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October18, 2005 - Linda TienOur three-peat last spring was hard to come by, and a four-peatthis year will be just as hard! But our fall season started off ona good note with the addition of two new players on our team- AmyBedell and Jenny Moscato.Even though the season ended early, what it lacked in length itdefinitely made up for in intensity. Our regular practices weresupplemented with 7am conditioning twice a week with Steve and twohours of practice on both Saturdays and Sundays. Our recruits alsokept us on our toes. We found ourselves coordinating recruitdrop-offs and lunch dates left and right.All of our efforts culminated in the ITA Regional Tournament, whichwe hosted. The stars were not in our favor when the deadly curse ofthe women's tennis team (the cramp) returned. We'll soon be expertson the perfect combination of bananas, Gatorade, and water neededto cure the cramp! Besides that though, the tournament was asuccess: we had an all-Emory final in every draw of the tournament.Sam and I ended up winning the doubles and Serena won thesingles.We represented the Eagles at ITA Nationals in sunny Ft. Myers. Samand I placed 7th, but we were happy with how we played. Serenaplayed a stellar match in the finals, barely losing to Amy fromCarnegie Mellon (9-7 in third set tiebreak).We had fun, barring me running into and knocking Amy over when wewere jogging (nasty bruise! oops). And try as we did, we never cameacross the Florida panther amiss the curious plethora of PantherCrossing signs. Nor did we ever find that crazy wild boar from lastyear. It was meant to be a wildlife weekend - Sam took one for theteam when a monster wasp bit her in a swimsuit store (it definitelywasn't a bee, they hurt less). Amy capitalized and got a gooddiscount for her swimsuit!Even though our fall season has ended, we have a lot to lookforward to. Captain's practices and weights will prepare us for thespring. Spring will bring many more morning sprints and weekendpractices, but it will all be worth it: we'll be heading towards afourth national championship! We will not capitulate!March 11,2006 - Indu AnandWe were up at 5:30 a.m. on Saturday morning to leave Atlanta.After a stressful week of midterms, we were ready for the warmsunny weather of California. Unfortunately, to our surprise, it wasraining and hailing on the drive to our hotel! I am from Chicago,and this was the biggest hail I had ever seen! We were starvingafter our flight and a little lost on the highway, so we stoppedoff at Farmer Boys "world greatest burgers" for lunch. It wasdelicious, cheap fast food, and they had a great variety ofburritos, burgers, salads, and the HUGE onion rings which lookedbetter than they tasted.We finally got to the hotel and settled into our rooms. Jamie,Jenny, and I went to Target to pick up some stuff while some othergirls walked across the street to get their nails done. Apparently,there was a 99 cent store next door with crazy toys which madeexcellent grab bag gifts. That evening for dinner we had tastybread and pastas from the Macaroni Grill. We pretended that it wasChristine's birthday, and the hostess sang opera "Happy Birthday"to her in Italian. We shared the free desert.It had been an exhausting week and day. I went to bed at 8 p.m.California time to energize for our first match against Pomona andto get ready for our 21 Choices debut!March 12,2006 - Cristina ArellanoOur day started off nice and early with a couple of girls wakingup at 6 a.m. We snuck into our coach's hotel room to confiscate thethree boxes of cereal and bags of fruit we bought the day before.The whole team was wide awake by 7 a.m. and by 7:15, we were readyto take our morning jog that lasted a grand total of 12 minutes.But no one can deny, the trail at the foot of the mountainsprovided us with a glorious view and numbing fresh air.We headed out to Pomona Pitzer at around 10 a.m. and began ourwarm up to Kanye West. The day grew cloudier as we started off withdoubles. Emory finished with four beautiful victories; the last oneprovided by Christine Ingoldsby's amazing talent for quick volleysand creative visualization techniques.In our singles matches we came out tough. Slipping and slidingaway in the rain, we managed to win most of our first sets. Therewas tons of cheering going on, mostly done by one person who keptyelling "HENS!" It took me a while to realize that that wasPomona's mascot.After hanging out in a utility closet for about an hour eatinghumus, taking pictures and stealing equipment; the coaches decidedto call it a day.The team headed to an Italian restaurant with our sweet andloyal fans Mr. & Mrs. Marasigan. We ordered about 10 familystyle dishes and were entertained by Jenny Moscato's attemptedmagic tricks. After having finished the last piece of pizza whichwas forced down Cristina's throat, the team headed to 21 Choices.The team took over the petit frozen yogurt shop and sampled mostof the flavors. After eating up our delicious concoctions, each toone's own liking, we rolled on back to the hotel and celebratedwith some TV, managerial accounting, marketing, and MCAT reading.Our day was complete once we realized that we were