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  Maria Sant'Anna
School: Univ. of Tulsa
Year: Senior
Home Town: Sao Paulo
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Home Country: Brazil
High School: Libere Vivere HS
Height: 5-4
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Dominant Hand: Right
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Singles Record: 0-0
Doubles Record: 0-0
TULSA -A three-year letterwinner... has a career 40-19 singles record and a 36-17 doubles mark... won Conference USA Championships in her first two seasons, and made the NCAA Championship all three years.   JUNIOR (2012-13) -Owned a 19-12 singles record, including a 12-9 ledger during the spring season... tabulated a 23-9 doubles mark with partner Renata Kuricova, and recorded a 17-4 ledger during the spring at No. 3 doubles... . posted a 7-3 singles record during the fall season, and began the season winning four of her first five matches... won the No. 4 singles title at the Aces for the Cure Tournament   SOPHOMORE (2011-12) -Owned a 15-7 singles record and a 13-8 doubles mark... became a main cog at No. 3 doubles in the latter stages of the season, and finished with an 8-4 record with Michelle Farley... put together a five-match win streak during the fall and a four-match win streak to close out the spring.   FRESHMAN (2010-11) -Joined Tulsa in the spring and finished the year with an unblemished 6-0 singles record after joining TU in the spring... never lost more than two games in any match and conceded a total of just six games in her six wins... won twice at No. 4, twice at No. 5 and twice at No. 6 singles... competed against Conference USA foe Memphis and defeated Andrea Arques-Garcia in straight sets.   PRIOR TO TULSA -Was the No. 1-ranked player in Brazil (U-16)... won a junior South American Tennis Confederation event... also won an event on the Unimed Circuit in 2007... reached the quarterfinals in three futures events in 2008... earned a career-best WTA ranking of 890.   PERSONAL -Major is management information systems... born November 28, 1991... has one brother, Bruno... daughter of Nivaldo and Maria Sant'Anna.