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  Bianca Svensson
School: University of Alabama
Year: graduated
Home Town: Atlanta, Ga.
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Marist
Birth Date:
Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 29-34
Doubles Record: 31-43
2009 (JUNIOR): Played one match during the fall season, dropping a three set match to Christina Amo of Texas A&M at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic...Finished the season with a 4-3 mark in doubles, including teaming up with Tunaru for an 8-0 victory over Samford in her only doubles match during the spring.

SOPHOMORE (2007-08): Posted a 15-14 singles record…Played in every match this season in either doubles or singles…Had a personal best four-match winning streak from Jan.19-Feb. 3…Picked up a conference singles victory over DeAndra Saddler of Mississippi State from No. 5…Earned a career-high 15 singles wins…Added eight doubles victories… Spring Academic All-SEC Honor Roll…ITA All-Academic Team.

FRESHMAN (2006-07): Competed in 33 singles matches and 33 doubles matches…Racked up 14 singles-match victories throughout the fall and spring…Paired with Shelly Godwin for a season-high five consecutive doubles wins that included No. 44 Colorado and No. 69 Furman…Paired with Godwin to record four wins over ranked SEC opponents… ITA All-Academic Team…named to the Dean’s List at the conclusion of spring semester…Member of the SEC Freshmen All-Academic Team.

PREP HIGHLIGHTS: Helped her team to the state title four consecutive years from 2003 to 2006, the last being Marist’s 12th consecutive championship, a state record…Played in the No. 1 and No. 2 singles positions…Earned All-American Honors as a junior and as a senior (2005, 2006)…Served as team captain in 2006…Named MVP as a junior after going undefeated at 19-0…Also named MVP as a senior…Represented the Southern Section of World Team Tennis that won the national title in 2005 at San Diego, Calif…Made the Atlanta Journal-Constitution All-Area Team in 2004 and All-State Team in 2005 and 2006…Participated in Habitat for Humanity “All Women” Build in 2004, 2005 and 2006…was secretary of the FCA.