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Ekaterina Kosminskaya
Year: Junior
Hometown: Moscow, Russia
High School: Moscow School No. 204

2008-09: Honorable mention All-Ivy in singles ... Compiled a 10-11 overall record, including a 4-10 dual match record playing all matches at the No. 1 position ... Made it to the Round of 16 at the Wilson/ITA East Regional Championships ... Won the doubles title at the Cissie Leary Invitational with partner Alexa Ely ... Went 7-12 in doubles play.


2007-08: 2008 NCAA Doubles Championship qualifier with partner Julia Koulbitskaya ... First-team All-Ivy in singles ... Second-team All-Ivy in doubles with Julia Koulbitskaya ... Went 16-8 in singles matches ... Was 8-2 in the fall and 8-6 in the spring ... Played all 14 of her spring matches at the No. 1 position ... Won four matches over ranked opponents ... Was 4-1 in Ivy matches ... Advanced to the semifinals of the William & Mary Invitational (9/14-9/15) where she fell to #1 Aurelija Miseviciute of Arkansas ... Was 22-5 in doubles matches ... Was 12-1 in the fall and 10-4 in the spring ... Played all 14 spring matches at the No. 1 position ... Went 4-1 in Ivy doubles matches ... With Koulbitskaya, combined to win two fall doubles titles ... Won four matches at the William & Mary Invitational (9/13-9/15) and four at the Cissie Leary Invitational (9/21-9/23) to win the championships ... Advanced to the doubles semifinal at the Wilson/ITA East Regional (10/20-10/22).

2006-07: Ivy League Player of the Year (unanimous) ... Ivy League Rookie of the Year (unanimous) ... ITA East Region Rookie of the Year ... Unanimous first-team All-Ivy, singles ... Unanimous first-team All-Ivy, doubles ... Part of the first doubles pair in Penn women’s tennis history to qualify for the NCAA Championships ... Finished the season ranked No. 46 in doubles, with Maria Anismova ... Upset LSU’s Megan Falcon and Hannah Robinson (No. 35) in the first round of the NCAA Championships, before losing to Vanderbilt’s Amanda Fish and Amanda Taylor (ranked No. 11) in the Round of 16 ... Ranked as high as No. 19 nationally in doubles, with Anismova ... Teamed with Anismova to win five straight doubles match from Jan. 27 to Feb. 17 ... Went 18-4 in doubles in the spring, including a perfect 7-0 Ivy record with Lenka Snajdrova ... Played No. 1 singles all season ... Went 16-3 in singles, with all three losses coming from players ranked in the top 50 ... Went 7-0 in Ivy League matches in the spring, without losing a set ... Had a five-match win streak from Feb. 24 to March 11, and an eight-match streak from March 25 to Apr. 21.

High School:  Ranked 24th in singles and 10th in doubles in the ITF Junior Ranking ... Ranked No. 1 in the 16 and under age group ...  Two time winner of European Team Championship (2002 and 2004) ... Two time winner of Orange Bowl in Doubles (2002 and 2003) ... Semifinalist in doubles in 2004 Australian Open and 2004 Orange Bowl ... Made it to the third round of Wimbledon in 2004 ... Made it to the third round in the US Open in 2004 and 2005 ... Made it to the second round in the 2005 Australian Open.

Personal: Daughter of Irina Kosminskaya and Petr Kosminsky ... Enrolled in Wharton.

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