Hadzic Named To All-Pac-10 Team
May 8, 2006
WALNUT CREEK, CALIF. -- Washington senior Dinka Hadzic was named to the 2006 All-Pac-10 Women's Tennis honorable mention team, the conference office announced Monday.
Hadzic, UW's No. 1 singles and doubles player this season, was named to the All-Pac-10 honorable mention team for the second-straight year. The Husky senior compiled a singles record of 11-21 this season, but excelled in doubles going 18-14. Hadzic played doubles mainly with freshman Victoria Brymer, tallying a 12-12 record. The pair is currently ranked 37th in the nation.
Hadzic finished her career with 64 singles wins, just shy of the UW top-10 list for career victories. Her 26 singles wins tallied as a sophomore still rank 10th on the Huskies' all-time single season list.
Also recognized by Pac-10 today were Player of the Year Zsuzsanna Fodor (California), Doubles Team of the Year Alice Barnes and Anne Yelsey (Stanford), Freshman of the Year Amanda Fink (USC) and Coach of the Year Richard Galien (USC).
Team play for Washington this season is complete, marking the first time since 1996 the Huskies failed to earn an NCAA Championship bid. Hadzic and Brymer could potentially still play as they are listed as doubles alternates for the NCAA Individual Championships that begin May 22 at Stanford in Palo Alto, Calif.
2006 All-Pac-10 Women's Tennis Teams
Alice Barnes, Stanford
Zsuzsanna Fodor, California
Amber Liu, Stanford
Lindsey Nelson, USC
Amanda Fink, USC
Ann Yelsey, Stanford
Theresa Logar, Stanford
Laura Gordon, UCLA
Dominika Dieskova, Oregon
Suzi Babos, California
Danielle Steinberg, Arizona
Riza Zalameda, UCLA
Luana Magnani, USC
Honorable Mention: Tracy Lin (UCLA), Dianne Matias (USC), Ekaterina Burduli (Washington State), Roxanne Clark (Arizona State), Dinka Hadzic (Washington)
Player of the Year: Zsuzsanna Fodor, California
Doubles Team of the Year: Alice Barnes/Anne Yelsey, Stanford
Freshman of the Year: Amanda Fink, USC
Coach of the Year: Richard Galien, USC