Listed at No. 43 in the Fall ITA Doubles Rankings with Maya Johansson ... Ended fall play with a 5-4 overall doubles record ... Captured the consolation singles title in the Flight-VII draw at the Duals in the Desert tournament ... Also advanced to the consolation round of 16 at the ITA West Regionals ... Teamed with four different partners in fall doubles play, posting a combined 6-4 record ... Reached the Flight-A semifinals (w/Alexandria Walters) at the Cal State Fullerton Intercollegiates ... Advanced to the round of 16 (w/Ashley Joelson) at the ITA West Regionals ... Captured the Flight-III consolation doubles title (w/Anna-Viktoria Lind) at the Duals in the Desert tournament ... Also competed in qualifying at the Riviera/ITA All-American (w/Johansson).
Ended the season ranked No. 55 in doubles with Elizabeth Lumpkin ... Played at the No. 3 spot with Lumpkin, going 29-11 on the year ... The duo also went 19-6 in dual matches, posting a 16-5 mark at the No. 2 position ... Was 3-3 in dual singles matches on the season, playing every match at the No. 6 spot ... Advanced to the round of 16 in the Invitational draw at the Pac-10 Championships ... Was 4-5 in fall singles play ... Semifinalist in the Flight-V draw at the Duals in the Desert tournament ... Also reached the round of 16 at the Racquet Club Invitational in Midland, Texas ... Was 7-3 in fall doubles action (w/Lumpkin) ... The duo captured the doubles title at the Racquet Club Invitational, defeating Pepperdine's Bandere/Kosakowski, 9-8 in the final ... Also advanced to the semifinals of the Flight-II draw at the Duals in the Desert.
Ended the season listed at No. 39 in doubles (w/Lumpkin) in the Final ITA Rankings ... Owned a 24-9 overall doubles record ... Teamed mostly with Lumpkin at the No. 3 position, going 13-3 ...The duo went 4-0 during UCLA's run to the NCAA Tournament Final ... Also reached the quarterfinals in doubles at the Pac-10 Championships ... Posted a 14-6 overall singles record ... Played all of her dual matches at the No. 6 position, going 6-1 ... Went 3-3 in fall singles play ... Reached the quarterfinals of the Flight-B draw at the Fall Desert Classic ... Also reached the finals in doubles (w/Lumpkin) at the Fall Desert Classic.
Listed in the top 100 of the ITF Junior World Rankings ... Helped her team claim the Canadian Summer Games Championship in 2005 ... Ranked as high as No. 2 in Canada (U-16s) ... Competed at the U.S. Open Junior Championships in 2004 and 2005 ... Played in both the Orange Bowl and Eddie Herr Championships in 2004 ... Played high school tennis for two years at Appleby College in Oakville, Ontario ... Owned an undefeated singles record in high school ... Team captain her senior year.
Full name is Stephanie Leah Wetmore ... Born April 28, 1988 in Halifax, Nova Scotia ... Only child of parents Stephen and Janice Wetmore ... Lived in England until she was five ... Admires Lance Armstrong ... Enjoys playing basketball, running and modeling in her spare time.