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Ellen Tsay
Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Pleasanton, Calif.
High School: Kaplan Academy
Major: Biology
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As a Junior (2013-14)
• Pac-12 All-Academic First Team selection
• Earned final No. 69 national ranking
• Competed in NCAA Singles Championship, dropping her first-round match
• Compiled 24-10 overall record and was 14-5 in duals, playing mainly at the No. 5 spot (12-5)
• 10-5 in tournament matches
• 5-6 against nationally-ranked opponents
• 1-1 in three-set matches
• Claimed Freeman Memorial Championships singles crown
• Shared team lead with five clinching points
• Won season-high six straight matches from Jan. 17-31
• In doubles, teamed with Taylor Davidson as Stanford’s No. 2 team, compiling a 26-7 overall record and 16-3 in duals
• Duo earned a No. 37 final national ranking, won season-high 14 matches in a row and captured the ITA Northwest Regional Championship title

As a Sophomore (2012-13)
• Pac-12 All-Academic First Team selection
• Finished with a 32-10 overall record, ranking second on the team in wins
• 19-6 in duals, including a 14-5 mark at the No 5 position
• 13-4 in tournament matches
• 6-6 against nationally-ranked foes
• 3-5 in three-set matches
• Clinched team-best seven matches
• Won a season-high eight consecutive matches from Feb. 23-March 24
• Earned a final No. 101 national singles ranking
• Provided the clinching point in Stanford's 4-3 upset of No. 5 USC in the NCAA round of 16 with a 5-7, 7-5, 6-3 win over Gabriella DeSimone
• Captured singles consolation title at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships
• Earned runner-up finish in the singles consolation draw at the Pac-12 Championships
• 31-9 record in doubles, playing exclusively with Stacey Tan as Stanford's No. 2 doubles team
• Duo was 22-3 in duals, participated in the NCAA Doubles championship and claimed two titles (ITA Northwest Regional Championships, Freeman Memorial Invitational)

As a Freshman (2011-12)
• 24-8 overall and 17-4 in duals
• Earned a final No. 74 national singles ranking
• 7-4 in tournament play
• 1-3 in three-set matches
• Provided the clinching point in five matches
• Played most of her matches at the No. 4 spot, compiling a 14-2 record
• 7-5, 6-4 victory over No. 43 Tayler Davis of California represented her lone win over a nationally-ranked opponent
• Won career-high 12 consecutive matches from Feb. 21-April 13
• Contributed one victory in postseason play, cruising past Northwestern’s Veronica Corning 6-1, 6-2
• In doubles, was 25-5 overall, playing primarily with Stacey Tan as Stanford's No. 2 team as the duo finished 23-3 overall, 18-1 in duals and earned a final No. 30 national ranking
• Competed in NCAA Doubles Championship with Tan, dropping a first-round match
• Duo won 15 consecutive matches from Feb. 1-April 14
• Playing together for the first time, Tsay and Tan captured title at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships

Prior to Stanford
• 2011 graduate of Kaplan Academy of California
• Reached highest WTA world ranking of No. 583 in singles and No. 513 in doubles
• Ranked No. 1 in the nation among girls' 14, 16 and 18-year-old divisions
• Earned six gold, one silver and six bronze balls during junior season
• 2010 doubles title at St. Joseph, Mo., and 2009 singles title at Stead Open
• Claimed singles, doubles and sportsmanship award at the 2008 Girls' 16 Easter Bowl
• Represented Team USA at five international events in United States, England, France, Canada and Italy
• Earned sportsmanship award at the 2011 Girls' 18 USTA National Championships ... two-time Inside Tennis Junior Player of the Year (2006, 2008)

Personal
• Born in Pittsburgh, Pa.
• Parents are James and Suping
• Hobbies include reading, biking, spending time outdoors and trying new foods

Career Statistics
Singles
Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 Overall Dual
2011-12 - - 2-0 14-2 1-2 - 24-8 17-4
2012-13 - - 0-1 5-0 14-5 - 32-10 19-6
2013-14 - - 1-0 1-0 12-5 - 24-10 14-5
TOTALS - - 3-1 20-2 27-12 - 80-28 50-15

Doubles

Year 1 2 3 Overall Dual
2011-12 - 18-1 - 25-5 18-1
2012-13 1-2 21-1 - 31-9 22-3
2013-14 - 16-3 - 26-7 16-3
TOTALS 1-2 55-5 - 82-21 56-7
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