Three Georgia Tech freshmen are helping lead the way for the Yellow Jacket women's tennis team
Tech women's tennis dug in for three wins in five days
Yellow Jackets host Wildcats at 2 p.m. Wednesday
Freshman Natasha Prokhnevska earns only Yellow Jacket point
Freshman Kendal Woodard nets 10th win of rookie campaign
Photos from Georgia Tech's dramatic 4-3 win over Alabama in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Photos from NCAA Tournament first round match against Oklahoma State in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Photos from Georgia Tech's upset win over Miami in the ACC Tournament Quarterfinals. All photos by Sara Davis of The ACC.
2011-12: Finished her first year at Georgia Tech with a 16-10 singles record and a 17-15 doubles record... With partner Jillian O'Neill, defeated 10 ranked opponents, earned bid to NCAA Doubles Championship and finished the year ranked No. 23... Beat UGA's No. 2 team of Chelsey Gullickson and Nadja Gilchrist 8-5 in first dual of spring season... Clinched team win over Princeton...
2010-11 (Georgia): Posted a 21-11 record in singles including 12-7 in dual matches, going 3-1 at No. 2, 7-3 at No. 3 and 2-3 at No. 4... Clinched four team wins... Went 4-3 against ranked foes including a win over No. 37 Joanna Mather (Florida)... Posted a 24-11 doubles record including 13-6 in dual matches... Went 17-6 with Cameron Ellis including 2-0 at No. 2 and 9-4 at No. 3... Career-best ITA ranking of No. 111 in singles and No. 19 in doubles with Ellis, ended year ranked No. 119 in singles and unranked in doubles... Earned SEC Freshman of the Week honors in February after key wins over rival Georgia Tech as Bulldogs posted a 5-2 victory... Helped team post a 19-5 record, advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals and a final national ranking of No. 8
Juniors: Successful junior career and gained experience in a variety of international junior tournaments... Trained at the Racquet Club of the South Tennis Academy in Norcross, Ga., under coach Brian De Villiers and completed degree requirements through Kaplan HS... Ranked in the Top 10 in the USTA Girls 18s... A Blue Chip recruit, according to Tennis Recruiting.net... Played in the US Open Juniors, won the 2009 Southern Championship... Honored by the USTA Southern Section, Girls 18s Fed Cup Team Champions... Won first International Tennis Federation Junior event at the age of 13... Represented the United States as part of USTA Teen Tennis program that competed in England and France
Personal: Born Alexandra Christina Anghelescu on Feb. 23, 1992 to Chris and Karen Anghelescu in San Mateo, Calif.... Has a younger sister, Corina... Plays right handed... Majoring in management.
|Alex Anghelescu's Career Statistics|
|2010-11 (at UGA)||12-7||21-11||13-6||24-11|