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Beier Ko
Beier Ko
Year: Junior
Hometown: Boca Raton, Fla.
High School: Cambridge Academy
House Affiliation: Winthrop

Senior • 2008-09
Unanimous Ivy League Player of the Year ... Unanimously named first-team All-Ivy League singles and doubles alongside Agnes Sibilski ... Tied for team lead with 15 wins overall ... Was 5-0 in Ivy League play ... Opened spring season with four straight wins ... Advanced to finals of William & Mary Invitational to play preseason No. 1 Aurelija Miseviciute ... Went 2-2 at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championship ... Went 13-8 alongside Agnes Sibilski in doubles play, including 6-0 in Ivy action ... Defeated No. 36 Hillary Bartlett and Taylor Marable of Princeton, 8-6, (April 10) ... Defeated No. 67 Bianca Aboubakare and Cassandra Herzberg of Brown, 8-6, (April 17).

Junior • 2007-08
Named to All-Ivy first team in singles and earned honorable mention for doubles with Samantha Rosekrans ... Saw action in 18 of Harvard’s 19 matches during the spring season while primarily playing at No. 1 in singles and doubles ... Earned her first win of the season against Boston University’s Francine Whu in straight sets ... Against No. 1 Northwestern, defeated the nation’s No. 4 ranked player Georgia Rose in convincing fashion, 6-3, 6-3 ... Paired with Samantha Rosekrans to win eight doubles matches including four straight from April 4-12 ... Went 3-3 in Ivy singles competition and 4-3 in Ivy doubles.

Sophomore • 2006-07
Competed mostly at No. 1 and No. 2 singles, going 8-2 at No. 1 ... Tallied 19 wins overall and lost only four matches ... Went 8-1 in fall action ... One of two Crimson finalists at the ITA Regionals (Final match not played) ... Ranked as high as No. 16 (Jan. 9) and finished the season ranked at No. 77 (April 30) ... Won 11-straight matches from Oct. 22 to Feb. 17 ... Won five matches (March 30 to April 25) including wins over Ivy League opponents from Cornell, Columbia and Dartmouth ... Went 13-4 in doubles action with partners Rachel Gottlieb, Lena Litvak, Preethi Mukundan and Elsa O’Riain ... Compiled a 10-3 spring record with Litvak ... Won seven-straight matches from March 13 to April 25 with Litvak and Gottlieb.

Freshman • 2005-06
Victorious in first match as a Crimson defeating Boston University’s Danielle Abraham, 6-1, 6-0 ... Compiled a 4-3 overall record ... Defeated then-No. 53 Adrianna Solarova (South Alabama), 7-6, 6-1 ... Competed in the No. 2, 3 and 4 singles spots.

Personal
Was a member of the National Honor Society ... Other interests include fishing, photography, painting, shopping, movies