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Jennifer Magley
  • University of Florida Women's Tennis (2003-05)
  • Senior, 6-foot-0, Right-Handed
  • Bradenton, Florida (Bradenton Christian School)

CAREER NOTES: Career-high ITA singles ranking: 1 (Fall, 2005-06) ... Career-high ITA doubles ranking: 2 (September 2, 2003 with Zerene Reyes) ... 2005 NCAA Singles Semifinalist ... Four-time All-American: 2004 & 2005 Singles All-American & 2003 & 2005 Doubles All-American … 2005 First Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Women's At-Large Team ... Finalist for the 2005 Honda Award for Tennis ... Earned ITA Scholar Athlete status in 2003, 2004 and 2005 by maintaining a grade point average of at least 3.5 (awarded each June) … 2005 Southeastern Conference Co-Scholar-Athlete of the Year … 2005 First Team Arthur Ashe Jr., Sports Scholar ... 2005 SEC Good Works Team (community service) … 2003 SEC Tournament MVP … First Team All-SEC in Singles (2003 & 2005) and Doubles (2004 & 2005) and Second Team All-SEC in Singles (2004) … SEC Player of the Week (honored on April 5, 2005) … ranked No. 2 in UF history for most wins by a Gator doubles team (86 with Zerene Reyes) … selected for 2004 American Express Collegiate All-Star Team that competed in China June 13-21... two singles titles and two doubles titles … graduated in December 2005 and left early to join the professional tennis tour.

Off the court, Magley is driven to serve as a positive role model for girls. She works with a group titled "Girl Power" once a week at a community center in Gainesville for at-risk girls, and she started a similar program in Bradenton called "Pearls of Grace" … she founded in 1999 "Pearls of Grace," a non-profit mentoring program for at-risk teenage girls in the inner city … she was nominated for the Golden Herald Award, recognizing outstanding Manatee County high school seniors for their unselfish service to their school and community … plays the violin and the drums and is the lead singer in a contemporary girls vocal group called "Faith" … currently a model for the largest sports catalogue in Germany, "Sports Scheke" … also has modeled extensively on runway and print work for designer "Jessica McClintock," in addition to modeling with the United Way, Little Tykes and American Heart Association organizations.

AS A SENIOR (2005-06)
2005-06 Awards: Earned the No. 1 singles ranking for the 2005-06 Fall listing released in September … graduated in December and chose to join the professional tour and not return for the 2006 spring season.
2005 Fall:
Singles: Played just one event, the ITA Riviera All-American Championships, losing in the first round to Stanford's 26th-ranked Anne Yelsey, 6-2, 6-2, before winning two three-setters in the consolation draw against the 16 and 18th-ranked players before falling to UNLV's Elena Gantcheva 6-0, 7-5 in the consolation final.
Doubles: Paired with Diana Srebrovic in the ITA Riviera All-American Championships, losing in the opening round before winning a pair of matches, falling in the final to South Florida's seventh-ranked pair of Duch and Etienne, 9-8 (3).

AS A JUNIOR (2004-05)
2004-05 Awards: Achieved career-high singles ranking (No. 4, April 26, 2005) ... NCAA Singles semifinalist ... Advanced to the round of 16 at the NCAA Doubles Championships (with Reyes) ... Earned the No. 5 singles seed at the NCAA Singles Championships ... Nominee for the 2005 Honda Award for Tennis ... 2005 First Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Women's At-Large Team ... Dorothy Anderson Scholarship Award, presented annually to the Gator who displays best combination of academics and character on and off the court ... Neal Anderson Scholastic Award (team award) ... Singles All-American ... Doubles All-American ... First Team All-SEC Singles … First Team All-SEC Doubles … SEC Co-Scholar-Athlete of the Year … First Team Arthur Ashe Jr., Sports Scholar ... SEC Good Works Team (community service) … SEC Player of the Week, April 5 (week of March 27-April 3) … Riviera/ITA All-American Consolation Singles Champion … Riviera/ITA All-American Doubles Semifinalist ... 2005 Team Captain ... career doubles record with Zerene Reyes is 86-21, the second most wins in UF history by a doubles duo.

