Sabrina Lindemann
Sabrina Lindemann


Linz, Austria

High School:
Bundes Oberstufenreal Gymnasium

No. 1 singles


Commissioner's Academic Medalist (2001, 2002), Commissioner's Honor Roll (2001, 2002); Tiger Academic 30 (Fall 2002)

Fall 2002:
Named the C-USA Women's Player of the Month for September...Went 10-2 in singles play during the fall...Won the A Singles championship at the Saint Louis tournament to open the fall season...Also went 3-0 at the Southern Illinois Tournament to help Memphis sweep those 3 matches...Also won the No. 1 singles title at the U of M Invitational over Ball State's Melissa Roach, 6-3, 4-6, 10-5, after losing to Roach in the Middle Tennessee Tournament the week before...Was the 15th-seeded player in the main draw singles at the ITA Southeast Reginal...She won her opening round against Liberty's Andreea Cotuna, 6-2, 6-0, before falling to Duke's Hillary Adams, 6-1, 6-3...Teamed with Monica Gonzalez-Gordo to become the first-ever women's doubles team to earn a national ranking when they started the fall ranked No. 31 in the country...In doubles, Lindemann went 9-2 with Gonzalez-Gordo, winning the doubles title at MTSU and Memphis...The duo was also seeded in the main draw of the doubles tournament at the Southeast Regional, winning their opening match, 8-6, over Tennessee Tech's Obando/Tasheva, before falling, 8-5, to Coastal Carolina's Bajrambasic and Matrka.

Spring 2002:
Was named second team all-conference after posting a 10-8 record in singles, including an 8-8 record at No. 1 ... Teamed with Gonzalez-Gordo to post a 19-2 record at No. 1 doubles...Was also 2-0 at No. 2 singles for the year...Was ranked No. 146 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Mar. 6, 2002, poll in singles...Ranked as high as 138 in singles in February of 2002...Ranked No. 48 in the country in doubles with Gonzalez-Gordo for a majority of the fall season.
Fall 2001:
Posted a strong 7-3 singles record including three straight wins to capture the No. 1 singles title at the Varsity Pro Shop/U of M Invite...Six of her seven wins were straight set wins...Lost only one match in straight sets...Teamed with Monica Gonzalez-Gordo to post a 7-3 doubles record including wins at the C-USA Fall Championship...Made the semifinals in Flight A singles at the Middle Tennessee Fall Invite.

Sophomore (Spring 2001):
Lindemann earned the Conference USA Commissioner's Academic Medal and was named to the Conference USA Honor Roll for 2000-2001...She tied for the team lead with 14 singles wins in the spring season, finishing with a record of 14-10 at No. 2 singles...She continued to be teamed with Christina Ladyman at No. 1 doubles, finishing with a mark of 16-10, the best doubles mark on the team.
Fall 2000:
Lindemann qualified for the main draw of the ITA Southeast Regional...The sophomore finished with an 8-5 record in singles and an 11-4 mark in doubles...She advanced to the quarterfinals of two tournaments, including the Memphis/Varsity Pro Shop Invitational, where she fell 3-6, 6-0, 10-12, to UALR's Kelly Bucewicz in Flight II singles...In doubles, Lindemann and Ladyman won the Memphis Flight I doubles tournament and appeared in the finals at Saint Louis where they fell to SIU-Carbondale's Serrot/Ochoa, 8-4...At the Southeast Regional, the doubles team won their opening round match against the UNC- Wilmington team of Gibben/Stanfield, 8-1, before falling to Kentucky's Rookledge/Skeen, 8-0, in the second round.

Freshman (Spring 2000):
Lindemann was a third-team all-conference honoree after finishing her freshman year with a 12-11 record in singles during the spring...She was 9-12 at No. 2 singles and 3-0 at No. 1...Lindemann teamed with Ladyman to finish 7-7 at No. 1 doubles and for a 1-3 record at No. 1 when teamed with Betsy Card.

Fall 1999:
Lindemann had an impressive first semester, qualifying for the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's Southeast Regional... She won her opening two matches, advancing to the main draw, where she lost to Ioana Plesu from Duke, 6-1, 6-2...Came in her first semester and established herself at No. 2 singles with a 10-4 record...Teamed with Christina Ladyman for a 6-3 record at No. 1 doubles...That duo qualified for the ITA Regionals, losing their opening match to Skeen/Bradwell from Kentucky, 8-4.

Prep: Graduated from Bundes Oberstufenreal Gymnasium Leisdungsspordler Linz in 1999...was ranked in the top 50 nationally.

Personal:Lindemann is the daughter of Hans and Karin Lindemann... she has one brother, Georg...She was born on April 14, 1980...major is undeclared.

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