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USU Women's Tennis Athletes End Season Regionally Ranked

Thursday, Jun. 19, 2014


Utah State women's tennis players McKenzie Davis and Kallie Sperry

McKenzie Davis and Kallie Sperry have been included in the final Mountain Region rankings for the 2013-14 season, released Wednesday by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. (photo from Athletics website)


Two Utah State [University] women’s tennis players have been included in the final Mountain Region rankings for the 2013-14 season, released Wednesday [June 4, 2014] by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. 

Junior McKenzie Davis is ranked at No. 12 in the final singles play rankings. Davis went 20-5 on the season at the No. 1 position. With her 17 duel wins in the spring, she set a school record for most individual wins in a season. She opened the spring dual-match season on a nine-match winning streak and ended the year on a 7-1 streak.

In the doubles rankings, Davis and her partner, sophomore Kallie Sperry, are ranked eighth in the region. The duo went 18-7 on the season, with a 3-2 Mountain West record. The two played together at the No. 1 position in all but five matches of the year.

“We had a great overall team season and that is never possible without high-level and consistent individual results,” said head coach Sean McInerney. “I am really happy that both McKenzie and Kallie have been recognized among the best players in the Mountain Region.”

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Contact: Megan Allen, (435) 797-8584





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