Klaschka's Game Strong baseliner ... Should be an immediate impact player ... Has potential to be top 50 nationally.
Struggled to start dual match season in 2003 after recovering from an injury in the fall of 2002 ... After dropping her first three matches to start the season, Klaschka went 13-6 to close out the season including ending the year on a six-match winning streak ... Played every match at No. 2 except one stint at No. 1 singles and won ... Had a 4-0 record against Sun Belt opponents ... 11-2 record outdoors ... Recorded a 18-8 record in doubles ... Opened the fall season strong with a third place finish in flight A at the Doctor's Vision Center going 3-1 ... A freak accident cut her fall season short when she broke a bone in her foot after a double's match with partner Laura McNamara ... In doubles, she and McNamara won the losers bracke finals at the Doctor's Vision Center in Flight A ... It was at the Furman Invitational that Klaschka was injured before the flnals of doubles Flight 2.
Entered Middle Tennessee for the spring semester ... Defeated No. 98th ranked Patty Aburto of TCU in just her fourth collegiate match ... Also defeated Kentucky's Lauren Rookledge, who ended the season ranked No. 78th, at No. 2 singles ... Ended the season 10-7 in singles and 14-6 in doubles ... Had a record of 2-1 at the No. 1 singles spot ... Played most of the spring at the No. 2 singles position and had a record of 7-6 ... Was 6-3 outdoors and 2-1 in tie-breaker matches ... Perfect at home with a 4-0 record ... Played No. 1 doubles at the Sun Belt Tournament pairing with Manon Kruse to defeat New Mexico State 8-5.
High School: Attended Fachoberschule Bad Worishofen in Kaufering, Germany.
Personal: Currently undecided on a major ... Enjoys inline skating, going to the movies and dancing ... Sister Sabine is ranked 190th by the Women's Tennis Association ... Born Oct. 25, 1981 ... Daughter of Gerd and Christine Klaschka.