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    Agnes Wiski     
     
      Agnes Wiski
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Flushing, N.Y.

High School:
Benjamin Cardozo H.S.

Height:
5-10

Birthdate:
08/01/1980

PATRICK ON WISKI:
"Agnes has been real solid for us in singles and is developing into a very good doubles player. We expect her to do some great things for us in both parts of the lineup this year."
JUNIOR (2000-01):
Evolved into a key singles contributor, playing at the No. 4 spot?Recorded a team-high 38 wins in singles action?Amassed a 38-13 record in singles and a 26-16 record in doubles for a combined 64-29 mark?Came from behind on April 13th to defeat Georgia's Anne Nguyen, 3-6, 7-6(4), 6-1 as UT upended the defending National Champion?Teamed with Brooke Cordell, Catherine Hall, Kim Gates, Dana Noel and Alison Ojeda at different phases of the season in doubles before settling down with Cordell for the final part of the dual season?The UT pair went 9-5 in dual play?Played to a combined 25-7 record in the fall?Competed in three flight championships, winning two of them?Won the UNLV Fall Invitational flight two championship over her teammate, Kim Gates, 6-1, 6-4?Captured the St. Mary's Health System Classic flight two championship with a 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 downing of Furman's Meredith Moore?Teamed with freshman Brooke Cordell in doubles play and went 8-1?Also played with Catherine Hall for one tournament?Wiski and Cordell captured two flight championships and one round-robin tournament victory?Wiski was ranked No. 92 in the preseason ITA singles rankings?Received the Lady Vol Achievement Award?Named to the Lady Vol Honor Roll? EarnedAcademic All-SEC honors for the first time.
SOPHOMORE (1999-2000):
Played to a combined 42-34 record?Split the season playing at the second and third singles slots?Finished the year with a 19-23 singles record?Defeated Princeton's Amanda Hastings-Phillips, 2-6, 6-3, 6-1, as the Lady Vols advanced in the NCAA Championships?Registered five straight victories from Jan. 16 to Feb. 13, including an upset of the No. 101 ranked Kendrick Bunn of North Carolina on Feb. 13?In doubles action, Wiski played with four different Lady Vols, posting a 23-11 record?Opened the season playing with Ojeda?Had a stint with Dana Noel and Vilmarie Castellvi before finishing the season with Candy Reid?Reid and Wiski proved to be a successful match as the Orange and White tandem went 18-5 at the second doubles position, earning First Team All-SEC recognition?The pair boasted two upset wins over ranked opponents?The first came on Feb. 13 over No. 50 Bunn-Pinchbeck of North Carolina?The next came over No. 42 Skeen-Bradwell of Kentucky?Named to the Lady Vol Academic Honor Roll.
FRESHMAN (1998-1999):
Gained valuable experience in her first season at Tennessee as she was elevated to the top singles position for the majority of the dual campaign and finished with a 16-20 singles mark?Concluded her freshman season with a 31-35 combined singles/doubles ledger?Netted a grueling three-set victory over 49th-ranked Barbara Urbanska of Wisconsin, 6-2, 4-6, 6-4, in singles competition at the NCAA Regional held at the UT Varsity Courts on May 16?Posted a 15-15 doubles mark, including slates of 6-7, 5-5, 1-0 and 3-3, respectively, with partners Dana Noel, Meiling Parks, Candy Reid and Emily Woodside?Teamed with Noel to provide Tennessee with one of its biggest dual victories of the season as the duo registered an emotional 9-8 (7-4) triumph over Katarina Markovski and Celine Regnier to give the Lady Vols a 5-4 win over South Carolina on March 28.
HIGH SCHOOL:
Earned Public School Athletic League individual singles championships three consecutive years?Member of two-time PSAL team championship squad and Mayor's Cup champions her freshman season?Served as team captain as a senior?Was a grass court doubles finalist and singles quarterfinalist in the under-18 division?Doubles indoor finalist and semifinalist and doubles champion at the Port Washington International Tournament?Received award six consecutive years at U.S. Open Tournament for being among the top three in the East Region?Earned academic and English honors in high school.
PERSONAL:
Wiski is majoring in psychology?Aspires to earn world ranking after earning All-America honors as a collegian?Admires Monica Seles for striving to get back to what she loves to do most (play tennis)?Has one sister, Katherine, 28?Agnes Diana Wiski was born Aug. 1, 1980, in Queens, N.Y?Parents are Ludwik and Alicia Wiski.

WISKI'S COLLEGIATE RECORD
YEARSINGLESDOUBLESCOMBINED
1998-9916-2015-1531-35
1999-0019-2323-1142-34
2000-0138-1326-1664-29
TOTALS73-5664-42137-98

AGNES WISKI'S FAVORITES
Food:Chicken and rice
Movie:Road Trip
TV show:Friends
Musical Artists:Jay-Z and Nelly
Sports figure:Monica Seles
Class:Health 310 First Aid
Sports memory:When I was down match points against Georgia and I came back in the third set to win the match to help our team beat the Bulldogs at home
Thing to do with your free time:Watch TV and sleep
Post-match meal:Turkey sandwich and Gatorade
Junk food:Ice cream
Childhood memory:When my sister Kathy and I first started playing tennis together
Place on campus:The fountain by the Clarence Brown Theatre
Three words that best describe me are:Outgoing, emotional, athletic
My biggest pet peeve is:When someone is not on time
I most admire:My father, Ludwik Wiski, for his love and dedication
My dream job would be:Being an actress

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