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  Alice Barnes
Alice Barnes

Player Profile
Hometown:
Cambridge, U.K.

Height:
5-9

Playing Years:
2002-06

* 2005 NCAA Doubles Champion *
* 2005 & 2006 ITA Doubles Team of the Year Winner *
* Four-time All-American *
* 2006 Al Masters Award Winner *
* 2005-06 Pacific-10 Conference Medal Winner *
* 2005 Block "S" Outstanding Female Junior Award Winner *
* 2004 Block "S" Outstanding Female Sophomore Award Winner *

At Stanford: A four-time All-American and 2005 NCAA Doubles Champion ... The 2006 Al Masters Award winner, which is presented to the Stanford athlete attaining the highest standards of athletic performance, leadership, and academic achievement (Stanford's highest athletic award) ... A two-time ITA National Doubles Team of the Year award winner ... A 2006 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Women's At-Large First Team selection ... Also a three-time Pac-10 Doubles Champion ... Tallied a 140-28 record in singles during her career and a 138-21 record in doubles ... Member of the team from 2002-06, during which time Stanford won three-straight NCAA team championships and compiled a 161-2 record ... During her time on The Farm, the Cardinal won an NCAA record 86-straight matches and kept the squad's home-court advantage going, with a win streak that stands at 107 matches since 1999 at the end of her career ... Captain of the team in her last two seasons ... Named the Most Outstanding Performer of the NCAA Championships for three-straight seasons ... Will graduate from Stanford with a degree in Art History.

2005-06 (Senior): Earned All-America honors in singles and doubles ... Named the 2006 ITA National Doubles Team of the Year along with partner Anne Yelsey ... Recipient of the 2006 Northwest Region ITA/Arthur Ashe Award for Leadership and Sportsmanship ... Selected as the 2005-06 Pacific-10 Conference Medal winner, which is awarded annually to each member institution's outstanding senior male and female student-athlete based on the exhibition of the greatest combination of performance and achievement in scholarship, athletics and leadership ... Ranked No. 3 in the final ITA singles rankings and No. 1 in the doubles rankings with Yelsey ... Secured First-Team Pac-10 All-Academic honors, as well as First-Team All-Pac-10 accolades ... Also honored as an ESPN Academic All-America Women's At-Large First-Team All-District VIII selection ... Posted a 35-8 record in singles play, including a 23-3 record in dual matches while starting at the No. 2 position for the Cardinal ... Posted 19 wins over ranked opponents and advanced to the semifinals at the Riviera/ITA All-American, the ITA National Indoors and the Pac-10 Championships ... Was named the Most Outstanding Performer at the NCAA Team Championship for the third-straight year ... Posted four wins in the Cardinal's six NCAA matches and was one game away from winning her other two ... Won the Pac-10 Doubles Championship with Yelsey at Ojai ... Barnes and Yelsey went 42-4 on the year, capturing titles at the Freeman Memorial and the Pac-10s ... The duo also advanced to the finals at the ITA Northwest Regional, the semifinals of the NCAA Championships and the quarterfinals of the Riviera/ITA All-American ... They posted a 24-1 record in dual competition, including an exciting 9-7 come-from-behind victory over second-ranked Melissa Applebaum and Audra Cohen of Miami in the NCAA Team finals to help Stanford secure the doubles point and the title ... Picked up a 6-2 record in the fall season, including five victories over ranked opponents ... Advanced to the semifinals of both the Riviera/ITA All-American and the ITA Northwest Regional.

2004-05 (Junior): Along with Erin Burdette, captured the 2005 NCAA Doubles Champion and named the ITA National Doubles Team of the Year ... Defeated teammates Amber Liu and Anne Yelsey in the finals to capture the title ... Earned All-America honors in singles and doubles ... Recipient of the 2005 Northwest Region ITA/Arthur Ashe Award for Leadership and Sportsmanship ... Named the Block "S" Outstanding Female Junior Award winner, which is presented to the most outstanding female Stanford athlete of the junior class ... ... Ranked No. 17 in the final ITA singles rankings, No. 3 in the doubles rankings with partner Burdette, and No. 41 in doubles with Yelsey ... Named First-Team Pac-10 All-Academic honors, as well as First-Team All-Pac-10 accolades ... Finished the year with a 31-8 record in singles, including a 19-1 mark in dual action ... Scored a 7-6(4), 6-4 win to clinch Stanford's 4-1 victory over Georgia's Natalie Frazier in the NCAA Quarterfinals en route to Stanford's second-straight team title ... Helped Stanford win doubles against Army in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, as she and Burdette picked up an 8-1 victory over Megan Noble and Christine Ong ... Was named the Most Outstanding Performer at the NCAA Team Championship ... Won the Pac-10 Doubles Championship with Yelsey ... Took second place in the Pac-10 Singles Championship ... Compiled 14 wins against ranked opponents ... Captured the Pac-10 Indoors Championship with Burdette in January ... Finished second in singles at the Northwest ITA Regional Championship in the fall to earn a spot at the ITA National Indoors ... Posted a 6-4 record in fall play, including four wins against ranked opponents ... Teamed up with Burdette for the ITA Northwest Regional Doubles Title, defeating Stanford freshmen Whitney Deason and Lejla Hodzic in the finals ... Went on to a second-place finish at the ITA National Indoors with Burdette.

