Aimee Ulbert
Aimee Ulbert
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Des Plaines, Ill.
Major: Economics


Awards

YEAR AWARDS
2006-07 1st varsity letter
Handball All-America (Doubles Champion)
2007-08 2nd varsity letter
Handball All-America (Singles Semifinalist, Doubles Runner-Up)
Team's Most Valuable Player
2008-09 3rd varsity letter
Handball All-America (Singles Runner-Up, Doubles Runner-Up)
Team's Most Valuable Player
2008-09 3rd varsity letter
Team Captain
Handball All-America (Singles Champion, Doubles Champion)
Team's Most Valuable Player


Other Notables

YEAR NOTES
2006-07 Reached the round of 16 at the Illinois Handball Association Contenders Tournament
Runner-up at the I.H.A. Singles Tournament
Semifinalist in the Men's B Singles Consolation Bracket at the Milwaukee Classic
Claimed both the Women's Singles and Doubles titles at the Circle City Tournament
Finished second at the I.H.A. Doubles Tournament
Won the Open Singles fifth-place match and Open Doubles final at the United States
Handball Association Collegiate National Championships
2007-08 Runner-up at the I.H.A. Singles Tournament for the second year in a row
Reached the round of 16 and A Division semifinals at the U.S.H.A. Women's Classic
Repeated as Singles and Doubles champion at the Circle City Tournament
Placed second at the I.H.A. Doubles Tournament for second consecutive year
Reached the Open Singles semifinals and Open Doubles final at the U.S.H.A. Collegiate
National Championships
2008-09 Posted third consecutive runner-up finish at the I.H.A. Singles Tournament
Reached the ninth-place semifinals at the U.S.H.A. Women's Classic
Claimed third straight Open Singles and Doubles titles at the Circle City Tournament
Recorded third straight second-place finish at the I.H.A. Doubles Tournament
Reached the Open Singles and Open Doubles championship matches at the U.S.H.A.
Collegiate National Championships
2009-10 Fourth runner-up finish at the Illinois Handball Association Singles Tournament
Reached the Men's B Singles semifinals at the Milwaukee Classic
Advanced to the B Division round of 16 at the I.H.A. Men's Singles Tournament
Reached the Men's B Singles and Doubles semifinals at the Circle City Tournament
Posted fourth consecutive second-place finish at the I.H.A. Doubles Tournament
Swept the Open Singles and Doubles titles at the United States Handball Association
Collegiate National Championships