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Hailing from Los Angeles, California, Matsuzaki came to MIT in 1991 majoring in biology and literature. In addition to varsity tennis, Carol played JV squash and was a member of the Tennis Club. She captained the tennis team from 1994-96 and was the 1993 NCAA team MVP and the NEW 8 Player of the Year in 1995.
Upon graduating in 1996, Carol became the assistant coach of the team until her appointment as head coach in the spring of 1998.
Matsuzaki has truly risen through the ranks to assume her current position as head women's tennis coach. She began her tennis career as an undergraduate at MIT, picking up the racket for the first time in a physical education class. Matsuzaki was a quick study and steadily improved, making the varsity team where she was the No. 1 singles player her senior year.
Carol received her graduate degree in Sports Psychology from Boston University in 1997. In 1998, she guided two members of her team to the NCAA Championships for the first time.
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