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  Kelly Taylor
School: Univ. of Louisville
Year: Senior
Home Town: Dorset
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Height: 5-5
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Singles Record: 75-41
Doubles Record: 64-48

 Fall 2004: Kelly was 4-6 in singles in the fall season. She combined with Natalie Laszkowski to post a 6-3 record in doubles.

Spring 2004: U of L’s most consistent performer, Taylor was 22-11 overall in singles last season for her first season with 20-plus wins in singles. She was 22-6 in the dual season with a 13-6 mark at No. 3 for the Cardinals. She and Laszkowski were 15-12 in the dual season with a 13-8 mark at No. 2. She had three wins in singles in the Conference USA Championship at Bass-Rudd to help the Cards to a semifinal appearance.

Fall 2003: Kelly combined with Christina Gogol to post a 1-2 doubles record and went 0-5 in singles play.

Spring 2003: Kelly had an outstanding spring season that saw her compile a 15-6 record at No. 2 singles and 17-12 overall. She was named Conference USA Player of the Week for the week of Jan. 28, 2003 when she won three straight matches in both singles and doubles. She paired with Marie Louise Frolich-Hansen to post a 20-4 No. 1 doubles record, making them just the 18th pair to reach 20 wins in a season in school history. The pair had a 12-match winning streak going into the C-USA Championship.

Fall 2002: Kelly combined with Melisa San Martin in No. 1 doubles and posted a 2-7 record with wins over Indiana and Syracuse. She went 0-5 in singles.

Spring 2002: Kelly joined the Cardinals second semester and compiled the winningest singles record on the team. She went 8-4 at No. 6 and then 4-3 after being boosted up to No. 4. She also had the most wins.

In High School: Kelly began playing tennis in South Africa at the age of ten. She finished in the top ten in the country as a U12 and in 1996, she represented the Natal province in the SA school championships. In 1998, she was ranked in the top three of the province and remained in the top ten in the country. In 1999, she moved to England and began training at Sutton Tennis Centre on a scholarship program that allowed her to continue her studies. By the end of 2000, she had played in U16 and U18 nationals and won a U16 Adidas Tournament in Liverpool and represented Cheam in the national schools cup in where she finished third. She also represented Surrey which went on to win the National Junior Championship and played for Esporta Club in the premier division. She played in an ITF held in Norway as well as the ITFs before Junior Wimbledon. She played in Future events and gained a ranking of 1251.

Personal: Daughter of Rob and Colleen Taylor. Born May 26, 1984. Major is marketing.