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Zoe Buhagiar
  Zoe Buhagiar

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Sydney, Australia

High School:
Kincoppal-Rose Bay

Height:
5-3

Experience:
3L


TULSA - A three-year letterwinner . . . has a career singles record of 22-29 and a doubles mark of 23-30.

JUNIOR (2002-03) - Netted a 7-13 singles record on the year . . . finished with a 12-10 doubles mark, including a 10-7 dual record with Daniela Muscolino at the No. 3 doubles position . . . put up a 2-1 singles record and a 1-1 doubles mark in the fall . . . advanced to the quarterfinals of the qualifying draw for the 2002 Omni Hotels Women's Tennis Central Region Championships . . . named an all-WAC Scholar Athlete.

SOPHOMORE (2001-02) - Started the spring slow, but won six of eight singles matches during mid-season to improve to .500 . . . finished with an 11-13 overall singles record and an 8-10 mark in dual matches . . . was 6-3 in dual matches at No. 5 singles . . . had an 8-10 doubles record . . . captured TU's lone point in a WAC Tournament semifinal loss to Fresno State with a 7-5, 7-5 win over Chantel Wiggins . . . posted a 3-3 singles mark during the fall campaign . . . finished with a 3-0 singles record at the Hurricane Invitational . . . ended the fall with a 4-3 doubles mark . . . selected to the 2001-02 ITA Scholar Athlete Team and the TU Athletic Director's Honor Roll . . . named an all-WAC Scholar Athlete.

FRESHMAN (2000-01) - Completed the spring with a 4-3 record at the No. 6 spot in the singles lineup and was 3-10 in doubles.

PRIOR TO TULSA - Was a four-year letterwinner at Kincoppal-Rose Bay High School in Sydney, Australia . . . captured the IGSSA Conference competition as a senior . . . claimed back-to-back inter-district championships . . . also lettered in field hockey, basketball, water polo, and track and field . . . led her field hockey team to the conference championship in 1997 and helped her team post four straight track and field titles from 1996-99.

PERSONAL - Majoring in graphic design . . . born August 19, 1981 . . . one of three children of Michael and Mary Ann Buhagiar.