Jenifer Widjaja
Jenifer Widjaja
Height: 5-7
Year: RS-Sr.
Hometown: Sao Roque, Brazil
High School: Escola Dinamica HS

Spring 2010 (RS Junior): Jenifer completed the season with a record of 19-3 and an overall record of 30-7. January 24th Jenifer demolished Isabela Kulaif of New Mexico Sate, 6-0, 6-0. On March seventh she defeated Cal Poly's Suzie Matzenauer No. 93 in three sets, 4-6, 6-0, 6-4. On April 24th Widjaja crushed No. 72 Nevada's Maria Mizyuk No. 105 with a score of 6-1, 6-1. Jenifer was also recognized as the Big West Women's Tennis Athlete of the Week twice; the weeks of January 27th and April 13th. She was also recognized as the Big West Player of the Year and was chosen for the 1st Team All-Conference. In this time Jenifer's ranking went from No. 122 on February 18th to No. 82 on April 20th. Jenifer also completed her spring doubles season with a record of 16-5 with partner Sasha Fisher. They had a compiled year doubles record of 19-8 and were also 1st Team All-Conference.

Fall 2009 (RS Junior): Widjaja continued to shine in her first fall season as a Tiger, boasting a team best 11-4 record to earn her a No. 60 ranking. Jenifer was the only Tiger invited to the ITA All-American Championships to start the fall season and received a bye through the prequalifying rounds. There she fell to Vanja Corovic of Texas (7-6 [3], 6-4) in the last round before main draw play. Seeded 12th in the ITA Northwest Regional, Widjaja defeated opponents from Saint Mary's and Washington before falling to No. 18 Hilary Barte of Stanford (6-0, 6-4). In doubles play, Jenifer paired with Sasha Fisher to earn a 3-3 record. The duo made it to the semi-final round of both the California Nike Invitational and Saint Mary's Fall Invite.

Spring 2009 (RS Sophomore): Jenifer had a team best 18-4 record in her inaugural season in the Orange and Black. She rode a 10-match winning streak before dropping a two-set contest (6-0, 6-3) to No. 19 Melanie Gloria of No. 16 Fresno State on Feb. 28. Finishing 5-4 versus ranked teams, Widjaja also went 8-1 against Big West opponents to earn a No. 84 national ranking and First Team All-Big West honors. She then became the first Tiger in the over a decade to be selected to the NCAA Tournament where she fell to No. 3 seed Aurelija Miseviciute of Arkansas, 6-1, 6-2. Jenifer partnered with Olga Gumenyuk in doubles play. Going 11-11 at the No. 1 position, the pair went 5-4 against Big West opponents and pulled three wins over ranked teams to earn Second Team All-Big West honors. The biggest win was their 8-3 upset of No. 36 University of Tulsa's No. 76 ranked tandem of Alexandra Kichoutkin and Marta Marcinkowska on Feb. 20.

Fall 2008 (RS Sophomore): Widjaja completed NCAA residency requirements during the fall of 2008. Spring 2008 (RS Freshman): Jenifer joined the Tigers prior to the spring 2008 semester. Widjaja held her highest WTA ranking of 186 in the world in October of 2007, did not play in the Spring of 2008 as she fulfilled NCAA residency requirements.

High School: Jenifer attended Escola Dinamica HS in Florianopolis, S.C.

Personal: Jenifer Widjaja is the daughter of Tony and Luciana Widjaja. In her third year at Pacific Jenifer is studying business administration. In her free time Widjaja enjoys listening to music, watching movies, going out with friends and traveling.





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