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  Luz Garcia

Luz Garcia

Player Profile


Bogota, Colombia

High School:
Colegio Monte Real

Last College:



2007: Finished 6-15 playing mostly from the No. 3 singles position ... battled an ankle injury late in the season ... won five straight in singles and doubles from March 16-23 ... finished 11-13 overall and 5-6 in the OVC primarily playing No. 3 doubles ... won five straight in doubles from March 16-23 ... won her final three doubles contests along with Kimmy Anderson.

2006: Compiled a 9-7 record as the No. 4 singles player ... won final four matches on the season ... played on the No. 3 doubles team.

2005 (Troy): Played mostly as Troy's No. 4 singles player ... finished with a 2-5 record.

2004 (Troy): Key member of Troy's Atlantic Sun Conference Championship team ... compiled a 3-1 record as the No. 6 singles player and a 5-3 mark on the No. 3 doubles team.

Prep: Attended Colegio Monte Real in Bogota, Colombia ... considered one of the top players in Colombia, ranking 13th nationally in juniors 18 and under in 2003 ... captured two National Junior doubles championships, People Play's Cup and Chocolisto Medillin Cup ... appeared in semifinals at La Hacienda Cup and quarterfinals at the Armenia Cup and Ibague Cup ... in 2002, competed internationally in the Orange Bowl and advanced to the second round of the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Winter Cup.

Personal: Born 7-6-86 ... daughter of Hernando Garcia and Janeth Mosquera ... transferred to Southeast from Troy University in Troy, Ala. prior to the fall 2005 semester with two years of eligibility remaining ... two-time letterman for the Trojans ... competed against top teams such as Mississippi, New Orleans, Mississippi State, West Virginia, Stetson and Middle Tennessee State ... Southeast Scholar Athlete majoring in Integrated Marketing Communications ... favorite athlete is Martina Hingis.


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