Anneli Axsater
Anneli Axsater


Bjarred, Sweden


Spring 2001: Recorded a 10-13 record in dual match singles... Was 5-1 at No. 6 singles... Was a perfect 2-0 in the Conference USA Tournament... Won the clinching match at No. 6 singles agaisnt South Florida... Also picked up a win in the NCAA Tournament against Texas A&M... Was 7-2 in her final nine matches... Three of her losses were in three sets... Teamed with Anna Monhartova to record a 10-2 mark in doubles, including a 10-0 showing at No. 3 doubles.

Fall 2000: Turned in a 7-8 record in the fall... Won her final two matches at the Tulane Green Wave Classic... Also won a pair of matches at the South Alabama Invitational... Four of her eight losses were narrow, three-set defeats.

Spring 2000: Posted a 15-8 record, playing mostly at the No. 5 spot... Was 5-0 at No. 4 singles... Turned in a 6-8 record in doubles play... Won all three of her matches at the Conference USA Tournament... Twice had four-match winning streaks.

Fall 1999: Won her first two matches at the Roberta Allison Fall Classic in Tuscaloosa... Followed up a tough three-set loss to Ole Miss' Irena Mihailova at the Roberta Allison Fall Classic with a straight sets victory at the Rice Invitational... Also won her first two matches at the Green Wave Classic.

Spring 1999: Was 18-5 in dual match play, including an impressive 10-2 record at the No. 5 spot. Turned in a 2-0 mark at No. 4 and was 6-3 at No. 6. Totaled a 12-7 record in doubles play with teammate Molly Rollauer.

Fall 1998: Posted a 7-5 record in the fall, with four losses coming at the hands of Green Wave teammates during tournament play. Finished fourth in the "B" flight at the Green Wave Classic. Finished third at the Roberta Allison Fall Classic, playing in the "C" flight. Also finished third in the "C" flight at the Rice Invitational.

Prep: Attended Polhemskolan in Lund, Sweden... Was ranked fifth among Swedish juniors.

Personal: Born August 1, 1979. The daughter of Sven and Birgitta Axsater. Older brother, Fredrik played tennis at USD and was an assistant coach at the University of Illinois... Also has an older sister, Annika... Picked up a win over a player ranked among the Top 700 by the WTA during the summer of 1999.