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Tennis Signs Dhanielly Quevedo To NLI

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  1. RSSBot

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    CU women's tennis head coach Nicole Kenneally announced Friday that Dhanielly Quevedo has signed a National Letter of Intent to play collegiate tennis with the Buffaloes beginning in January 2013.

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  2. Buffnik

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    Good news. Sounds like Kenneally is building the program back up.

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    Quevedo will study mass communication and selected CU over Nebraska and Purdue.
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    [FONT=Cambria, serif]Quevedo's highest International Tennis Federation (ITF) ranking is No. 154. At the 2012 Pan-American Games she represented Venezuela with a silver medal in singles, and achieved a gold medal in doubles and mixed doubles.

    She has also played in a number of international tournaments winning the ITF Grade 1 in Colombia (doubles); ITF Grade 2 in Bolivia (doubles); and the ITF Grade 4 at El Salvador (singles).
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    [FONT=Cambria, serif]Quevedo will join a young Buffaloes roster in the Spring of 2013 that features only one senior. She will be one of three freshmen, two sophomores, and two juniors.[/FONT]
     

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