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Elianne Douglas-Miron
Height: 5'6"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Ottawa, Canada
High School: Louis-Riel
Experience: High School

2013-14 (Sophomore): Finished the season in singles play going 10-8 altogether; 5-9 in the top spot and 5-0 in the two spot…ranked as high as No. 97 during the season ... early on in the year completed a four game winning streak from early February leading into the month of March, defeating UC Santa Barbara’s April Scatliffe (6-7, 6-3, 10-8), San Diego State’s Kristin Buth (3-6, 6-1, 6-1), St. Mary’s Jamie Pawid (6-1, 6-2), and Portland’s Sophie Van Den Aarrsen (6-2, 2-6, 6-1)…picked up three Pac-12 wins against Arizona’s Lacey Smyth (6-2, 6-0), Julyette Steur of Colorado (6-3, 6-7), and  Tereza Bekerova of Utah (6-3, 6-4)…went undefeated in the two spot this season, with one outstanding defeat earlier in the season against St. Mary’s, dominating Jamie Pawid in a near shutout (6-1, 6-2)…partnered with Shimizu throughout the entire season, competing at the top spot and finishing 13-9, tying for the most wins of the season in doubles play, alongside duo Ysidora/Coronel…six of their wins stemmed from Pac-12 defeats, where they went 5-4 in Pac-12, picking up wins from Arizona State’s Sahagun/Osborne (8-3), Arizona’s Austin/Smyth (8-1), Washington State’s Luzina/Leenknecht (8-2), Oregon’s Long/Hager (8-7 (10-8)), Colorado’s Steur/Tiefel (5-2), and Bekerova/Miles of Utah (8-3)…Early in the season, the duo dominated pre-Pac-12 with a four game winning streak in late January leading into February, defeating BYU, UC Santa Barbara, San Diego State, and St. Mary’s.

2012-13 (Freshman): Competed in the number two and three spot in singles play, finishing the season 11-11 overall… at the two spot, Douglas-Miron went 1-3, snagging her only defeat at the two spot against Portland’s Sabine Fuchs (7-6, 6-2)…went 10-9 overall in the three spot, two of which were Pac-12 wins, against Arizona’s Laura Oldham (7-5, 3-6, 6-2) and Arizona State’s Leighann Sahagun (6-3, 3-6, 6-3)…in doubles play, paired with Shimizu, the duo went 12-10 at the top spot, finishing 12-10 in the overall season. The pair started off the season strong, going 4-0 in the first four games, dominating Seattle U’s Lambert/Weissman (8-0), Hawai’i’s Poljakova/Suworowa (8-5), Caly Poly’s Lee/Bott (8-4) and USF’s Alonso/Vasinina (8-5)… their first loss as a pair came from ITA National Qualifying Match, Round 2, against UCLA’s Anderson/Morton (8-1)…In Pac-12 play, went 2-8 in singles play, and 6-4 in doubles play, defeating Anderson/Morton of UCLA (8-3), Arizona State’s N.Smith/Cako (9-7), Arizona’sSmith/Austin (8-5), and finished the season strong with a sweep against Vasilieva/Luzina of Washington State (8-0) on April 20. 

High School and Personal: Parents are Caroline Douglas and Philippe Miron ... has one younger brother, Gabriel, and one older sister, Corinne ... competed at Canada's National Training Center from 2009-11 and then moved to the Carleton Tennis Center in 2011-12 ... achieved a career-best ITF junior world ranking of No. 133 in 2010 ... was a finalist at the 2011 All Canadian Junior Championships in both singles and doubles ... at 2010 U18 Canadian Junior Nationals, made singles final and won doubles title ... competed in the singles and doubles draws at the 2010 Australian Open juniors ... won doubles title at the 2009 Yucatan World Cup, a grade 1 tourney ... singles and doubles finalist at the 2009 Condor de Plata Tournament in Bolivia, a grade 2 event ... also won 2009 doubles titles at the Prince Cup in Miami and the Panama Cup.
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