Janalle Kaloi
Janalle Kaloi
Birth Date: 09/30/1983
Height: 5-7
Year: Senior
Hometown: Honolulu, Hawaii
High School: Kamehamaha

AS A JUNIOR IN 2003-04: Earned honorable mention All-WCC honors in singles and doubles, with partner Catherine Cochrane... a West Coast Conference All-Academic honoree... named team Most Valuable Player... posted 11 victories in the top singles slot... added seven more doubles victories... defeated Sandy Lukowski of New Mexico 6-4, 6-3 to open fall play at the ASU Invitational... also added a 6-3, 6-1 win against Arizona State's Vana Tomas... earned a come-from-behind victory over Wyoming's Patricia Chien, 2-6, 7-6 (6), 7-5... clinched the team victory against CS Northridge... clinched team victory against UC Davis with 10th win of the season... rallied for a 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 win over USF's Camille Pamart.  

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2002-03: A first team All-WCC honoree in doubles with partner Christine Limbers... the duo also earned WCC Doubles Team of the Month in February... the tandem finished the season with a 15-7 mark, the fourth best in SCU record books... went 6-0 in league play, including a victory in the semifinals of the WCC Championship, over a pair from No. 50 Pepperdine... finished 12-6 in dual play and 16-9 overall... in fall play, advanced to the semifinals of Saint Mary's Invitational... went 5-1 in singles play against league opposition, at the No. 2 spot, while going 8-11 in dual matches and 16-16 overall... advanced to the consolation singles final at the OMNI ITA Regional.  

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2001-02: Named the West Coast Conference's Co-Freshman of the Year... shared the honor with Veronica Koksova of Pepperdine... became the first Bronco to win the award... received All-WCC honorable mention recognition in doubles with partner Mariko Kawakami... went 12-11 in singles dual action, playing mostly at No. 2, and 19-14 overall... went 21-12 in doubles play, setting a new mark for most doubles wins in a season... earned first collegiate dual victory over regionally-ranked Vania Apodaca of Nevada... went 6-1 in the month of February, earning the West Coast Conference's Singles Player of the Month award... teamed with Kawakami for three wins during February, earning the Doubles Team of the Month award... clinched team victory over Saint Mary's at the No. 2 singles spot... went 4-1 in doubles with Kawakami in March and repeated monthly conference honors... clinched the team victory in the regular season finale against Pacific... clinched first-round victory at the WCC Championship with her 19th singles win of the season... the 19 wins tied the fifth best record in a season in women's program history... went 10-6 overall with Kawakami, including 6-2 in league play... represented Santa Clara at the 2001 World TeamTennis National Collegiate Tennis Championships with Christine Limbers... advanced to the quarterfinal of the Saint Mary's Tournament during fall play... with Christine Limbers, won doubles flight at Cal Poly Tournament.  

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Les Young at Kamehameha High School in Honolulu, Hawaii... team placed second overall in its division during junior and senior seasons... won the state doubles championship with sister Kimi during both seasons... peaked in USTA Girls 18 doubles ranking at No. 22 with sister... named an all-state player all four years... won the 2001 USTA Hawaii Pacific Sportsmanship Award... also participated in cross country... graduated with honors.  

PERSONAL: Born on September 30, 1983 in Honolulu, Hawaii... parents are Alexander and Jan Kaloi... father is a former quarterback for the University of Hawaii... has two younger sisters, Kimberly and Heidi, Kimi plays tennis at Loyola Marymount...plans on majoring in psychology or combined science... aspires to go to medical school... drinks a Diet Coke before every match.

 

 

Kaloi's Career Statistics

 

Year Singles Dual Singles Overall Doubles Dual Doubles Overall
2002 13-10 20-13 13-10 21-12
2003 8-11 16-16 12-6 16-9
2004 11-11 13-14 9-13 10-17
2005 10-12 16-15 13-7 15-11
Career 42-44 65-58 47-36 62-49