Women's Tennis

Patrycia Hubl
Patrycia Hubl

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Warsaw, Poland

High School:
Wladyslaw Anders

Height:
5-7

Experience:
3V



Briefly
Patrycia Hubl is in her final season of tennis at LMU...

At LMU
2004-05... finished with a combined fall and spring singles record of 13-12... recorded singles and doubles victories in the first round of the WCC Championship with singles win over Michelle Duncan of San Francisco 6-0, 6-0... earned doubles victory against Mijic and Shi of No. 75 UC Irvine 8-5... teamed with Carla Arguelles for 8-4 win over Mijic and Shi of Long Beach State... recorded doubles and singles victories over 75th-ranked Santa Clara 9-8, and 6-3, 6-1... defeated 62nd-ranked Pacific's top doubles team of Mrazovic and Heil 8-2... went 4-0 in singles at the UCI Fall Invitational...2003-04...An All-WCC honorable mention selection in singles and the WCC Doubles Team of the Month in February with partner Serena Fermin... finished season 17-8 and 12-7 in dual competition... her 17 wins tied her for the team lead... was 9-6 in doubles... took singles match victories over No. 64 Long Beach State 1-6, 6-4, 6-4, No. 68 San Diego State 6-0, 6-1, and No. 48 Sacramento State 6-4, 7-5... 2002-03... earned All-WCC honorable mention honors in singles and first-team honors in doubles with partner Penka Fileva... finished the season 21-11 overall, going 13-5 in dual competitions... went 10-2 playing at the number six singles spot... went 15-11 as a doubles player, going 15-8 with Fileva...

High School
A 2002 graduate of Wladyslaw Anders High School in Warsaw, Poland...finished with a 3.6 GPA... played for the Legia tennis club in Warsaw for eight years...played for coach Adam Mincberg...

Personal
Patrycia Hubl was born on Dec. 22, 1982 in Vanderbijlpark, South Africa...the daughter of Andrzej and Barbara Hubl...has one sister, Paulina... father played tennis at Technical University of Warsaw... a Sociology major with a History minor.

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