hyndman   Sophomore Season (2006-07) • Part of team that went 24-2, NCAA Quarterfinal showing, and No. 4 national ranking including SEC title and SEC Tournament crown • Finished the season ranked 35th in the country in singles • Earned bid to the NCAA Singles Tournament where  she dropped a three-set contest to top-ranked and eventual singles champion Audra Cohen of Miami • Named First-Team All-SEC • Lost only one singles match at the No. 2 position, ending the year with a 15-1 record • Went 16-2 overall in dual matches with her only losses coming at the No. 1 spot against Auburn in a match she was forced to retire because of injury and against California in the NCAA Quarterfinals • Clinched Georgia’s upset over rival Georgia Tech by upending No. 27 Christy Striplin. • Teamed with Kelley Hyndman for 21 doubles victories. The pair clinched six doubles points   Freshman Season  (2005-06--Miami) • Attended and played tennis at the University of Miami (Fla.) • Helped the Hurricanes reach the finals of the NCAA Championships and a final team ranking of No. 4 as they went 24-8 overall and 9-2 in the ACC • Posted a 25-11 overall singles mark and final ITA ranking of 82 • Went 7-3 at No. 2 singles and 9-2 at No. 3 including clinching wins over No. 2 Notre Dame (No. 87 Brook Buck) and No. 3 Southern California (No. 47 Luana Magnani) during the NCAA Championships • Posted a 26-12 overall doubles record including 15-6 at No. 2 with Audra Banada; Duo ranked as high as No. 45 during the year   Juniors/High School • Former top-ranked Canadian junior who also played on the ITF circuit in Europe and in Latin America • Earned a career-high world ranking of 755 and junior ranking of 225 • Won the Girls 18s singles and doubles titles at the Canadian Outdoor Championships in 2002 and was a singles finalist at the 2003 event and captured the doubles title • Graduate of A.N. Myer Secondary School in Niagara Falls, Ontario   Personal • Born Nov. 17, 1986 • Daughter of John and Doris Dancevic • Major: Speech Communication • Has an older brother, Frank (23) and twin sisters, Sonja and Kristina (18). Frank is a professional tennis player and member of the Canadian Davis Cup team. He has been ranked as high as No. 65 on the ATP Tour.