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Flavia Araujo
Flavia Araujo

Flavia Araujo

Senior | 5-7 | Sao Paulo, Brazil / Colegio Franciscano

Junior (2014-15)
» ITA All-Academic Scholar Athlete
» SEC Spring Honor Roll
» SEC Women’s Tennis Community Service Team
» Red Tie Honoree for the Female Spirit of the Razorback Award
» Member of the Nike Internship Program, where she served as a NIKE Global Brand Marketing Intern
» Lee Spencer Cup Individual Champion

Wrapped up the spring season with a 7-8 overall record in singles, with the most victories coming in the No. 6 spot (3) … Turned in a 9-9 overall record in doubles, including 4-0 in the NO. 2 position and 5-9 at No. 3 … Finished with an 8-7 singles record during the fall schedule … Claimed the singles championship of her flight at the Oklahoma Sooner Invite, finishing the tournament a perfect 4-0 and defeating opponents from Kansas State, Denver, North Texas and Wichita State … Recorded an 8-6 doubles record during the fall schedule, pairing with Nicole Breaux for all 14 matches.

Sophomore (2013-14)
» Lee Spencer Cup Individual Champion
» Student Leader of the Month for November (2013-14)

Finished with a 9-10 overall singles record, including 5-4 in dual play and 1-3 in SEC play … Finished with a 7-8 overall doubles record, including 3-5 in dual play and 3-1 in conference action … Competed mostly on the No. 6 singles court  … Win of the season came in capping off a furious rally after the Razorbacks trailed 3-0, as she clinched the come-from-behind win at Missouri by defeating Tracy Dong, 7-6 (8-6), 7-5, at No. 6 singles … Named 2014 Lee Spencer Cup individual champion on March 21, 2014, which annually recognizes the Razorback who earned distinction in the classroom, in athletic competition, in personal development and in the community … Selected as Student Leader of the Month for November 2013

Freshman (2012-13)
Finished the season having compiled a record of 6-6 in dual singles matches … Played the most matches at No. 6 singles, going 4-0 … Posted a 2-2 record in doubles, playing with three different partners.

Prior to Arkansas
Rated among the best junior players in South America, reaching No. 2 in the Brazilian rankings … Achieved a ranking of 528th in the WTA after being coached by former professional player Carlos Kirmayr.

Born December 29, 1992, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, to parents Flavio Araujo and Solange Dechandt … Youngest of three daughters … Majoring in management … Chose Arkansas because of the great academics, facilities, and coaching.