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Stefani Stojic

5' 7"
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Stefani Stojic

Sophomore, 5-foot-7, Right-Handed (Melbourne, Australia)


(updated September 3, 2014)


Major: Liberal Arts and Sciences Exploratory



                OVERALL   DUAL        SEC       NCAA     OVERALL     DUAL          SEC          NCAA


2013-14      14-6          8-0           2-0           1-0              9-8              4-4              1-0              0-0               


All-Time Dual Match , Singles By Position


                       #1             #2             #3             #4               #5               #6          Record

2013-14                                                                                                   8-0              8-0



·         enrolled at the University of Florida for the 2013 Fall semester

·         introduced and encouraged to play tennis by her dad at age 5

·         played her first tennis tournament when she was 7 years old


AS A FRESHMAN (2013-14)


·         Season-High National Singles Ranking: none

·         8-0 in dual matches (1-0 in NCAAs)

·         4-0 in singles dual-match clinching matches

·         2-0 in SEC regular-season dual matches

·         has won all of her dual matches in straight sets

·         8-0 when playing at No. 6

·         record in three-set matches this season (0-0 in dual matches)

·         1-2 versus ranked opponents (0-0 in dual matches)

·         Impressive 6-0, 6-1 win in her NCAA debut, giving UF a 3-0 lead in its first round match after her victory against South Carolina State’s Marketa Marcanikova

·         Highest ranked opponent defeated (entire season): No. 67 Kendal Woodard (Georgia Tech), 1-0, ret. (Oct. 18, ITA Southeast Regional round of 64)

·         Highest ranked opponent played (entire season): No. 46 Daneika Borthwick (Florida State), lost 6-1, 6-2 (Oct. 25, USTA Clay Court Invite round of 16)


Singles – FALL SEASON:

·         advanced to the ITA Southeast Regional round of 16 where she lost to Miami’s No. 52 Stephanie Wagner

·         reached the quarterfinals of the Dick Vitale Clay Court Classic, losing to teammate Belinda Woolcock 6-3, 6-1 vs. ranked opponents



·         Season-High National Doubles Ranking: none

·         4-4 record in dual matches

·         2-0 in doubles-point dual-match clinching matches in dual matches versus ranked opponents

·         in SEC regular-season matches

·         2-3 in dual matches with Alexandra Cercone 

·         2-1 in dual matches with Olivia Janowicz

·         teamed with Sofie Oyen to defeat Baylor’s No. 38 Blair Shankle and Victoria Kisialeva 6-3 to clinch the doubles point in the dual match versus Baylor

·         clinched the doubles point in the first round of the National Team Indoors with Sofie Oyen with a 6-4 victory over Virginia’s No. 8 Rachel Pierson and Julie Elbaba


Doubles – FALL SEASON:

·         5-4 record playing with Olivia Janowicz and Kourtney Keegan

·         Teamed with Janowicz to win two matches to reach the finals of the Bedford Cup, losing to teammates Kourtney Keegan and Belinda Woolcock 8-5

·         Teamed with Janowicz to reach the quarterfinals of the ITA Southeast Regional




·         graduated from Overnewton Anglican Community College in Melbourne, Australia

·         competed in the Australian Open Junior Championships, reaching second round in 2013

·         ranked No. 36 of Australian National women

·         ranked a career-high combined No. 219 in the ITF (Jan. 31, 2011)

·         ranked career-high No.1140 in WTA singles rankings (April 29, 2013); No. 955 in doubles (May 8, 2013)

·         won the 2010 singles and doubles titles at New South Wales Junior ITF International 2 (Oct. 12-17)

·         won the 2010 Sydney ITF Junior International singles and doubles events (Oct. 5-10)

·         won 2010 Alpha Facilities AR Series singles title

·         2013 $25K Bundaberg Tennis International doubles quarterfinalist

·         won two 14-and-Under Australian National Junior Singles Championships

·         won two 12-and-Under Australian National Junior Singles Championships

·         member of Australia’s U14 Optus World Junior Tennis Team; also member of winning 2013 Premier League (highest club competition) and 2013 Pennant Grade 1 (highest club competition)

·         18-Under and 2010 Girls 16U Australian National Doubles champion; singles semifinalist for 16 and Under

·         doubles finalist at 2010 Queensland Junior ITF International (July 12-17); reached singles round of 16 where she lost to eventual Gator teammate Belinda Woolcock in three sets

·         significant recent coaches include Jason Stoltenberg, Simon Batoni and Marc Sophoulis

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