Erlyn Rudico
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    Erlyn Rudico

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Duncanville, TX

    High School:
    Duncanville

    Height:
    5-0

    Major:
    Biochemistry

    2008-09 (Junior)

    Won 12 doubles matches, a team-high nine of them coming at the No. 1 position ... played 14 singles matches, all but one of them during the fall tournament season ... member of the MWC all-academic team for third consecutive year.

    2007-08 (Sophomore)

    Spent the majority of the season playing doubles ... played just four singles dual matches ... paired with Christine Abayan to win the No. 1 doubles match against BYU ... the duo also won the No. 1 doubles match against Wyoming at the MWC Championships ... fell 13-11 in the third-set super-tiebreak in the finals of the consolation round in her singles flight at the Texas Tech Invitational ... named to the 2008 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America District Team.

    2006-07 (Freshman)

    Posted 10 overall singles and nine doubles victories ... played all 16 of her dual singles matches at the No. 6 spot ... one of two Falcons to win against Colorado State at MWC Championships, defeating Rui Xu, 6-0, 6-4, at No. 6 ... also won at No. 2 doubles with Christine Abayan.

    Before Air Force

    Four-year letterwinner in tennis ... three-time 5A district singles champion ... three-time team MVP ... gold medalist at zone team championships as a senior ... member of National Honor Society and Student Council ... high school tennis coach was Jeff Matlock.

    Personal

    Parents are Elmer and Jocelyn Rudico ... has one sister, Jocelle (14) ... worked Basic Cadet Training this past summer ... also completed a summer research program at Tyndall AFB, Fla. ... would like to become an anesthesiologist in the future ... active in her squadron as an academic officer ... also recruited by West Point and Emory ... hobby is baking ... favorite food is Filipino food ... favorite book is And Then There Were None ... favorite TV show is 24 ... favorite movies are White Chicks and Rush Hour ... person in history she would most like to meet is Albert Einstein ... greatest moment in sports was defeating the No. 1 doubles team from BYU in a 2008 dual match ... credits her parents with the biggest influence on her sports career ... member of cadet squadron 3.

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