Amanda Saiontz
Amanda Saiontz
Year: Senior
Hometown: Miami, FL
High School: Ransom Everglades
Unshakeable junior Amanda Saiontz brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to the Brown women's tennis team. During the 2005 spring season, she was integral at the top of the lineup--playing mostly at #1 singles--helping to clinch big wins over Cornell, Cal Poly, Yale, and Loyola Marymount. Prior to Brown, Amanda was a member of the Florida High School State Championship Team at Ransom Everglades, and was named the school's best female athlete her senior year. She was ranked as high as #38 in the country in juniors, and was consistently ranked in the top-15 in the state of Florida. Her resolve to succeed and team dedication make her a player to follow this season.

Getting to know Amanda Saiontz:

Concentration: History

The best thing about Brown is: The open curriculum!

I can't imagine life without: My mascara!

Few people know that I: Have more pets than siblings, which is a tad crazy because I'm one of five!

The one thing I miss about living at home is: THE WEATHER!!

When I'm not playing tennis I'm: With my boyfriend, hanging out with my friends, or eating (most likely brownie with ice cream)

When I was a kid I thought I would grow up to be: A party planner

Career Record

2004-2005
Singles--17-14
Doubles--10-14

2003-2004
Singles--14-18
Doubles--6-19