2005 Spring:
Singles: Final ITA National Ranking: 5 ... Final ITA South Region Ranking: 2 ... Season-high ITA Ranking: 4 (April 26) …Advanced to the Semifinals of the NCAA Singles Championships, losing a hard-fought 7-5, 6-4 decision to Baylor's Zuzana Zemenova ... her five-match run during the NCAA Singles event lasted 13 hours and 27 minutes, while she served 75 double-faults during that span ... her 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 over Kentucky's third-ranked and fourth-seeded Aibika Kalsarieva in the NCAA singles quarterfinals was the highest-ranked opponent she has ever defeated ... played the entire dual match season at a career-high No. 1 position ... provided clinching point in a tough 2 hour, 22 minute victory over USC's ninth-ranked Nincole Leimbach 6-1, 4-6, 6-3 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships, rallying from down 3-1, receiving in the third set ... earned her first decision and win of the 2005 NCAAs during the round of 16, topping 23rd-ranked Zuzana Zemenova of Baylor 6-3, 2-6, 6-1 … sports a 14-3 dual match record … is 2-1 in clinching dual match points (winning vs. Southern California & USF and falling vs. Vanderbilt) … Rallied against 18th-ranked Zsuzsanna Fodor of Mississippi State (April 8) to win in a super-tiebreaker 5-7, 6-1, 1-0 (10-7) … Upset Georgia's fifth-ranked Shadisha Robinson 6-4, 6-3 en route to the 4-3 dual match win (April 1) … avenged an earlier season loss and upset No. 7 Robin Stephenson of Alabama (March 27) in a tough 4-6, 6-2, 1-0 (16-14) showdown that ended in a super-tiebreaker to complete UF's 7-0 sweep … led 39th-ranked Kate Blaszak of Duke 7-6 (3), 3-0 when match was suspended due to dual match point being clinched by UF … Won hard-fought match versus 32nd-ranked Aniela Mojzis of North Carolina (March 20) in a super-tiebreaker 2-6, 6-4, 1-0 (10-6) … Took opening set versus No. 14 Audra Falk of Vanderbilt (March 11) before falling 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 in an outcome that provided the clinching dual match point … Won first-ever match at No. 1 position 6-2, 6-0 versus UCF's Kristina Lohmos (Jan. 27), winning final eight games.
Doubles: Final ITA National Ranking: 7 (with Zerene Reyes) ... Final ITA South Region Ranking: 3 (with Reyes) ... Season-high ITA Ranking: 7 (April 26 and 2005 Final listing with Reyes) … Advanced to the round of 16 at the NCAA Doubles Championships (with Reyes), defeating Georgia Tech's Kristi Miller and Alison Silverio 6-4, 6-1 before falling to Miami's third-seeded Audrey Banada and Megan Bradley 7-6 (11), 6-4 ... played all dual matches with Reyes, posting a 19-3 dual match record, where the pair went 5-0 in NCAA contests, including an impressive 8-2 win over Baylor's 13th-ranked duo of Zuzana Cerna and Daniela Covello … 7-1 record in clinching doubles point contests, with the most recent an 8-1 win against South Carolina State in the first round of the NCAA Team Championships … Handed 13th-ranked Mississippi State duo of Zsuzsanna Fodor and Anastasia Kugakolova just their second loss of the season on April 8 with 8-2 decision en route to clinching the doubles point … led Alabama's No. 28 duo of Robin Stephenson and Ashley Bentley 6-3, 40-0 when match was suspended because doubles point had all ready been clinched by UF … Dropped first dual doubles match of season in tough 8-5 decision versus Kentucky's No. 6-ranked duo of Sarah Foster and Aibika Kalsarieva … Clinched doubles point versus No. 21 Vanderbilt duo of Audra Falk and Annie Menees in hard fought 9-8 (7-5) match … opened the dual match season with an impressive 8-4 win over Baylor's ninth-ranked team of Cerna and Covello.

