| Medeja Egic
Coach White Says...
"In her final semester of collegiate competition, Medeja's determination, experience and leadership will be key in helping the Owls achieve their goals for the spring. She brings a true desire to help her team, and herself, to be the best. Medeja is the kind of player that can bring out the best in her teammates."
Rice -- Fall 2005: Went 7-4 in singles and 6-7 in doubles... Finished the fall by winning her final six singles matches, including a win in the finals her draw at the San Diego State Fall Classic... Posted a 5-4 record in doubles with partner Kimberley Patenaude as the pair advanced to the finals of the ITA Southwest Regional consolation draw.
2004-05: Matriculated in January 2005... Posted a 12-8 record in singles and a 11-12 record in doubles... Began her Rice career with a five-match win streak... Went 3-1 in doubles with Patenaude, with the sole loss coming against the then-54th ranked doubles team in the nation.
Lee College -- 2003 and 2004 ITA all-America in singles and doubles... Finished 2004 ranked fourth in singles by the ITA... Team finished ranked second... Teamed with Loli Aguirre-Gomez to form the top doubles tandem, winning the national title... Lee College was the NJCAA runner up... As a freshman, posted a 20-match win streak... Finished second at the national tournament and was ranked second... Two-time national small college championship participant... Team was two-time Southwest Junior College and Region XIV champions... In two years posted a 45-19 singles record and 38-38 doubles mark.
Personal -- Full Name: Medeja Egic. Born: July 1, 1981 at Ljubljana, Slovenia. Parents: Milos and Marjela Egic of Ankaran, Slovenia (one brother). College: Lovett.