Andrea Leand was the No. 1 ranked junior in the United States and the No. 2 ranked junior in the World in 1981. She turned pro in 1982 and appeared on the WTA pro rankings for the first time at No.18-a record for the highest first time appearance in the pro tennis rankings that she still holds today. Leand rose to a career high No. 12. Leand was ranked in the top ten of the world doubles rankings reaching the quarterfinals at the French Open and fourth round at the US Open and Wimbledon doubles. As one of the top US pros in the world. Leand represented the United States on Federation Cup (1982) and the Olympics (1984). She competed on the WTA tour from 1981 to 1994. She won a singles title at the Pittsburgh Open in 1984 and reached the 4th round of the US Open on three occasions, at Wimbledon and the French Open. She is known for her upset of 2nd seed Andrea Jaeger at the 1981 U.S. Open. During her 15 year pro career, Leand also graduated from Princeton University (1985-1988) where she completed a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. After 15 years on the pro tour, Leand pursued successful careers in journalism and broadcasting, as contributor to multiple publications including USA Today, The New York Time and The Baltimore Sun. She also was a lead commentator for ESPN/STAR television for ten years. Leand earned a MBA degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Business in 2004 and later became certified as an investment advisor for Morgan Stanley. Leand was named publisher of Tennis Week Magazine in 2007.