Anna Lubinsky
Anna Lubinsky

Hometown:
Richardson, Texas

Position:
Volunteer Assistant Coach | 3rd Season

Alma Mater:
Texas A&M | 2007


Anna Lubinsky begins her third season as the TCU women's tennis volunteer assistant coach, a position the former Big 12 standout and current professional has held since August 27, 2008. Lubinsky played at Texas A&M from 2003-07 and was the first player in Aggie history to move from Line 6 to Line 1, earning the Line 1 Singles Big 12 Championship in 2007

While at TAMU, Lubinsky was nationally-ranked as high as No. 17 in singles play and No. 22 in doubles competition. She was the Southwest Regional champion in 2006 and was named the ITA Southwest Region Senior Player of the Year in 2007. She was also a two-time winner of the coveted Churchwell Aggie Heart Award (2006, 2007). In 2005, she was the ITA Summer Circuit Player of the Year and a Strength Training All-American.

Despite being on the pro circuit for a just over a year, Lubinsky has enjoyed early success. She has two doubles titles and was a finalist in the IV Copa Mazatlan "Club El Cid" Torneo in April 2008. She also received the Sportsmanship Award at the Baylor Medical Pro Classic in June 2007. Currently ranked No. 798, Lubinsky has professional wins over players ranked as high as No. 300, No. 425, No. 445, No. 505, No. 536 and No. 655 in the world.

Fans can follow Lubinsky's professional status on her player page at ITFtennis.com or on her pro blog.


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