|| Lejla Hodzic
2007-08: Did not compete in singles during the fall season ... participated in just two doubles matches, teaming with Celia Durkin to collect an 8-2 win against Hawai'i in a mock dual match.
2006-07: Pac-10 All-Academic selection ... finished the year at 17-14 overall and 11-8 in dual match play ... 9-8 against Pac-10 opponents ... 8-2 in home matches ... 6-7 in three-set matches ... fashioned a 9-7 record at the No. 6 position of the lineup ... advanced to the semifinals of the Pac-10 Championships Individual bracket, going 3-1 on the weekend ... knocked off No. 27 Cristina Visico of California 6-4, 6-3 at the National Team Indoors for her most impressive win over nationally-ranked opponent ... won three matches in a row on four different occasions ... competed in six singles matches during the fall season, finishing 3-3 ... competed in two tournaments (Cal Invitational and ITA Northwest Regional) ... posted a combined 4-3 record in doubles during the fall, playing with Theresa Logar and Jessica Nguyen ... ranked No. 44 in ITA rankings with Nguyen as her partner.
2005-06: Finished the season with a 10-3 record in singles, including a 7-1 record in dual matches ... split her playing time at the No. 5 and No. 6 positions ... notched six wins against Pac-10 foes during the year ... advanced to the round of 16 at the ITA Northwest Regional in the fall ... also advanced to the round of 16 at the Pac-10 Invitational ... started for the Cardinal at No. 3 doubles with Jessica Nguyen, collecting a 17-1 record in dual play ... went 5-0 with Nguyen in NCAA Tournament competition and earned NCAA All-Tournament Team honors ... advanced to the quarter-finals of the Pac-10 Championship in their only tournament together.
2004-05: Tallied 21 wins with nine dual victories in her rookie campaign ... finished the year at No. 56 in the final ITA Singles Ranking ... a severe ankle sprain forced her to miss the NCAA Team Championship ... earned a bid to the NCAA Singles Championship, but suffered a loss in the opening round in her first match back after over a month off the court ... recorded a second-place finish at the Freeman Memorial Championship, defeating four straight nationally-ranked foes to advance to the title match, including a 6-3, 6-4 win over then-No. 3 Suzi Babos (Cal) ... also re-corded a runner-up finish in doubles along with Deason ... started her collegiate career with a 5-2 record in fall play ... advanced to the finals of the Arizona State Thunderbird Invitational before falling to Deason, 6-2, 2-6, 6-3 ... scored one win at the ITA Northwest Regional with a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Alyson Tyson of Portland ... paired with Deason in doubles play and advanced to the finals of the ITA Northwest Regional Doubles Champi-onship before falling to teammates Alice Barnes and Erin Burdette in the championship.
Prior to Stanford: Ranked No. 799 in 2004 WTA ranking ... Four-year MVP, Three-year all-American ... 2004 National Easter Bowl Girls' 18 Sportsmanship Award ... 2004 Easter Bowl singles and doubles quarterfinalist ... 2003 Easter Bowl doubles finalist ... Ranked No. 9 nationally in 2002 Girls' 18 ... Undefeated in 2002 Norcal 18s ... 2002 USTA Norcal Girls' 18 Sportsmanship Award ... 2002 Girls' 18 National Clay Courts semifinalist ... 2001 and 2000 CCS Individuals Finalist ... Ranked #1 nationally in 2000 Girls' 14.
Personal: Daughter of Migdat and Alma Hodzic ... Brother, Jasmin, played varsity tennis at University of New Mexico ... Communication major ... Enjoys dancing, traveling, the outdoors and spending time with family.
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