2004 Fall:
Singles: Preseason National Rank: 12 … ITA Fall South Region Rank: 4 … Competed in the ITA National Indoor Championships, reaching the quarterfinal round of the consolation draw after a tough 7-5, 3-6, 7-5 loss to Alabama's Robin Stephenson … received an automatic bid in the main draw of the Riviera/ITA All-American where she lost in the first round 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 to eventual champion Audra Cohen of Northwestern … regrouped in the consolation draw of the All-American to win the title by posting victories over four consecutive ranked foes, including a 6-1, 6-7 (4), 6-1 decision over Stanford's No. 6-ranked Alice Barnes in the semifinal round before topping Alabama's 16th-ranked Robin Stephenson 0-6, 6-4, 6-4 in the final … became the second Gator ever to win the consolation singles title at the Riviera/ITA All-American … showed her improvement since the previous season during a hard-fought 7-5, 6-3 loss in the Gator Fall Classic to second-ranked Megan Bradley of Miami in a rematch from the 2004 NCAA Singles Championship round of 16, where Bradley earned a 6-2, 7-5 win … opened the year with an impressive 6-2, 6-1 win over Kentucky's 32nd-ranked Sarah Foster at the Gator Fall Classic.
Doubles: Preseason National Rank: 12 (with Zerene Reyes) … ITA Fall South Region Rank: 5 (with Reyes) … Received with Reyes an automatic bid into the main draw of the Riviera/ITA All-American, advancing to the semifinal round before losing to UF teammates and eventual champions Whitney Benik and Lolita Frangulyan 8-3 … dropped a tough 9-8 (4) decision in the quarterfinal round of the ITA National Indoor Championships to Stanford's 13th-ranked pair Alice Barnes and Erin Burdette.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2003-04)
ITA Scholar Athlete (GPA of at least 3.5) ... Earned bid to play in the NCAA Singles Championships, advancing to the round of 16 ... Singles All-American ... selected for 2004 American Express Collegiate All-Star Team that competed in China June 13-21... First Team All-SEC Doubles, No. 2 position … Second Team All-SEC Singles … SEC Good Works Team … ITA Southern Regional singles champion … adidas Invitational Flight A doubles finalist.

Singles: Final ITA National Rank: 19; Final ITA South Region Rank: 4; Season-high ITA National Rank: 16 (Jan. 13); Primary Dual Match position: No. 2
Spring: Advanced to the round of 16 at the NCAA Singles Championships, posting wins over Southern California's 15th-ranked Luana Magnani 3-6, 6-1, 6-3 and Washington's 64th-ranked Erin Hoe 6-2, 6-1, before falling to Miami's fourth-ranked Megan Bradley 6-2, 7-5 … her win over Magnani was the highest-ranked opponent she has defeated during her career ... logged a 20-1 dual match record, playing all except one of those matches at the No. 2 position (also posted one win at the No. 3 spot) … lone dual match loss was a 6-3, 0-6, 6-3 setback on March 21 to Alabama's Ashley Bentley … led team with seven dual-match clinching singles victories… defeated No. 40 Kelly Schmandt of Vanderbilt 6-4, 6-2 (Apr. 18) in the SEC Tournament finals, marking her second win of the season against Schmandt (6-7 (4), 6-2, 10-6 on Mar. 5) … clinched UF's SEC Tournament quarterfinal win against Ole Miss (April 16) with a 6-2, 6-3 decision over Kasrem Harboe … defeated No. 27 Tammy Encina of Tennessee 7-5, 6-2 (March 28) …won a hard-fought match against No. 54 Evgenia Subbotina of Georgia 3-6, 6-4, 10-5 (Mar. 26) … recorded 50thcareer singles victory 6-2, 7-6 (5) versus Florida State's Lindsay Deason Feb. 18 … opened the spring on 11-match winning streak.
Fall: Posted a 13-4 record … solidly defeated No. 26 Caylan Leslie of Notre Dame 6-1, 6-1 in the round of 16 in Flight A of the adidas Invitational, before losing to No. 9 Amanda Johnson of Duke 7-5, 6-2 in the quarterfinals … beat four consecutive ranked opponents during the qualifying stages for the Riviera All-American: No. 56 Sarah Gregg of UCLA, No. 43 Saras Arasu of Duke, No. 80 Story Tweedie-Yates of Stanford and No. 25 Courtney Bergman of Harvard … played her way into the main draw of the Riviera All-American, winning her first round match against Bergman 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, before bowing out to Clemson's 13th-ranked Julie Coin 6-1, 6-2 in the round of 16 … won six consecutive matches in Flight A of the ITA Southern Regional to win the tournament, beating No. 55 Anca Dumitrescu of Florida State 6-1, 7-5 in the semifinals and topping Georgia's Shadisha Robinson 6-1, 6-4 in the final.

