Stacey Tomkiewicz missed the fall portion of her senior year while recovering from a broken arm, but recovered in time to contribute to the team in the spring season.
Tomkiewicz found most of her playing time on the doubles court, ending the season with a record of 7-8. She played a majority of her matches at the No. 3 position, posting a 5-7 record, but she proved she could hold her own in the No. 2 spot by winning two of three matches.
Tomkiewicz excelled in the classroom, as well, earning first-team academic All-Big 12 honors for the first time in her career.
Tomkiewicz posted an impressive 5-1 singles record, sharing time at the No. 6 spot. In her five victories, Tomkiewicz defeated all of her opponents in two sets. In doubles action, Tomkiewicz went 8-4 on the season, teamed with Anna Oehme for the majority for her matches. In the fall she posted a 2-1 singles record and dropped her three doubles matches.
In spring action, Tomkiewicz's role on the team was mainly limited to doubles play. Tomkiewicz competed in one singles match, where she defeated Kelly Kielbowicz of Creighton, 6-1, 6-1, at the No. 6 spot. In doubles play, Tomkiewicz posted a 12-5 record in the spring and a 1-1 record in the fall season.
Tomkiewicz competed with teammate Ndali Ijomah at No. 3 doubles where the duo finished with a 14-5 record. Tomkiewicz posted a 1-1 record in doubles in the fall of 1999, teaming with Katarina Balan during the 1999 fall season.
At Peninsula High School, Tomkiewicz earned most improved honors while playing for Palos Verdes before attending the Weil Tennis Academy.
The daughter of Jill and Glen Tomkiewicz, Stacey was born on April 9, 1981, in Torrance, Calif. Stacey is a broadcasting major.