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  Ania Rynarzewska
Ania Rynarzewska


Inowroclaw, Poland

High School:
Warsaw School Complex/Polish Embassy, Berlin



Junior Year (2007-08): Fully recovered from an injury her sophomore year to post a 16-9 singles record and a 17-13 doubles mark for her junior season...Singles: Secured a 10-4 dual match mark after struggling through the fall...pulled out a difficult win against LSU's Nicole Kantor in her only appearance on court four with a 6-4, 3-6, 1-0 (11-9) finish...took three victories in ACC singles play against Virginia Tech, Virginia and North Carolina...helped lead the Seminoles to a 403 upset of #12 UNC with a 6-2, 6-1 defeat of Sophie Grabinski on court five...Doubles: Climbed to #33 in the national rankings with freshman Katie Rybakova after an 8-6 upset of Duke's #3 ranked Mang/Granson duo in Tallahassee...also with Rybakova, secured an 8-1 win over the Jackson/Weaver tandem from Samford in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...finished the year with a 17-12 overall mark in doubles play...spent most of the season on court one, but still thrived in the two spot with a 3-1 mark and the three spot with a 2-1 finish.

Sophomore Year (2006-07): Spent the first half of the season recovering from surgery...Singles: Was ranked as high as No. 52 during the season...went 15-11 in singles play for the spring and fall...managed an 8-1 record at home...Doubles: Competed with three different partners throughout the season...went 5-1 with Suzanna Mansour in the fall...lost just one doubles match at Scott Speicher Tennis Center.

Freshman Year (2005-06): Named to the All-ACC and All-ACC Academic teams...Singles: One of four newcomers and three freshmen on the Florida State women's tennis team... competed mostly in the singles' No. 1 spot...went 6-16 in singles action. Doubles: Was 11-10 in pairs action...played mostly with fellow freshman Suzanna Mansour...had three separate three-match win streaks.

High School and Other Accomplishments: Prepped at Warsaw School Complex in the Polish Embassy (Berlin)... won the singles' national championship title in 2004...also part of the 2004 national championship-winning team...considered one of the top Polish junior tennis players...competed with the Polish National Women's Team at the age of 17...ranked at No. 1 in the Polish junior division for both singles and doubles in 2004...Ranked No. 1 in Berlin juniors as well......National Polish Champion runner-up in doubles...International Polish Champion runner-up in doubles for 2003...took part in the European Championships in Klosters, Switzerland...earned world ranking points in both singles and doubles...Also ran track and won competitions in the arts.

Personal: Born on March 11, 1983...daughter of Maria Rynarzewska and Zygmunt Rynarzewski...majoring in public relations...has two older siblings, Sylwia and Tomasz... sister Sylwia played semi-professional tennis... attended high school at the Polish Embassy complex in Berlin, Germany, for children of Polish citizenship who temporarily stay a member of the Florida State Forensics Team...has a passion for cooking...upon graduation, she plans to pursue a career in public relations or coaching...last name is pronounced Rina-shef-ska.

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