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Carol Zhao
Height: 5'5"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
High School: Bill Crothers Secondary School
Major: Undeclared

As a Freshman (2013-14):
·       All-American in singles
·       ITA Northwest Player To Watch
·       All-Pac-12 Second Team pick
·       NCAA All-Tournament Team selection (No. 3 singles)
·       Awarded final No. 22 national ranking
·       Advanced to round of 16 at NCAA Singles Championship
·       Finished 30-7 overall and 19-2 in duals, playing mainly at the No. 3 spot (16-2)
·       27 of her 30 wins came in straight sets
·       10-7 against nationally-ranked opponents
·       2-0 in three-set matches
·       Contributed clinching point in four matches
·       Pitched in with three victories during NCAA Championship competition
·       Enjoyed 17-match winning streak that spanned from Jan. 19-April 12
·       Highest-ranked opponent defeated was No. 5 Anett Schutting of California 6-3, 6-1 (Oct. 21)
·       Notched first collegiate win in second career match, defeating No. 45 Joelle Kissell of NC State 6-2, 6-3
·       Reached quarterfinals of Pac-12 Championships and ITA Northwest Regional Championships
·       In doubles, paired with Kristie Ahn as No. 1 team to compile a 29-6 overall record, 15-2 dual mark, earn final No. 13 doubles ranking and compete in NCAA Doubles Championships

Prior to Stanford:
·       Attended Bill Crothers Secondary School in Unionville, Ontario, Canada
·       2013 Tennis Canada Junior Player of the Year
·       Enjoyed a breakthrough 2013 season in which she was ranked No. 9 in the world and No. 1 among Canadian U18 players
·       2013 Australian Open Junior doubles champion
·       2013 French Open Junior doubles semifinalist
·       Also in junior competition, reached the round of 16 at the U.S. Open, French Open and Wimbledon
·       Qualified for 2013 Rogers Cup following a win over No. 74th-ranked Irina-Camelia Begu
·       Nine-time Canadian national champion, including U18 national singles and doubles champion at age 15
·       Represented Canada in 2011 Junior Fed Cup, earning a silver medal at the world finals
·       Captured $25K title at Granby challenger in July 2013
·       Reached final of $10K in May 2013
·       Made two quarterfinal appearances at $50K challenger, including her first when she was 15

Personal:
·       Born in Chongquing, China
·       Parents are Ping and Lily
·       Hobbies include listening to music, playing the guitar or piano, reading, writing and traveling

Career Statistics
Singles
Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 Overall Dual
2013-14 - 2-0 16-2 1-0 - - 30-7 19-2
TOTALS - 2-0 16-2 1-0 - - 30-7 19-2

Doubles

Year 1 2 3 Overall Dual
2013-14 15-2 1-0 - 30-6 16-2
TOTALS 15-2 1-0 - 30-6 16-2
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