going to IndianWells to watch some seriously amazing tennis on Monday.March 13,2006 - Samantha ShapiroToday was a beautiful day in California. We were all so excitedto get the chance to see the professionals play at Indian Wells atthe Pacific Life Open. We woke up early, hit for a little, thenleft for a lengthy drive to Palm Springs. When we arrived at thetournament we could not wait to jump out of the car and headstraight for the courts. While roaming around, we saw great tenniseverywhere. Some highlights included watching Leyton Hewitt oncenter court in a tough 3 set match, Tim Henman in a close match,as well as women's doubles on a few other courts. Aside from thatit was also interesting to walk around the practice courts becausewe got the chance to be so close to the players without standing ina huge crowd. One of the most surprising moments was when PeteSampras walked directly by a few of us, and it took us a fewseconds to even register it was him!! Personally, I was on thelookout for James Blake, but as for my luck, he was not playinguntil 6 p.m.After watching some great tennis, we headed over to Richie's housefor some food. Richie's mom prepared amazing ceviche as well asmake-your-own burritos. We relaxed at her house for quite a whilethen left to go do some shopping at the outlet malls. The outletmalls were pretty cool, I think everyone found something to buysince there were TONS of stores! People bought things from jewelry,to clothes, to shoes, as well as much more.Finally after a long, tiring, exciting day, it was time to returnto the hotel. No one could even keep their eyes open on the returnback because we were so exhausted from such an exhilarating day.March 15,2006 - Jenny MoscatoDay four of our visit to California started off similar to theothers with a brisk jog around the neighborhood and then a cozybreakfast consisting of bagels and cereal in Amy's room. Beforethis though, Indu and I had to pull some sneaky moves gettingarmfuls of plastic spoons and bowls from the hotel's breakfast areabecause on this trip I learned the women's tennis team always triesto be as economical as possible.Following breakfast we started off for San Diego to play theDivision II school UC-San Diego. No one was ever really certain ofthe duration of our car rides, but we knew that we would haveenough I-tunes to keep us entertained for at least 6 hours, so noworries. We oohed and ahhed as we drove along the California coastand took in the sparkling ocean and clear sky.After Sam's map skills were put to the test, we arrived at UCSDaround noon. Indu had to ask a lot of people for directions to thecafeteria, but we successfully trekked across the huge schoolcampus and found some lunch. After fueling our bodies, the team wasraring to play this tough Division II school.The sun was shining as we started out our doubles matches, but thebeautiful day was not foretelling of our doubles results; westarted out down 1-2. San Diego was very vocal and could tastevictory, but the team was anything but ready to give up. We werestill fresh and eager for our singles matches to start. All aroundthe matches were tight and included multiple, grueling threesetters. Long after the sun had set it came down to Linda's numberone singles match to clinch the now tied 4-4 game. Thanks toEmory's loud cheering now matching that of San Diego's and Linda'sspectacular playing, we pulled out the win that day.Since the match had been an especially tough and long one everyonewas ready for some dinner! The Marasigans led the caravan to apopular sushi restaurant in down town San Diego. Despite how safelywe drove though, California streets and highways are always theplaces to expect hindrances and surprises. First our cars had toswerve to avoid hitting a full chest of drawers that had fallen andsmashed smack into the middle of the freeway. Later there wereencounters with one way streets, roaring trolley cars, andmysterious parking garages. However, I don't think I am alone insaying that the 2 hour car trip to San Diego would have been worthit just for the sushi we experienced that night. No matter if youordered crunchy rolls, steaming noodle bowls, or a variety comboplate, everyone was extremely satisfied.I think the only regret of that day may have been that we returnedto the hotel too late and tired to stop at 21 Choices for the thirdnight in a row.March 16,2006 - Linda TienWell well.. I think I've perhaps chosen the most uneventful dayof our trip to write about. But that's nothing to complain about,since our spring break in California was far from being dull! Ourmorning started off with the usual run and breakfast, followed by ashort practice. Since Day five was sandwiched between two hardmatches (UC San Diego and University of Redlands), we kept ouractivities pretty light.What is there to do in beautiful Claremont? After practice, wewent to the Claremont Village, where we went shopping at the littleboutique stores. Amy, Indu and I headed straight for the bead shop,where we mustered up our artistic powers to design our ownnecklaces. We definitely kept everyone else waiting, trying tofinish them. After that, most of the team decided to go watch theEmory men's team play their match