One-time letter winner for the Blue Hens following freshman campaign.
Tied for third on the team with 13 singles victories in first season wearing a Delaware uniform • added five doubles wins • picked up first career singles win by defeating Loyola’s Julie Clark, 6-4, 6-2, at the Saint Joseph’s Fall Invitational • registered a season-high six consecutive triumphs • registered doubles wins alongside Amanda Studnicki, Draga Sabotic and Arielle Shuren • played entirety of season in No. 3 singles and No. 3 doubles spots • collected a mark of 10-7 in dual matches.
Began high school tennis career at Wilmington Friends School in No. 1 singles as an eighth grader • three-time Delaware State Tournament Top Flight Singles Champion • state finalist as a freshman and quarterfinalist as an eighth grader • three-time News Journal High School Player of the Year • ranked in the Top 5 of the USTA Middle States Region for Girls 16 and younger and Girls 18 and younger for last four years • represented the Middle States section in the Zonals, Intersectionals and Junior Fed Cup Tournaments for the last five seasons • played for Ken Dill at Wilmington Friends • personal coach was Robert Wirth • also was the starting midfielder for the Garnet Valley Vipers for three years.
Annika ‘Annie’ Caitlin Jaskulski [“yah—SKUL—ski”]• born November 6, 1996 in Newark, Del. • daughter of Louise and Kenneth Jaskulski • father is a University of Delaware graduate • uncle, Jim, was a quarterback at Villanova and also advanced to play AAA minor league baseball as a catcher • majoring in computer science with the goals of providing computer services that concentrate on security systems for sports manufacturing companies within the United States and also internationally • minoring in international business • enjoys equestrian, running, soccer, snowboarding, yoga and playing the guitar • has earned numerous equestrian blue ribbons for dressage, eventing and cross country with her horse, ZZZ Rosie • lists favorite sports teams as the Philadelphia Union, Los Angeles Lakers and Baltimore Ravens.
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