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  Annie Menees
School: Vanderbilt University
Year: Junior
Home Town: St. Louis, Mo.
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High School: Mary Institute and Country Day School
Height: 5-7
Birth Date: Saturday, February 05, 1983
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Child Development
Singles Record: 86-39
Doubles Record: 99-40
2002-03 Singles Record: 13-8
2002-03 Doubles Record: 14-6
2001-02 Singles Record: 24-8
2001-02 Doubles Record: 23-7

2002-03 (Sophomore): Sat out the entire fall season due to an injury … returned to lineup in spring where she was a major contributor in singles and doubles … completed SEC regular season with an 8-3 record … won two singles matches in a row on four occasions … season-best win streak was five, which she had during the SEC season … posted a 10-6 dual-match doubles record with Ashley Schellhas and a 4-0 mark with Kori Scott … named to SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Named Vanderbilt’s Female Student-Athlete of the Year for 2002-03.

2001 (Freshman): Compiled an incredible 20-4 singles record in dual match action … won a combined 47 singles and doubles matches last season … earned All-SEC honors in doubles with partner Kate Burson … along with Burson, finished the year ranked No. 45 nationally by the ITA … combined for a record of 16-2 at the No. 5 and 6 singles positions … was one of only two players on last year’s squad to win 20 dual single matches (Jenny Miller) … posted a 21-6 doubles record at the No. 2 position.

High School: Top 20 nationally in Girls 18s … 1997 Girls 14s National Indoor Singles Champion … 1999 Girls 16s National Indoor Doubles Champion … three-time Missouri State Singles Champion (Class 1A-3A – 1998-2000) … ranked No. 1 in singles and doubles in Missouri Valley section in Girls 18s … First Honor Roll every semester … "Spirit of American Women in Sports" St. Louis High School Athlete of the Year.

Personal: Ann Brady Menees, born February 5, 1983 … daughter of Kathy and Hardy Menees … brother Bobby was the 1999 Missouri state high school doubles champion … majoring in child development.