Co-Captain…Three-year letterwinner who played predominatly at the No. 2 doubles spot and No. 4 singles ... Semifinalist at the ITA National Summer Championships in August 2001.
Compiled a 20-13 singles record, notching second most wins on the team to Erin Hoe…Played anywhere from No. 2 singles through No. 5…Was undefeated in the No. 2 position (2-0)…4-5 at No. 3 and 8-3 at No. 4…Had a 15-9 singles dual record…Played No. 2 doubles with Dea Sumantri (16-5)…Overall doubles record of 20-13…Pac-10 All-Academic second-team selection.
Posted a 10-7 singles record with an 8-6 mark in dual matches...Played No. 6 singles in the NCAA Tournament ... Had a 3-3 doubles record...An honorable mention All-Pac-10 Academic Team selection.
Competed during the summer as an amateur on the women’s pro tennis tour ... Showed great promise in her first collegiate season by playing in the No. 3-6 positions ... Saw action early in the year playing in the UW Fall Invitational ... Posted a 2-1 record in the UW Fall Invitational garnering her a finals victory in the consolation bracket ... Posted a seven-match winning streak throughout the month of February ... Had an overall singles record of 19-14 ... Played doubles with Ilona Kordonskaya, Zuzana Stunova, Zeta Wagner, and Peggy Wu to capture a 16-13 overall record.
Ranked second in the NorCal U-18 rankings ... Finished in the top 50 in the country in juniors ... Was a singles quarterfinalist at the 1998 National U-18 Indoor Championships ... Received the USTA Sportsmanship Award at that tournament ... Advanced to the finals of the NorCal Sectionals in 1998 and 1999 ... Was undefeated as a junior and senior in singles while playing for Granite Bay H.S.
Parents are Christina and Steve Gray ... Has an older sister, Michele, who attends UW, and a younger brother, Chris ... Father played soccer at San Jose State and grandfather was a basketball player at USC ... Is contemplating a career with the F.B.I. ... Enjoys tennis and watching movies.
GRAY’S CAREER RECORD
Year Singles (dual/overall) Doubles (dual/over all)
1999-2000 13-8/19-14 12-8/16-13
2000-2001 8-6 / 10-7 2-2 / 3-3
2001-2002 15-9/20-13 16-8/20-13
Career 36-23/49-34 30-18/39-29