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Jaime Yapp-Shing
Year: Senior
City/State: Miami, Fla.
High School: Ransom Everglades
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2013-14: Went 11-8 overall in singles play, including 2-4 in Ivy League matches ... Finished 18-7 in doubles matches, including 3-2 in Ivy play ... Saw most of her action in the No. 4 position in singles, and at the No. 2 position in doubles with Sonya Latycheva ... Put together a run of nine-straight doubles victories early in the spring ... Won her last collegiate singles match 7-5, 7-5, clinching the Quakers Ivy win against Cornell (4/20) ... In the fall, went 3-1 at the Cissie Leary Invitational in doubles, with Kana Daniel.

2012-13: Went 7-8 (2-3 Ivy) in singles play, playing the majority of her matches at No. 4 … Went 8-12 (1-4 Ivy) in doubles play, playing the majority of her matches at No. 2 … Defeated Yale’s Sarah Kandath in three sets at fourth singles (4/5) … Defeated Dartmouth’s Sarah Bessen in straight sets at fourth singles (4/13) … Went 3-1 at the Columbia Invitational in Flight B doubles play with Alex Ion (9/16) … Went 2-1 at the Tribe Invitational in Flight A doubles play with Stephanie Do (10/6) … Went 2-2 in the spring with Jules Rodin in doubles play … Defeated Cornell at third doubles with Srinidhi Raghavan (4/21).

2011-12: Went 1-2 in limited singles play and 8-4 in doubles during the fall ... Did not compete in the spring season due to injury ... Went 1-0 at Cissie Leary Invitational in singles before defaulting with an injury ... Won Columbia and Cissie Leary Invitational doubles with Sol Eskenazi ... Qualified for ITA Regional doubles with Eskenazi ... Participated in ITA Regional singles qualifying.

2010-11: Went 15-11 (2-5 Ivy) in singles, playing the majority of her matches at No. 3, but as high as two ... Finished 12-12 (2-5 Ivy) in doubles, playing all but two matches at No. 2 ... Columbia Invitational doubles champion with Alexa Ely ... 2-1 in singles at Cissie Leary Invitational ... Started the fall season winning five straight doubles matches ... Won both her matches played at No. 1 doubles to start the spring, against Drexel (1/19) and Norfolk State (1/22) ... Won seven of her first eight singles matches to start the spring season, including a six-match winning streak ... Won her final two singles matches of the year, against Cornell (4/15) and Columbia (4/17).

High School: Lettered seven times in tennis at Ransom Everglades ... Three-year captain ... Helped team to six straight county and regional championships (2005-10) and three state titles (2005, 06, 08) ... Four-time individual state champion (2005-08) ... Five-time first-team all-county in singles (2006-10) and doubles (2005-09) ... Two-time All-Sport Sportsmanship Award recipient ... Four-time team MVP ... 2006 team Most Outstanding Player and 2005 team Rookie of the Year ... At USTA level, two-time Bronze Ball winner (16s and 18s) and one Silver Ball (14s) at Nationals ... Sportsmanship Award recipient at 2008 Florida Bush Open ... Mu Alpha Theta ... Spanish Honor Society member ... Leadership and Diversity Council secretary ... Miami Herald Scholar-Athlete Award.

Personal: Daughter of Geraldine and Andrew Yapp-Shing ... Enrolled in the Wharton School of Business.

Singles
  1 2 3 4 5 6 Fall Spring Overall
2010-11   1-5 9-2       5-4 10-7 15-11
2011-12             1-2 0-0 1-2
2012-13   0-1 1-0 5-4     1-3 6-5 7-8
2013-14   1-0  1-1  3-5  1-0    5-2  6-6  11-8 
Career   2-6 11-2 8-9 1-0    12-11 22-18 34-29

 

Doubles
  1 2 3 Fall Spring Overall
2010-11 2-0 5-10   5-2 7-10 12-12
2011-12       8-4 0-0 8-4
2012-13   2-6 1-1 5-5 3-7 8-12
2013-14    10-3  0-1 8-3  10-4  18-7 
Career 2-0 17-19 1-2 18-11 20-21 46-35

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