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  Antonia Foehse
School: University of Alabama
Year: graduated
Home Town: Waldbroel
Home State:
Home Country: Germany
High School: Hollenberg Gymnasium
Height: 5-7
Birth Date: Sunday, February 14, 2010
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Hollenberg Gymnasium
Singles Record: 16-8
Doubles Record: 18-5
2012 (JUNIOR)
Won 27 matches in singles and another 27 in doubles ... ranked as high as No. 23 in doubles with Mary Anne Macfarlane ... moved up to the No. 3 spot on Alabama's list for top career doubles teams as she and Macfarlane now have a combined record of 46-10 ... went 7-2 against SEC foes in singles and 8-2 in the league in doubles ... won eight of the nine three-set matches she competed in ... clinched four overall victories for the Tide ... knocked off a pair of nationally-ranked opponents in singles ... won 15 consecutive matches in doubles with Macfarlane before suffering their first loss, which came to the No. 13 team in the nation ... earned a key singles win over 80th-ranked Kate Fuller to help the Tide defeat No. 5 Georgia for the first time since 1977 ... had a key singles win against No. 12 Virginia ... opened her Spring season winning both of her matches at the UVA Winter Invite in straight sets while partnering with Macfarlane for a pair of wins in doubles ... won her singles and doubles draws at the Memphis Collegiate Invitational, this time with Courtney McLane ... picked up a singles and doubles win, with Emily Zabor, at the USTA/ITA Southern Regionals ... won her singles flight at the Roberta Alison Fall Classic ... picked up several wins over SEC foes at the Furman Fall Classic ... advanced to the semifinals in doubles at the same tournament with Alexa Guarachi.

Earned SEC Player of the Week honors on April 5 after clinching the Tide's 4-3 win over 15th-ranked Arkansas ... recorded 17 wins in singles, with 13 of those coming in dual match play ... secured Alabama's win over Utah in the Blue Gray National Tennis Classic with a three-set victory over Paige Miles ... won 16 consecutive matches in doubles during the dual match season with Mary Anne Macfarlane ... went 27-6 for the season, including a 10-1 mark in SEC play, in doubles with Macfarlane ... ranked as high as No. 32 with Macfarlane ... collected a victory over Vanderbilt's Nelly Radeva at the SEC Fall Coaches' Classic ... picked up two wins at the Duke Fab Four Invitational, including beating Mississippi's Connor Vogel 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 ... posted a 2-1 record in doubles at the SEC Fall Coaches' Classic with Macfarlane to reach the finals of their flight ... also went 2-1 in doubles play at the Duke Fab Four Invitational, losing in the finals to No. 15 Kristi Boxx and Abby Guthrie of Mississippi ... teamed up with Macfarlane to reach the semifinals of the Southern Regional Championships, knocking off No. 41 Whitney Wolf and Keri Frankenberger from LSU 8-6.

Named SEC Freshman of the Week on February 24 ... finished the spring with 10 singles victories, all of which came in dual matches ... was a solid player at the No. 5 singles position, posting an 8-3 record ... provided three clinching victories on the season, including the regular season finale win over Auburn ... collected 10 wins in the spring in doubles, with six of them coming from the No. 2 spot ... won both doubles matches she played at the No. 1 position.

Played on the ITF circuit as a junior earning a ranking as high as 127 ... won 26 singles matches and 17 doubles matches in ITF competition ... 2003 German Open Doubles Champion ... advanced to the semifinals in the 2003 German Open singles draw ... won an ITF Grade 2 tournament in Spain in 2005 ... ranked No. 1 in her age group in Germany for 2002 and 2004 ... played club tennis for the Dortmunder Tennis Club for four years ... held a WTA ranking.

Born September 27, 1989 ... daughter of the late Dr. Med Martin Foehse and Birgit Marie Anne Foehse ... has three brothers, Maximilian, Konstantin and Alexander ... majoring in psychology.