Tennis - 2015
Amanda Fink was a four-time Collegiate All-American and four-time Pac-10 selection in both tennis singles and doubles at USC. She played professional tennis for four years after college before moving into a full-time teaching professional position for the Rancho Valencia Club.
Amanda helped USC to four straight NCAA team appearances, including the semi-finals and quarter-finals, playing #1 singles and #1 doubles. She was the team captain for two years. She was the #1 ranked college freshman and won “Pac-10 Freshman of the Year” honors. In 2009, Amanda became the first female player to ever win Pac-10 singles and doubles titles in the same season and first at the Ojai Event since 1917. She won many other ITA and college events during her collegiate career.
She is one of the few USC players in history to win over 100 matches in her college career in both singles and doubles. Amanda led her Calabasas High School team to two CIF titles and was a three-time singles MVP and two-time HS All-American. She was a member of the 2003 U.S. Federation Cup team.