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Georgia's Natalie Frazier Named USTA Sportsmanship Award Winner

February 6, 2006 09:22 AM

University of Georgia junior Natalie Frazier received the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Sportsmanship Award Saturday at the USTA/ITA National Women's Team Indoor Championships.

Frazier, a native of Riverdale, Ga., was chosen for this annual award by the 16 participating coaches for displaying outstanding sportsmanship and exemplifying the spirit of college tennis during the course of the tournament and throughout her career.

Frazier, who is No. 37 in the latest Fila national singles rankings, went 1-2 at No. 1 singles this week for the Bulldogs. She is coached by Jeff Wallace.

The USTA-ITA National Team Indoor Championships conclude tomorrow. Semifinal matches are taking place tonight.

Past USTA Sportsmanship Award Winners:
2006 - Natalie Frazier, Georgia
2005 - Kendall Cline, North Carolina
2004 - Amber Liu, Stanford
2003 - Sara Walker, UCLA
2002 - Janet Bergman, Wake Forest
2001 - Keiko Tokuda, Stanford
2000 - Alison Ojeda, Tennessee
1999 - Jennifer Hall, Notre Dame
1998 - Julie Scott, Stanford
1997 - Lauren Nikolaus, William & Mary
1996 - Margie Lepsi, Tennessee
1995 - Dana Evans, Wake Forest
1994 - Wendy Crabtree, Norte Dame
1993 - Erica Kuttler, Florida

 

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