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Lauren Clary

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Residence  St. Louis, MO

Name  Lauren Clary
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Lauren Clary, jump serving -- two hand toss! -- Sept 22, 2007


Lauren Clary is a High School & NCAA tennis player. Clary played for the 2001 State Championship Girls' Tennis team from Terre Haute South Vigo High School. Prior to the state championship run in 2001, Lauren was also the #1 singles player for Terre Haute South during their State Final Four appearances in 1999 & 2000. Clary was also selected by members of the IHSAA Executive Committee as the recipient of the Mental Attitude Award in Girls Tennis in 2005.

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Upon graduating Terre Haute South, Clary joined the Xavier University tennis team. Clary finished her career in 2005 as the winningest female tennis player in Xavier University history. She earned the Atlantic 10's Sporting Award for 2004-05 and is just the second person in conference history to garner Student-Athlete of the Year honors in an individual sport three times. Clary also was an all-Conference selection each year while at Xavier. Clary was one of two student-athletes in the nation to earn the NCAA's Sportsmanship Award in 2005. The four-year starter for the Musketeers left XU as the most decorated player in the history of the program, which included a career singles record of 115-25 (.821) and a mark of 103-27 (.792) in doubles with all of those matches coming at the No. 1 position.

In June 2006, Lauren Clary was honored at the eighth annual NCAA Sportsmanship Award dinner.

Clary is currently pursuing her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from St. Louis University.

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