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  Lindsey Pereira
School: University of Virginia
Year: Senior
Home Town: Arlington, Texas
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High School: St. Stephen's Episcopal
Height: 5-5
Birth Date: Wednesday, January 01, 1986
Dominant Hand:
Major: Undeclared
Singles Record: 86-57
Doubles Record: 56-51

FALL 2007
• Had a 6-3 singles and a 7-4 doubles record
• Reached the round of 32 of the ITA East Regional
• Teamed with Maggie Yahner to reach the semifinals of the ITA East Regional

• Posted a 24-18 singles record and a 9-10 doubles record
• 24 singles wins ranked second on the team
• Was 13-11 in dual matches, playing at No. 4 and No. 5
• Singles Champion at the UNCW Landfall Invitational

• Posted a 28-10 singles record and a 10-9 doubles record
• Her 28 sungles wins ranks fifth in school history for wins in a season
• Won clinching match in UVa’s 4-3 win over eventual NCAA runner-up Miami
• Won clinching match in UVa’s first round NCAA Tournament win vs. Alabama
• Primarily played at No. 5 singles and had a 16-5 dual match record
• Went 3-0 at UVa Winter Invitational
• won Flight B doubles title of the Deacon Classic with Caroline Hammond

• Posted an 18-12 singles record an an 11-22 doubles record
• 18 singles wins ranked third on the team
• Won two ACC matches while playing at No. 5 and No. 6 singles
• Won Flight D singles title at the William & Mary Invitational
• Reached Flight B singles final of the Deacon Classic before falling to teammate Rachel DelPriore
• Won Flight A2 singles title at the Wolfpack Invitational
• Teammed with Rachel DelPriore to win Flight B doubles title at the William & Mary Invitational and reach the round of 16 of the ITA East Regional

• Ranked as high as No. 29 nationally and No. 3 in Texas
• Member of the Texas Fed Cup Team
• Trained at the Austin Tennis Academy
• Win several MVP and leadership awards at the academy
• Austin Tennis Acadmey had $100,000 corporate scholarship named after her for students exemplifying leadership, integrity, and work ethic
• Won zonal sportsmanship award at age 14

• Daughter of Paula and Luigi Pereira
• Born January 1, 1986
• Has five siblings
• Older sister, Renee, played tennis at Texas Tech
• Aunt, Renee Noblin, played tennis at Ole Miss