|| Keiko Tokuda
2001-02 (Senior): Ranked No. 30 in the preseason and No. 52 in the Fall ITA Rankings ... Tallied a 6-2 overall ledger in the fall and won her only dual match tilt ... Reached the quarterfinals of the Omni Hotels Northwest Regionals, collecting three staight-set wins along the way ... Won her first two matches of the year at the Riviera ITA All-American Championships ... Defeated Kim Curtis 6-2, 6-0 at No,. 5 singles in Stanford's 7-0 rout of Hawaii ... Completed doubles play with a 3-1 overall mark.
2000-01 (Junior): Tokuda was impressive in her third season with the Cardinal, finishing 29-10 overall and 23-4 in duals- good for a No. 54 final ranking ... Reached the quarterfinals of the ITA Regionals, going 3-1 in the process ... Finished 9-2 against conference opponents and 5-3 against nationally-ranked foes ... Posted a season-high eight-match win streak from Mar. 28- Apr. 20 ... Was 21-4 at the No. 5 spot in the lineup ... Won all four matches during Stanford's NCAA Tournament title run ... Paired up with Sarah Pestieau to make up the Cardinal's No. 3 doubles team, which went 16-4 this season.
1999-00 (Sophomore): Put together a 22-6 overall record and a 12-1 mark in duals, earning All Conference Honorable Mention honors ... Won two singles matches at the Riviera All-American and at the Northwest Regional Championships ... Teamed up with Laura Granville to win the Regional doubles title with a 7-5, 6-1 win over teammates Kalvaria and Lastra .... Also won 13 of her last 14 singles matches ... Began the spring ranked No. 38 in singles and No. 9 in doubles with Laura Granville ... Finished the fall with a 4-2 singles record and a 2-1 record against Pac-10 opponents ... Honorable Mention All-Academic honors.
1998-99 (Freshman): Finished her rookie season ranked No. 73 by the ITA ... Compiled a 27-7 singles record, with a 23-4 dual mark ... Played primarily at No. 5 and No. 6 singles ... Went 5-0 in singles at the NCAA team championship tournament ... Defeated No. 77 Francesca La'O of Caifornia 6-1, 6-3 in the Cardinal 5-1 victory over California in the NCAA tournament ... Finished the season with a 15-8 doubles record with partner Jennifer Heiser, tallying a 12-5 dual record ...Teamed with Marissa Irvin in doubles to capture the final point to defeat Florida (5-1) for the NCAA title. In her first collegiate competition at the Northwest Regional, was one of three Cardinal freshmen to advance to the quarterfinal before falling to eventual champion Anita Kurimay of California 6-2, 7-6 (0)... Defeated 12th seed Claire Curran of California 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 in the fourth round... Also advanced to the quarterfinals in doubles competition at the ITA Regional, teamed with Jennifer Heiser to make up the seventh seed... Defeated Drumm/Nelson of Cal Poly 8-4 in the second round and Hannesdottir/Hoag of Washington 8-0 in the third round before falling to the No. 1 pair of Amanda Augustus and Amy Jensen of California in the quarterfinal match 5-1.
Prior to Stanford: Was ranked No. 1 in the Eastern Region in 1996 in both the 16-&-Under and 18-&-Under groups... Was the 1996 18-&-Under Clay Court National Champion... Four-time New Jersey State High School Champion... Earned eight sportsmanship awards in high school, was rookie of the year in swimming in 1995, member of the National Honor Society and Asian Society... Enjoys the outdoors and music.
Coach Lele Forood says: "Another two-year captain, Keiko exerts great influence on the team. Her outstanding record last year will be repeated and she will be responsible for many key victories down the stretch."
Career Statistics (Singles)
|Year ||1 ||2 ||3 ||4 ||5 ||6 ||Dual ||Overall|
|2001-2002 (Fall Season) || - || - || - || - ||1-0 || - ||1-0 ||6-2|
|2000-2001|| - || - ||1-0||1-0||21-4|| - ||23-4||29-10|
|1999-2000|| - || - || - || - ||2-0||10-1||12-1||22-6|
|1998-1999|| - || - ||1-0||1-0 ||8-0||13-4||23-4||27-7|
|Career|| - || - ||2-0||2-0 ||32-4||23-5||59-9||84-25|