Zawacki-Woods on Elazari: "Anat is a fierce competitor who has shown that she is capable of playing with anyone in the country. She always gives 100% in everything she does and has a tremendous work ethic. I am looking for Anat to lead our team into the ACC Conference this spring at the top singles position."
Fall 2004: Won the Wake Forest and VT Fall Invitational singles tournaments ... Ranked No. 83 nationally in 2005 ITA preseason poll concluded the fall ranked No. 10 in the Eastern Region ... Paired with Ashley James to post an 11-6 record.
2003-04: Team Rookie of the Year ... Ranked No. 15 in final Eastern Region singles ranking ... Third on the team with 18 singles wins playing at the top of the lineup ... Advanced to the semifinals of the Wake Forest Deacon Classic and the Virginia Tech Fall Invitational ... Won 16 doubles matches.
2002-03: Coach's Award receipient ... Sat out 2002-03 season to fulfill NCAA residency requirements.
High School/Junior Tennis: Ranked No. 8 in singles and No. 2 in doubles in Israel ... Was Israeli champion in six times during her junior career ... Won the 1996 Macbi Games junior title and was a 2001 finalist in the women's championship ... World doubles ranking of No. 549 and singles ranking of No. 824 by the Women's Tennis Association.
Odds and Ends: Anat Elazari ... Born 10/8/02 in Tiberias, Israel ... Daughter of Amos and Tchiya Elazari ... Majoring in industrial engineering.