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WCC All-Academic Team
Played for the majority of the season as Pacific's No. 1 and posted a combined record of 6-15. Was 3-12 on court one. Did not have a single match go unfinished in singles this season. Went 6-5 in her first 11 matches in singles. Split time in doubles this year between courts one and two and posted a combined record of 3-17.
Nederstigt competed at the Battle in the Bay tournament Sept. 24 in doubles with partner Maayan Sela, where the duo swept USF Amber Del Rosario and Alisha Sharma, 6-0 for the victory. Nederstigt partnered with three teammates in the spring, going 2-5 with Ioana Popescu. In singles, Nederstigt went 6-10 overall and 2-5 in conference. No. 5 singles was her best spot going 4-6. She earned WCC All-Academic Honorable Mention honors.
In her second season with the Tigers, Anneroos appeared in all but one dual match and logged a singles record of 3-15 overall. She played the majority of her matches at the No. 2 spot and posted wins over Weber State, Incarnate Word, and UC Irvine. In doubles, she finished with a 1-13 record overall and 1-4 in the WCC.
Anneroos Nederstigt emerged as a doubles specialist for the Tigers, as she posted a 9-7 doubles mark with three unfinished matches. She earned West Coast Conference Honorable Mention Doubles honors. Her record was 6-4 at first doubles and 4-2 West Coast Conference doubles matches. Won two matches when teamed with Yuki Asami at third doubles before partnering with Viktoriya Dzyuba for a 6-4 record at first doubles. Won her first doubles match over UC Davis in the season opener (Jan. 24). In singles play, Nederstigt went 0-2 with four unfinished matches.
Anneroos is the daughter of Jelle and Leontien Nederstigt. She is majoring in biochemistry.