|Hometown:||San Jose, Calif.|
AS A REDSHIRT SENIOR IN 2008-09: went 7-11 for the season in singles play (3-2 in the WCC) ... went on a four match winning streak against San Jose State, Portland, Cal State Bakersfield, and Northern Arizona ... played doubles with Carmen Pham ... duo went 8-7 overall in the No. 2 doubles position, including a three-match winning streak ... also paired with Courtney Hull ... defeated by Portland's Stefanie Fuchs, 4-6, 7-5, 6-2 at the No. 4 spot at the WCC tournament.
AS A SENIOR IN 2007-08: Earned a 12-20 overall record in singles ... posted a 5-6 fall tournament record ... won four matches in the consolation round at the Fresno State Bulldog Classic ... participated in the Cal Invitational and Saint Mary's Invitational ... reached Round of 64 at the ITA Northwest Regionals ... played entire dual season in the top half of the Bronco lineup ... posted a 7-14 record in dual matches at the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 positions ... went 12-16 in doubles ... played primarily at the No. 2 and No. 3 spot ... reached quarterfinals at the Cal Invitational Gold Bracket with partner Stephanie Galainena ... posted an 11-8 record with Lindsay McBride ... also paired with Meaghan Madden and Andrea Kwong.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2006-07: Team captain ... moved up to the No. 1 and No. 2 positions, posting a 4-14 dual match singles record and an 11-20 overall singles record ... suffered a shoulder injury on Apr. 6 vs. Texas-Arlington and missed four matches ... had three different doubles partners, Lindsay McBride, Kim Daniel and Stephanie Galainena, posting an 11-16 overall record and a 7-9 dual record ... Doubles: played Bulldog Classic and Saint Mary's Invitational with Lindsay McBride and the Cal Invitational, ITA Regionals and Duck Classic with Kim Daniel ... won two matches at Cal Invitational with Daniel, both against opponents from San Francisco ... reached the semifinals of the Saint Mary's Invitational "B" flight with Kim Daniel ... won three doubles matches in a row two times with different partners, beating opponents from San Jose State, Loyola Marymount and North Texas from March 1-18 with Daniel and opponents from Fresno Pacific, Portland and San Francisco from Apr. 18-22 with Galainena ... won both matches at WCC Championships, defeating Portland's Feyen and Kennel 8-3 and San Francisco's Hickey and Taylor 8-3 ... Singles: had a strong fall, posting a 7-6 record at five tournaments, Bulldog Classic, Cal Invitational, Saint Mary's Invitational, ITA Regionals and Duck Classic ... reached the semifinals of the Saint Mary's Invitational, beating Lindsay Griffin of Portland 6-4, 6-7 (4), 6-3, Fiorella Velez of Nevada 6-3, 6-4 and Feline Charlot of Saint Mary's ... won first round matches at ITA Regionals and Duck Classic ... played No. 1 or No. 2 every match until shoulder injury in dual season ... won her first match at No. 1 singles on Feb. 17 vs. Gonzaga, knocking off Emily Andreson 6-4, 6-2 ... also had wins against San Jose State, Montana and North Texas ... played through shoulder injury in final four matches at No. 3 singles.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005-06: Named team's most improved player ... earned All-West Coast Conference Honorable Mention honors after going 4-2 in league action ... played to an overall singles mark of 11-11 and went 7-7 during the spring, manning the No. 5 and 6 spots ... went 2-0 at the WCC Tournament, defeating Loyola Marymount's Shawnell Russell and Gonzaga's Carrie Schofield in straight sets ... reached the Round of 16 of the Saint Mary's Invitational ... recorded a 9-14 mark in doubles ... during the spring, played with a variety of players, but spent a majority of the time at the No. 2 slot with Stephanie Galainena.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004-05: Showed immediate adjustment to collegiate tennis, reaching the quarterfinals at the St. Mary's Fall Invitational ... provided a key win at the No. 3 doubles position with partner Erika Barnes to lead the Broncos to victory over No. 56 Cal Poly ... unable to compete for the remainder of the season due to a knee injury.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2004 graduate of Leland High School in San Jose, Calif. ... played four years of varsity tennis ... division and league champions for four years ... earned the coaches award ... three MVP awards ... was the singles league champion for three years ... also the singles division champion for three years ... also earned the doubles league and division champion ... won third place in Central Co Section ... undefeated in league play for four years ... played number one and number two singles in varsity tennis ... also was a member of the Key Club chair, class representative and CLASP (Counseling Leadership Against Smoking Pressures).
PERSONAL: Parents are John and Maro Davoudi ... has a younger brother, Osheen ... also enjoys playing volleyball, soccer, gymnastics, piano and working out ... major is marketing.
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