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Krista Hardebeck
Height: 5'7"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Santa Ana, Calif.
High School: Kaplan Online
Major: Political Science
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As a Sophomore (2013-14):
·       All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention selection
·       Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention pick
·       Awarded No. 42 final national ranking
·       Finished 17-15 overall and 11-8 in duals, playing mainly at the No. 2 spot (10-8)
·       6-13 against nationally-ranked opponents
·       6-7 in tournament matches
·       0-4 in three-set matches
·       Provided the clinching point in four matches
·       Won season-high four matches in a row on four different occasions
·       Reached round of 32 at NCAA Singles Championship, upsetting No. 4 Julia Elbaba of Virginia 6-2, 6-2 in the opening round
·       Advanced to round of 16 at ITA Northwest Regional Championship
·       In doubles, teamed mainly with Caroline Doyle as Stanford’s No. 3 team, compiling a 13-5 overall record and 11-3 in duals

As a Freshman (2012-13):
·       All-American in singles
·       ITA Northwest Region Rookie of the Year
·       All-Pac-12 Second Team selection
·       NCAA All-Tournament Team selection (No. 3 doubles with Natalie Dillon)
·       Earned No. 14 final national ranking
·       Compiled team-best 36-13 overall record and was 16-8 in duals, playing mainly at the No. 3 spot
·       20-5 in tournament matches
·       16-13 against nationally-ranked opponents
·       6-3 in three-set matches
·       Provided the clinching point in six matches
·       Won season-best seven consecutive matches twice during the season
·       Provided clincher in Stanford’s 4-3 upset of No. 1 Florida in the semifinals (May 20), rallying for a three-set win after losing the first frame and trailing 5-1 in the second set
·       Competing in her first career tournament, reached quarterfinals of ITA All-American Championships in October
·       Captured singles title at ITA Northwest Regional Championships in October
·       Earned runner-up singles finish at Pac-12 Championships
·       Defeated Nebraska’s Patricia Veresova 6-3, 6-0 on Oct. 2 at the ITA All-American Championships in collegiate debut
·       In doubles, 17-11 overall and 14-7 in duals with Natalie Dillon, forming Stanford’s No. 3 duo and booking key postseason victories over USC (May 17) and Texas A&M (May 21)

Prior to Stanford:
·       Attended El Modena High School for 1.5 years before finishing her final 2.5 years at California Virtual Academy (CAVA)
·       While at El Modena High School, won consecutive Century League singles titles with respective trips to the quarterfinals and finals of the CIF-SS singles tournament
·       Ranked as nation's No. 1 recruit in her class by tennisrecruiting.net
·       Competed on professional circuit and took part in international events
·       2010 USTA Easter Bowl champion
·       Top seed at the USTA Girls' 18 USTA National Championships in August after earning bronze in the previous year
·       Competed in Junior Girls' Wimbledon

Personal:
·       Born in Tustin, Calif.
·       Parents are James and Anne
·       Has one brother, Mark, and one sister, Lisa

Career Statistics
Singles
Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 Overall Dual
2012-13 0-1 4-1 12-6 - - - 36-13 16-8
2013-14 1-0 10-8 - - - - 17-15 11-8
TOTALS 1-1 14-9 12-6 - - - 53-28 27-16

Doubles

Year 1 2 3 Overall Dual
2012-13 - - 14-7 17-11 14-7
2013-14 - - 11-3 13-5 11-3
TOTALS - - 25-10 30-16 25-10
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