2003-04 (Sophomore): Garnered All-America honors in singles ... Earned First-Team All-Pac-10 honors ... Named the Block "S" Outstanding Female Sophomore Award winner, which is presented to the most outstanding female Stanford athlete of the sophomore class ... Ranked No. 11 in the final ITA singles rankings, No. 33 in doubles rankings with partner Erin Burdette, and No. 40 in doubles with Amber Liu ... Tallied a 39-7 overall singles record, including a 26-1 record in dual action primarily at the No. 2 spot ... Notched a 19-3 record against Pac-10 opponents ... Advanced to the Round of 16 at NCAA Singles Championship with wins over No. 39 Courtney Bergman of Harvard (6-1, 6-0) and No. 29 Karin Coetzee of Wake Forest (6-1, 6-3) ... Tallied a 4-0 record at NCAA Tournament to help Stanford to team title ... Defeated Gabby Pasternak of Quinnipiac 6-2, 6-0 to clinch the Cardinal NCAA first-round victory ... Was named the Most Outstanding Performer at the NCAA Team Championship... Took second place at the Pac-10 Individual Tournament with wins over No. 66 Erin Hoe of Washington (6-1, 6-1), No. 69 Dominika Dieskova of Oregon (5-7, 6-1, 6-1), No. 30 Daniela Bercek of UCLA (3-0, ret. inj.) and No. 77 Anca Anastasiu of USC (6-1, 6-4) before falling to No. 3 Raquel Kops-Jones of California (6-3, 6-4) in the finals ... Took the Pac-10 Tournament doubles title with Burdette ... Posted a 17-2 record vs. nationally ranked opponents ... Tallied a 3-0 record to help Stanford to National Team Indoors title ... Recorded 16-straight wins from Jan. 26-March 31 ... Earned Second-Team Academic All-Pac-10 honors ... Advanced to the semifinals of the Freeman Memorial Championships with wins over North Carolina's Tonya Markovic (6-1, 6-2), Cindy Treber of UNLV (6-3, 6-3) and Stanford's No. 73 Story Tweedie-Yates (7-6, 6-7, 6-2) ... Advanced to the quarterfinal round of the ITA Indoor Championships with wins over Michigan's No. 6 Elizabeth Exon (6-2, 6-0) and No. 5 Aibika Kalsarieva of Kentucky (6-1, 6-1) before falling to No. 1 Agata Cioroch of Georgia (6-1, 6-4).

2002-03 (Freshman): Earned All-America honors after finishing the season with a 39-5 overall mark and ranked No. 11 in the final ITA polls ... Tallied a perfect 25-0 record in dual action ... Advanced to the first round of the NCAA Singles Championships before falling to Washington's Dea Sumantri 7-6 (5), 6-3 ... Recorded four wins for the Cardinal in the NCAA postseason against Harvard's Sanja Bajin (6-4, 6-0), Georgia's Lori Grey (6-4, 6-0), Cal's Jieun Jacobs (6-0, 6-1) and Florida's Zerene Reyes (6-3, 6-3) ... Fell to Cal's Raquel Kops-Jones in the quarterfinal round of the Pac-10 Individual Championships (4-3, ret. inj.) ... Notched a 19-3 record against Pac-10 opponents ... Earned Second-Team All-Pac-10 honors ... Teamed with Cardinal Amber Liu to notch a 22-3 doubles record ... Tallied two doubles victories in postseason action.

Prior to Stanford: Played in Junior Wimbledon four consecutive year (1999-02), with her best finish in 2002 when she advanced to the third round ... Also played in the U.S. Open Juniors and Australian Open ... Played for the U-18 Great Britain National Team in three European Cups and was also a member of the U-14 team ... Ranked as high as No. 60 in the junior world rankings and No. 20 in the doubles rankings ... Participated in the Maureen Connolly Cup in 2000 as a member of the Great Britain team.

Personal: Daughter of Richard and Patricia ... Brother, Adrian, played tennis at Cal ... Sister, Helen, was a member of the Oxford crew team ... Sister, Ruth, played tennis at Northwestern and was a three-time Big Ten champion ... Hobbies include soccer, rugby and cricket.

Barnes's Career Statistics
Singles
Year123456OverallDual
2002-03--1-024-0--39-525-0
2003-042-023-11-0---39-726-1
2004-051-015-13-0---31-819-1
2005-061-122-2----35-823-3
TOTALS4-160-45-024-0--144-2793-5

Doubles

Year123OverallDual
2002-031-019-2-24-520-2
2003-04-24-3-32-524-3
2004-0511-47-1-40-718-5
2005-0624-1--42-424-1
TOTALS36-550-6-138-2186-11
Last Update: June 15, 2006

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