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 Audrey LePottier
Audrey LePottier

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Soignolles-en-Brie, France

High School:
Blaise Pascal

Height:
5-7


Fall 2010: Split six singles matches (3-3) during individual tourney play during short autumn season ... Only experienced doubles action in the College of Charleston Invitational, teaming with Jessica Cook for a 2-3 record. 2009-10: Played in the upper half of the Lady Pirates lineup during the entire spring campaign and earned a 15-11 mark ... The 26 matches represented the highest total played by any ECU singles performer in dual match competition ... Also posted ECU's highest winning percentage in flight play, rolling to an 8-1 record at the No. 4 slot ... Also experienced action at No. 1 (4-5), No. 2 (2-5) and No. 3 (1-0) ... Only involved in four three-set matches during spring season (2-2) ... Dropped nine of her first 14 battles before bouncing back with an eight-match win streak that began March 9 and ended with a three-set defeat to UCF's Jenna Doerfler (6-3, 2-6, 3-6) ... Won opener in the C-USA Championship Tournament by downing Houston's Maja Kazimieruk 6-2, 6-4 ... Teamed with Cook as ECU's top doubles tandem to produce a 13-9 record ... Similar to successful singles run, rolled off an eight-match win streak from March 9 until April 12 before ending the campaign with losses in three of the last four outings. Experienced action in just two overall matches during the fall, which occurred at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Regional Championships in Winston-Salem ... Fell in the opening round of both singles and doubles (Cook) events. 2008-09: Did not experience action during the spring season because of transfer eligibility issues, but turned in a .500 (5-5) fall singles campaign during initial semester with the Lady Pirates ... Won seven of 10 doubles matchups with two different partners ... Was 3-1 with Rocio Cabanillas and 4-2 with Natalie Collins. 2007-08 (High Point): Registered a 10-9 spring singles record, playing every match at the No. 1 position ... Was 2-4 in Big South Conference play ... Combined on a 10-7 doubles record with three different partners, posting a 1-2 mark at No. 1 and a 9-5 clip at No. 2 ... Fell to Cook (6-2, 6-7, 6-1) and dropped doubles match to Alex Smith and Brooke Walter (8-5) during 6-1 team loss to East Carolina in Greenville Feb. 4 ... In all, Panthers were 7-12 last season before program was dropped ... HPU opened BSC Tournament play with a 4-2 over Charleston Southern before bowing out to No. 1 seed Winthrop. High School/Junior Tennis: Graduated from Lycee Blaise Pascal in 2007 ... Advanced to the amateur French Championships, which was held in the Roland Garros Stadium Complex - the same venue as the French Open. Personal: Full name is Audrey LePottier ... Born March 7, 1989 at Vitry sur Seine, France ... Daughter of Jean-Pierre and Chantal LePottier ... A hospitality management major.