2001-02: SECOND TEAM ALL-CCAA... Ranked as team’s winningest player in both singles (13-11) and doubles (21-7)... Appeared at No. 2 (1-0), No. 3 (4-2) and No. 4 (6-7) positions in singles... Lone No. 2 win was 7-5, 7-6 decision over CSLA’s Katharina Menzel that kicked off a five-match win streak... Became third Aggie in last decade (along with Alisse Ali-Christie and Tina Cseuz) to compile 20 doubles wins in a season... Paired with Nancy Mok for a 17-4 record, including berth in championship match of the fall Rolex tourney... Also went 3-3 when paired with Alisse Ali-Christie... Salomon/Mok tandem won 11 of final 13 contests.
2000-01: SECOND TEAM ALL-CCAA... Posted a 14-11 singles record this season, 12-9 in dual matches... Reached third round of Rolex Regional last fall... One of two players to play in all six singles spots this season... Played mainly at No. 6 (5-3) and No. 5 (2-5) spots... Has two four-match winning streaks this season... Won six of final eight matches to end season... Recorded a 17-9 doubles record this season, 15-7 in dual matches... Teamed with Tina Cseuz to post 12-5 record... She and Cseuz saw five-match winning streak snapped against Southern Colorado in first round at NCAA Finals... Salomon had Aggies’ longest winning streak of season when she won eight straight.
1999-00: Went 8-4 in singles, playing anywhere from No. 2 to No. 5... Won five of her final six matches... Reached third round of Rolex Championships in fall of 1999 before falling to teammate Britni Webb... Posted 15-8 record in doubles, 13-5 with Tina Cseuz and 2-3 with Lisa Boochangkool... She and Cseuz had seven-match win streak heading into national championships (3/12-5/6), primarily at No. 2.
LOWELL HS ’99: Three-time San Francisco City champion, the first female athlete to perform such a feat... Won numerous Athlete of the Week honors... Led team to 40-0 record in four years, including three league titles.
PERSONAL: Born April 21, 1981 in San Francisco, Calif.... Mangerial economics major... Chose UC Davis because of its strength in that field... Proudest personal accomplishment was winning high school San Francisco All-City Championship title for third time... Personal motto: “Just have fun.”