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Height: 5'5"
Year: Senior
City/State: Mexico, Mo.
High School: Saddlebrook Preparatory


In just three years, has collected a 44-15 overall singles record and 17-2 ACC singles mark.

2001-02: Missed most of the fall and spring seasons recovering from rotator cuff and two knee surgeries ... did not see any action until the second round of the NCAA Tournament against Pennsylvania in doubles ... teamed with Katie Granson to win 8-1 over Ciulei/Ptak ... the duo then won 8-2 over Carollo/Gago of VCU in the final 16 of the NCAAs ... both matches were at the third position.

2000-01: Posted a 16-4 overall and 6-1 ACC record in singles action ... collected a 12-1 dual match record at the No. 6 position ... advanced to the third round of the pre-qualifying at the Riviera All-American with wins over Dorothee Kurz (Pepperdine) and Rebecca Ho (Penn State) ... posted key dual match victories against Indiana, Illinois, Arizona, William & Mary, Florida State (twice), N.C. State, Maryland (twice), Virginia, Wake Forest and Clemson (twice) ... did not lose a set in 12 of 13 dual matches in the spring ... in doubles action, teamed with Ioana Plesu to record a 4-2 record in the fall ... the duo won the Flight B title at the Tar Heel Invitational with victories against Campbell, Richmond and Virginia.

1999-00: Recorded a 28-11 overall and 19-4 dual record as a freshman ... saw action at the No. 4 (1-0), No. 5 (4-0) and No. 6 (14-4) ... notched a 7-1 ACC record ... had an eight-match and nine-match win streak during the season ... won 17 of her final 19 matches in her freshman campaign ... tallied key singles wins against Washington, Illinois, Iowa, Texas, Baylor, Indiana and Wake Forest ... teamed with Plesu in doubles ... the duo recorded a 9-5 record ... they posted victories against Clemson, Maryland, Northwestern, LSU, Kansas and Arizona ... recorded ACC wins against Maryland and Clemson ... had a five-match win streak during the fall. Prep: Was the No. 1 player on her Saddlebrook Preparatory School team ... in 1995, she led her team to the state championship and was named MVP of team ... in 1997, named Player of the Year at Saddlebrook ... advanced to the quarterfinals of the Easter Bowl in 1997 after defeating the No. 1 and No. 11 seeds ... during the summer of 1999 she played on the women?s satellite in Jackson, Miss.

Personal: Born January 15, 1981 ... daughter of Pallop and Ampai Siripipat.

Ask Prim...

The toughest player I have ever faced is... My coach Jimmy Brown

If I could appear on any magazine next month, it would be... Fortune 500

In my spare time I... Relax, read and do other physical activities like golfing, swimming, fishing and traveling.

When I pick up the newspaper, the first section I turn to is... I stay on the front page

My ultimate SportsCenter highlight would be... Me winning a major tournament like the U.S. Open

One thing most people don?t know about myself is... I enjoy playing the piano, saxophone and ballet/dance.??

My favorite web site is...

If I could trade places with someone for a day it would be... Dick Vitale, Barry Melrose Chris Fowler or Robin Roberts. I would like to be known as one of the most knowledgable commentators.

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