Courtney Jantz
    Courtney Jantz

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Spring, Texas

    High School:
    Klein High School

    Height:
    5-5

    Birthdate:
    04/30/1982

    At Fresno State: (Fall 2004) Had a very solid fall season, especially in doubles ... went 6-6 in singles and 11-4 in doubles ... was a revelation in doubles with partner Lucia Sainz ... entering the fall, the combination had only played one match together ever, but they combined to go 9-2 during the fall season ... reached the finals of the ITA Northwest Regionals, finishing just one win shy of an automatic berth in the ITA National Individual Indoor Tournament ... also reached the finals of the Saint Mary's Tournament before the final day was washed out by rain ... also saw some doubles time with Jacqui Haskett ... in singles, her best showing was an appearance in the quarterfinals of the Bulldog Classic ... is second on the team in career doubles wins (68) and third in singles wins (55).

    (2003-04) Went 18-13 overall in singles, including 14-10 in dual matches while playing primarily at No. 6 ... also was 14-9 in doubles and solidified the No. 3 doubles position with Vlatka Jovanovic. The duo went 12-6 ... made a successful return to the lineup after suffering a major right knee injury in the season opener in 2003. She missed all of that season and spent eight months in rehabilitation ... had one of the biggest victories in program history when she performed a miracle comeback to defeat California's Jessica Shu 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 to give the Bulldogs a 4-3 upset victory over 11th-seeded California in the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... Jantz trailed 0-4 in the third set and then 2-5, love-40 ... she wound up saving four match points before storming back to send team to the round of 16 for just the second time ever ... finished the season very strong, winning 13 of her last 16 matches, including seven of the last eight ... has been a Bulldog longer than any other player. She joined the team in 2000 ... is a very good student who was a member of the Dean's List during the Fall 2003 semester.

    (2002-03) Injured her knee in the dual match opener and missed the remainder of the season ... wound up going 5-5 in singles, including an appearance in the round of 16 in the Bulldog Classic and Saint Mary's Tournament ... further cemented her reputation as a good doubles player by going 8-2 (1-0 dual), reaching the semifinals of the Omni Hotels Northwest Regionals with partner Chloe Carlotti ... went 4-1 with Katharina Winterhalter, advancing to the quarterfinals of the Bulldog Classic and Saint Mary's Tournament.

    (2001-02) Played sparingly at the No. 6 singles spot, going 2-6 ... finished with an overall record of 4-14 ... was solid in doubles, teaming with Chantel Wiggins at No. 3 to record a 12-8 dual match record ... her singles dual match victories came against Oklahoma State and Cal Poly ... did not play in the Bulldogs' WAC Tournament matches.

    (2000-01) Finished with a 22-12 overall singles mark, including an 11-6 record at the No. 6 spot ... teamed with Liesl Fichtbauer to finish 16-8 as the Bulldog's No. 2 doubles team ... picked up her first Bulldog singles win against Janice Salomon of UC Davis 6-2, 6-1 at the Saint Mary's Tournament ... runner-up finish at the Saint Mary's Tournament, her first competition as a Bulldog ... competed in the Wathen/Hancock Bulldog Classic and the ITA Northwest Regional Championships.

    Prior to Fresno State: Lettered in tennis all four years of high school ... team captain senior year ... four-time all-district selection ... two-time state finalist in high school ... top 10 selection in Texas eight years in a row ... received the sportsmanship award at the National Zone Team championships (14's) ... ranked No. 1 in Texas among the Girls 14 Division.

    Personal: Born April 30, 1982, in Oklahoma City, Okla. ... parents' names are Tom and Janie Jantz ... has an older sister, Lyndsey ... also recruited by Colorado State, Illinois State, SMU and Kansas ... hobbies include volleyball, soccer, rollerblading, road trips, movies and music ... chose Fresno State because of its great tennis program, community support of sports and location ... traveled through Europe during the summer, visiting teammates Lucia Sainz and Katharina Winterhalter.

    Career Singles Statistics

    YearOverallDualTourn
    2000-0122-1213-99-3
    2001-024-142-62-8
    2002-03*5-50-15-4
    2003-0414-913-81-1
    Fall 20046-60-06-6
    Totals55-5029-1627-25

    Career Doubles Statistics

    YearOverallDualTourn
    2000-0120-1117-83-3
    2001-0215-1214-81-4
    2002-03*8-21-07-2
    2003-0414-913-81-1
    Fall 200411-40-011-4
    Totals68-3845-2423-14
    * Indicates redshirt year

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