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  Natasha Smith
Natasha Smith

Player Profile
Long Beach, Calif.

High School:
Wilson High School





No. 54 Utah Finishes Season with 5-2 Victory Over Colorado

The Utes improve to 5-5 Pac-12 Conference record.


No. 54 Utah Women's Tennis Suffers 4-3 Loss at No. 57 Denver

The Utes drop to 10-9 dual-match record.


No. 54 Utah Women's Tennis Suffers 4-3 Loss at No. 20 Rice

The Utes fall to 10-8 dual-match record.


No. 63 Utah Nets 5-2 Victory Over No. 70 Washington State

The Utes improve to 10-7 dual-match record.


No. 63 Utah Captures 5-2 Victory Over No. 45 Washington

The Utes improve to 9-7 dual-match record.

At Utah

Freshman (2011-12): Posted a 17-13 overall singles record ... went 6-7 in tournament play and 11-6 in dual matches ... held the Utes' best conference record of 5-2 ... played primarily at the No. 6 singles slot, netting an 8-4 record ... captured her first conference victory over No. 44 Washington's Riko Shimizu from the No. 6 singles slot ... paired with Danielle Flores for a 15-12 overall doubles record, going 8-7 in dual matches and 7-5 in tournament play ... the duo captured two conference victories at the No. 2 doubles slot, topping No. 44 Washington's Andjela Nemcevic and Shimizu, 9-7, as well as Colorado's Julyette Steur and Ashley Tiefel, 7-6(5).

High School/Juniors: Two-time MVP at Wilson High School after going undefeated at the No. 1 singles spot in 2010 & 2011...ended prep career ranked No. 67 in the nation, No. 15 in California... team captain senior year... took two years off tennis in high school to be a member of the varsity cheerleading squad and to play first and third bases for the softball team... attended the Jose Higueras Tennis Academy in 2006-07 and earned the Sportsmanship Award at the Clay Court Supernationals... won two national writing competitions her senior year...ended high school with a 4.5 GPA.

Personal: Daughter of Geoffrey and Alexandra Smith... born August 26, 1993... majoring in Psychology

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