2005-06: Finished the season with a 10-10 singles record and a 12-9 mark in doubles play ... played at the No. 3 (0-1), No. 4 (2-0), No. 5 (3-3) and No. 6 (1-2) singles spots ... posted a 4-4 record in fall singles play to match a 4-2 doubles record ... played with Jackie Carleton on a doubles team which was ranked 34th in the preseason and notched a 9-7 record ... won two of three singles matches against ACC opponents, increasing her career record to 16-4 versus conference foes ... won four of her final six singles matches before an injury ended her season.
2004-05: Notched a 23-11 singles record on the year, including a 16-6 mark in dual matches ... was one of the Blue Devils’ most versatile members, playing at the No. 3 (1-0), No. 4 (5-2), No. 5 (8-2) and No. 6 (3-2) singles positions ... posted a 7-3 record in ACC matches, bringing her career record to 14-3 versus league opponents ... came up big in the clutch for Duke, winning the clinching singles match in five of the Blue Devils’ 16 victories ... had similar success in doubles, going 20-16 on the year with 17 matches played in the No. 1 doubles slot. 2003-04: Came in as a freshman and collected a 22-9 singles and 18-9 doubles record ... played the No. 5 (2-0) and No. 6 (16-4) singles positions ... went 7-0 in ACC action and had an 18-4 dual match record ... won three matches at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational ... registered an 11-match win streak ... picked up key dual match wins against Northwestern, Kentucky, North Carolina, Florida State and Georgia Tech ... in doubles, teamed with Jennifer Zika to post a 9-3 record in dual match play at the No. 2 and No. 3 positions ... the duo notched a 5-1 record in ACC play ... also played with Saras Arasu and notched a 7-5 mark ... the duo won their final five matches played together, including three dual match wins ... was ranked 49th nationally along with Katie Blaszak in the preseason ITA rankings. Prep: Attended The Westminster Schools where she played No. 1 singles the last four years ... recorded a 51-0 ledger for head coach John Anderson ... as a senior, named Athlete of the Year in tennis in the state of Georgia ... led Westminster to state championships each of her four years ... never lost a set during her four-year career ... in the USTA and STA rankings, listed as high as No. 1 in 2002 (STA) and No. 4 in 2000 (USTA) ... was sidelined with a back injury from May through November 2002 ... selected MVP of The Westminster team each of her four years ... two-time winner of the Bullfrog STA (2001, 2000) ... singles winner at the 2000 Franklin Winter National ... singles finalist at the Southern Closed (2001), singles and doubles champion at the Costa Rican Bowl (2001) ... third place in singles at the USTA Supernational Winter Championships in 2001 ... doubles semifinalist at the Chanda Rubin American ITF Circuit in South Carolina (2001) ... finished sixth at the 2001 USTA Super National Clay Courts ... registered a sixth place finish at the 2003 Easter Bowl Supernational ... a four-time Westminster Schools honor roll selection ... member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Born November 30, 1984 in Atlanta, Ga. ... daughter of Mason & Sharon Cargill ... has one sister, Ansley (23), who plays professional tennis and is in her second year as a volunteer assistant coach with Duke in 2005-06 ... started playing tennis at age nine and played in her first tournament at age 10 ... heavily involved in the community as a summer camp counselor, Habitat for Humanity, tennis instructor for underprivileged children and with the Atlanta Humane Society ... majoring in psychology.