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Lindsey Hardenbergh
Lindsey  Hardenbergh


Fairfax Station, Va.

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Fraser and Hardenbergh Named to All-ACC Academic Team

Cavalier seniors are repeat selections

• ITA Singles All-American (Virginia's first ITA All-American)
• NCAA Singles Round of 16 (first two NCAA singles wins in UVa history)
• NCAA Doubles Championship participant with Erin Vierra
• All-ACC
• Two-time ACC Player of the Week (Feb. 22, Apr. 19)
• Ranked a career-high No. 27 to end season (highest UVa ranking in 16 years)
• Went 42-9 in singles, setting a school record for wins in a season
• Had a 24-3 dual match record, including an 11-0 record in ACC play
• Had a school-record 17-match winning streak
• 2011 ITA National Team Indoors All-Tournament Team
• Ranked as high as No. 12 nationally in doubles, ending the year at No. 27
• ACC All-Academic Team
• 2011 Father-Daughter USTA Grass Court National Champion with her father, Craig

• All-ACC
• ACC All-Academic Team
• NCAA Singles Championship participant
• Ranked as high as No. 38 nationally in singles during the year and ended the season ranked No. 67 nationally
• Posted a 29-19 singles record, including a 12-12 record at No. 1 singles
• Ranked as high as No. 35 nationally in doubles with Erin Vierra and the duo ended the season ranked No. 41 nationally
• Went 35-7 in doubles with Vierra
• Won UVa Invitational Singles title and was singles runner-up at UK Invitational
• Reached the semifinals in singles and doubles at the ITA Atlantic Regional
• Won UK Invitational doubles title with Vierra

• Posted a 23-15 singles record and an 18-8 doubles record
• Went 3-0 at Georgia Invitational
• Singles finalist at Virginia Tech Invitational
• Won USTA Futures Circuit event in October in St. Louis
• 2009 Father-Daughter USTA Grass Court National Champion with her father, Craig


• Ranked as high as No. 42 nationally in girls 18s in singles
• Won two Virginia state doubles championships at Robinson
• Won four national doubles titles in juniors
• Won Sportsmanship Award at Fed Cup tournament in California
• Top 30 recruit in 2008 by

• Daughter of Aimee and Craig Hardenbergh
• Father played tennis at Maryland
• Has an older brother, Andrew
• Was selected to be part of the Washington Post's young journalist coverage of the 2008 NCAA Basketball Tournament at the Verizon Center


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