Paola Rodolfi
Paola Rodolfi

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Asuncion, Paraguay

High School:
Sek Paraguay International

Height:
5-1

Major:
Marine Vertebrate Biology


2008-09: Saw all of her action in the top half of the lineup for Stony Brook ... second team All-America East at No. 2 doubles with Salome Mkervalidze ... went 7-6 in singles play in a season that saw her playing time limited due to injury ... finished 4-1 at No. 3 singles ... longest win streak of the season was three matches in the spring ... put together a 9-5 record in doubles play ... 6-3 with Mkervalidze to earn all-conference honors ... duo was 5-3 at No. 2.

2007-08: Stony Brook's No. 1 singles player for a second straight season ... first team All-America East at No. 2 doubles ... named to the America East All-Academic team ... America East Academic Honor Roll ... finished with a 15-12 singles record ... 7-9 at No. 1 singles ... started the season by reaching the finals of the Army Invitational ... 2-3 in America East play ... picked up conference wins against Albany and Hartford ... 12-12 record in doubles ... paired with Sandy Wijeratne as the team's top No. 2 doubles team to go 11-5 and earn all-conference honors ... perfect 5-0 in America East play ... duo finished the season strong, winning eight of their final nine matches.

2006-07: Named the America East Rookie of the Year ... put together a 16-8 record in singles action, including a 10-3 mark at #1 singles ... perfect 5-0 record in America East matches ... won the consolation bracket of the Eastern Women's Intercollegiate Tennis Championships ... defeated Ebru Burdurophy of Seton Hall, 6-2, 6-2 in the final ... 12-8 in doubles matches ... 11-6 at #1 doubles with a pair of partners ... teamed with Erica Federgreen to go 10-6.

High School: Six-year letterwinner at the SEK Paraguay International School in Asuncion, Paraguay ... #1 U18 Paraguay national ranking ... 2006 Interclubs champion.

Personal: Born Paola Rodolfo on July 23, 1987 ... daughter of Patrizia Bongiorni and Roberto Rodolfi ... majoring in marine science.