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    Lauren Lui
    Lauren Lui


    Houston, Texas

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    Northwestern's 2010 Big Ten Medal of Honor Recipient

    Qualified for her third NCAA Doubles Championship and was named to her third All-Big Ten team after spending the season at No. 1 doubles and No. 3 singles ...Named to the ITA Indoor Team Championship All-Tournament Singles Team (No. 4) ... Only NU player to go 4-0 in singles during the team's run to its second straight national indoor title ... Seven wins against ranked opponents in 2009-10 season ... Lost just nine singles sets in dual action ... Won 14 straight matches from Jan. 17-March 13... Earned an 8-1 singles record against Big Ten opponents to finish her career with a 37-2 record ... Lost in the first round of the NCAA Doubles Championship ... Named the female winner of the Wilson/ITA National Promoter of the Year Award ...Team's Big Ten Sportsmanship Award winner ... Named Academic All-Big Ten selection.

    2008-09: Reached ITA All-American status in doubles for the first time in her career by advancing to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Doubles Championship with partner Georgia Rose ... The duo finished the season ranked No. 13 with a 27-13 overall record (18-8 playing No. 1 spot in duals, including 9-1 in Big Ten) ... Compiled a 34-13 overall singles record (21-5 in duals, 9-1 Big Ten) ... Named an All-Big Ten selection ... Undefeated (8-0) at third singles spot and 12-5 at traditional fourth spot in the lineup ... Became the first representative from the Big Ten to win the ITA National Sportsmanship Award (2/15) ... Competed at National Collegiate Tennis Classic where she won three singles matches and one doubles match with Maria Mosolova ... Lui and Rose won two matches in the NCAA Doubles tournament, besting Fresno State's Tinesta Rowe and Melanie Gloria in the first round before ousting Kentucky's Carolina Escomilla and Caroline Lilley in the second ... Amassed a 9-6 fall singles record ... Won Flight Four singles at the Duals in the Desert, beating No. 106 Leyla Entekhabi of Southern California in the finals ... Won her first two matches at the All-American Championships in Los Angeles ... Along with Georgia Rose, won four of five doubles matches at the Midwest Regional Championships ... Entered the fall ranked No. 36 nationally in singles and No. 7 in doubles with Georgia Rose ... Academic All-Big Ten and Big Ten Distinguished Scholar.

    2007-08: All-Big Ten selection ... Academic All-Big Ten ... NCAA singles and doubles qualifier ... Defeated the 2006 NCAA singles champion, Susie Babos of Cal, in a three-set first round comeback victory during NCAA singles championship ... Finished the season ranked No. 46 nationally ... Went a team-best 23-1 in dual singles, including a perfect 22-0 from the No. 4 position ... Recorded a perfect 10-0 Big Ten performance ... Won 27 of her last 28 dual matches ... Won a team-high 19-consecutive matches from 2/16-5/22 ... Has not lost from No. 4 in her last 29 attempts, dating to March 2007 ... Posted seven wins against nationally ranked opponents, including five in the top 50 ... Went 16-0 in dual doubles, including 22-1 overall, with partner Georgia Rose ... Finished the season ranked in the top 20 with two different doubles partners; No. 14 with Rose and No. 17 with Samantha Murray ... Defeated nine nationally ranked duos throughout the year, all of which were ranked in the nation's top 35 ... Named Big Ten Athlete of the Week on 4/2 ... Two-time Hilton Garden Inn Athlete of the Week (1/21 & 4/14) ... Started the fall season on an eight-match doubles winning streak, also had a five-match winning streak in singles ... Won Nike-Cal Invitational with Alexis Conill over pair from Arizona State ... Qualified for Riviera/ITA Women's All-American Championships ... Made it to finals of Midwest Regional Championships with Georgia Rose ... Reached singles semifinals of the Duals in the Desert, tallied five singles wins in the season.

    2006-07: Ended season on 12-match singles winning streak ... Won clincher against Indiana in NCAA second round ... Won two matches in Big Ten Championship ... Posted 20-5 dual record, including a 10-0 record in Big Ten play ... 33-9 overall record ... Named Big Ten Player of the Week on 2/27 ... Posted wins over No. 40 Ashley Joelson of UCLA and No. 53 Romy Farah of Miami ... Compiled a 5-4 record playing No. 2 doubles with Samantha Murray ... 14-2 dual record playing doubles with Keri Robison ... Notched a non-conference singles win over Notre Dame's 26th-ranked Catrina Thompson ... Posted 8-2 fall singles record and 7-2 fall doubles mark ... Went 3-1 in singles at Wildcat Invitational ... Posted 3-1 record in doubles at Wildcat Invitational with partner Keri Robison ... Advanced to the round of 16 in singles of ITA Midwest Regional Championships, where she fell to Murray ... Went undefeated in singles and doubles with Murray at WMU Super Challenge.

    High School: Played No. 1 singles all four years ... Earned all-Southwest Preparatory Conference honors all four years ... Team won conference title three-straight years ... Four-year honor roll student.

    Personal: Born Lauren S. Lui ... Daughter of Lillian and Alfred ... Chose Northwestern over Michigan, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame and Pepperdine ... Majoring in learning and organizational change.

    Lui's Stats

    Year Overall Dual Big Ten
    2006-07 33-9 20-5 10-0
    2007-08 32-9 23-1 10-0
    2008-09 34-13 21-5 9-1
    2009-10 28-13 20-5 8-1
    Career 127-44 84-16 37-2

    Year Overall Dual Big Ten
    2006-07 28-10 19-6 10-0
    2007-08 39-9 21-6 7-2
    2008-09 32-16 20-8 9-1
    2009-10 23-18 13-13 5-4
    Career 122-53 73-33 31-7