Washington: Three-year letterwinner.
1999-2000 (Junior): Holds a WTA ranking of No. 231 ... Competed in the $75,000 USTA Womenís Challenge ... Competed during the summer as amateur on the womenís pro tennis tour, where she reached the quarterfinals in both Salt Lake City and the Bronx ... Won the $25,000 ITF tournament in Winnipeg, Canada, qualifying her for the Japan Open ... Ranks first in Husky history in career singles wins after three seasons with 83 ... Qualified for the NCAA Championships in singles ... Selected to the first team All-Pac-10 team for the second year in a row (marking the first that a Washington womenís tennis player has received all Pac-10 honors two years in a row) ... Finished the season ranked No. 6 in the nation and spent five weeks in the top position in the weekly ITA poll ... Ended the season with 28-10 overall record and 15-4 in dual matches ... Her 28 victories ranks second in Washington history ... After winning the Pac-10 Indoor Tournament in January, she advanced to the Rolex National Indoor Final, upsetting four higher ranked players along the way, eventually falling to Stanfordís Laura Granville ... Won 25 of her last 31 matches, including wins over 23 ranked players ... team with Darija Klaic to rank as high as 43rd ... Lost her NCAA first-round singles match.
1998-99 (Sophomore): Qualified for the NCAA Championships in both singles and doubles ... Named first-team all-Pac-10 ... Spent the entire season ranked in the top 22 in singles before finishing the year at No. 24 ... Finished at No. 5 regionally ... Climbed as high as 11th in the country in the fall ... Advanced to the quarterfinals of the Rolex Nationals after making the semifinals of the regional championship in the fall ... Defeated eight ranked opponents and lost just four singles matches to opponents not ranked at match time ... Played the entire dual season at No. 1, posting a 12-7 mark ... Her 24 singles wins ranks tied for fourth in UW history ... Teamed with Ilona Kordonskaya to rank as high as 22nd in the nation in doubles ... The duo finished the season at 23rd in the ITA rankings, defeating five ranked doubles teams during the year ... Placed second at the Pac-10 Invitational in Flight I doubles ... Earned second-team academic all-Pac-10 honors ... Awarded the teamís most valuable award.
1997-98 (Freshman): Earned the first All-America certificate in program history ... Reached the quarterfinals of the NCAA Singles Championship before falling to 13th-ranked Zuzana Lesnarova of San Diego, 6-2, 7-6 ... Was the first Husky to receive an invitation to the singles tournament ... Climbed to a ranking of 19th in the nation and sixth in the region by the seasonís end after appearing in the preseason poll at No. 34 nationally ... Named Rookie of the Year for the Northwest Region ... Earned second-team all-Pac-10 honors ... Set a UW single-season record for wins in a season with her 31-9 overall mark ... Played all but one dual match in the No. 1 singles slot ... Faced 17 ranked opponents in the spring, winning 11 of those matches ... Upset No. 15 Dora Djilianova of Fresno State, 6-3, 7-6, to lead the Huskies to an upset dual-match victory ... Also topped 14th-ranked Annica Cooper of UCLA, 4-6, 7-5, 7-5, in dual-match play ... Defeated Anne Kremer, ranked in the WTAís top 100, who plays at No. 1 for Stanford ... Lost only one singles match to an unranked opponent in the spring ... Won 11 straight singles outings (Feb. 1-Mar. 22) ... Advanced to the quarterfinals of both the Pac-10 Championships and the Rolex Regional tournament ... Placed third in Flight I at the UW Fall Invitational ... Lost only four singles sets in the fall of her rookie year while compiling a 6-2 record ... Teamed with Zuzana Stunova to play doubles, finishing the season at 13-7 and in the No. 1 slot ... The duo posted the only doubles win in a dual match against No. 21 Southern Cal, downing Safarvo-Warkentin, 8-6 ... Also swept USCís Boyd-Huber, 6-3, 6-3, in the first round of Pac-10s ... Kraszewski compiled an overall doubles mark of 15-11 with three different partners.
Juniors/High School: Graduated from West Torrance High School ... Was the No. 1-ranked under-18 player in Southern California as of August 1997 ... Ranked No. 7 in the country in U-18s in July 1997 but fell to No. 11 by summerís end because of an injury ... Defeated Amy Frasier, a touring pro ranked in the top 25 at the time, at the Kramer Pro Am.
Personal: Is the only child of Donna and Tad Kraszewski ... Also enjoys swimming, running at the beach, and shopping.