Nao Umemura
Nao Umemura

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Kasugai-shi Aichi, Japan

High School:
Kardina International

Height:
5-6


2008-09: Appeared in 11 matches, with nine of those coming in non-conference play ... Recorded a combined 10-8 record in singles play, and a 7-11 doubles mark ... Split time between the No. 3 and No. 4 singles positions ... Played 13 dual matches at the No. 1 doubles slot, winning three-of her first four matches of the season ... Went 4-3 in singles, and 2-3 in doubles, during the fall season.

2007-08: Named the Huskies' Most Valuable Player, and earned the team's academic award, as voted on by her teammates ... went 8-16 in singles play and 12-13 in doubles ... started the campaign as the Huskies' No. 3 singles player, before climbing to the No. 1 spot for the final 10 contests ... split time between the No. 1 and No. 2 doubles flights ... teamed up with three different doubles partners, but played the final 10 matches with Brooke Forsberg.

2006-07: Posted back-to-back victories over Amy Sherlock of Akron ... also scored conference victories over the No. 3 singles players for Ball State and Miami (Ohio) ... defeated Hanna Hager of IPFW at the Ball State Invitational, and Eastern Illinois' Madina Mambetova during the fall season.

2005-06: Made eight starts at the No. 4 four singles position, posting a 4-4 record ... went 6-4 at the top doubles spot, including a 4-2 record playing with Lilian Asuaje ... picked up a pair of wins against Oral Roberts to help the Huskies win, 5-2, teaming with Lilian Asuaje in doubles for an 8-1 win, and beating Sonia Bailey in singles, 6-2, 6-0.

Personal: Daughter of Reiko and Kunio Umemura ... Birthdate: Oct. 11, 1986 ... Major: Accounting.

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