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Whitney Wolf
Height: 5'8"
Class: Senior
Experience: 4 Letters
City/State: Pride, La.
High School: Louisiana Home School
Major: Human Movement Science
Born: 09/09/1990
Whitney Wolf Bio
Courtesy: LSUsports.net (@LSUsports)
Release: 05/15/2012

Cox Student Athlete of the Week (May 7, 2012)
2011 All-Louisiana Second Team
2010 All-Louisiana Second Team

SENIOR SEASON (2011-2012)
Compiled a team-high 12 dual match doubles victories on court one playing alongside Keri Frankenberger ... Won 18 doubles matches dating back to the fall including a tournament victory at the Utah Invitational in November ... Four SEC doubles wins led the team including a memorable 8-3 victory against Arkansas on Senior Day ... Tallied seven dual match singles victories, including six on court one ... Second on the team with 18 singles wins dating back to the fall ... Earned Cox Student Athlete of the Week honors for the week of May 7 ... Earned victories against ranked opponents in both singles and doubles en route to an upset dual match win over then-No. 12 Tennessee ... Compiled a 6-3 doubles record in fall tournaments ... Won eight of her last 10 singles matches to finish the fall off on a high note.

JUNIOR SEASON (2010-11)
Named to the All-Louisiana Second Team ... Compiled a 16-21 overall record in singles matches and a 12-20 clip in doubles outings ... Posted a 7-5 singles record in the fall including three wins over nationally-ranked opponents ... Opened the fall in impressive fashion with a 6-4, 2-6, 6-4 victory over No. 20 Kristi Boxx of Ole Miss at the SEC Coaches' Classic ... Also knocked off No. 31 Nadja Gilchrist of Georgia at the SEC Coaches' Classic ... Began the spring season ranked No. 33 in the ITA singles rankings ... Advanced to the quarterfinals of the USTA/ITA Southern Regional Championships before falling to Boxx ... Coupled with Keri Frankenberger to knock off Utah's 49th-ranked doubles duo of Anastasia Putilina and Paige Miles 8-6 at the UVA Winter Invitational ... Joined with Frankenberger to topple No. 16 Maria Fuccillo and Rashmi Teltumbde of Virginia 8-2 at the UVA Winter Invitational ... Accumulated two spring singles wins over nationally-ranked opponents including a 6-4, 6-1 defeat of No. 65 Anya Morgina of South Carolina ... Teamed with Kaitlin Burns to post a 5-5 doubles mark at the No. 1 post during the spring season ... Collected two victories over nationally-ranked opponents with Burns including an 8-6 win over Iowa's No. 40 Sonja Molnar and Jessica Young ... Reached as high as No. 62 in the ITA Doubles rankings teaming with Burns ... Ended the spring ranked No. 75 in the singles rankings.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009-10)
Captured a team-high of four wins over nationally-ranked opponents ... Finished the season with an 18-21 overall record in singles and the most doubles wins on the team with 23 ... Ranked-11th in singles and fifth in doubles in the final ITA Southern Region rankings ... Named to the All-Louisiana Second Team ... Partnered with Keri Frankenberger holds the best record in dual doubles wins as they completed the season with a 10-5 record at the No. 1 slot ... Led the Lady Tigers in the fall with a team-best 10-3 overall record ... Took down several SEC opponents to advance to the quarterfinals of the ITA Southern Regionals in singles where she fell to Alabama's No. 61 Courtney McLane ... Also made it to the quarterfinals of the ITA Southern Regional Doubles Championships paired with Nicole Kantor ... Knocked off her first ranked opponent of the season when she defeated 66th-ranked Anna Redesci of DePaul 6-2, 6-4 at the Rice Invitational ... Ended the fall season on a 3-match win streak in singles ... Garners a 7-5 doubles record matched with Keri Frankenberger and Kantor ... Ended her fall season on the right foot as she knocked off Cornell's Christine Ordway 6-1, 6-3 to capture the championship of Flight 1 at the Harvard Invitational ... Earned second varsity letter.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2008-09)
Compiled a 15-19 singles record... Claimed her first victory as a Lady Tiger in the Gopher Invitational defeating Merel Beleen of Iowa 6-1, 6-1... Won the Flight B consolation of the Wildcat Invitational... Advanced to the semifinals of the consolation of the Main North Draw at the ITA Southwest Regional... Claimed the consolation of the White Draw in the SEC Fall Coaches Classic... Captured her most important victory of her young career when she took down Maya Johansson of UCLA 6-3,6-4, which marked her first victory over a ranked opponent...  Clinched LSU's match against Oregon... Partnered with Hannah Robinson, amassed 12 victories on court two in the spring... Earned first varsity letter.

PRIOR TO LSU
Top-ranked junior player in Louisiana for the 2008 class according to tennisrecruiting.net ... Listed as a five star recruit and ranked as high as No. 36 in the nation ... Achieved a ranking of No. 2 in the Southern region during her senior year.

PERSONAL
Full name is Whitney Alexis Wolf ... Born Sept. 9, 1990 ... Daughter of Byron and Tracy Hanks ... Has one brother, William ... Chose LSU because she liked the players, coaches and the big school atmosphere ... Began playing tennis when she was eight years old ... Coached by Kirsty Llewellyn Berthelot who played for coach Minnis and LSU from 1993-96.

WOLF'S CAREER STATISTICS

Singles

 

Overall

vs. Top 125

SEC Dual

Year

W
L
Pct.
W
L
Pct.
W
L
Pct.
2008-09
15
19
.441
1
4
.200
1
7
.125
2009-10

18

21

.462

4

13

.235

3

8

.273

2010-11

16

21

.432

6

15

.286

2

9

.182

2011-12

18

20

.474

2

13

.133

3

8

.273

Totals
67
81
.453
13
45
.224
9
32
.220

Doubles

 

Overall

vs. Top 60

SEC Dual

Year
W
L
Pct.
W
L
Pct.
W
L
Pct.
2008-09

12

20

.375

1

3

.250

1

8

.111

2009-10

23

17

.575

1

9

.100

6

5

.545

2010-11

12

20

.375

4

8

.333

4

6

.400

2011-12

18

16

.529

2

13

.133

4

6

.400

Totals
65
73
.471
8
33
.195
15
25
.375

 

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