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2010-11 (Junior):Finished her season with 23 overall victories in singles and doubles... Played the majority of the season at the No. 2 singles position... Compiled a singles record of 11-23... Played with four doubles partners throughout the season to gain a 13-20 record... Garnered 2010-11 MW Scholar-Athlete award and spring 2011 academic all-conference award.
2009-10 (Sophomore): Proved that she could compete with the top players in the Mountain West Conference...Earned 21 total victories...Went 13-23 (8-15 during dual competition) while competing the entire season at the No. 2 singles position, competed the entire season at the No. 2 singles position with eight wins...Won three of her final four singles matches, dropping her season's final outing In the Mountain West championships...Combined for an 8-25 record at the No. 1 and No. 2 doubles positions with three partners, Lauren Mulhern, Laura Neal and Melissa Holzinger; five of those wins were in dual matches...Partnered with Neal for three of Neal's 13 wins at No. 1 doubles, helping Neal rank sixth on CSU's all-time list in single-season doubles victories...Following the season, earned the Scholar-Athlete award from the ITA, in addition to academic all-conference honors from the Mountain West.
2008-09 (Freshman): Was a strong competitor during her freshman year, inspiring her teammates with a determination to win...She was second in singles victories to now-graduated senior Greer Satherlie, competing at the Nos. 2 and 3 positions in her first year for the Rams...Second in doubles wins under senior Laura Neal with four different partners (Neal, Kirsten Stople, Caitlin Fluegge and now-graduated senior Lauren Strasburger)...Had a record of 4-1 in doubles with Neal as a partner...2009 MWC Scholar Athlete Award and academic all-conference recipient.
High School: During her career reached highs of third in the state of Utah, fifth in the Intermountain Region and 201st nationally in the USTA rankings...Earned four varsity letters in tennis at Ogden (Utah) High School...Earned academic all-state honors...Was a four time regional champion and was named MVP of her team her senior year.
Personal: Born Aug. 30, 1990, to Nancy and Steven Arneson...Has two older siblings, Chase and Tessa...Majoring in health and exercise science.
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