The George Washington University: Women's Tennis

Zoe Krohn
Zoe Krohn


Oranjestad, Aruba

High School:
Colegio Arubano





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2011-12: Went 5-5 in singles, competing at the Nos. 4, 5 and 6 spots...Earned an 18-7 No. 1 doubles record with teammate Mimi Hamling... Opened season with six straight doubles victories...Won final six doubles matches of her career......Named to GW's Athletics Department Academic Dean's List.

2010-11: Mainly saw action at No. 1 doubles with teammate Mimi Hamling, posting a 10-7 record...Went 4-3 against Atlantic 10 opponents...Won four straight doubles matches by a score of 8-2...went 2-2 at No. 6 singles.

2009-10: Went 9-7 at No. 1 doubles alongside Mimi Hamling, winning five doubles matches in a row from Feb. 26 through March 10...Posted a 7-6 singles record.

2008-09: Went 4-10 in her first spring season with the Colonials at the No. 4 singles flight...Only had two matches go to a third set tiebreaker...At No. 2 doubles, she went 7-7.

High School: Ranked as one of the top junior players in Aruba.

Personal: Born Zoe Mayra Krohn in Oosterhout, Holland, on October 3, 1991...Daughter of Peter and Mieke Krohn...Has two siblings, Wendy and Stephan...Majoring in chemistry.

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