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Trudie du Toit
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Abbotsford, British Columbia
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2011-12: Posted a 14-11 overall singles record including 12 singles victories during the spring dual season...Competed at three singles spots with most of her time at No. 3 and No. 4 where she posted records of 6-5 and 5-2 respectively...Defeated Maggie McGeorge 6-4, 6-1 in Oregon's Jan. 28 3-4 loss to No. 71 Santa Clara...Clinched Oregon's 4-3 victory over Utah on Apr. 6 by defeating Callie Craig 6-3, 7-6 (7-3)...Won her last match at home over Colorado's Julyette Steur 6-0, 4-6, 10-5 en route to a 7-0 Ducks win...Tied a career high for doubles victories in a single season with 16 (13 during the spring)...Her 13 spring doubles wins was a team high...Partnered with both Haley Driver (1-0) and Julia Metzger (12-7). Fall: Posted a 2-3 singles record…Combined for a 3-2 doubles record during the fall partnering with both Haley Driver (2-2) and Julia Metzger (1-1).

2010-11: Received Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention … finished with an 11-11 record in doubles (16-17 overall) during the dual season … went 4-9 in dual singles matches (4-16 overall) … played in three singles spots, seeing most of her time at No. 4 singles (2-7) while also playing at No. 3 (1-0) and 5 (1-2) … won first three singles decisions of the dual season, all in straight sets … opened dual play with a straight-set win over Caitlin Stocking (6-0, 6-0) in a win over Portland State (1/21) … named Pac-10 Player of the Week after winning 12-straight games against Vanja Radunovic (4-6, 6-0, 6-0) in a 4-3 upset win over No. 20 Washington (3/11) … teamed with Julia Metzger (7-11) for her last 18 doubles matches with the duo notching an 8-3 win of 46th-ranked Ashlee Brown and Sianna Simmons at No. 35 Arizona State (3/5) … also played doubles with Siobhan Cavan (4-2) and Pascale Neubert (6-10). Fall: Went 5-6 in doubles play … partnered with Rabea Stueckemann (3-3), Julia Metzger (1-1) and Lana Buttner (1-2) during the fall … went 2-1 with Stueckemann at the USAFA Invitational … went 0-7 in singles play.

2009-10: Earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic Team recognition … went 16-16 in doubles play, pairing mostly with Pavlina Smatova … finished the year with a 15-18 singles record after an 8-14 spring … competed in the No. 2 and 3 positions … faced five top-40 players during the spring … defeated Evgeniya Vertesheva of No. 30 Indiana (6-3, 4-6, 6-4) ... Fall: Posted a singles record of 7-4 and a doubles record of 7-3 in fall play ... partnered with Sabine Fuchs in all but one doubles match where she won with Pavlina Smatova ... posted a winning singles record at all three fall tournaments and won her final four doubles matches.

2008-09: Posted an 8-8 duals singles record in her freshman campaign, primarily playing at No. 6 where she went 7-5 ... racked up three Pac-10 wins as a rookie, defeating opponents from UCLA, WSU and Washington at the No. 6 position ... lost in the opening round of the Pac-10 Singles Tournament ... Went 8-10 in duals doubles play with three different partners ... played majority of doubles matches with Carmen Seremeta, compiling a 5-8 record, including an opening round loss in the Pac-10 Doubles Championships ... Fall: Went 1-3 at the Freeman Memorial Tournament, her only fall singles participation ... played just two doubles matches in the fall but withdrew from both due to injury.

Before Oregon:
Began playing tennis when she was just seven years old ... competed in worldwide tournaments as part of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) ... traveled to international tournaments with a private coach, with her best success coming in doubles competition ... held a U-18 No. 9 Canadian Singles Ranking and a No. 13 Canadian Doubles Ranking in 2007 ... also had a No. 254 ITF Combined Ranking.

Personal: Born in Bloemfontein, South Africa ... parents are Pieter and Gertie Greyling du Toit ... father operated tennis academy in South Africa before family moved to Canada in 2003 ... was home-schooled beginning with grade nine as her tennis and travel schedule necessitated ... has two brothers, Charles and Riaan, both played tennis internationally...majoring in journalism with a concentration in advertisig, electronic media and magazine, also minoring in multi-media.

 

 SINGLES   Record    1     2     3     4     5     6    Tour 
2009 9-11  ---   ---   ---   0-1   1-2   7-5   1-3 
2010 15-18  ---   2-7   5-5   ---   ---   ---   8-6 
2011 4-16  ---   ---   1-0   2-7   1-2   ---   0-7 
2012 14-11 --- --- 6-6 5-2 1-0 --- 2-3
Totals 42-56  ---   2-7   12-11
 7-10
 3-4   7-5   10-19
 DOUBLES   Record    1     2     3    Tour 
2009 8-12  ---   2-7   4-2   2-3 
2010 15-15  8-12   ---   ---   7-3 
2011 16-17  ---   7-11   4-0   5-6 
2012 16-9 --- 13-7 --- 3-2
Totals 55-53  8-12   22-25
 8-2   17-14
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