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    Tiffany Brymer
    Tiffany Brymer

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Apple Valley, Calif.

    High School:
    Rio Mesa

    Height:
    6-0

    Experience:
    3V

    R/L:
    R

    THIS SEASON:
    Tiffany Brymer enters her fourth season at USC ... A returning ITA Doubles All-American with partner Jewel Peterson ... Ranked No. 90 in the preseason singles rankings and No. 9 in doubles with partner Jewel Peterson ... Posted a 6-3 record in fall tournaments ... Advanced to the singles quarterfinals of the Omni Hotels West Regional Championship and captured the doubles title with Peterson ... The pair posted a 6-1 fall record.

    2002:
    Brymer compiled a 25-11 overall singles record and 29-14 overall doubles mark in 2002 ... Earned her first ITA Doubles All-American honor ... Finished the season ranked No. 8 in doubles with partner Jewel Peterson ... Named All-Pac-10 honorable mention ... Played primarily at No. 5 in singles and compiled a 16-7 dual match record ... Made three outings at the No. 4 position for a 2-1 mark ... Had her biggest upset of the season when she beat UCLA's Lauren Fisher in the first dual match between the rivals ... Won seven consecutive matches at mid-season, never dropping a match in March ... Captured her first collegiate title by winning the 2002 Pac-10 Invitational Championship at the end of the regular season ... In doubles, she and Peterson were ranked among the top 25 throughout the season, reaching No. 4 on April 3 ... In the fall, the duo reached the semifinals of the ITA Regionals and the Pac-10 Indoor Championships ... Advanced to the semifinals of the Pac-10 Tournament ... The pair competed in the NCAA Doubles Championship and advanced to the Round of 16 ... They collected an 18-8 record in dual matches at the No. 1 position ... She also played doubles matches with Caroline Christian (1-0) and Maureen Diaz (1-0).

    2001:
    As a sophomore, Brymer compiled a 16-12 overall singles record, a 15-9 mark in dual matches and a 6-8 record against Pac-10 opponents... She did not play in the fall... In the spring, she moved from the No. 6 spot in the lineup to No. 4 by season's end... Brymer was most successful in the month of March when she won 5-of-8 matches, including four-straight victories against Arizona, Miami, William & Mary and UCLA... Brymer ended the season with an important victory over Jieun Jacobs of Cal... Playing at No. 1 doubles for the second straight year, Brymer and Jewel Peterson were ranked in the top-20 for much of the season and earned a No. 14 final ranking with a 19-16 overall record... She also played one match with Melissa Esmero (0-1)... Brymer and Peterson were selected to compete at the NCAA Doubles Championship but fell in the first round to Bea Bielik and Janet Bergman of Wake Forest (6-2, 6-3)... In the fall, Brymer and Peterson advanced to the quarterfinals of the Rolex Regionals and the semifinals of the Pac-10 Indoor Championships... Brymer was unable to get past the first round of the Pac-10 Singles and Doubles Tournament, falling to Claire Carter of Washington in singles and Faye DeVera and Adria Engel of Arizona State in doubles.

    2000:
    Brymer completed her first season with the Women of Troy with a 22-13 overall record in singles, 18-8 mark in dual matches and a 9-9 finish against Pac-10 opponents ... As one of the team's top doubles players, she found great success with partner Kara Warkentin ... The pair completed the season with a 13-14 overall record and 6-10 record in dual matches playing at the top spot in the lineup ... The duo was ranked 27th in the final ITA rankings ... Brymer also played one doubles match with Jacqui Boyd (1-0) and one with Anita Loyola (0-1) ... She and Warkentin were selected as first alternates for the NCAA doubles championship and entered the bracket on the first day of competition but fell to Martina Ondrejkova and Iva Puflerova of South Alabama in the first round ... Brymer made a strong run in singles play during midseason ... Beginning on Jan. 18, she won 14-of-15 matches, mainly at No. 6 ... She played five matches at No. 5 and one at No. 4 ... Her longest win streak began on Feb. 19 against Kimberly Guy of Notre Dame, and extended eight matches ... Her midseason success was brought to an end on April 1 when she struggled through the team's final six regular season matches, earning only one victory... At the Pac-10 tournament she advanced to the quarterfinals of the Invitational before falling to eventual champion Jen Heiser of Stanford ... In doubles, she and Warkentin lost in the championship match of the Pac-10 Tournament.

    PREP EXPERIENCE:
    Brymer is a 1999 graduate of Rio Mesa High in Apple Valley, Calif. ... Played one year of varsity tennis at the No. 1 position ... She was an All-American selection as a senior and was named the Los Angeles Times Player of the Year ... She won the CIF Individual title in 1998-99 and led the squad to the CIF Championship ... Honored as the Pacific View League Player of the Year after only losing one set as a senior and finishing with a 31-0 record ... Aside from her high school experience, she was named the SCTA (Southern California Tennis Association) Player of the Year in 1997 after winning the singles, doubles and mixed doubles 16-and-under sectionals - a feat she also accomplished in 1995 ... Other awards included: 1994 14-and-under Copper Bowl title, 1994 SCTA Most Improved Player, 1997 National Indoor Doubles Champion and 1998 International Grass Court Doubles Champion.

    PERSONAL:
    Tiffany Alexandra Brymer was born on Jan. 25, 1981 in Tarzana, Calif. ... She is the daughter of Robert and Wendy Brymer ... Her brother, Chris, also attended USC and played football in 1994-97... He played in the NFL and XFL... Hopes to play professional tennis following graduation ... A political science major.

    BRYMER'S CAREER STATISTICS
    

    S - Overall S - Duals D - Overall D - Duals
    Year W L Pct. W L Pct. W L Pct. W L Pct.

    2000 22 13 .629 18 8 .692 14 15 .483 7 10 .412
    2001 16 12 .571 15 9 .625 19 17 .528 14 13 .519
    2002 25 11 .694 18 8 .692 29 14 .674 20 8 .714
    Totals 63 36 .636 51 25 .671 62 46 .574 41 31 .569