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Wednesday 04/16
Missouri (SEC Tournament - Day 1)
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Saturday 04/12
LSU
4
Tennis - Women
1
Sunday 04/06
Tennessee
4
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0
Friday 04/04
Georgia
4
Tennis - Women
0
Friday 04/04
Louisiana Tech
0
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4
Sunday 03/30
South Carolina
4
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0
Friday 03/28
Florida
4
Tennis - Women
0
Tuesday 03/25
Bethune-Cookman
1
Tennis - Women
6
Tuesday 03/25
North Florida
2
Tennis - Women
5
Sunday 03/23
Oral Roberts
0
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6
Sunday 03/23
Mississippi State
1
Tennis - Women
4
Friday 03/21
Ole Miss
4
Tennis - Women
3
Sunday 03/16
Missouri
3
Tennis - Women
4
Friday 03/14
Texas A&M
4
Tennis - Women
0
Friday 03/14
Prairie View A&M
0
Tennis - Women
5
Friday 03/14
Prairie View A&M
1
Tennis - Women
4
Sunday 03/09
Alabama
4
Tennis - Women
0
Friday 03/07
Auburn
4
Tennis - Women
3
Sunday 03/02
Kentucky
4
Tennis - Women
0
Friday 02/28
Vanderbilt
6
Tennis - Women
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Emily Carbone
Height: 5'3"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Lexington, Ky.
High School: Henry Clay
Experience: 3 Letters
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Emily Carbone
Courtesy: John Thomas, Athletic Media Relations
Release: 10/16/2010

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11): Carbone had a stellar junior year for the Razorbacks finishing second on the team in total wins (25) and first in dual match wins (17). The majority of her matches came at the No. 5 position for Arkansas where she went 10-6 and was one of only two players on the team to earn double-digit wins at one position. Not only was Carbone instrumental during the regular season, but she also earned a win in the Hogs' NCAA Tournament first round match with Sacramento State. In doubles, Carbone's time was limited, but when given the opportunity, the Kentucky native flourished with a 11-9 record and the majority of her wins coming with teammate, Stephanie Roy. At the end of the season, Carbone was named to the SEC Community Service team. It was the second time in her career that she earned the honor.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-2010): Carbone entered the fall looking to build on the 20 plus singles victories she earned as a freshman. She picked up seven victories in the fall and advanced to the Round of 16 at the Wilson/ITA Central Region Championship, losing to eventual champion Ana-Maria Constantinescu of Oklahoma. Carbone also played her way to the semifinal round at the Razorback Classic. Partnered with freshman Valentina Starkova in doubles, the pair earned five victories. Over the spring, Carbone went 11-12 in dual matches and 5-6 in conference play. The majority of her spring was played at the No. 3 singles spot for the Hogs. There, she went a strong 9-7. Early in the non-conference season, Carbone went on a four-match winning streak that included a win over Tulsa's JoAnne Karatiana, 6-2, 6-3. She also notched a win for her team in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Oklahoma's Maria Kalashnikova and it was the second time in the season that she came out on top.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09):
Emily Carbone posted an astounding 23 singles victories as a freshman. She spent most of the dual season in the No. 4 spot in the Arkansas lineup, clinching the Razorbacks' win over Southeastern Conference foe and then-ranked No. 13, Kentucky. In doubles, Carbone and partner Kate Lukomskaya finished the season 15-12 and 11-6 in dual play. Carbone and Lukomskaya clinched Arkansas' doubles points against Tulsa, Mississippi State, Mississippi and LSU.

PRIOR TO ARKANSAS:
Carbone not only established herself as an elite junior player in Kentucky but also on the national level as well. Carbone, the top ranked tennis player in Kentucky for 2008, saw her national ranking among high school seniors jump into the top 20. She claimed two team state championships in Kentucky, while also winning two individual championships and being runner-up her other two seasons. Among her finest accomplishments as a high school student-athlete came when she was honored as the Kentucky State Farm Female Athlete of Year.
          
PERSONAL:
Born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky, Emily Carbone is the daughter of Donald and Linda Carbone and has a younger sister, Michelle. Both of her parents played tennis at Austin Peay State University. Raised in bluegrass country, Carbone is living out her dream to play tennis in the SEC at Arkansas.


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