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Maria Rosenberg
 Maria Rosenberg

Manhattan, Kan.

High School:




• 2003 All-Big 12 Academic First Team
• 2002 Big 12 Conference No. 4 Singles Position Runner-Up
• Three-time Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll selection

As a sophomore (2002-2003): Finished with an overall record of 17-13, including 6-4 in the Big 12 and 12-8 in dual matches...Posted a dual record of 1-0 at No. 1 and No. 3...Owned the team's second-best overall record...Had a 10-3 record vs. Central Region opponents...Opened the spring season winning 10 of her 12 matches...Won six consecutive matches between Jan. 24 and Mar. 1...Undefeated in February...Lost only three sets in 16 dual match victories...Clinched the Colorado match with a 6-3, 2-6, 6-4 win over Kate Lutgert and the Kansas match with a 7-6 (3), 6-4 victory over Emily Haylock.

Posted an 13-11 overall dual doubles record, including a dual record of 5-3, Big 12 mark of 3-0 and 7-4 overall record with Hayley McIver at No. 3...Pair strung together five wins from Feb. 1 to Mar. 15...Duo was 5-2 vs. Central Region foes...Teamed with Jessica Simosa at No. 3...Had records of 6-5 overall, dual and Big 12...Also 3-1 vs. Central Region competition...Pair let only five opponents score more than four points in a set.

Posted a 5-5 fall record...Was 2-1 at the Hoosier Classic...Reached the round of 16 in the main draw of the ITA Regional Tournament.

As a freshman (2001-2002): Turned in a solid rookie season...Big 12 Conference's No. 4 Singles Runner-Up...Posted the team's best overall record at 19-9...Had a 7-4 mark in the Big 12 and was 13-8 in dual matches...Went 11-3 vs. Central Region opponents during the dual season...Was 1-0 at No. 3 singles.

Opened the spring season winning nine of her 11 matches...Won seven consecutive matches between Feb. 17 and March 15...Posted a 3-1 record in February...Lost only two sets in 12 dual match victories...Was 11-6 record from Feb. 17 to the end of the season...Undefeated in the Big 12 for the first four matches...Victorious in a pair of superset matches (10-8 vs. Heather Saluri, Oklahoma & 10-7 vs. Kristin Gyaki of Iowa State).

Reached the third round of the main draw of the ITA Regional Tournament in the fall...Began her rookie season with six straight victories, including four at the Georgia Bulldog Fall Invitational over foes from Georgia, Notre Dame and Miami and two in the regional tournament...Posted a 4-1 mark vs. Central Region opponents in the fall.

Recorded a 3-2 record in doubles in the fall and teammed with Paulina Castillejos to defeat KSU's No. 1 doubles team, 8-5, to reach the finals of the Wildcat Doubles Invitational...Teamed with Castillejos at No. 3 doubles during the regular season...Duo was 6-6, including 3-3 in the Big 12...The tandem clinched a key doubles point in dual victory over BYU and New Mexico...Preserved the Wildcats' shutout of Missouri with a tiebreaker win.

Paired with Petra Sedlmajerova for the final four matches of the season and posted a 2-2 record...Also had a 1-3 record with Hayley McIver and 0-1 mark with Kathy Chuda in the fall.

At Manhattan High School: Posted a perfect 33-0 record on her way to the state high school tennis title as a senior...Finished third at state and tallied a 28-1 record as a 1999 junior...Named McDonald's Athlete of the Week twice...Finished fifth at the Copper Bowl in 2000...Had a No. 8 USTA ranking in the Missouri Valley region in 2000 and was the second highest Kansas player in the region...Won two Missouri Valley Tournaments - USTA/Missouri Valley Super II and the MVTA Super West - and played in two others regional finals in 2000...Had a 25-7 record on the USTA 18-and-under Missouri Valley circuit as a junior...Beat 12 ranked opponents and of her seven losses, five were to players ranked in the top 10 in the MV...Lettered in cross country and track and field...Coached by former Wildcat Joyce Allen.

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 11, 1982, in Moscow, Russia, to Alexander and Tanya Rosenberg...Has a younger brother, Leo...Undecided on her major at Kansas State.


Year Overall Dual Tourn. Big 12 #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6
2001-02 19-9 13-8 6-1 7-4 - - 1-0 12-8 - -
2002-03 17-13 12-8 5-5 6-4 1-0 10-8 1-0 - - -
Career 36-22 28-16 8-6 13-9 1-0 10-7 3-0 14-8 - -


Year Overall Dual Tourn. Big 12 #1 #2 #3
2001-02 13-15 9-11 4-4 4-6 - - 9-11
2002-03 13-10 11-9 2-1 7-3 - 0-1 11-9
Career 26-26 20-21 6-5 11-9 - 0-1 20-20