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Emily Kirchem
 Emily Kirchem

Fairview, Ore.

High School:


2004-05: Named to the All-MWC team for the second season in a row...named MWC Women's Tennis Player of the Week two times, the first a CSU player has been MWC Player of the Week two times in a season...ended the season ranked No. 24 in the ITA Central Region Rankings...finished the season 20-11, going 14-5 at No. 2 and 2-1 at No. 1 in dual play...went 4-5 in singles tournament play...in doubles play went 16-14 all at No. 1 in dual play...was 8-5 in dual play and 3-5 in tournament play with partner Dasha Zhuring...was 5-4 in dual play with partner Anne Andersen.

2003-04: Had an outstanding freshman year, finishing with a 23-9 (.718) record at the No. 1 and No. 2 positions...was the only Ram named to the MWC All-Conference Team...was named MWC Player of the Week on March 31 for her 2-0 singles performance in Colorado State's 5-2 and 7-0 wins over Wyoming and BYU, respectively...led the Rams in singles wins for the season with 23, which places her second all-time at Colorado State...was ranked No. 18 in the Central Region by the ITA in the fall singles rankings...finished the season ranked No. 23 in the Central Region, the highest ranking ever achieved by a freshman at Colorado State...her win percentage ranks fifth in school history...went 1-1 at the No. 1 position and 16-5 at the No. 2 position...had a 6-3 record in tournament competition and a 17-6 record in dual competition...also played doubles, where she had an 11-21 overall record...primarily teamed up with Dasha Zhurin at the No. 1 position, totaling a 7-12 record.

High School: Earned four varsity letters at Reynolds High School in Troutdale, Oregon...four-time (2000-2003) first team honoree in the Mount Hood Conference, and three-time (2001-2003) player of the year...received first team all-state honors twice (2002-2003) in her prep career...won the Oregon State Athletic Association's (OSSA) Class 4A girls singles tennis championships in 2003 and was a four-time district champion...was four-time Reynolds High School athlete of the month, and was ranked between No. 1 and No. 3 in the USTA Pacific Northwest section for five straight years...lost only two matches in 20 district tournament matches in her high school career.


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