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  Kendall Exelby
School: UTEP
Year: Senior
Home Town: Lynton, Australia
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High School: Unley
Height: 5-6
Birth Date: Wednesday, April 14, 1982
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Kinesiology
Singles Record: 42-71
Doubles Record: 53-55
2002-03 -- A three-time Academic All-WAC selection who finished the fall season 11-6...captured backdraw titles at the Lady Razorback Invitational, Air Force Invitational and the New Mexico State Invitational...went 2-1 in singles at the Omni Hotels Southwest Regional and was one of 32 collegians invited to the Fall Desert Classic in Palm Springs, Calif. After dropping her opening round match at the Fall Desert Classic...topped No. 59 Loyola Marymount's Georgina Dinham, 6-2, 2-6, 10-5...named team MVP.

2001-02 (Sophomore) -- After spending her freshman season as the No. 5 singles player, Exelby jumped to No. 4 for her sophomore campaign...played in 15 matches at the No. 4 position, until suffering a back injury which sidelined her for the remainder of the season....went 7-8 at No. 4 singles and finished 11-12 overall...recorded a 12-9 doubles mark...teamed with Elizabeth Stone to go 9-2 at No. 2 doubles and 1-3 at No. 1 doubles to finish 10-5 overall...went 4-4 in tournament action during the fall...teamed with Adriana Boykova (0-1) and Téa Spirta (2-3) in doubles play during the fall...earned Academic All-WAC honors.

2000-01 (Freshman) -- Made an immediate impact for the Miners during her freshman campaign...the Aussie went 14-16 in singles and 17-14 in doubles...her 17 doubles wins were a UTEP freshman record...she was 6-5 in singles in the fall, winning her first three collegiate matches to capture the No. 5 Flight Championship at the Arkansas Invitational...notched a first-round win over North Texas' Catherine Alain at the ITA Southwest Regional, before falling to Texas A&M's Ashley Hedberg in the second round...teamed up with Ana Brnas (4-1), Callie Dand (1-3) and Elizabeth Stone (12-10) in doubles action...Stone and Exelby's 12 wins marked the eighth-top tandem total in UTEP annals...was named Academic All-WAC for her efforts in the classroom.

PRIOR TO UTEP -- Exelby excelled both in the classroom and on the court in high school...was a Top 40 player in her native Australia...advanced to the semis in singles at the 1999 July 18-Under tournament and the Little Masters 17-Under tournament in Adelaide, Australia...won the Adelaide October 16-Under title and the Jamestown Easter Tournament 17-Under doubles title...claimed the 1998 Denman Tournament 17-Under singles and doubles titles, as well as the Women's Open Doubles crown...honored with the Outstanding Commitment to Studies in Mathematics I Award in 1999...earned the Excellence in SACE Stage II Tourism Award in 1999.

PERSONAL -- Born on April, 14, 1982 in Adelaide, Australia, Kendall Louise Exelby is the daughter of Robert and Christine Exelby...she has one brother (Jarrad) and one sister (Laruen)...currently majoring in kinesiology.