|Hometown:||Wesley Chapel, Fla.|
|High School:||Wesley Chapel|
Academic Notes: Majoring in international affairs with a minor in Japanese…Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2008 and 2011.
2011 (Senior): All-Big Sky honorable mention...12-9 overall singles record, 6-2 Big Sky singles record at No. 3 and 4...Won five-straight singles matches from March 28 through April 16...Five of six Big Sky singles wins came in straight sets...Posted six wins each at No. 3 and 4...14-6 overall doubles record, 5-2 Big Sky doubles mark at No. 2 and 3...Teamed with sophomore Malia Wahinepio as primary No. 2 doubles team, going 13-5 overall...Posted two four-match doubles winning streaks as well as a three-match streak...Won at No. 2 in Big Sky Championship semifinal vs Montana...11-6 singles record and 8-4 doubles record in Fall 2010 play, including a doubles championship in the Aggie Women's Invitational.
2010 (Junior): All-Big Sky second team...Team-best 14-4 overall singles record, 6-2 mark in Big Sky at No. 4, 5 and 6...11-2 record as primary No. 6 player, 1-2 at No. 4, 2-0 at No. 5...Won 11-straight singles matches from February 14 through April 9...Recorded 6-2, 6-3 victory at No. 5 singles against Montana in Big Sky Championship Semifinal...Won 12 matches in straight-sets...11-7 overall doubles record, 5-3 in Big Sky...Went 11-3 with Edit Suhajda, including 10-2 mark as primary No. 3 doubles team...Posted winning streaks of five and six matches, winning 11 of 12 doubles matches from February 13 through April 5...6-8 singles record and 8-4 doubles record during Fall 2009 play, including a doubles championship in the UC Irvine Fall Invitational.
2009 (Sophomore): Went 15-6 in open singles during breakout spring…Totaled most wins on team (15)…Posted team-high 6-1 conference record…Finished with team’s best winning percentage overall (.714)…Tied for team-high in conference wins (6)…Recorded most wins at one position (11) at No. 6 singles…Posted 12 consecutive wins from March 1 through April 25…Went 13-2 in final 15 matches…Added singles win against Kyla Coleman (6-4, 6-0) of No. 63 Texas Tech…Played 18 matches in doubles for 8-10 overall record…Paired mostly with Stacey Pinchbeck for 7-6 mark…Went 4-2 with Pinchbeck in conference mainly at No. 3…Won Flight C Singles at UNM Fall Invitational in the fall…Totaled 9-2 singles record in fall play…7-4 in doubles.
2008 (Freshman): Earned starting time as a key reserve…Played in four singles matches with a 2-2 record…Went 2-1 at No. 6 singles…Played in two matches with Stacey Pinchbeck for a 1-1 record at No. 3 doubles…Played one match with Aimee Oki at No. 3.
High School: Graduated from Wesley Chapel High School in 2007…Won ITF Girl’s 18’s singles and doubles…National Open Champion in 18’s in 2007…Ranked 88th in the nation in Girl’s 18’s…Won the Southern Open National in July of 2006…Placed first at the ITF Junior Championship in St. Lucia in 2004 in both singles and doubles.
Personal: Yumi S Hasegawa was born September 28, 1988 in Los Angeles, Calif.…Parents Yuko and Takashi reside in Wesley Chapel, Fla….Has one younger brother, Kosuke…Enjoys playing soccer, baseball, lacrosse and swimming…In her free time, likes to watch movies, listen to music, and go shopping.