Doubles: Final ITA National Rank: 30 (with Zerene Reyes); Final ITA South Region Rank: 5 (with Reyes); Season-high ITA Rank: 2 (Sept. 3,with Reyes); Primary Dual Match position: 2
Spring: Second alternate into the NCAA Doubles Championships, but did not get to participate ... ended the season riding a 22-match winning streak with Reyes, the third longest winning streak in UF history … paired with Reyes for all doubles matches this season … 22-0 dual match record … played all except one match at the No. 2 position, earning a 8-2 victory at the No. 1 spot against UCF's Luczak and Anna Westin (Jan. 26) … provided the clinching doubles point in SEC Tournament semifinal and final matches, posting a 8-2 win over LSU's Chiarelli and Ferguson in the semifinals before defeating Vanderbilt's 39th-ranked duo of A. Falk and A. Meenes 8-6 (April 18) for the second time this season … moved into sole possession of third place all-time in UF history for wins by a doubles team with Reyes (52-14) in an 8-1 win Mar. 19 over Auburn's pair of L.Sauerborn and S. Suitor…beat the No. 24-ranked pair of K.Coetzee and A. Amith from Wake Forest 8-4 (March 13) … beat No. 10 pair of A.Falk/A.Meenes 8-5 (March 5) …shutout the duo of K.Borg and T. Rivera of Florida Atlantic 8-0 (Jan. 24) in the first dual match of the spring
Fall: Compiled a 4-4 record, playing all matches with Zerene Reyes …advanced to the Flight A finals of the adidas Invitational with Magley (Oct. 3), falling 8-2 to the 17th-ranked UF teammate pair of Alexis Gordon and Julie Rotondi … defeated Fresno State's No. 8 pair of C. Carlotti and L. Tallo 8-5 in the round of 16 of the Riviera All-American, before losing 8-5 to Vanderbilt's No. 11 pair of Schmandt and Tsoubanos in the quarterfinals (Oct. 10) …faced the No. 6-ranked pair of C. Grier and J. Rush from Northwestern and Michigan's No. 49 pair of Rutherford and DaCosta at the National Indoor Championships, losing both matches.

AS A FRESHMAN (2002-03)
ITA Scholar Athlete status for maintaining a grade point average of at least 3.5 … Doubles All-American ... Earned bid to play in the NCAA Doubles Championships ... Neal Anderson Scholastic Award (team award) ... MVP of the SEC Tournament after posting a 3-0 singles record ... First Team All-SEC in singles (No. 6 position) ... won a team-high 40 doubles matches, tying for third all-time in UF history for the most doubles victories in a season.

Singles: Final ITA National Rank: 93; Season-high ITA Rank: 55 (March 12); Final ITA South Region Rank: 16; Primary dual match positions: Nos. 5 & 6
Spring: Ended the season on a 13-match win streak, posting a 4-0 record in NCAA action and recording team victories in the final four rounds ... Posted a 27-2 dual match record, with a 17-2 mark at No. 6, a 9-0 mark at No. 5 and a 1-0 mark at No. 4 … UF was 27-0 when Magley won her dual match, and 0-2 when she did not ... provided the clinching match point in the NCAA Round of 16 and Quarterfinals victories ... provided the clinching point in UF's SEC Tournament semifinal and quarterfinal wins: 6-0, 7-5 over UT's Ashley Robards at No. 6 and 6-1, 7-5 over UM's Virginia Tomatis at the No. 5 spot ... both of her losses in dual match play came during UF's only two losses of the season, as she fell to Duke's Katie Granson 6-2, 4-6, 6-1 on Feb. 9 in the final of the National Team Indoor Championships, and to Vanderbilt's Ashley Schellhas 4-6, 6-4, 6-0 on March 16 … won three clinching matches during a six-match win streak from Jan. 25 to Feb. 8.
Fall: Posted an 8-4 record in the fall season…Reached the final of the Gator Fall Classic Oct. 6, where she lost to teammate Julia Scaringe 3-6, 6-4, 6-0…Upset No. 35 Anca Dumitrescu from Florida State 6-3, 6-2 in the quarterfinals of the Gator Fall Classic Oct. 5… Reached the quarterfinals of the adidas Invitational after two wins before bowing out to No. 16 Amanda Johnson of Duke Sept. 28.

