Christina Cutter
Christina Cutter
Height: 5-6.5
Year: Senior
Hometown: Colorado Springs, CO
High School: Cheyenne Mountain High School
Career highlights: Won consolation final in C singles at Maryland Invitational in Fall 2005. 2006-2007 season: Finished with a 2-2 doubles record during spring play. 2005-2006 season: Advanced to semifinals in A singles at Yale Invitational with a pair of wins before falling 6-1, 6-4 to eventual champion Milena Kachar of Columbia ... won consolation final in C singles at Maryland Invitational ... was 5-3 overall in singles play ... Advanced to semifinals in doubles with partner Aimee Kim in A2 division of USTA Invitational before falling 8-6 ... 2-2 in doubles with Kim and 0-2 in doubles with Ashley Miles ... battled through injury in spring 2006 to post a 1-2 singles record in the Ivy League and win two doubles matches in league play. Prior to Yale: Was a high school State Singles Champion in Colorado and a three-time runner-up ... had a career-high national ranking of No. 58 in the nation ... began playing tennis at the age of eight. Personal:
Residential College: Davenport
Nickname: Cutter
Major: History of Science, History of Medicine (Pre-Med)
Future Plans: Medical School; Would Like to Become Radiologist; Travel
Why She Chose Yale: "For tennis, the work ethic of the team and their cohesiveness. Their chemistry was something that I didn't experience at the other schools I visited and their commitment to do well was a unified effort. You could tell that they really were passionate about what they did. For academics, Yale allowed me to pursue both my interests, tennis and academics, and take them both to a new level. The students were very friendly and gave great insight into the campus life--not one person I met had anything bad to say. The residential college system was very attractive and so were the large amount of resources readily available to the students."
Other Schools Officially Visited: Princeton, Dartmouth, Rice
Interesting Fact: Both Parents are from England
Favorites:
Favorite Place at Yale: Sterling Memorial Library
Favorite Class at Yale: Bioethics
Favorite Band: Anything Country; Snow Patrol; Dave Matthews; Beatles
Favorite Song: "Never Wanted Nothing More"; "Something to be Proud of"; "Chasing Cars"; "Digging a Ditch"; "Let it Be" Favorite food: Pasta
Favorite Book: A River Runs Through It; The Things They Carried; As I Lay Dying
Favorite Place She's Played Tennis: England
Place She'd Love to Visit: Greece, Australia As a Team:
Most likely to Laugh: Jesse Rhee
Most likely to be caught daydreaming: Janet Kim
Most likely to eat four plates of food at dinner: Lilian Nyguen
Best Grunt: "Probably me...I don't think anyone else grunts"
Best Pre-Serve/Pre-Return Routine: Sarah Lederhandler
Best Cheer: Lindsay Clark

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