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  Amy Frisch
School: Univ. of Nebraska (Lincoln)
Year: Senior
Home Town: Crescent Springs, Kentucky
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Birth Date: Tuesday, April 22, 1980
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Major: Biology
Singles Record: 40-22
Doubles Record: 28-22

2001-02 Outlook

One of the most improved players throughout the course of her career, senior Amy Frisch will enter the 2001-02 season looking for bigger and better things. Frisch will look to earn her third consecutive 20-win season and advance to the NCAA tournament for the first time in her career.


Amy Frisch started her junior season by winning the Fall Wichita State Shocker Classic. Frisch defeated Oklahoma City University’s Anne Laure Leguennec in the championship match. Frisch posted a 6-2 singles record in the fall. In doubles action Frisch posted a 2-2 record. After a strong fall season, Frisch used that momentum to record her second 20-win season for the Huskers. Frisch recorded one of the best singles records in school history by finishing with a 27-7 mark. In doubles action, Frisch split time teaming up with Katarina Balan and Ndali Ijomah. Overall she finished the 2001-02 season with a 19-9 mark in doubles play.


During the 1999-2000 season, Frisch became the first Husker since Lisa Hart in 1998 to win a conference singles championship. Frisch compiled a 19-7 record including a 16-3 record at No. 6 singles to win the Big 12 championship.


In her first season at Nebraska, Frisch finished with an 18-5 singles record with most of those wins coming at No. 6 singles. In doubles action, Frisch joined teammate Gina Pelazini and compiled an 11-8 record. Frisch and Pelazini were 10-8 at No. 2 doubles and also picked up a win at No. 3 doubles.

Before Nebraska

Frisch, a three-year all-state selection at Notre Dame Academy in Crescent, Ky., led her team to a state championship and was awarded player of the year honors in the state of Kentucky.


A biology major, Frisch has four younger sisters, Jill, Callie, Holly and Sarah. The daughter of Jeff and Julie Frisch and Louise and Greg Claypole, Amy was born on April 22, 1980. This past summer Amy taught tennis lessons in Crescent, Kentucky.

Up Close with Amy

If I could spend a day with anyone, it would be: Gustavo Kuerten

The greatest lesson I have learned in athletics: hard work and dedication goes a long way

My favorite moment in a match is: my own match point

The best tennis advice, I have ever received: no matter what happens keep fighting

Favorite tennis player: Gustavo Kuerten and Patrick Rafter