The Bulldogs finished last season with an 18-8 mark and final national ranking of ninth.
Leskosky receives the USTA Sportsmanship Award
Leskosky, a native of Macon, Ga., begins her Bulldog career Thursday when classes begin at the University of Georgia. A graduate of Stratford Academy, she was named the 2005 Female Junior Tennis Player of the Year by the Georgia Tennis Association. She won four state singles titles during her prep career and was a four-time GISA Class AAA All-State selection. The USTA Sportsmanship Award is the latest honor for Leskosky who also was recognized for her sportsmanship at the 2004 Southern Closed Championships in Little Rock, Ark. At the 2005 USTA event last week, she advanced to the third round before falling to the fifth seed Julia Cohen.
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