Alexis Rodriguez

Alexis Rodriguez

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Boca Raton, Fla.

High School:
Spanish River

Height:
5-5

2011-12: Rodriguez posted a 13-21 singles record for the Knights in 2011-12...Was 7-9 at the No. 2 position for the Black and Gold...Posted singles victories over East Carolina, Florida Gulf Coast, No. 10 Tennessee, No. 73 Iowa, Stetson, SMU and Florida Atlantic...Partnered with Jenna Doerfeler and Genevieve Lorbergs in doubles play...Compiled an 11-18 record in doubles.

2010-11: Completed the year with a 7-20 overall singles record and a 6-13 mark in doubles...On April 7, defeated UNF's Danielle Day 6-1, 6-2...Went on a three-match winning streak starting on April 7, defeating UNF, FAU and UAB during the run...Rodriguez partnered with Jenny Frisell in many of her doubles matches...The two went on a five-match winning streak starting on March 7 against Miami...During the winning streak, Rodriguez and Frisell upset No. 36 FSU and No. SMU.

2009-10: Finished the season with a 15-18 overall singles record and a 21-13 mark in doubles...Reached the final at the Seminole Invitational in her respective draw...Faced three nationally-ranked players during the dual-match season in singles...At the No. 2 singles position, Rodriguez claimed an 8-6 record and ended the dual-match season with 10 wins...Partnered with freshman Jenna Doerfler during the fall...The duo reached the final at the UNF Invitational..Began the spring campaign with Doerfler and collected a 3-1 record at the No. 2 doubles position...On March 17 against New Mexico, Jenny Frisell paired up with Rodriguez at No. 1 doubles and they finished the season with a 7-2 record...Rodriguez and Frisell earned a five-match win streak with victories over No. 64 North Florida and No. 28 SMU...Against Stetson on April 9, the duo upset the No. 57-ranked doubles team, 8-4.

2008-09: Racked up an even 17-17 overall singles record during freshman campaign and a 12-17 doubles mark...Amassed six singles victories during the fall...Earned three straight-set wins at the C.L. Varner Memorial en route to the finals of the Flight B bracket...Also collected singles triumphs against Miami's Lauren Greco and FIU's Maria Pazo at the Miami Fall Invitational...During the dual-match season, posted an 11-10 singles record primarily in the No. 4 slot...Strung together a five-match win streak from March 27-April 16 that was snapped against No. 38 Tulsa at the C-USA Championship...Posted doubles wins with Jenny Frisell and Christy Core during the fall campaign against Barry and FIU, respectively...Entered the spring partnered with Frisell collecting a 2-1 record at the FGCU/Johan Kriek Tennis Classic...Joined with Core, Frisell, Andrea Yacaman and Taylor Dubins throughout the spring dual-match season combining for an 8-12 record...Downed North Florida, Stetson and Tulane during a three-match win streak with Yacaman from April 4-16.

Prior to UCF: Selected as the 2007 Boca News Player of the Year and the 2005 Sun Sentinel Player of the Year while at Spanish River High School...A member of the Junior Fed Cup Team, and earned a No. 17 ranking in the Florida Section...Advanced to the finals of the 2007 Class 4A Division 1 singles draw...Named to the Palm Beach Post All-Area First Team as a sophomore thanks to a 10-1 record with district and regional titles at No. 1 singles...Eventually reached the semifinals en route to helping her team claim the Class 4A state title, and also was a singles champion and a doubles finalist as a freshman...Participated in the USTA G18 National Championships, the National Clay Court Championships and the National Opens in 2007...Also posted four singles victories at the Florida Open Championships and reached the finals of the Seminole County Fall Sectional.

Personal: Born Alexis Renee Rodriguez in New York, N.Y....Parents are Angel and Wanda Rodriguez...Father is a tennis director at Boca Poine Country Club and owns a top-10 USPTA ranking in men's 40's singles and doubles...Has one older brother, Dion...Majoring in management.

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