against the Redlands. A couple ofus stayed behind at the hotel to log in some productive schoolworktime. Dinner was spent in the mall food court, and more shoppingwas accomplished by a few of us. For some reason, Day five endedwithout the team's ritual stop at 21 Choices. No worries, though -we were well rested to battle the University of Redlands the nextday!March 17,2006 - Richelle MarasiganSpring break in sunny California was going by too quickly, so weknew we had to make the most of it on our last full day. We eagerlypacked up and drove to the University of Redlands where we weresurprised to find a festive green water fountain by the courtsreminding us of St. Patrick's Day. The weather was beautiful, not acloud in the sky and we were all pumped to dominate on the tenniscourts. We grabbed some lunch and warmed up for the match suited upin our new sweatshirts and sweatpants specially shipped from Emory.They must have brought us luck because we won the match 6-3. Afterthe match, we all went to dinner at an excellent Thai restaurantwith Richie's parents who were our #1 fans throughout the wholetrip. After dinner they said goodbye and we headed off to our lasttrip to 21 Choices (the best fro yo place ever!!!). It was sad toface the fact that it would be another whole year until we couldhave this tasty treat again. But, as usual, the flavors wereamazing, and we left with our empty bowls wishing 21 Choices wouldmove to Atlanta.March 18,2006 - Christine IngoldsbyOur spring break had finally come to an end, as we packed up thecars and headed off to the airport. We were sad to be leavingCalifornia, and were reluctant to go back to the stresses of schooland homework. The week was filled with competitive matches,shopping trips, lots of frozen yogurt, and a number of othermemories that made the trip very enjoyable. The whole team hadgained more experience on the tennis court, as well as bondedtogether during the entire week. The last day of the trip was thehardest for Jamie Chan as she battled the peak symptoms of the fluthroughout the plane ride. The rest of the team tried to avoid thesame fate by trying to stay away and drinking lots of Airborne tostay healthy. Unfortunately, a few days later half the team startedgetting sick with the same symptoms. Maybe this just shows how muchwe truly bond as a team.April 4 ,2006 - Jamie ChanGrab a snack to munch on while you read about our match againstDepauw and our weekend tournament in Virginia. Emory v. DepauwSaturday, April 1: We had a great match against Depauw onSaturday. We began our morning by having a team breakfast atBagel Palace. We fueled our bodies with omelets, bagels, hashbrowns, fruit, and water. The rain pushed us indoors for ourdoubles matches where we went ahead 2-1. Sam and Lindaovercame a boisterous Depauw doubles team while Indu and Cristinalikewise dominated their opponents. The sun came out anddried up all the rain, and the itsy bitsy spider...oops! I gotcarried away...Thanks to the power of the sun, we were able to playour singles matches outdoors in the great Atlanta weather. Wesoared to victory and defeated Depauw by a score of 5-4. Singles highlights of the day: Christine's valiant effortagainst her opponent that went to a super-tiebreaker for thematch. Linda's awesome fight against her worthy opponent'sbooming serve and big ground strokes. Richelle's quickreactions at the net and her backhand volley winner on the lastpoint of her match. Virginia TripOur tennis-filled weekend in Virginia was also filled with lotsof yummy food, sour candy, laughter, warm hugs from parents, androckin' out in the Armada! (not the Spanish one, though). Thursday, March23: After practice on Thursday, we leftAtlanta and flew in the tiny Roanoke airport that only had sixgates. The trip was much shorter than our 14 hourbus trip the year before. We piled into the minivan and hugeNissan Armada and made our way to Lexington, VA. On the way,we soon found out that Coach Amy likes driving behind highsemi-trucks, while Coach Tommy likes to dominate the "radio game"by flipping through the stations until he finds a song heknows. However, Indu scored a point in the game by correctlyidentifying a classical piece by Mozart. You know you go toEmory when...you can correctly name a classical song and thecomposer on the radio. Haha Go, Indu! Friday, March 24: On Friday, our match was against TrinityUniversity. The cold Virginia weather was a shock for uswarm-blooded Atlanta girls, but Coach Amy gave us hand warmers tosupply us with a small bit of warmth. Christine's "superstar"parents, older sister (who could've been Christine's twin), andvivacious brother brought us delicious apple cake, sugar cookies,fruit, and hearty cheering. We also had the support of Johnand Fran (a.k.a. Mr. and Mrs. Moscato - Jen-nay's parents) at thematch. Lindsay Tiemeyer, an alum, also came to Virginia tocheer us on. The singles matches were a fight, but we wentdown 4-2 going into doubles. After a brief huddle, we wereready to bring it to the Trinity Tigers, but again fell short inall three doubles matches with a final score of 7-2. TheTigers played well while the Eagles came up short. Unfortunately, the wind beneath our wings was not