Kristin Noble
Kristin Noble

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Germantown, Tenn.

High School:
Houston HS

Height:
5-3

Birthdate:
02/21/1984

Experience:
3L

Honors:
C-USA Academic Honor Roll (2004, 2005), Tiger 3.0 Club (2004, Fall 2005, Spring 2006)


Spring 2006: Capped her Lady Tiger career with a 2-14 mark in singles...Was 2-11 at No. 3 singles and 0-3 at No. 2...Was 3-10 in doubles when teamed with freshman Ekin Zafir...The duo was 2-7 at No. 2 and 1-3 at No. 3...Also played doubles with Christina Wieser, going 0-2 at No. 2.

Fall 2005: Was 1-5 in singles and 3-4 in doubles during the fall semester...Opened the fall with a win at the Chattanooga tournament over Anne Pennington from Murray State before battling through two three set losses in the next four matches...Teamed with Christina Wieser and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Chattanooga tournament and the semifinals of both the Alabama tournament and the Memphis tournament.

Spring 2005: Was second on the team with 7 singles victories, finishing with a 7-9 mark in singles (including a 7-8 mark at No. 4 and an 0-1 mark at No. 3)...Teamed with Kathrin Kohl for a 2-8 mark at No. 3 doubles, then with Christina Wieser for a 1-3 mark...Received the Grrr Tiger award for battling through adversity and helping her teammates both on and off the court.

Fall 2004: Was named to the Tiger 3.0 Club for having a GPA of 3.0 or higher during the fall semester...Went 6-7 in singles during the fall season, winning back-to-back matches at the Lady Tiger Tournament in October...Teamed with two different doubles partners, starting with sophomore Christina Wieser...That duo was 1-1 before Wieser suffered an injury, forcing Noble to team with Andrea Feichtinger...That doubles team went 1-2 in doubles at the U of M tournament to wrap up the fall.

Spring 2004: Named to the Tiger 3.0 Club and the C-USA Academic Honor Roll for having a GPA of 3.0 or higher...Was 8-14 in singles during the spring semestesr...Was 5-7 at No. 4 singles and 3-7 at No. 5 while completing matches in 24 of Memphis' 25 matches...Teamed with Christina Wieser to go 5-5 in doubles, including a 3-2 mark in Conference USA play...The duo played all 10 matches at No. 3...Noble also teamed with Andrea Feichtinger for one match, going 0-1 at No. 2 and with Yessica Ares for a 1-5 mark at No. 3 doubles.

Fall 2003: Went 4-4 in singles during her second fall in a Lady Tigers' uniform...Picked up three straight wins at one point, advancing to the semifinals at the Middle Tennessee State tournament after posting wins over opponents from Western Kentucky, Lipscomb and UT Chattanooga...Fell to Laura McNamara, 6-3, 6-3, in the semis...Won her quarterfinal match at the U of M tournament against Saint Louis' Melicca Cutler, 6-2, 6-3, before falling to Tennessee Tech's Maja Russinova, 7-6 (7), 6-0 in the semifinals...Had three different doubles partners during the fall, finishing with a 2-3 doubles mark...Noble teamed with Dirnstorfer at the UTC Fall Classic, where they fell to Charlotte's Robey and Friedman, 8-5...She was then paired with newcomer Christina Wieser, where the duo downed Western Kentucky's Kosaka and Underlonk, 8-1, before falling to Ulrich and Slater, 8-4, in the semifinals of the Middle Tennessee tournament...Noble teamed with senior Rebecca Garner to win a quarterfinal match against Saint Louis' Steer and Cutler, 8-4, then fell to SIU-Carbondale's Honarmand and Palovic, 8-4, in the semifinals.

Spring 2003: Played in nine singles matches during the spring, finishing with a 4-5 record, but posting her biggest win for the conference tournament, where she downed Marquette's Alexandra Stankovic, 6-2, 5-7, 6-2 at No. 6 singles to give Memphis a 4-3 win and a tie for fifth place in the league tournament...Noble was 1-1 in matches at the C-USA Championships after stepping into the No. 6 spot due to injuries...Faced one nationally ranked opponent when Memphis faced Rollins College...The match was rained out and not completed, but Noble was lined up at No. 3 singles against Lindsey Soffes, the No. 22 ranked player in NCAA Division II...In all, Noble was 1-6 against C-US A competition...Went 4-2 in doubles competiton...Won three of her first four doubles matches , picking up three wins with Marlene Dirnstorfer.

Fall 2002: Got her college career off to a solid start, posting a 9-2 record in singles...Won the consolation singles title in C singles at Saint Louis after dropping her collegiate opening-match to Xavier's Katy Wiles, 6-1, 5-7, 6-1...Recovered from loss to win three straight en route the consolation title, defeating Xavier's Maggie Nafzier, 6-2, 6-1, in the final...Went 2-0 at the SIU-Carbondale team tournament and 1-1 at the Middle Tennessee tournament...Went 3-0 in the No. 6 singles bracket at the University of Memphis/Varsity Pro Shop Invitational, defeating Ball State's Susan Kelley 6-2, 7-6 in the final for her first championship singles title...Teamed with Rebecca Garner to go 5-4 in doubles and suffered a tough pair of 9-7 losses with doubles partner Andrea Feichtinger in the U of M tournament.

Prep: Graduated from Houston High School in 2002...Also played soccer and ran cross country...Lettered two years in soccer as a forward...Won four tennis letters...Won the 2000 Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Association singles championship and was the TSSAA State singles runner up in 2001...Won district and regional singles titles from 2000-2002...Named a Who's Who of American High School Students...Also was a member of the Spanish Club and the Spanish National Honor Society...Personal best USTA national ranking was 211 in Girls 18 singles in 2001...Was also ranked 62nd in the South Section and sixth in the state of Tennessee in 2001...Was named tennis team captain from 2001-2002...Was the team MVP on the soccer team at Colonial Heights High School in Colonial Heights, Va...Was coached by U of M men's tennis head coach Phil Chamberlain as a junior tennis player.

Personal: Born Feb. 21, 1984... Is the daughter of John and Kinta Noble...Lists her greatest on-court moment as winning the state singles championship in 2001...Selected the University of Memphis because it offered her the greatest opportunity to improve her game and to play in Conference USA...Said the U of M was highly recommended to her..

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