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Ania Anuszkiewicz
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Ania Anuszkiewicz 404167
Height: 5'8"
Year: Sophomore
City/State: Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
High School: Lorne Park Secondary
Experience: 2 Letters

Career: Four-year letterwinner • Won 39 doubles and 19 singles matches • Clinched seven team victories in doubles, and twice on the singles court • Her 39 doubles victories tied for 27th place on the school's all-time doubles list • Three wins when playing three set matches and has a pair of victories to her credit when rallying from a set down to achieve victory.

2012 Spring (senior): Shared the team player award at the end of the season banquet, in addition was named recipient of the coaches award • Played the No. 5 and No. 6 singles positions winning three times • Finished singles career with a straight set winner over Arizona State's Clare Frye, 6-1, 6-3 helping CU push the No. 30 nationally ranked Sun Devils to the limit in CU's hard-fought 4-3 loss in Tempe (Apr. 14) • Clinched CU's team road win over New Mexico (Feb. 18) with a straight set victory • In doubles, reached the winners circle three times with a pair with Ashley Tiefel and once with Erin Sanders.

2011 Fall (senior): Won a pair of singles matches and tallied four doubles wins.

2011 Spring (junior): Played the No. 4, No. 5, No. 6 singles positions collecting three wins • Saw action at all three doubles slots with four wins • Teamed Kristina Schleich at No. 1 doubles and upset Texas' nationally ranked No. 23 team of Craddock/Gaytan-Leach, 8-5 for first collegiate win as a tandem (Mar. 20).

2010 Fall (junior): Did not play on the doubles court • Played one singles match at the CU Invitational (Sept. 24-26).

2010 Spring (sophomore): Wrapped up spring season teaming with May 2010 graduate Monica Milewski as the ITA's No. 85 nationally ranked doubles team (out of 90); also finished as the No. 8 (out of 10) Mountain Region doubles team • Played the majority of singles play at the No. 4, No. 5, and No. 6 positions winning four times, including a pair of Big 12 matches • Clinched a CU team victory helping the Buffaloes to 5-2 win over Missouri (Apr. 3) • In doubles, won 12 times • Was a key contributor picking up 10 victories with Milewski with seven wins at No. 2 and another three at No. 1 • Won another pair with Erin Sanders at No. 2 in Big 12 play • Clinched three CU doubles at No. 2 with Milewski (Utah, Jan. 30); New Mexico (Feb. 14); Denver (Feb. 20) • Nationally ranked with Milewski at No. 72 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) poll • Upset NCAA Tournament bound and the nation's No. 20 ranked team of Stojic/Zubori (South Carolina, Mar. 20) • Won a team-best seven straight matches with Milewski (four at No. 2, three at No. 1) and tied a team-high 13 wins all with Milewski.

2009 Fall (sophomore): Won a trio of singles matches picking up at pair at the USAFA Invitational (Oct. 1-3) and one at the CU Invite (Sept. 25-27) • In doubles, won six of eight winning three with Milewski at the CU Invite, and another three with May 2011 graduate Abbie Probert at the USAFA Invite reaching the finals of the Doubles I bracket.

2009 Spring (freshman): Began initial season playing the majority of her singles matches at No. 5 • Won a pair of singles matches at No. 5 and No. 6, both in straight sets • Three victories came against the Big 12 with two of them at No. 6 • In doubles, teamed with May 2009 graduate Franzi Jendrian for nine victories at the No. 2 slot, including five against the Big 12 • Also clinched five doubles team points with Jendrian • Picked up another doubles win at No. 3 with Probert.

Lorne Park Secondary School: Well-rounded athlete not just on the tennis court, also excelled in volleyball and cross country • In tennis, earned championship honors competing for Team Canada in the Under-12 age group • 2005 U-18 Ontario All-Star Tournament singles champion, 2006 Ontario Doubles Indoor Provincials champion in the U-16 age group, and a national indoor selection champion (2007) and earned championship doubles honors in the U-18 Ontario Outdoor Provincials • Nationally ranked in the top-five U-16 age singles group, in addition to being ranked second (Provincially U-16 singles); ranked third (Provincially U-18 singles); and ranked fourth (Provincially U-18 doubles) • During her freshman year, was a member of the regional champion cross country team, and in volleyball, was a member of the regional finalist team • A recipient of several academic awards, named a Gold Key Award winner for outstanding achievement in academics and athletics, in addition to an academic letter, a distinction for making the honor roll all eight semesters of high school • Member of Lorne Park Amnesty group (affiliated with Amnesty International) and the Mentor Program.

Personal: Born Ania Alexandra Anuszkiewicz on July 15, 1990 in Toronto, Canada • Daughter of Zbignlew and the late Jolanta Anuszkiewicz • Interested in becoming a neuroradiologist after graduation • Enjoys reading, photography, drawing and painting • Speaks fluent Polish.

In the Classroom: Integrative Physiology major and will graduate in December 2012 • Named to the 2011-12 Pac-12 Academic first team • Awarded the team's Academic MVP (highest G.P.A.) her senior year • 2009-10 and 2010-11 All-Big 12 Academic first team • Spring 2010, Fall 2009, Spring 2009, Fall 2008 Commissioners Honor Roll • 2009-2010 and 2011-12 Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar-Athlete (equivalent to being called an academic All-American).

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