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University of Miami Athletics

Gina Sabatino

Height

5-6

Class

Junior

Hometown

Waltham, MA

High School

Boston University

Fall 2007: Did not participate due to injury.

2006-2007: Finished the season with a record of 30-13 overall, playing mostly in the No. 5 and No. 6 positions … Became just the 10th player in school history to record at least 30 singles wins in a single season … Went 1-0 in the No. 3 position, 4-3 in the No. 4 spot, 8-1 in the fifth position and 6-4 in the sixth … Earned a record of 7-4 against ACC opponents and 11-5 in tournament matches … From Nov. 10 to March 18, went 18-1 in singles play with a close 6-3, 1-6, 3-6 loss to Northwestern’s Nazlie Ghazal on Feb. 2 as the only blemish during the four-month stretch … In doubles action, she finished 24-15 with a record of 7-2 with Audrey Bañada, a 7-5 record teaming with Caren Seenauth, a 4-4 mark with Emily Mowery, a 4-2 mark with Claudia Wasilewski and a 2-2 record with Laura Vallverdu … Began her career at Miami going 3-0 at the Gator Fall Classic, posting two wins over ranked opponents (No. 109 Lolita Frangulyan of Florida and No. 76 Clelia Deltour of Duke) … Closed out the fall season by winning the Miami Invite No. 4 singles bracket, defeating Kelcie Klockenga of Iowa and Shilla D’Armas and Priscilla Castillo of FIU … Played doubles alongside Caren Seenauth and ended the fall campaign going 5-3, gaining wins over Duke and USF at the Gator Fall Classic … Ended the fall on a strong note with Seenauth defeating Iowa’s duo of Kelcie Klockenga and Jacquline Lee, 8-4, on Nov. 20.

2005-2006 (Boston University): Transferred to Miami after two successful seasons playing for Boston University … Was a major factor in Boston University’s success from 2004-06 as the Terriers claimed conference titles and played in the NCAA tournament each season … Finished her sophomore year with an 11-12 overall record playing at the No. 1 and No. 2 singles positions … As a freshman, went 21-10 for Boston University at the No. 1, 2 and 3 singles positions … Earned American East Rookie of the Year Honors, named American East All Conference at the No. 2 position and American East All Tournament Team.