Doubles: Final & Season-high ITA National Rank: 7 (with Zerene Reyes); Final ITA South Region Rank: 2 (with Reyes); Primary Dual Match Position: No. 1 (with Reyes)
Spring: Advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Doubles Championships with Zerene Reyes, posting convincing straight-set wins in the opening three rounds, including their 6-3, 6-2 upset win over third-seeded Sarah Riske and Aleke Tsoubanos from Vanderbilt in the quarterfinals ... Paired with Reyes for all dual match action … posted wins at the No. 1 position in each of UF's last four rounds of the NCAA Championships, including wins over the No. 1, 3 and 8-ranked teams in the country ... began the dual match season playing at the No. 3 spot, but was moved to the No. 1 spot after the other two tandems were changed for the March 21 Clemson match and played there for the remainder of the year … was 11-4 at the No. 1 spot, including the 8-4 clinching win over Vanderbilt's third-ranked pair of Riske and Tsoubanos in the NCAA Team Quarterfinals and the 8-5 win over Stanford's top-ranked Lauren Barnikow and Erin Burdette in the title match ... provided the 8-4 clinching win over Tennessee's fifth-ranked Vilmarie Castellvi and Melissa Schaub in UF's SEC Semifinal victory ... two losses to Georgia's third- and second-ranked Cioroch and Smith (8-5 and 8-6 in SEC final) and to Duke's fourth-ranked Julie DeRoo and Amanda Johnson (8-4) … 13-2 in clinching-point situations, including clinching opportunities in the NCAA Final, the NCAA Quarterfinal (won 8-4 over third-ranked Vanderbilt team), the NCAA Round of 16 (won 8-1), the NCAA Second Round (lost 8-6 to 10th-ranked Tulane team), the above mentioned SEC Semifinal win and in the regular season finale against South Carolina's Kathy Boyanovich and Jodi Kenoyer (8-0) ... stunned Tennessee's No. 6 duo of Castellvi and Schaub 8-5 that clinched the doubles point for UF in its 4-3 team victory … posted a 10-match win streak, including three clinching matches, from Feb. 15 to March 23 … rallied from a 7-5 deficit to win 9-7 and clinch the doubles point against South Alabama's Jager and Jarova Jan. 26 … defeated No. 19 North Carolina pair of Pinchbeck and Bunn en route to reaching the finals of the Collegiate Kickoff Classic Jan. 20, losing to Tennessee's No. 22 pair of Castellvi and Schaub.
Fall: Posted a 10-3 record, seeing action with Reyes and Julia Scaringe (4-0)…Captured the Flight A title at the Gator Fall Classic Oct. 6 with Scaringe, defeating UCF's Marieke Gunawan and Julie Pecastaing 8-2 in the final…Won three matches with Reyes to reach the final of the SEC Coaches Fall Classic Nov. 9 where they lost 8-6 to Tennessee's pair of Enchina and Maharaj.

Prior to Florida Trained at the International Management Group Academy in Bradenton from 1998 to 2002 … coached by Bob Davis … at the age of 17, Magley earned a WTA world ranking of No. 460, playing only nine tournaments … when she was 16, Magley defeated former collegiate No. 1-ranked player Jennifer Hall from Notre Dame, becoming the highest-ranked American Junior on the 2001 WTA Professional tour … competed for the United States in the 2000 Maureen Connelly-Brinker Challenge held in Bournemouth, England, and coached by Zina Garrison … in 1998 and again in 1999, received the Sportsmanship award at the National 14 and under and National 16 and under championships for her behavior on and off the court … has represented the United States in 10 different countries during her junior career, including trips to England, Holland, Denmark and France … when she was 15 years old, Magley traveled to Hiroshima, Japan, to play an exhibition event with former college stars Ansley Cargill (Duke) and Laura Granville (Stanford), in addition to joining seasoned professionals Monica Seles, Mary Jo Fernandez and former Gator great Lisa Raymond … began playing tennis at the age of 3 and by the age of 6, won her first tournament - a local age-10 and under event.

2003 35-8 27-2 9-1 4-0 40-9 25-5 1-Sep 1-Jul
2004 35-6 20-1 10-1 3-1 26-4 22-0 Nov-00 Jan-00
2005 25-9 14-4 8-2 6-2 24-8 19-3 3-Jul 1-Jun
2006 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0
Totals 97-25 61-7 27-4 13-3 92-23 66-8 23-4 14-2
Magley's NCAA Career Record  
Year Overall
2003 4-0 4-0 0-0 6-2 3-1 3-1
2004 3-1 1-0 2-1 1-0 1-0 0-0
2005 6-2 2-1 4-1 6-1 5-0 1-1
Totals 13-3 7-1 6-2 13-3 9-1 4-2
Singles By Position #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Overall
J. Magley (2003)       1-0 9-0 17-2 27-2
J. Magley (2004)   19-1 1-0       20-1
J. Magley (2005) 14-4           14-4
Total 14-4 19-1 1-0 1-0 9-0 17-2 61-7
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