Laura Granville

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Laura Granville
Laura Granville (born May 12, 1981 in Chicago, Illinois) is a former American professional tennis player. During the two years she spent at Stanford University, she set the record for most consecutive singles victories with 58 and finished with an overall record of 93-3. Granville won the NCAA singles championship as well as the ITA Player of the Year in both 2000 and 2001. In 2001 Stanford won the women's tennis national team championship, and Granville was also a doubles finalist. She retired in 2010 after seven full years on the WTA Tour and returned to Stanford where she completed her studies and graduated in 2012. She was inducted into the Stanford University Athletics Hall of Fame in 2014. Laura Granville is now in her third season as the head coach of the Princeton University women's tennis team. In 2014 the Princeton Women's Tennis program won the Ivy League title and defeated Arizona State 4-3 to win its first ever NCAA tournament match.

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