|High School:||Matthew Flinders Anglican College|
Jaimee Gilbertson went 21-13 overall in singles matches as a junior...Was 14-9 in dual matches while playing primarily at No. 4 and No. 5...Went 6-1 against Big West Conference opponents, including a pair of wins in the Big West Tournament...Played No. 4 in the Big West championship match and defeated Hawai'i's Roxanne Resma, 7-5, 6-4...Was 7-7 in doubles matches...Teamed with Stephanie Yamada (4-4), Natalie Da Silveira (3-0) and Palina Dubavets (0-1).
Gilbertson played primarily at the number one spot for the Gauchos after Lou Adler went out for the season with a foot injury. Jaimee was able to post a 17-11 overall singles record for the Gauchos, 14-8 in dual matches. In doubles, Gilbertson acheived a 13-4 doubles record, 11 of those wins coming alongside Stacy Yam.
Gilbertson went 12-5 overall in singles at the No.1, No.2, No.3, No.4, No.5 and No.6 spots. In doubles, she recorded a 5-8 record alongside Paoloa Cos, Kaiulani Boyer, Luisa Ortiz Candido, April Scatliffe, and Priscila Garcia.
Attended Matthew Flinders Anglican College in Buderim, Australia...Awarded Academic Excellence Award in 2011, 2012, and 2013. Honored the Outstanding MFAC Tennis Player Award in 2012 and 2013...Was Captain of her tennis team in 2012 and 2013 season and was also honored with the Australian History Competition Award.
National and ITF Ranking
Ranked as high as 49th in the National Australian Ranking
Jaimee Gilbertson is daughter of Pat and Barrie Gilbertson. Won six national titles in singles, doubles and team events. Has 11 Australian Tournament titles to go with 36 optus junior titles...Attended the TFP Academy (Kawana Tennis Club) in Kawana, Australia.. Also competed in cross country, water polo, soccer, swimming, track and field, surfing, and Australian Rules Football. Considers winning 12's Nationals for tennis as her most memorable moment. Favorite movies are Kill Bill, The Silence of the Lambs, Mean Girls, Troy and Toy Story...Hobbies include surfing, shopping, and tennis. Favorite athletes are Serena Williams, Billy Slater, Tomas Berdych, David Ferrer, and Kobe Bryant. Jaimee is proud to be a Gaucho because she says the unity and inviolability within the community "is really something to be proud of".