TWO-TIME ALL-AMERICAN FOUR-TIME ALL-SEC FIRST TEAM SEC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL DEAN'S HONOR ROLL UMAA HONOR ROLL
2011-12 (SENIOR) All-American in singles and doubles ... One of only 12 players to earn All-America honors in both singles and doubles ... Second time for her to achieve that feat ... Earned All-SEC first team honors ... Became just the second player in Ole Miss history to earn All-SEC first team honors all four years ... Became the second player in program history to achieve 200 wins combined in singles and doubles ... NCAA participant in singles and doubles for the fourth consecutive year ... Ended the year ranked No. 17 in singles and No. 6 in doubles ... Achieved a top-10 final ranking with two different doubles partners in her career ... Finished ranked No. 1 in the ITA Southern Region in singles for the second year in a row and No. 1 in doubles ... Helped lead the Rebels to their fourth consecutive NCAA appearance and a first and second round host site for the first time since 1999 ... Helped lead the team to their second top-four overall SEC finish in three years and the SEC Tournament Semifinals for the third time in four years ... Posted a 26-11 overall singles record, 16-7 at No. 1 ... Went 9-1 in the SEC at No. 1 ... Teamed with Abby Guthrie for a 29-8 overall record, 20-3 at No. 1 doubles, including 10-1 in the SEC ... ITA Southern Region Singles Champion ... ITA National Indoor qualifier for the third time ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Made the Dean's Honor Roll both semesters.
2010-11 (JUNIOR) Earned All-SEC first team honors for the third year ... Ended the year ranked No. 31 in the nation in singles and No. 54 in doubles ... Advanced to the second round at the NCAA Singles Championship ... Finished ranked No. 1 in the Southern Region in singles and No. 2 in doubles ... Also participated in the NCAA Doubles Championship ... Helped the Rebels earn their third consecutive NCAA appearance ... Posted a 22-12 overall record, 10-6 at No. 1 singles ... Went 5-4 in the SEC at No. 1 singles ... Teamed with Abby Guthrie for a 20-12 overall doubles record, 8-7 at No. 1 ... Posted eight wins against nationally ranked opponents, including straight set win against the No. 2 player in leading the Rebels to a huge 4-3 win against SMU in the season opener ... Doubles finalist and singles semifinalist at the ITA Southern Regional ... Earned an At-Large bid to the ITA National Indoor for the second year in a row ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Made the Dean's Honor Roll in the spring and the UMAA Honor Roll in the fall.
2009-10 (SOPHOMORE) Earned All-America honors in singles and doubles ... One of only nine players in the country to earn All-America honors in both singles and doubles ... Ended the year ranked No. 30 in the nation in singles and No. 10 in doubles ... Advanced to the round of 16 at the NCAA Singles Championship ... Also participated in the NCAA Doubles Championship ... Earned All-SEC first team honors for the second year in a row ... Helped the Rebels advance to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen for the eighth time ... Helped the Rebels capture the SEC Western Division Championship ... Helped the Rebels advance to the SEC Tournament semifinals for the second year in a row ... Helped the team post its best overall finish (2nd) since 1999 and its best league record (8-3) since 2000 ... Named to the first ever SEC All-Tournament Team ... Named the ITA Southern Player to Watch ... Posted a 17-15 overall record in singles ... Teamed with Karen Nijssen for a 27-11 overall doubles record, 16-6 at No. 1 ... Captured the ITA South Regional doubles title in the fall ... Singles finalist at the ITA South Regional ... Earned an at-large spot in the ITA National Indoor and advanced to the second round ... Won the consolation doubles bracket at the ITA National Indoor, knocking off two top five teams ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Made the UMAA Honor Roll in the fall.
2008-09 (FRESHMAN) Ended the year ranked No. 37 in the nation in singles and No. 12 in doubles ... Earned All-SEC first team honors while playing No. 1 singles and doubles all season ... Named to the SEC All-Freshman Team ... Qualified for the NCAA Championships in singles and doubles ... Helped lead the Rebels to their 12th NCAA appearance ... Helped the Rebels to a final national ranking of No. 21 ... Helped the Rebels defeat five top 25 teams in the SEC and advance to the SEC Tournament Semifinals ... Led the team with a 27-14 overall record ... Teamed with Karen Nijssen for a 27-9 overall doubles record ... Went 7-4 in the SEC at No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles ... Doubles semifinalist at the ITA South Regional Championships ... Made the UMAA Honor Roll.
PRIOR TO OLE MISS Ranked No. 1 in the South in 18s ... Ranked top 25 in the nation as a senior ... Ranked No. 4 in the nation in 14s and No. 6 in 16s... Finished runner-up in the nation in Girls 16s National Clay Court Championships ... Won the USTA Southern Closed 16-under Championship ... won the Mississippi State High School Championship as a seventh grader ... Won several national opens and a few level three national tournaments ... Attended the John Newcombe Tennis Academy in Texas.
PERSONAL Born April 27, 1990 ... Daughter of Ray and Karen Boxx ... Graduated from the University of Mississippi in May, 2012 with a degree in Dietetics and Nutrition ... Athlete most admired is Jerry Rice ... Favorite tennis player is Jelena Jankovic ... Enjoys cooking, shopping and reading.
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